San Jose Water
San Jose Water

SJW Corp ("SJW") is a water utility processed, distribution, wholesale and retail company that is based in San Jose, California. It served 228,000 connections that serves over 1 million residents in regions of California, and approximately 11,000 connections, which offer water to about 36,000 people in Texas. Wikipedia

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SJW Corp ("SJW") is a water utility processed, distribution, wholesale and retail company that is based in San Jose, California. It served 228,000 connections that serves over 1 million residents in regions of California, and approximately 11,000 connections, which offer water to about 36,000 people in Texas. Wikipedia

  • Our office is closed today for the New Year. Contact us 24/7 for water emergency services at 1-408-279-7900 and to make a payment with your checking account at 1-855-771-7900. Happy 2018!
  • Our office is closed 12/25 and 12/26 for Christmas. Contact us 24/7 for water emergency services at 1-408-279-7900 and to make a payment with your checking account at 1-855-771-7900. #callanytime #merrychristmas
  • Flying for the holidays? Humidity levels on a plane are 10-20% drier than the Sahara! To reduce risk of dehydration make sure to try these tips: http://sjwc.us/Rzv030hj3TT
  • The Death Star would have used an estimated 94,343,440 gallons of water per day based on the number of crews, gunners, troops and ship support staff who lived there.

Our office is closed today for the New Year. Contact us 24/7 for water emergency services at 1-408-279-7900 and to make a payment with your checking account at 1-855-771-7900. Happy 2018!

Our office is closed 12/25 and 12/26 for Christmas. Contact us 24/7 for water emergency services at 1-408-279-7900 and to make a payment with your checking account at 1-855-771-7900. #callanytime #merrychristmas

Flying for the holidays? Humidity levels on a plane are 10-20% drier than the Sahara! To reduce risk of dehydration make sure to try these tips: http://sjwc.us/Rzv030hj3TT

The Death Star would have used an estimated 94,343,440 gallons of water per day based on the number of crews, gunners, troops and ship support staff who lived there.

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