|Title||Details||Author / Consultant||Report Type||Year||Extension|
|2016 Consumer Confidence - Water Quality Report||Soquel Creek Water District||District Reports, Water Quality||2017|
|2015 Consumer Confidence - Water Quality Report||Soquel Creek Water District||District Reports, Water Quality||2016|
|2014 Consumer Confidence - Water Quality Report||Soquel Creek Water District||District Reports, Water Quality||2015|
|2013 Consumer Confidence - Water Quality Report||Soquel Creek Water District||District Reports, Water Quality||2014|
|2012 Consumer Confidence - Water Quality Report||Soquel Creek Water District||District Reports, Water Quality||2013|
|2011 Consumer Confidence - Water Quality Report||Soquel Creek Water District||District Reports, Water Quality||2012|
|2010 Consumer Confidence - Water Quality Report||Soquel Creek Water District||District Reports, Water Quality||2011|
|2009 Consumer Confidence-Water Quality Report||Soquel Creek Water District||District Reports, Water Quality||2010|
|2008 Consumer Confidence-Water Quality Report||Soquel Creek Water District||District Reports, Water Quality||2009|
|2007 Consumer Confidence-Water Quality Report||Soquel Creek Water District||District Reports, Water Quality||2008|
|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]
|Brown and Caldwell||District Reports||2016|
|City of Santa Cruz Intertie Blending Analysis - Water Quality Impacts Assessment Technical Memorandum||Black & Veatch||Water Quality, Water Supply||2016|
|Public Health Goals Report, 2013-2015||Soquel Creek Water District||District Reports, Water Quality||2016|
|Final Initial Study / Mitigation Negative Declaration - Quail Run Water Storage Tank Project||
Environmental review report for proposed new water tank.
|2015 Urban Water Management Plan||
All water providers that have over 3,000 service connections or annually supply 3,000 acre-feet of water or more, must complete a new Urban Water Management Plan every five years. The plan requires that water suppliers ensure adequate supplies for their current and future customers. Supplies and demands must be assessed over a 20-year planning horizon and must consider various water shortages, including short-term water supply emergencies and drought.
|Water Systems Consulting||District Reports||2016|
|Renner Property Purchase Initial Study||
Initial Study/Proposed Negative Declaration for Land Acquisition by Soquel Creek Water District of privately owned land (County of Santa Cruz Assessor Parcel Number 030-241-20). The parcel proposed for acquisition (APN: 030-241-20) is located directly west of the Soquel Creek Water District offices at 5180 Soquel Drive. The 52,169 SF parcel fronts on the east side of Capitola Avenue, approximately 200 feet south of Soquel Drive in Soquel, CA.
|Hamilton Swift & Associates, Inc.||District Reports||2016|
|Project Memorandum - Nanoparticle Concerns||
This memorandum was drafted in response to a specific request from the Soquel Creek Water District (SqCWD) regarding nanoparticles. The SqCWD wanted to know the latest information on nanoparticles as they pertain to potable water reuse projects.
|Eva Steinle-Darling, Ph.D, and Curtis Feronti||Water Quality, Water Supply||2016|
|Groundwater Replenishment Feasibility Study||
The purpose of this Study is to determine the feasibility of developing an indirect potable reuse (IPR) project. Development of an IPR project within the Soquel Creek Water District (SqCWD) area would facilitate the restoration of the overdrafted local groundwater basin and provide protection against seawater intrusion.
|Carollo Engineers||Water Supply||2016|
|Updated Sustainable Yield Estimates and Pumping Goals||
Updated Sustainable Yield Estimates and Pumping Goals to Achieve Recovery
|Cameron Tana/HydroMetrics||Water Supply||2015|
|Sustainable Yield and Recharge Sensitivity||
Estimated Effects on Sustainable Yield and Pumping Goals of Climate Change and Updated Basin Consumptive Use Using Water Balance Approach
|Cameron Tana/HydroMetrics||Water Supply||2015|
|Cooperative Water Transfer, Groundwater Recharge, and Resource Management Pilot Project - DRAFT Initial Study and Negative Declaration||
The City of Santa Cruz has released the draft of the Notice of Intent to Adopt a Negative Declaration for the Cooperative Water Transfer, Groundwater Recharge, and Resource Management Pilot Project it plans to undertake with the District. Public comment is welcome.
|Kevin Crossley P.E., Senior Civil Engineer||Water Supply||2015|
|Backflow Prevention and Cross-Connection Control Policy and Procedures||Water Quality||2015|
|Cooperative Agreement to Evaluate Recycling of Wastewater for Improved Resource Management||Soquel Creek Water District and Santa Cruz County Sanitation||District Reports||2015|
|Initial Study/Proposed Negative Declaration for Land Acquisition for a Future Employee Parking Lot/Corporation Yard Extension||
The intended purpose of the land acquisition is to expand the Soquel Creek Water District’s parking and corporation yard capacity by eventually constructing an internally accessed parking area that will be available for employee parking, fleet vehicles and equipment storage.
The opportunity to purchase the land is underpinned by the Soquel Creek Water District Draft Master Plan Report, by Noll & Tam Architects, released in March of 2015. The report identified the District’s current needs, vision, and objectives for its existing 5180 Soquel Drive headquarters. One of the key objectives detailed within the Master Plan is the District’s need for the acquisition of an adjacent vacant lot located directly west of the existing facility.
Soquel Creek Water District is the Lead Agency for the project. The property purchase is intended to be completed after the environmental review is certified.
|Hamilton Swift & Associates, Inc.||District Reports, Community Interest||2015|
|FINAL REPORT - CONJUNCTIVE USE AND WATER TRANSFERS – PHASE II||
This report describes the results of technical, regulatory, and legal studies carried out to further define the feasibility of water transfer options between water agencies in the Santa Cruz Integrated Regional Water Management (IRWM) planning region. This work began in 2007 with Phase I of the Conjunctive Use Feasibility Study, funded by a Proposition 50 Integrated Regional Water Management (IRWM) implementation grant. Further evaluations were conducted in 2012-14 under the current effort, funded by a Proposition 84 IRWM Planning grant. This report presents the results of those evaluations, which can be utilized in the ongoing water supply planning efforts currently underway in the region.
|Santa Cruz County Environmental Health Services||Water Supply||2015|