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This year, our very own Roy Sikes, was one of 14 individuals who was honored Monday, November 20, 2017 as “Community Heroes” by the Community Assessment Project, a joint venture started by the...

November 21, 2017

Contact: Melanie Mow Schumacher,  
Phone:  831-475-8501 x153
Email: melanies@...

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Roy Sikes is a 2017 Community Hero

This year, our very own Roy Sikes, was one of 14 individuals who was honored Monday, November 20, 2017 as “Community Heroes” by the Community Assessment Project, a joint venture started by the United Way of Santa Cruz County. Community Heroes are distinctive individuals whose efforts help move Santa Cruz toward the achievement of the Community Assessment improvement goals established in 2015, for achievement by 2020. These true-life heroes can be found throughout our community and are wonderful examples of making Santa Cruz County a better place to live.

Soquel Creek Water District Certified as a Green Business

November 21, 2017

Contact: Melanie Mow Schumacher,  
Phone:  831-475-8501 x153
Email: melanies@soquelcreekwater.org
 
Soquel Creek Water District Certified as a Green Business

Soquel, CA (November 21, 2017) – The Soquel Creek Water District is proud to announce that it has been officially recognized as a Certified Green Business. This highly-regarded certification was provided through the Monterey Bay Area Green Business Program.
 

Soquel Creek Water District Invites Community to Informative Open House and Unveiling of Pure Water Soquel Mobile Educational Trailer

The Soquel Creek Water District (District) is opening its doors for a special Open House event and the entire community is invited. A highlight will be the unveiling of the District’s newest addition to its public outreach program: a mobile educational trailer focusing on the Pure Water Soquel project that is currently under evaluation to address the critical overdraft and seawater intrusion issues of the District’s groundwater supply.