The Soquel Creek Water District is a nonprofit, local government agency that provides water resource management within its service area to deliver a safe and reliable supply of high-quality water to meet present and future needs in an environmentally sensitive and economically responsible way.
Soquel Creek Water District Calls for 20% Voluntary Water Use Reductions
Long-term Water Use Reduction Program to Take Effect in Fall, 2014
To support the statewide efforts as well as our local water shortage, the District has adopted voluntary water conservation aimed at reducing overall water use by 20% through the summer.
Beginning this Fall a mandatory, year-round Water Use Reduction Program will take effect and continue beyond the drought.
Each residential District customer will be allocated a monthly water budget based on 75 gallons per person per day. Businesses, vacation rentals and other organizations will be asked to follow best management practices for indoor and outdoor water efficiency.
Please visit our 2014 Water Cutbacks and Water Supply Outlook webpage for more information, tips on how you can save water, frequently asked questions, and media contact information.