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Welcome to the Amador Water Agency
The Amador Water Agency serves approximately 10,000 customers in Amador County today and is the primary provider of drinking water. In addition to residents and businesses in unincorporated areas, the Agency sells water to the cities of Ione, Jackson, Plymouth, Sutter Creek, Amador City and several special districts.


AWA’s new financial software offers customers a new and improved, interactive On-Line billing and Payment service.   You have the option of making a onetime payment, setting up recurring payments and more! 

Please Note:   The software conversion has assigned you a new AWA  account number located in the right hand corner of your bill.   If you generate a payment on-line by any method to pay your bills, you will need to provide your bank with the new water and/or wastewater account number(s).
Click on the image above to go to the on-line payment center.

If you need assistance please call AWA Customer Service desk at 209-223-3018.


Facts About Amador Water Agency Finances

  • AWA Directors recently approved a temporary charge to ensure financial stability during the current drought only until Governor Brown removes the conservation order.  more...
  • Next year’s AWA budget is the lowest it has been since 2011.  more…
  • For the 2014/15 year, salaries and benefits were lower than they were 5 years ago.  more…
  • Most current AWA construction projects are funded by state & federal grants that do not have to be paid back. more…
  • AWA Director pay has not changed since 1990.  more…
  • Drought Assistance to Jackson Valley Irrigation District was a benefit to AWA ratepayersmore…
  • Rate studies are necessary to insure fair and legal rates. more…
  • Gravity Supply Line construction delays will be resolved. more…
  • Piping the Amador Canal will save half a billion gallons of water each year.
  • AWA customers do not pay a higher service charge than water trucking companies. more…
  • AWA ratepayers are not subsidizing infrastructure for development. more...


Save Money, Save Water with Rebates
for Turf and Old Toilets:

The state is offering two new rebate programs to help Californians replace inefficient toilets and tear out water-guzzling lawns, further conserving water during the state’s historic drought. To apply for a $100 consumer rebate to replace one old toilet per household and up to $2 per square foot for lawn replacement, visit www.SaveOurWaterRebates.com

AWA customers have responded to the governor’s call for water conservation with a whopping 33% reduction in their water use this August (compared to August, 2013). 

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Mission Statement

To enhance the quality of life in Amador County by providing safe, reliable water, waste-water, conservation and reclamation services. We will accomplish this as a professional team dedicated to public transparency, community partnerships and excellent customer service.

Press Releases
Multiple Butte Fire Updates
Overnight Repair of Ione Water Main Affects 11 Homes.
Improved Fire Protection for Ione's Evelyn Bishop Hall
Construction Starts on Cost-Saving AWA Hydroelectric Project
Amador County Water supply at historic low levels
AWA declares Stage 2 water warning
JVID thanks AWA for drought assistance
State funds for water conservation project sace Amador Water customers millions
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Where does your water come from map of AWA service areas.

Amador Water Agency
12800 Ridge Road
Sutter Creek, CA 95685
FAX 209-257-5281
Hrs: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Monday - Friday
Closed Weekends & Holidays
24 Hr. Emergency Phone

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