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On January 20, 2015 the District's Board voted to immediately implement some components of Conservation Plus, while the remainder of the proposed water-savings program is still being developed....

Cabrillo Extension in collaboration with the Water Conservation Coalition of Santa Cruz County is offering a series of...

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New Conservation Programs Approved by Board January 20

On January 20, 2015 the District's Board voted to immediately implement some components of Conservation Plus, while the remainder of the proposed water-savings program is still being developed. The program components which are being implemented now do not involve penalties, but will help the current conservation momentum continue. These include new programs and tools to help customers conserve, including increased rebates and District outreach efforts. Learn more about Conservation Plus here

Soquel Creek Water Partners with Cabrillo Extension to Offer Water Conservation Workshops

Cabrillo Extension in collaboration with the Water Conservation Coalition of Santa Cruz County is offering a series of workshops and classes for home and garden. These classes offer expert instruction on water-saving techniques and conservation principles to help preserve and protect our most valuable resource.  

Soquel Creek Water District Customers Achieve Water Savings, Board to Discuss Proposed Conservation Program at Nov. 18 Meeting

Soquel, California [November 17, 2014] – Throughout November the Soquel Creek Water District is thanking its customers for their unprecedented water savings in 2014. Since February the District has pumped an average of 20 percent less water from the over-drafted groundwater aquifers that are currently its only water source.