The District implemented Stage I of the Drought Contingency Plan July 6, 2011. In Stage 1, AMUD requests customers to voluntarily conserve water by restricting outside watering to no more than once every other day. To accomplish this, customers with addresses ending in an even number can water on days with even numbered dates, and customers with addresses ending in odd numbers can water on days with odd numbered dates.
Address: Water on:
ending with even number even numbered days
ending with odd number odd numbered days
AMUD is continuing to maintaine Stage 1 Drought Contingency Plan. AMUD has been under Stage 1 since July 6, 2011. Any change to the staus of the Drought Contingency Plan will be posted to the AMUD website.
Remember, any amount of water you save will be helpful! Thank you for your cooperation. If you have any questions or need more information please call the AMUD office.
It may be the only way to avoid severe shortages in the future. When you conserve water you also save money, save energy and help protect the environment. A single dripping faucet can waste hundreds, even thousands of gallons per year. Most leaks are easy to detect and repair.
Average Monthly Billing (AMP) is an optional utility payment arrangement offered by Acton Municipal Utility District (AMUD). AMP is designed to smooth out the “peaks and valleys” many customers’ experience in their utility bills caused by weather changes. AMP is not designed to save or cost you money; it simply averages your bill. At any given point in time, you may be temporarily ahead or temporarily behind on what you would have paid if you had not participated in AMP.
It is time to sign up now through the end of December. Smooth out those summer peak bills by averaging your bill.
Acton Municipal Utility District is proud to announce the launch of our new website. Subscribe to our site and you will receive up to the minute info on News and Alerts delivered straight to your email inbox or via text!
If you have utilized online payments or paperless billing, you are automatically a subscriber. If you are no longer an AMUD Customer you can unsubscribe from this service by going to our Web Site at www.amud.com.