On April 7, 2017, Governor Jerry Brown issued an executive order lifting the drought emergency for most of the state, while asking Californians to continue using water responsibly and make conservation a way of life.

Golden State Water thanks customers for their impressive conservation efforts, and encourages the entire community to continue using water wisely to help keep the state on the path to full drought recovery.

Local water-use and outdoor irrigation restrictions implemented during the drought emergency have been lifted.

Customers are reminded that state law permanently prohibits the following actions that waste potable water:

•  Hosing off sidewalks, driveways and other hardscapes.
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Washing a motor vehicle with a hose, unless the hose is fitted with a shut-off nozzle.
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Operating a fountain or decorative water feature, unless the water is part of a recirculating system.
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Watering outdoor landscapes in a manner that causes excess runoff, or within 48 hours following measurable precipitation.
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The irrigation with potable water of ornamental turf on public street medians.

Golden State Water has proudly served the community of Claremont for more than 80 years. First constructed in the early 1900s, Claremont has a mature water system. Golden State Water has remained committed to quality, investing in the system so that it can reliably serve the approximately 11,000 customers in Claremont, and portions of Montclair, Pomona, and Upland. With 11 local employees serving customers 24/7, Golden State Water is committed to Claremont.

Office Location
Claremont CSA
915 W Foothill Blvd, Suite E
Claremont, CA 91711
General Manager: Benjamin Lewis
Office Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday – Friday, excluding holidays 
 
Average Monthly Residential Water Usage in Claremont
  • An average residential customer in the Claremont CSA with a 1” meter, using 11,220 gallons (1,500 cubic feet or 15 Ccf) of water per month.
  • Effective April 20, 2017, the average water bill will be $94.52 excluding any applicable surcharges.
  • The City’s water comes from two sources.  Sixty (60) percent comes from local groundwater supplies, which Golden State Water maintains. The balance is imported from the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California (MWD) via Three Valleys Municipal Water District.  Imported water is more expensive than local groundwater as MWD rates have increased by almost 100 percent since 2006.
  • Golden State Water imports 36 percent of Claremont’s water to meet demand.

Urban Water Management Plan (UWMP)

Every five years, UWMPs are prepared for systems that supply more than 3,000 acre-feet of water per year or serve more than 3,000 connections. UWMPs are prepared to support long-term planning goals and ensure that adequate water supplies are available to meet existing and future water demands. Please click here to learn more or view the UWMP for your area.
Claremont hot spot water usageClaremont water usage graphic

 

Proactive system maintenance has always been an emphasis for Golden State Water, and we continually invest to improve our water systems by upgrading both treatment and delivery systems in all service territories.

Local News & Updates

2016-2018 General Rate Case Update For Claremont


Effective April 20, 2017, local water rates will be adjusted per the CPUC’s recent General Rate Case decision for 2016-18.

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Three Valleys Municipal Water District To Host Free Landscaping Class

Join the Three Valleys Municipal Water District to learn how to convert your lawn to a beautiful drought tolerant landscape.

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CPUC Issues Proposed Decision for 2016-18 General Rate Case

On Dec. 21, the California Public Utilities Commission issued its Proposed Decision for the 2016-18 General Rate Case.

Click here to learn more and read the full decision.