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Mission Statement

The Water Utility Division is committed to planning, protecting, operating, and maintaining the potable water system of the city in a manner that ensures the cost-effective delivery of adequate, high-quality water resources to its customers.

Water News

Managing your water account online is now easier than ever!  Click here for information.

The toll-free telephone number for water billing questions is 855-354-7579.

Get to know your new Auto-Read Meter and its features!


Requests to Start/Stop Water Service and Billing

Please contact (855) 354-7579 for all Covina water service and billing questions.

Click here for a City of Covina Water Service application.

Payments can be dropped off at the Covina City Yard, 534 N Barrance Blvd, Covina, CA 91723.

Other Water Purveyors Servicing Covina

Not all Covina residents and businesses receive water service from the City of Covina.  There are numerous other water purveyors:

City of Azusa (626) 812-5225
Golden State Water (800) 999-4033
Suburban Water Company (626) 543-2500
Valencia Heights Water Company (626) 332-8935

Click here for a list of water purveyors in your area.

Covina Water Services at City Yard

534 N. Barranca Avenue Covina, CA 91723
Tel (626) 384-5230 FAX (626) 384-5227

Hours: Monday through Thursday from 6 am - 6 pm.  Closed Fridays.

For non-emergency service after business hours, please leave a message
at (626) 384-5230.   We will respond to you the next business day


For emergency service after close of business, please call the Covina Police Department at (626) 384-5595. The Dispatcher will contact our on-call staff to assist you.

Water Division Services

Water Conservation
Billing & Service
Rates & Regulations
Water Quality


City of Covina Fee Schedule


To find the most recent fee schedule for the City of Covina, click here.


Water Leaks PDF Print E-mail

You may be losing valuable water to leaks. Your new auto-read water meter makes it easy to determine if there is a leak in your home or business in a few steps:

1. Remove the black lid on the solar cell so that light reaches the cell.


2.  Check the leak icon.


If there is a leak, click here for information on fiixing leaks around your home.

For additional information on your new auto-read water meter, click here.

For information on your meter’s accuracy – click here