Facts, Figures, and Maps

 

Service Area Aptos, La Selva Beach, Opal Cliffs, Rio Del Mar, Seascape, Soquel, and portions of the City of Capitola
Population Over  40,400 residents (as reported to State Water Resources Control Board)
Community We Serve and Support Approximately 18,000 jobs, 22 parks, and 18 schools.
Housing Units 20,924 (in 2010). Projected to be 21,192 in 2015
Service Connections Approximately 15,800
District Personnel 43.5  (FY 16/17)
FY 2016-17 Budget $16.7M
Annual Water Production 3,106 acre-feet (2015)
Sources of Supply 100 % Groundwater
Water Use by Category Approximately 80% residential (single-family and multi-family), and 20% non-residential (commercial, industrial, schools, governmental, landscape irrigation).  We  do not have any agricultural accounts.
Average Water Use per Person On average about 50 gallons per day per person
Miles of Pipe in System 166 miles
Number of  Production Groundwater Wells 15 active, 2 standby
Number of Tanks 18
Number of  Groundwater Monitoring Wells 80
   

Our Service Area

Our service area encompasses seven miles of shoreline and extends from one to three miles inland into the foothills of the Santa Cruz mountains. The city of Capitola is the only incorporated area in the District. Unincorporated communities include Aptos, La Selva Beach, Opal Cliffs, Rio Del Mar, Seascape, and Soquel.

Our District Office

Soquel Creek Water District headquarters are located at 5180 Soquel Dr. Soquel, CA

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Sub-Areas of Service

 

Groundwater Basins, Basin Management Areas and District Service Areas