CMUA Members Suspending Shutoffs

Publicly owned electric utilities (POUs) and water agencies across California are suspending customer shutoffs in response to the coronavirus pandemic. On April 2, 2020, Governor Gavin Newsom issued an executive order suspending water shutoffs and requiring reconnection of residences shut off as of March 4. This is a list of CMUA members that have changed their policy and are suspending water and/or electric shutoffs. Click on the links for more information.

Combined Utilities (Electric & Water)

Anaheim Public Utilities
City of Azusa
Burbank Water and Power
City of Cerritos
City of Colton
City of Corona
Glendale Water and Power
City of Healdsburg
Imperial Irrigation District
City of Lodi
City of Lompoc
Los Angeles Department of Water and Power
Merced Irrigation District
Modesto Irrigation District
City of Needles
City of Palo Alto
Pasadena Water and Power
City of Redding / Redding Electric Utility
Riverside Public Utilities
Roseville Electric Utility / Roseville Environmental Utilities
San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC)
City of Santa Clara / Silicon Valley Power
City of Shasta Lake
Truckee Donner PUD
Turlock Irrigation District
City of Victorville
City of Ukiah
Vernon Public Utilities

Electric Utilities

Alameda Municipal Power
Banning Public Utilities Department
Lassen MUD
City of Moreno Valley
Pittsburg Power Company - Island Energy
City of Rancho Cucamonga
Trinity PUD

Water Utilities

East Bay MUD
East Valley Water District
Eastern Municipal Water District
Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District
Irvine Ranch Water District
Las Virgenes MWD
City of Long Beach Water
Marin Municipal Water District
Placer County Water Agency
City of Sacramento Department of Utilities
City of Santa Ana
Valley Center MWD
Western Municipal Water District