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"The Official Water Conservation Guide for Santa Cruz County" will be available in print on Friday at our District office (and at other participating agency offices) and you can read and/or...

All of our single-family residential customers receive monthly 'home water reports'. These are informational-only and are meant to provide you with the knowledge and tools needed to better...

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The Importance of Resilience

Timeliness.  Water Quality.  Reliability.  Those are the three qualities that rated highest for a supplemental water supply in several community surveys that the District conducted earlier this year.  While the first two qualities are self-explanatory, the third is a bit more complex.  We look for reliability in many things in our daily lives, from the cars and bicycles that take us from one place to another to the friends who accompany us through our lives, and they all have one thing in common: they are there f

First Ever "Official Water Conservation Guide for Santa Cruz County" - Available Now Electronically and Friday in Print

"The Official Water Conservation Guide for Santa Cruz County" will be available in print on Friday at our District office (and at other participating agency offices) and you can read and/or download the electronic version HERE.

Why El Niño is No Panacea

You might have noticed stories with predictions of a strong El Niño this winter starting to circulate in local media.  This, in turn, has sparked a lot of speculation about how this would affect our local water supplies, which have been impacted by four years of drought conditions.  The short answer here in the District and Mid-County area?  Not much.  Here’s why.