CPUC Public Participation Hearings
The CPUC often holds Public Participation Hearings to hear from the public on issues before the CPUC. If you have questions about Public Participation Hearings, please contact the CPUC's Public Advisor. You can also read What to Expect at Public Participation Hearings.
See information on upcoming PPHs below. To see more CPUC events, check out our Meeting and Events Calendar.
See our public meetings on the 510 area codes..
Upcoming Public Participation Hearings
Water Rate Increase Request (A.16-07-002)
We are holding a series of public meetings to hear directly from consumers about California-American Water Company’s request for CPUC approval to increase its revenues by $34,559,200 (16.29 percent) in 2018, by $8,478,500 (3.43 percent) in 2019, and by $7,742,600 (3.03 percent) in 2020.
- Sacramento District
7, 2016, 1 p.m. AND 6 p.m.: City of Rancho Cordova Council Chambers, 2729
Prospect Park Dr., Rancho Cordova
- View the Notice
- Larkfield District
10, 2017, 6 p.m.: Mark West Elementary Campus, Multi-Purpose Room, 4600 Lavell
Rd., Santa Rosa
- Ventura County District
17, 2017, 6 p.m.: Palm Garden Hotel – Palm I, 495 North Ventu Park Rd.,
- Los Angeles County District
18, 2017, 6 p.m.: Courtyard Marriott Hotel – Salon B, 700 W. Huntington Dr.,
- Monterey County District
24, 2017, 1:30 p.m. AND 6 p.m.: Oldemeyer Center – Laguna Grande Hall, 986
Hilby Ave., Seaside
25, 2017, 6 p.m.: Chualar Union Elementary School – Board Room, 24285 Lincoln
- San Diego County District
9, 2017, 6 p.m.: City of Imperial Beach – Community Room, 825 Imperial Beach
Blvd., Imperial Beach
setting the Sacramento and Larkfield Districts Hearings
setting the Ventura, Los Angeles, Monterey, and San Diego Districts Hearings
SDG&E’s Wildfire Cost Recovery Request(A.15-09-010)
We are holding Public Participation Hearings
to hear directly from consumers about San Diego Gas & Electric’s request to
recover $379 million in costs it says are related to the Witch, Guejito, and
Rice wildfires that occurred in SDG&E’s service territory in October 2007.
The CPUC’s Public Participation Hearings will allow the public to comment on
whether SDG&E’s operation and management of its facilities prior to the
2007 Wildfires were reasonable. Prior CPUC decisions indicate that a
reasonableness standard should entail a review on the prudency of SDG&E’s
actions leading up to the fire.
Prior Public Participation Hearings