Business, Developers & Contractors

  1. Current Environmental Review

    Anaheim Public Utilities environmental review documents.

  2. Cross Connection Control

    Cross Connection Control Program is to protect the public potable water system at the service connection by containing within the consumer’s premises any actual or potential pollution or contamination which may result from backflow through cross connections.

  3. Customer Manual

    Water System Construction & Service Resources Access contractor and developer support documents regarding the water system construction and service issues.

  4. Fire Flow Data Form

    Fire flow data form from Water Services.

  5. Participating Apartment Owners

    You are in invited to participate in a time and money-saving program available only to apartment owners with more than 4 rental units.

  6. Standard Specifications

    Standard Specifications provide uniformity in materials and installation of piping, valves, fire hydrants, service laterals and other appurtenant equipment. The Standard Specifications will also provide for construction methods and controls to be used by Contractors to construct, pressure test, chlorinate and place into service domestic water systems in the City of Anaheim.

  7. Storage Tank Cleanup

    Underground storage tank regulations require cleanup of contamination resulting from leaks. As part of its Groundwater Protection Program.

  8. Temporary Water Meter

    Temporary Construction Water Meter Application.

  9. Urban Water Management Plan

    Urban Water Management Plan was prepared in accordance with the California Urban Water Management Planning Act. This Act requires every urban water supplier providing water for municipal purposes to more than 3,000 customers or supplying more than 3,000 acre-feet of water annually to prepare and adopt, in accordance with prescribed requirements.

  10. Utilities Permit Assistant

    Cross Connection Control Program is to protect the public potable water system at the service connection by containing within the consumer’s premises any actual or potential pollution or contamination which may result from backflow through cross connections.

  11. Water Inspections

    Water Utility Inspection perform customer notification for interruption of water service by contractors and closely oversee water utility construction.

  12. Well & Boring Permits

    Well and boring permits are required for the installation, destruction or rehabilitation of all wells, probes or other vertical excavations. Wells are typically defined as any vertically drilled excavations that have a casing installed.