Please do not use any equipment to clear mud without calling the Water District first. This is to prevent any damages to fire hydrants
and/or water meters that are covered in
;  mud or debris
La Habra Heights County Water District was established in 1976 succeeding La Habra Heights Mutual Water Company. The Mutual Company was formed in 1919. The District currently serves water to 1,983 meter connections covering 6 square miles of land. Approximately 5,560 people are served by the District’s water system. The District occupies approximately 3,904 acres which includes the vast majority of the City of La Habra Heights, small portions of the City of Whittier and unincorporated Los Angeles County in the Southern California.