Your Water is Safe
Oxnard Water is committed to providing its customers with safe, reliable, and quality water services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The City’s water supply meets all stringent state and federal drinking water requirements.
COVID-19 (Coronavirus) has no impact on the quality or supply of your tap water. Your tap water is safe and available to drink.
As a reminder: please do not flush paper towels, shop towels, or wipes down the drain or toilet. “Flushable” wipes do not disintegrate, creating serious problems in our sewer system. Rather than flushing, please dispose of these products in the trash.
Also, water standing in pipes of closed buildings needs to be flushed as part of the reopening process. Learn more here.
Water … essential to all life: past, present and future.
Let’s treat it right.
Welcome to Oxnard Water Division! Our mission is to provide safe, clean and reliable water for potable, fire protection, and recycled uses. Our water meets or exceeds regulatory requirements and is produced in a cost-effective manner to ensure the health and safety of Oxnard residents and visitors.
See how Oxnard keeps your water safe, clean and reliable.
Save money on new indoor/outdoor appliances and devices.
Read how your drinking water meets or exceeds standards.
Learn easy tips to stop wasteful leaks and save money.
Learn about efficient irrigation and water-wise gardening.
Scroll down to learn about programs like Production, Metering, and more!
The City of Oxnard Water Division offers programs to not only educate our community about water and water conservation, but provide practical tips for our water consumers to be more effective water stewards.
Our Water Conservation and Education Program provides conservation education and training as well as technical assistance to all City water customers. Activities include classes, education, monitoring and enforcement programs to promote good stewardship and the efficient use of our water resources.
Right now it pays to save! Learn more about how you can save water and money with rebates related to residential and commercial indoor products, turf removal, and irrigation efficiency.
Our Water Production and Treatment Program supplies the City’s water customers with a reliable potable water supply utilizing both imported water and groundwater treated at the Desalter. This enables our City to produce a product that is clear, clean, and meets or exceeds current Federal and State drinking water standards.
The City’s Recycled Water Program provides treatment, distribution, maintenance and regulatory oversight of the City’s new recycled water system, while the Water Metering Program provides accurate metering, leak detection and customer service to the City’s residents.
These are just a few of the ways the City of Oxnard Water Division is working in our community! We invite you to dive in and learn more!
For more information on the Virtual Landscaping Classes, call (805) 385-8154 or email email@example.com
Para obtener más información sobre las Clases de Jardinería Virtual, llame al (805) 385-8154 o envíe un correo electrónico a firstname.lastname@example.org
This virtual workshop will teach homeowners how to determine if there is a leak on their property and how to isolate that leak. Participants will learn how to fix the most common indoor and outdoor household leaks, along with understanding how to conserve water with new technologies.
Register here: http://events.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=hjltih5ab&oeidk=a07ehj6ysgf52b6bd76
Aprenda a determinar si hay una fuga en su propiedad, cómo encontrar esa fuga y cómo reparar algunas de las fugas domésticas interiores y exteriores más comunes.
Registrese aqui: https://forms.gle/aaHqaohxV9PRiRtS9
Report water waste and leaks
Report an Incident (24/7)
Call immediately if you find:
- Discolored water
- Meter leak
- Main break
- Damaged hydrant
- Pressure problems
Water Service Center
Phone (805) 385-8136
Fax (805) 385-8137
(non-emergency issues during business hours)
Monday – Thursday 7:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Alternate Fridays 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Last updated January 1, 2020