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City of Corona
Department of Water & Power

755 Public Safety Way
Corona, CA 92880

Hours:

Monday-Friday, 8 am to 5 pm

Phone

General Info: (951) 736-2234
After-hours Emergencies:
(951) 736-2234, press 1
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Current Stage: 2

The City of Corona DWP is currently in stage 2 of the Water Conservation Ordinance.
Water Restrictions
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Learn more about the drought...


 

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News & Updates

Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Collection Event - Free of Charge

This event is being hosted by the City of Corona in Partnership with Riverside County Waste Management and is open to all Riverside County Residents.

Dates: Saturday and Sunday (Oct. 18 & 19)
Time: 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Location: 400 S Vicentia Ave.

For additonal information, visit http://www.rivcowm.org/opencms/hhw/index.html#_HHW_Collection_Locations.

Electronic waste is also accepted. Consequently, this is also a good time to recycle old televisions, computer monitors, or other electronic devices. For additional information, please call the Household Hazardous Waste Collection Program at (800) 304-2226.

Special note: The HHW event will close during periods of inclement weather or if unsafe conditions exist for the public and event staff.

Splash Zone Open through October 20
Due to the heat, the Citrus Park Splash Zone will remain open through October 20.
Citrus Park is located at 1250 Santana Way, Corona. Learn more about this park...
See a list of Corona parks...

alertCAUTION: POSSIBLE SCAM ALERT
Corona DWP has received reports from customers, stating that someone in a small, unmarked white car was conducting a water test at their home. All employees of DWP will have a vehicle with a City logo on the door and a 5-digit vehicle number. All employees have a city issued badge as well, and should be able to identify themselves for you as an employee of the City. If you are ever unsure, please use caution and feel free to call us at (951) 736-2234 to verify if this is truly an employee working for the Department of Water and Power.

September Drought Update
Even though we've had some monsoon rain, it hasn't helped to aleviate the drought.
Read the latest drought news...

SlurryPavement Maintenance (Slurry) Project
The City will be rehabilitating pavement and applying slurry seal to streets in the northeast and southwest portions of Corona.This will prolong the life of existing pavement and provide for smooth driving conditions. Learn more...


 
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American Water Resources Insurance Company and Homeserve
Have you received a letter from either of these companies? Please know
that they are not affiliated with the City of Corona DWP — and you probably
don't need this type of insurance. Learn more...

See How Much Water a 20% Reduction in Water
Use Would Save

The handy infographic "What does a 20% reduction in water
use look like?" provides a good idea of just how much water you
can save by taking measures to reduce your water use. Learn more...

Learn more about the drought and how it affects the City of Corona.

Beware – Utility Scam!
Some customers have reported receiving a phone call from a company, advising them that their electricity or water services will be disconnected for non-payment. The scammer then tells the customer to purchase a prepaid debit card to pay the bill. While the Department of Water and Power may make courtesy calls, we never require you to pay in this manner. If you receive this type of phone call, hang up and call our Customer Care group at (951) 736-2321 to verify your account status. Please report these calls to the Corona Police Department at (951) 736-2334.

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California Delta Disrupted
Read about the importance of this estuary as a vital water resource for the state of California in “California’s Water Supply at Risk:  Delta Disrupted.”

Facility Tours!
Have you ever wondered about how your water is treated and delivered?
Attend one of our quarterly facility tours! Read more...

FOG - Fats, Oils and Grease
Keep your drains FOG Free! To learn more about FOG and how to
dispose of it properly, click here.

Over Your Water Budget?

Read our "10 Tips to Help You Stay Under Your Water Budget" brochure.

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