On July 26, 2016, the City of Rialto relaxed water conservation requirements to reflect the latest drought conditions. The newly adopted Stage 2 Water Alert is necessary to help the City of Rialto maintain a sufficient water supply. Continue reading
SACRAMENTO – For the first time since June, California just missed Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr.’s 25 percent water conservation mandate in January, as urban water suppliers reported a cumulative savings of 24.8 percent for the eight months since mandatory conservation began.
In Rialto, we missed our target, conserving 18.9 percent over our 2013 consumption. However, this is better than the statewide average of around 17 percent.
With more than 1.1 million acre-feet of water conserved from June 2015 through January, the state is 96 percent of the way toward reaching its goal of 1.2 million acre-feet of water to be saved by the end of February, an unprecedented conservation achievement.
American Water Resources Launches Service Line Protection Programs in the City of Rialto
Voorhees, N.J. (Jan. 4, 2016) – American Water, the largest and most geographically diverse publicly traded U.S. water and wastewater utility company, announced today that American Water Resources (AWR) launched its Service Line Protection Programs to approximately 20,000 Rialto, Calif. homeowners. AWR aims to educate homeowners on their responsibilities regarding water and sewer lines while offering peace of mind protection for homeowners against potentially expensive repairs.
The Service Line Protection Programs being offered include:
• Water Line Protection Program
• Sewer Line Protection Program
• In-Home Plumbing Protection Program
These affordable programs provide customers a way to pay for repairs to water and sewer service lines not typically covered under homeowner’s insurance or standard home warranties.
“We are pleased this program offers our customers this optional protection through AWR. This program provides Rialto homeowners an opportunity to protect themselves from the inconvenience and unexpected expense of service line repairs,” said Rialto Mayor Deborah Robertson.
“Replacing these lines can cost thousands of dollars. AWR is offering an affordable and convenient solution,” said Malcolm Conner, President of American Water Resources.
American Water Resources manages the Service Line Protection Programs – establishing a local contractor network and providing bi-lingual customer service and managing all claims. Program participants will receive 24-hour customer service support and a one year warranty on all covered repairs with no forms to submit and no deductibles.
Details about these programs and how to enroll will be arriving in the mail for eligible homeowners. Information is also available online at www.AWRUSA.com/Rialto or by calling 844-765-7262.
About American Water Resources
American Water Resources is a provider of Service Line Protection Programs to homeowners in 43 states and Washington, D.C., and currently services 1.5 million contracts. American Water Resources has been providing protection programs for more than 15 years. The company holds a 97 percent Customer Satisfaction rating and an A+ Rating from the Better Business Bureau. American Water Resources also provides its Protection Programs to homeowners through municipal partnerships with the New York City Department of Environmental Protection, Orlando Utility Commission, Nashville Metro Water Services and others. American Water Resources is a subsidiary of American Water (NYSE: AWK), the largest and most geographically diverse publicly traded U.S. water and wastewater utility company. American Water Resources does business as American Water Resources Insurance Services in California and protection programs are provided by Virginia Surety Company, Inc. For more information, visit the American Water Resources website at AWRUSA.com.