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.

Arguello Blvd.- Water Main Break 7/26/2017

Due to a water main break on Arguello Blvd., residents living on or near Arguello Blvd. may experience low water pressure or no water at all. Crews are working quickly to restore service and District management estimates the repair will be complete by approximately 12:00 p.m. on 7/26/17. 

During this time nearby residents may also notice low water pressure, brown water or air in the line. These issues are temporary, and should be resolved by running the water faucet at the highest point of the home until the water runs clear. 

Should you require any assistance after business hours, please contact our after-hours technician at (650) 576-3788. Thank you for your patience, we apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. 

Thank you, 
NCCWD Staff 
2400 Francisco Blvd., Pacifica 
(650) 355-3462 M-F 8am-5pm 


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For more information regarding the California drought, including latest news, conservation measures and rebates available, please visit our Conservation and Rebate Page Click here to get started!

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

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