Notice of Entry of Judgment

On December 27, 2022, the Fresno County Superior Court entered judgment in favor of the City of Fresno in the consolidated class action lawsuits, Micheli, et al. v. City of Fresno, Fresno County Superior Court Case Number 16CECG02937, and Flannery, et al. v. City of Fresno, Fresno County Superior Court Case Number 17CECG01724.  For more information, please refer to […]

City of Fresno Announces New Director of Public Utilities

FRESNO, CA-   City Manager Georgeanne White announced that Brock D. Buche (BOO-key) has been named the City of Fresno’s new Director of Public Utilities (DPU), effective May 13, 2022. He replaces Michael Carbajal, who left the City in January to accept a position as the Assistant General Manager for the Consolidated Irrigation District. “His technical skills […]

Notice of Pendency of Class Action

If you own or owned residential, single-family real property within the City of Fresno’s Discolored Water Investigation Area anytime between January 1, 2016, and August 2, 2021, a class action lawsuit may affect your rights. Para una notificación en español, visite What Is This Lawsuit About? The Fresno County Superior Court approved this Notice […]

City, State Leaders Celebrate Completion of Fresno’s Largest-Ever Infrastructure Program

Mayor Lee Brand and Public Utilities Director Michael Carbajal gathered with local, and state leaders today to mark the completion of the Southeast Surface Water Treatment Facility and the major pipeline projects of the City’s Recharge Fresno program, which collectively make up the City’s largest-ever infrastructure program and enable greater water sustainability through increased use […]

Do You Have Discolored Water?

Some homes in NE Fresno are reporting discolored water coming out of 1 or more faucets. If your home has any discolored water, the City of Fresno would like you to report water discoloration issues directly using the City’s FresGo mobile app. You can start a service request instantly and get regular updates on the […]

Save Our Water Campaign

The City of Fresno actively supports the challenge for all Californian’s to achieve a 20% per capita reduction in urban water demand by 2020 and conservation measures are in place to achieve this goal. As a partner in the statewide, Save Our Water campaign, the City of Fresno actively promotes the campaign recommendations aimed at […]