logoNCCWD-170x110Our Commitment

The North Coast County Water District has been providing water to the residents of the City of Pacifica since 1944. The commitment expressed in our slogan: "Safe Drinking Water is our Business" has been maintained for more than 60 years due to the dedication and commitment of a series of qualified directors and staff. The staff and all employees of the Water District are committed to providing prompt, efficient and courteous customer service.

Sharp Park Water Discoloration Notice-----2/12/16

Due to fire hydrant use in Sharp Park this afternoon, customers in the vicinity of Palmetto and West Sharp Park may experience cloudy or discolored water. These issues are temporary, and should be resolved by running the water faucet at the highest point of the home. Should you require any further assistance, please contact the after-hours technician at (650) 576-3788. Thank you, NCCWD Staff


Our office will be closed on February 15th in observance of President's DayDuring that time our recycled water fill station will also be closed. We will reopen on Tuesday, February 16th. Thank you - NCCWD Staff

Urban Water Management Plan Review

UPDATE OF URBAN WATER MANAGEMENT PLAN

North Coast County Water District will be reviewing and updating our Urban Water Management Plan during 2016.  The Plan was last updated in 2011.  We encourage all of our customers to participate in this review process.  We will make any proposed revisions to the Plan available for public review and will hold a public hearing later this year.  In the meantime, if you would like to learn more about the current Plan, the schedule for considering changes to it, or how to participate in the process, please contact:

Cari Lemke, General Manager
North Coast County Water District
P.O. Box 1039
Pacifica, CA 94044
(650) 355-3462
clemke@nccwd.com

Residential Recycled Water Fill Station-Now Open!

Residents interested in using recycled water for irrigation, must complete a brief training and submit a user agreement.  Click here to get started!


Rain Barrel Program-Order online today!

The NCCWD is joining forces with Rain Water Solutions and offering 50-gallon rain barrels at a discounted price of $72. Customers may order online---Read More


  • 2015 Drought News
  • DROUGHT NEWS

On June 17, 2015, the NCCWD Board of Directors adopted Ordinance 2015-57 outlining  mandatory water use restrictions.  Learn more about these restrictions and what you can do to help ensure a reliable water supply through the ongoing drought. Download PDF