To inquire about repairs, operations, engineering and sanitation services, call (714) 741-5395 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Water bill payments can be made:
- Over the phone: (888) 867-2992
- Online: https://ggcity.org/water
- Pay by mail
- Drop off check or money order payment in the drop box in the front of City Hall
To inquire about your water bill, start or stop water services, call (714) 741-5078 or visit ggcity.org/finance/water-billing
Early records show that Garden Grove was host to largely agricultural pursuits, growing everything from beans to chili peppers; but there were very few trees in the community, which had been a wide, grassy plain prior to the influx of Spanish ranchers.
Through the years, the land was subdivided, a railroad depot was established; and a village with homes, a church, and a school was built. The name the early pioneers chose to call their village was Garden Grove. Though no actual trees existed in what was known as Garden Grove, the unofficial village planner and founding father, Alonzo Cook, assured the citizens that it would become a beautiful place to live.
He told them, "We'll make it appropriate by planting trees and making it beautiful."