The Woodlands Mutual Water Company


The Woodlands Mutual Water Company

Mission Statement

WMWC management and staff strive to provide our shareholders with a reliable and safe water supply at a reasonable cost, while providing the highest level of customer service.

The Woodlands Mutual Water Company (WMWC) of San Luis Obispo County is a corporation organized under the laws of California for the purpose of providing water and sewer services to property owners on approximately 957 acres situated on the Nipomo Mesa – commonly known as “The Woodlands”. WMWC was formed for the purpose of serving water to its shareholders at cost. The purpose of a mutual water company is not to make a profit, but to charge such fees and rates for the services it provides as are necessary to acquire water and to build, operate, and maintain a water and sewer system in the community.

WATER COMPANY GENERAL QUESTIONS 8am-4:30pm M-F: (805) 540-5208      
EMERGENCY 24 HOUR LINE: (805) 546-3618

News and Information

Governor Brown Directs First Ever Statewide Mandatory Water Reductions
Woodlands Mutual Water Company is responding to the
Govenors Declaration made on April 1, 2015. 
 - Drought Response Memo

System Upgrades in Process at the Townhomes
The Townhomes have been experiencing intermittent loss of water pressure for some time now. Woodlands Mutual Water Company is in the process of making adjustments to the system to resolve these conditions. Throughout the month of April, 2015, a series of projects will be implemented.  Thank you for your patience while we improve our service to our valued shareholders. 

Continued Water Conservation Efforts
Californians are no strangers to droughts and water restrictions.
Although California faces some of the most challenging water issues in the country,
the state is also a national leader in water efficiency and water conservation.

When (and if) rain comes conserving water may be the last thing that comes to  mind.
However, water conservation should be a daily, year-round habit for all of us. Here are a
few tips and ideas on how to conserve water during the fall/winter months:
- Change your sprinkler schedule - lawns and plants don't need as much water during the cooler months.
- Redirect downspouts to capture water and direct it to garden or plant areas.
- Check for leaks. Find and fix leaks now - inside and outside your home.

For more ideas on how you can save - visit our water conservation tip page.

WMWC 2013-14 Budget adoped at the Directors Meeting on Thursday, August 21, 2014

WMWC FY 2013-14 Budget - ADOPTED 


Woodlands MWC - Waste Water 2014-04

Woodlands MWC - Water 2014-04 



For more information please contact us at (805) 540-5208.

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