Golden State Water has proudly served the community of Culver City for more than 80 years. With approximately 9,500 customers, Culver City is one of Golden State Water’s largest Service Areas. Located in western Los Angeles County, the city is known as the “Heart of Screenland” because of the historical role it has played in television and movie making.

The Culver City System serves imported water from the Colorado River Aqueduct and the State Water Project (imported and distributed by Metropolitan Water District of Southern California).

To view Golden State Water’s 2019 holiday schedule, please click here.

As a regulated utility, Golden State Water’s rates are determined by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) through a General Rate Case (GRC) to ensure customers receive a fair rate for reliable, quality water service.

  • Effective Sept. 27, 2019, an average residential customer in the Culver City Customer Service Area would see a monthly bill increase of $0.171 per 748 gallons (1 Ccf), or approximately 2.8 percent, during the 12-month amortization period.
  • Effective June 8, 2019, an average residential customer in the Culver City Customer Service Area with a 5/8 x 3/4” meter using 9 Ccf per month would see a monthly bill increase of $3.29 from $51.17 to $54.46 compared to 2018 (excluding any applicable surcharges).
  • On May 30, 2019, Golden State Water’s GRC was approved by the State of California to set water rates for 2019, 2020 and 2021 and authorize infrastructure investments for the local system. New rates were implemented effective June 8, 2019. Learn more here. (English | Spanish)
  • On July 1, 2018, local water rates decreased by 3.94% to pass cost savings from the new lower federal corporate income tax requirement through to customers. Click here to learn more.
Golden State Water plans to invest approximately $115 million companywide for infrastructure projects in 2019, because proactive system maintenance is critical to protecting water service now and for future generations.

More than $5.1 million in infrastructure improvements are planned for 2019 in the Culver City service area.

The 2019 investments include water supply enhancements, distribution and ongoing improvements designed to replace old meters, mains and safety equipment. Click here to learn more and access a list of projects planned for 2019.

To view current and completed projects in your area, click here.

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.

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.

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

Local News & Updates

Golden State Water Donates More Than 8,000 Turkeys Through Operation Gobble

During the month of November, Golden State Water worked in partnership with elected officials and community leaders to distribute more than 8,000 turkeys throughout California.

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Golden State Water Announces New General Manager For Central District

Golden State Water Company recently announced the hiring of Dave Schickling to serve as General Manager of the utility’s Central District.

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Disaster Relief Customer Protections

Golden State Water has an Emergency Disaster Relief Program that provides protections for residential and small business customers impacted by wildfires or other natural disasters.

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Golden State Water Company Kicks Off Summer Water-Use Efficiency Campaign

Golden State Water is reminding Californians to use water responsibly this summer.

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