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Residents and businesses need to contact the service providers below for water, garbage, and power.


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Garbage and recycling
collection for all residences, including 
single, multi-family,
and business establishments
in the City of Newark
is mandatory.
Services may be 
obtained by
contacting the 
City of Newark's authorized franchise contractor
Republic Services
located at 
42600 Boyce Road, 
Fremont, CA  94538
call them at 

Newark Community  Clean-Up POSTPONED

Due to COVID-19 and the Shelter-in-Place Order, the Newark Community Clean-Up originally scheduled for May 16, 2020 has been postponed until further notice.

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For gas and electricity
needs, contact

Last year the Newark City Council voted to join the East Bay Clean Energy (“EBCE”).  The EBCE is a Joint Powers Authority that consists of most cities in Alameda County.  The EBCE procures energy on behalf of Newark residents and businesses, at a rate lower than PG&E and the source of the energy is more environmentally friendly.  Newark’s transition to EBCE should occur in 2021.  For more information, please visit 

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Since 1914, the
Alameda County
Water District has
served the communities
of Fremont, Newark,
and Union City. 
Visit ACWD to
learn more.





























Union Sanitary District

Union Sanitary District
operates a 33-acre 
wastewater treatment 
facility in
Union City and provides collection, treatment and disposal services to a total population of over 356,000 in Fremont, Newark, and Union City, CA.  

The District maintains
over 830 miles of 
underground pipeline 
in its service area.
Visit USD for more information.

















Recycling Center Closures

Alternate Beverage Container Redemption Centers

Do you have aluminum cans, plastic, or glass bottles that you are trying to redeem and are experiencing difficulties find a redemption center?  We are aware that the reduction in State fees, depressed pricing of aluminum and PET plastics, and rising operating costs have caused the closure of many beverage container redemption centers.  The closure of these centers have left Tri-CED in Union City as one of the few remaining redemption centers open in the area.  This limitation is greatly impacting Tri-CED's service times with an influx of customers waiting up to 1+ hours in line and/or in lines of over 50+ vehicles.

Individuals interested in alternate locations to redeem their beverage containers may visit:  In-Store Redemption Centers for a listing of various locations.  It is strongly recommended that individuals call the locations on the list prior to arriving to ensure the store is a current, participating CRV redemption location.