Join us for four fun afternoons!
During our four-part community education series, participants will get a firsthand look at two District water facilities (groundwater well and monitoring well) as well as a two talks. Our 2017 topics will cover water supply production, water quality, water conservation, basin overdraft, seawater intrusion, and regional management efforts.
Soquel Creek Water District Open House
Thursday, July 20, 2017 • 4:30–7pm
District Headquarters - 5180 Soquel Dr., Soquel
Join us for an open house!
- Take the H2O Taste Test Challenge!
- Ribbon Cutting of New Educational Trailer (5:30pm)
- Awards for Turf Replacement Superstars (6:00pm)
Community Water Plan Station – See our groundwater model in action, learn about the groundwater basin, seawater intrusion, supplemental water supply options being evaluated, and make an edible aquifer (ice cream float)
Conservation Station – Learn about rebates offered, ways to save water, enter a free raffle to win a ultra-high efficiency toilet and learn about the rain catchment system at headquarters from the Resource Conservation District
Customer Service Station – Ask questions about your bill, sign up for e-bill, or automatic payment
Kids Activity Station (sponsored by the Coastal Watershed Council and City of Capitola) – Kids play the permeability challenge, aquifer cornhole game and pledge to save water!
Pure Water Soquel Station – Learn about Pure Water Soquel, how it fits into the Community Water Plan, and get a tour of the new Education Trailer
Social Station – Free snacks and refreshments and District staff will be available to chat and answer questions
Water Reliability Station – Learn about the importance of infrastructure, tour inside the Rosedale well building, learn how the well works and how water is cleaned
Water Quality Station – Learn how we monitor the quality of water, what we test for and see the 2016 water quality report
There will be limited parking
available at District Headquarters. Please park on adjacent streets.
October 12, 2017: Imagine a Day Without Water
For more information or questions contact:
Becca Rubin, Public Outreach Coordinator