For more than 90 years, the City of Redlands has been in charge
of providing high quality drinking water to the Redlands and
More than 75,000 residents in Redlands, Mentone, parts of Crafton
Hills and San Timoteo Canyon, and a small part of San Bernardino
depend on Redlands Municipal Utilities & Engineering Department
to provide water service to their homes and businesses. By
supplying a blend of local groundwater, local surface water, and
imported water from the State Water Project, Redlands Municipal
Utilities & Engineering Department is able to meet the daily
demands of these customers.
2015 San Bernardino Valley Regional Urban Water
Each year Redlands Municipal Utilities & Engineering Department
publishes its Consumer Confidence Report to keep you, our
customer-owners, up to date about water quality issues related to
your drinking water system. Reports are published in June with
data on the previous year’s water testing results.
Chapter 3.41 of the City of Redlands Municipal Code requires water and wastewater utility rates to be reviewed bi-annually by a Utility Advisory Committee (UAC). The primary goal of the UAC is to recommend water and wastewater rates for all utility customers based upon the cost of service and are in compliance with all state and federal laws. The UAC is comprised of 7 volunteers who are current City water and wastewater utility customers representing various customer classes.