There are 7,098 light fixtures at Watergate. That is a lot of light bulbs, ballasts and light covers!
Common Use Area Work Order Requests
Hours: Weekdays 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Please contact Abante Plumbing at (510) 534-1636, or Gladiator Plumbing at (510) 533-6531 to get the problem resolved. After those arrangements have been made, please notify WCA Property Patrol at (510) 772-5005 so that an incident report can be filed with the WCA.
Thursday, November 27, 2014 & Friday, November 28, 2014
Wednesday, December 24, 2014 & Thursday, December 25, 2014
Watergate Community Association ("WCA"), incorporated August 6, 1979 as a non-profit mutual benefit corporation charged with the powers, duties and obligations of regulating the use and enjoyment of the Common Interest Development and, subject to the terms of the Governing Documents, provide services and collecting fees for the benefit of all Watergate residents and their guests. Full-time staff includes "in-house" management and accounting personnel, security guards, recreation specialists and attendants, building and outside custodians, grounds keepers, building maintenance engineers and painters all working together to serve the common interests of all residents.
Watergate Administration Management and Department Supervisors
If you need assistance from a specific department supervisor or office employee, please contact the office at 428-0118. We are here to make your common use facilities experience pleasant and enjoyable.
Call Abante Plumbing at (510) 534-1636, or Gladiator Plumbing at (510) 533-6531 at the first sign of a backup to get the problem resolved. After those arrangements have been made, please notify WCA Property Patrol at (510) 772-5005 so that an incident report can be filed with the WCA for management follow up.
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None of the information contained on this website is intended to constitute legal or other professional advice, and you should not rely on the information contained on the site for making legal decisions. When necessary, you should consult with an attorney for specific advice tailored to your situation. Nothing presented herein shall take precendence over an Association legal document or State Law.