In light of public health recommendations regarding COVID-19, the Camrosa District office will be closed to the general public, effective March 17, 2020 until further notice. Camrosa staff, including water and wastewater operators, are all working to keep your water safe and available—as we do every day. We appreciate your patience and understanding.
All public meetings will be held remotely via teleconference. See pertinent agendas under Public Info for more information.
To pay your bill online, visit: https://www.camrosa.com/customer-service/#pay-bill
Physical payments can still be made at the drive-up lockbox at the west end of our parking lot or through the mail slot at the front door. Please do not put cash payments in either drop off option.
If you need assistance, please call us at 805-388-0226.
YOUR WATER AND THE CORONAVIRUS
The coronavirus has no impact on the quality or supply of your tap water. The Water Research Foundation has confirmed that drinking water is not a vector for COVID-19. Your tap water is available and safe, and does not transmit the virus.
While it’s always advisable to stock bottled water at home in case of emergencies that disrupt the water supply, Camrosa Water District does not expect this health outbreak to disrupt service to our customers.
Camrosa is committed to providing our customers with safe and reliable water. Our drinking water system relies on groundwater pumped from several local groundwater basins and imported water from Calleguas Municipal Water District, a wholesaler of Metropolitan Water District of Southern California.
Imported water is treated at the Joseph Jensen Treatment Plant where it undergoes ozonation, filtration, and chloramination to eliminate pathogens, including viruses like the Coronavirus (see this fact sheet from the California Department of Drinking Water for more information). Groundwater is also chloraminated and/or chlorinated and we maintain a chlorine residual in our drinking water system.
The system is frequently and routinely tested by our highly trained, State-certified water quality experts at representative points throughout the District to ensure our water meets and exceeds all state and federal drinking water standards. More information on water quality can be found in our Consumer Confidence Report.
Protecting your health through clean water is the most important thing we do.
The Coronavirus outbreak is evolving quickly, and we encourage you to stay up to date. See the links below for more information.
VC Emergency/Ventura County Public Health
California Department of Public Health
U.S. Centers for Disease Control