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The Soquel Creek Water District is seeking customers to volunteer their time to participate in the water rate-setting process for 2019. 

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Invitation to Customers of Soquel Creek Water District to Participate in Water Rates Advisory Committee

The Soquel Creek Water District is seeking customers to volunteer their time to participate in the water rate-setting process for 2019. 

Soquel Creek Water District Removes Option of Treating Raw Wastewater

Soquel Creek Water District Removes Option of Treating Raw Wastewater. Pure Water Soquel Project to Focus on Obtaining Treated Water for Proposed Advanced Water Purification Facility.

WaterFlix – Have you seen these water films?

This winter – with the relentless stormy days and flu/cold season in full swing – it may be an opportune time to stretch out on the couch, grab a blanket and some popcorn, and watch a movie. How about making your next movie binge all about water? Many people are keenly aware of water-related movies such as “Chinatown” or “Cadillac Desert,” but there are many, many others to choose from. Filmmakers have often utilized the precious resource of water and its importance as a central theme in their storylines – and those stories couldn’t be more timely.