Quality drinking water for a healthy life

To All Maywood Mutual Water Co. No. 1 Shareholders

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Annual Meeting of Shareholders, originally scheduled for July 20, 2020, has been postponed indefinitely.

The Board of Directors has determined that under the current conditions relating to the COVID-19 pandemic, and pursuant to orders issued by the Los Angeles County Health Dept., it is not appropriate to have a shareholders meeting.

At such time as the conditions have changed and the current order has been relaxed or lifted, the Board of Directors will set a new date for a shareholders meeting, and written notice will be provided to all shareholders.


How to Read Your Meter

You can monitor your water usage by reading your meter.


Calendar of Events

Important Upcoming Events


Water Quality Reports

City of Maywood Quality Assessment Reports


Board Information

State of the Corporation Report Accomplishments and System Needs

Phone Report a Problem

To report a problem please call:
(323) 560-2439

A serviceman will respond to your emergency.
Remember we are available for any water related emergencies
365 days a year • 7 days a week • 24 hours a day.

Maywood Mutual Water Co. #1
is responsible for providing potable water to approximately 1,176 service connections.

70% percent of our customers are located in the city of Huntington Park and 30% is in the city of Maywood.

Service area map

Maywood Mutual Water Co. is a non-profit corporation, serving you and our community.

Any revenue generated goes back into the water company for daily expenses and for improvements, or upgrades to the water system. We all work for you, our customer. Functions: ​

  • Installation of new water services
  • Replacement of worn or broken water meters
  • Repairs to water mains and water service lines
  • Bimonthly meter reading
  • Bimonthly billing and mailing
  • Replacement of knocked down fire hydrants
  • Fire hydrant valve exercising
  • Fire hydrant flushing
  • Fire hydrant repairs
  • Street valve exercising
  • Street valve exchange
  • Add new street valves
  • Maintenance to booster and well pumps at the main plant (two sites)
  • Maintenance to chlorination pumps at the water well sites (two sites)
  • Monitor the water distribution system daily for chlorine residuals (three sites)
  • Weekly testing of possible bacteria (two sites)
  • Monitors ground water pumping and water quality data (two sites)
  • Monthly extraction and water quality data for reports to regional and state agencies
  • Ensure that the primary drinking water standards are met as required by the California’s Department of Public Health (CDPH) and The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
  • Oversee large pipeline or repair construction projects
  • Respond to any customers concerns and attend community meetings
  • Investigate any customer’s water quality concerns
  • Cleaning and maintenance of all well sites
  • Security at the water plants
  • 24 hours / 7 days a week - emergency service response
  • Ensure adequate water pressure for our community's fire protection and safety.