Get the latest news about Marin Water in our Customer Newsletters. Take a look at some of the work we’re doing to deliver water from Mt. Tam to your tap, and learn more about our conservation programs, including water-efficiency tips and the latest rebates and incentives to save water.
Marin Water Resources
At Marin Water, we offer a variety of resources to help you learn more about our water district, and how we deliver fresh, high-quality drinking water for more than 191,000 people in our service area. We also offer resources to help you learn more about water conservation, including our rebates and incentives to save water, and save money.
Our work and our mission includes sustainably managing our natural resources, including 22,00 acres on Mt. Tamalpais. Our Mt. Tam watershed includes a network of trails, and lakes, with volunteer and school programs to promote sustainable land management.
All of these resources are free, and available to you. Questions? Contact our Communications team at Water@MarinWater.org, or give us a call at 415.945.1438.
Marin Water takes many steps to ensure the water delivered to your tap is of the highest quality including managing our watershed lands and reservoirs, treating the water, operating and monitoring a complex distribution system, and maintaining and upgrading our facilities.
Every year, we release a Water Quality Report that provides information about our water sources, treatment process, water testing results, and more.
- Marin Water Annual Water Quality Report 2020
- Marin Water Annual Water Quality Report 2020 - Spanish
- Marin Water Annual Water Quality Report 2019
- Marin Water Annual Water Quality Report 2019 - Spanish
- Marin Water Annual Water Quality Report 2018
- Marin Water Annual Water Quality Report 2018 - Spanish
- Marin Water Annual Water Quality Report 2017
- Marin Water Annual Water Quality Report 2017 - Spanish
- Dam Safety Program
- Entitlements and Water Budgets
- Marin Water Fact Sheet
- Marin Water Historical Highlights
- PG&E Power Shutoff
- Salmon in Lagunitas Creek
- School Education Programs
- Water Waste
- Your Water
- Su Agua