The water system within the City of Dana Point are owned, operated and maintained by three Independent Special Districts. To see the limits of each Independent Special District, please click on Water District Boundaries Map (PDF)
For billing information, water service inquiries, or to report a water service problem, please refer to the Water District Boundaries Map (PDF) to determine which District services your property and contact them at the following:
|Call Center:||(800) 427-2200|
South Coast Water District (SCWD):
|24-Hour Emergency and Call Center:||(949) 499-4555|
Moulton Niguel Water District (MNWD):
|24-Hour Emergency and Call Center:||(949) 831-2500|
San Juan Capistrano Water District
|Business Hours (Monday-Thursday, 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.)||(949) 493-1515|
|After Hours Emergencies:||(949) 493-1171|
The sewer system within the City of Dana Point is owned, operated and maintained by the South Coast Water District (SCWD).
For billing information, inquiries, or to report a sewer problem, please visit SCWD's website or contact them at (949) 499-4555.
For inquiries regarding your electrical services, please contact San Diego Gas and Electric (SDG&E) at the following:
|24-Hour Emergency and Call Center:||(800) 611-SDGE (7343)|
|Customer Service (Billing & General Info, 24 Hrs a Day):||(800) 411-SDGE (7343)|
|SDG&E Customer Service website|
To report street light problems on Public Streets (such as burnt out, flickering, or burnt out lights), please contact San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) at (800) 411-7343. Please provide a pole number or closest address; cross street; and your name and phone number (in case they can’t locate the problem).
To report a street light problem on a Private Street or within a Homeowner’s Association, please contact your Property Management Company for repairs.
For inquiries regarding your telephone service, please contact AT&T at the following:
|24-Hour Automated Call Center:||(800) 288-2020|
|AT&T Customer Service website|
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There has been considerable interest among Dana Point residents to underground overhead utility lines, primarily to improve both aesthetics and/or views and, of course, property values. The City Council has approved a Utility Undergrounding Policy and Procedures Guide Packet to help guide you and your neighbors through this process. Our belief is that residents are better able to decide on the relative merits of undergrounding when they have all the information available to them from the beginning.
Utility Undergrounding Policy and Procedures Guide Packet (PDF)
For questions and additional information regarding the City’s Utility Undergrounding Policy and Procedures, please contact the City of Dana Point Public Works & Engineering Services Department at (949) 248-3597, or e-mail your inquiries to email@example.com
The City of Dana Point, in conjunction with the County of Orange, operates and maintains a storm drain system that includes approximately 70,000 linear feet of storm drains, 13 diversion facilities, including 4 Continuous Deflective Separation (CDS) units, and 9 urban runoff systems.
If you have any questions regarding the operations and maintenance of the City’s storm drain system, please contact Public Works & Engineering Services Department, Matt Sinacori at (949) 248-3597 or firstname.lastname@example.org.