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.

Water Odor Notification 12/3/2016

Due to water blending within the Hetch Hetchy Regional Water System, customers living in northern Pacifica in the Fairmont, Westview and Manor neighborhoods, may experience a musty or earthy odor from their water. We have been advised by the SFPUC (San Francisco Public Utilities Commission) Water Quality Division that this issue is temporary, and should pass within the next day or two. This water is safe, and has been disinfected and treated to meet all requirements set forth by the California State Water Resources Control Board. 


Should you require any further assistance, please contact our after-hours technician at
(650) 576-3788.

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

News & Updates 

Water-Wise Garden Contest - Facebook Voting Underway!

Please visit our Facebook page to cast your vote for your favorite water-wise garden. Voting will end 12/9. Continue to Facebook


Residential Recycled Water Fill Station

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 and pick up at the District Office

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         
Stay Informed with the latest DROUGHT NEWS visit, 
State of California's Drought Website