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2016 Consumer Confidence - Water Quality Report Report pdf
2015 Consumer Confidence - Water Quality Report Report pdf
2014 Consumer Confidence - Water Quality Report Report pdf
2013 Consumer Confidence - Water Quality Report Report pdf
2012 Consumer Confidence - Water Quality Report Report pdf
2011 Consumer Confidence - Water Quality Report Report pdf
2010 Consumer Confidence - Water Quality Report Report pdf
2009 Consumer Confidence-Water Quality Report Report pdf
2008 Consumer Confidence-Water Quality Report Report pdf
2007 Consumer Confidence-Water Quality Report Report pdf
Resolution No. 17-05 Declaring a Stage 3 Water Shortage Emergency

Resolution 17-05 Declaring a Stage 3 Water Shortage Emergency.

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Process Flow Diagram for Commercial Development

Process flow diagram which details the complete process for obtaining new water service for commercial, multifamily, institutional, and industrial developments.

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Process Flow Diagram for Residential Development

Process flow diagram which details the complete process for obtaining new water service for a Tier I or Tier II residential development.

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Enhanced Toilet Rebate Application

Get up to $300 to replace a 1.6 gallon per flush (GPF) toilet with a 0.8 GPF Ultra High Efficiency Toilet (UHET).

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Enhanced Toilet Rebate Application

Get up to $300 to replace a 1.6 gallon per flush (GPF) toilet with a 0.8 GPF Ultra High Efficiency Toilet (UHET).

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Enhanced Toilet Rebate Application

Get up to $300 to replace a 1.6 gallon per flush (GPF) toilet with a 0.8 GPF Ultra High Efficiency Toilet (UHET).

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Potential Injection Aquifer Geochemical Characterization

Injection of purified water into a groundwater aquifer can lead to geochemical reactions such as mineral dissolution, oxidation, or desorption.   The potential for oxidation or mineral dissolution to occur can be mitigated through purified water post-treatment stabilization prior to injection.  Geochemical characterization of potential aquifer soils in the injection area can provide the data needed for geochemical modeling and to design an effective water purification process. The geochemical characterization work summarized herein includes conducting soil leaching analysis under “worst-case” scenario conditions to establish a baseline if post-treatment stabilization was not carried out on the purified water. Understanding the baseline, worst-case scenario can aid in establishing and optimizing the post-treatment stabilization regime for the target groundwater aquifer. [This is a large file, 99MB]

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City of Santa Cruz Intertie Blending Analysis - Water Quality Impacts Assessment Technical Memorandum Report pdf
Public Health Goals Report, 2013-2015 Report pdf
Final Initial Study / Mitigation Negative Declaration - Quail Run Water Storage Tank Project

Environmental review report for proposed new water tank.

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Turf Replacement Rebate Application

Replace existing, irrigated lawn with drought-tolerant plants or synthetic turf. Get a rebate for 50% of materials, up to $1 per square foot.

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Turf Replacement Rebate Application

Replace existing, irrigated lawn with drought-tolerant plants or synthetic turf. Get a rebate for 50% of materials, up to $1 per square foot.

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Resolution No. 15-05 Declaring a Water Shortage Emergency and Enacting Appropriate Shortage Measures

This resolution declares a Stage 3 Water Shortage Emergency and enacts appropriate shortage measure as detailed in the Water Shortage Contingency Plan. This Resolution supersedes Resolution No. 14-21.

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Go Green Commercial Application

Application and information sheet for the District's Go Green program for new commercial development. Applicants to the Go Green program can decrease their Water Demand Offset Fees by agreeing to water efficient fixtures and behaviors which go beyond the minimum requirement for the District.

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Go Green Residential Application

Application and information sheet for the District's Go Green program for new residential development. Applicants to the Go Green program can decrease their Water Demand Offset Fees by agreeing to water efficient fixtures and behaviors which go beyond the minimum requirement for the District. 

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