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East Pasadena Water Company is Bought Out by California American Water

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California American Water’s Los Angeles County District will now serve approximately 3,000 homes and businesses in the East Pasadena Water Company. The sale was recently approved by the California Public Utilities Commission, and it went through today. The East Pasadena Water Company system is in very close proximity to California American Water’s Los Angeles County operations center located in Rosemead, CA.

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Svindland said that “Our team is excited to serve East Pasadena’s Water customers and further expand our footprint in Los Angeles County. We have a long history of providing high-quality, reliable service to our customers and we look forward to playing a vital role in the lives of our new customers. We welcome East Pasadena Water Company customers and look forward to providing them the same great level of service that nearly 900,000 of our existing customers already enjoy.”


Customers in East Pasadena will get welcome packages and customer information in the mail, including new contact information, payment alternatives, and health and safety limitations imposed as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak.


Former East Pasadena Water customers will gain access to additional services such as conservation programs, MyWater, and more as a result of the sale. Customers may examine their accounts, pay bills, and read essential service alerts in many languages using MyWater, the company’s online customer service portal.


About California American Water: California American Water, a part of American Water (NYSE: AWK), serves more than 880,000 California residents with high-quality, dependable water and/or wastewater services.


About American Water: American Water is the largest and most geographically diverse publicly traded water and wastewater utility corporation in the United States, with a history reaching back to 1886. More than 7,000 devoted professionals work for the organization, which serves 15 million people in 46 states with regulated and market-based drinking water, wastewater, and other associated services. To ensure that we keep our customers’ life flowing, American Water provides safe, clean, economical, and dependable water services.