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Phone: (925) 625-3798
Fax: (925) 625-0814
Mail: P.O. Box 127
  Oakley, CA 94561-0127
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Board of Directors

The Board of Directors is elected at-large to four-year terms by the voters within the District. Board meetings are held on the 4th Wednesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. in the District Office at 87 Carol Lane next to Les Schwab Tire Center.

All Board meetings are open to the public, and we encourage attendance and participation by our citizens. Meeting dates are subject to change.

Please contact the District for date confirmation at (925) 625-3798.

Current Board of Directors:
Edward Garcia – President
Kenneth L. Crockett – Vice President
Howard Hobbs – Director
Enrico Cinquini – Director
John H. deFremery – Director

The Directors establish the policies by which the District is managed. The General Manager and staff operate the District following the policies set by the Board. An organization chart of the District is shown below:

organizational chart
Click here to view organization chart in PDF format.

Diablo Water District Goals:
  1. Provide public outreach on a continuing basis in order to keep our customers educated and informed about the District's activities and services.
  2. Always seek opportunities to augment the District's water supply for improved reliability and reduced costs without sacrificing water quality.
  3. Ensure that the District's water system is adequately sized, maintained and improved in order to provide water service to not only existing but future customers.
  4. In all contacts with the public, employees shall (1) strive to be accurate and (2) be courteous and professional.
  5. Play an active role in the community through the Chamber of Commerce and community events.
  6. Seek opportunities to work jointly with neighboring businesses and agencies to provide improved or lower cost services.