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Residential Toilet Rebate

Application to replace a 1.6 gallon per flush (gpf) or greater toilet with a 1.0 gpf or lower model and receive up to $100.

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Application for Alternate Metering System - AMI Opt-Out

Application to opt out of receiving an Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) meter register and receive an alternate metering system.
 

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Mapping saltwater intrusion with an airborne electromagnetic method in the offshore coastal environment, Monterey Bay, California

Three-hundred and twenty line-kilometers of airborne electromagnetic (AEM) data were acquired offshore. These data spanned 20 km of coastline, extending up to 3.5 km offshore in water up to 18 m in depth. Inversion of these data resulted in resistivity models extending to depths between 50 and 200 m below sea level. The data were interpreted in conjunction with onshore monitoring well data, hydrologic and geologic reports, and electrical resistivity tomography (ERT) data to locate the freshwater/saltwater interfaces throughout the region. A resistivity-to-water-quality transform was established using well-based water quality and resistivity logging measurements. For resistivity values that could not be converted to water quality with this transform, local auxiliary information was used on a case-by-case basis to interpret the observed features. Some low resistivity anomalies were identified near the shore at depth, which were interpreted to be artifacts of the 1D assumption in the inversion scheme used for these AEM data.

We found that the acquisition of AEM data provided valuable information about water quality in the offshore extents of the aquifers, a region inaccessible to traditional monitoring methods, but one that plays an important role in the modeling, prediction, and management of saltwater intrusion.

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Resistivity imaging reveals complex pattern of saltwater intrusion along Monterey coast

Electrical Resistivity Tomography data were acquired along 40 km of the Monterey Bay coast in central California. These data resulted in electrical resistivity images to depths of approximately 280 m.b.s.l., which were used to understand the distribution of freshwater and saltwater in the subsurface, and factors controlling this distribution. The resulting resistivity sections were interpreted in conjunction with existing data sets, including well logs, seismic reflection data, geologic reports, hydrologic reports, and land use maps from the region. Interpretation of these data shows a complex pattern of saltwater intrusion resulting from geology, pumping, and recharge.

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2018 Consumer Confidence/Water Quality Report

Soquel Creek Water District is proud to report that in 2018 the District’s water met all established drinking water health standards set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) and the State Water Resources Control Board (State Water Board).

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Collection Policy 500‐004

This policy enumerates Soquel Creek Water District’s administrative actions for the collection of delinquent accounts, including notifications, fee assignments and discontinuation of service. 

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PWS Draft EIR

This Draft Environmental Impact Report assesses the potential environmental impacts of Pure Water Soquel Project proposed by the the District.

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TM-Estimating Benefits of the Pure Water Soquel Project

The Technical Memorandum presents the methods used to estimate the costs and benefits of the Pure Water Soquel Project (the Project).

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PWS- Final EIR - Responses to Comments

This document completes the Final Environmental Impact Report analysing potential environmental effects associated with the proposed Pure Water Soquel Project.

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Cost Estimate Updates for Pure Water Soquel and Community Water Plan Options related to Water Transfers

The objective of this technical memorandum (TM) is to provide updated cost estimates for Pure Water Soquel (PWS) as well as the water transfer options presented in the Community Water Plan (CWP) to the Soquel Creek Water District (District) for comparative evaluation based on the cost. 

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TWIN LAKES CHURCH PILOT RECHARGE WELL PROJECT Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program

This document comprises the Mitigation, Monitoring and Reporting Program (MMRP) for the Twin Lakes Church Pilot Recharge Well Project (Project). The mitigation measures presented in this MMRP are compiled from the measures identified in Chapter 3 of the Draft Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration (IS/MND).

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Twin Lakes Church Recharge Well Final Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration

This document includes the responses to comments document that completes the Final Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration.

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Twin Lakes Church Draft Initial Study/ Mitigated Negative Declaration

The District acting as the Lead Agency under CEQA, proposed to design and construct one groundwater recharge well at Twin Lakes Church property.

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PWS Notice of Preparation/Initial Study June 2017

Revised study for proposed advanced purified groundwater replenishment project.

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PWS_Notice of Preparation/Initial Study November 2016

The Soquel Creek Water District proposed and advanced purified groundwater replenishment project- Pure Water Soquel- to supplement natural recharge of the Santa Cruz Mid-County Groundwater Basin with Purified Water

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Technical Memo No.2 CEC Removal Through Advanced Treatment- Final

CEC Removal Through Advanced Treatment

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Technical Memo " CEC Removal Through Advanced Treatment "

CEC REMOVAL THROUGH ADVANCED TREATMENT

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Cooperative Agreement with County of Santa Cruz for Wastewater for Recycling

For evaluating the recycling of wastewater for improved resource management.

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State Water Resources Control Board revises Policy for Water Quality Control for Recycled Water

Adoption of an amendment to the Policy for Water Quality Control for Recycled Water concerning monitoring requirements for constituents of emerging concern.

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NATIONAL WATER RESEARCH INSTITUTE Final Panel Report #2

The Panel met at Capitola City Hall in Capitola, California, on September 20, 2017. At this meeting (Meeting #2), the District's Project Team provided an overview of the Project, shared information regarding other advanced water treatment facilities, and presented the results of the geochemical soil analysis and water quality monitoring study. 

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Technical Memorandum: Estimating Benefits of the Pure Water Soquel Project

The Technical Memorandum presents the methods used to estimate the costs and benefits of the Pure Water Soquel Project (the Project). Work took place in June-August, 2018 on behalf of the Soquel Creek Water District. Brent Haddad, MBA, Ph.D., is a Professor of Environmental Studies at University of California, Santa Cruz, and Bryan Pratt is a Doctoral Candidate in Economics at University of California, Santa Cruz. 

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Ordinance 19-01 - Fixing Rates, Charges and Fees

Ordinance 19-01 (superseding Ordinance 18-01 and 18-02), adopts the Proposed Service Charge for Single-Family and Multi-Family Residential and Commercial and Irrigation/Outdoor (Schedule A), Water Quantity Rates for Single-Family and Multi-Family Residential and Non-Domestic (Schedule B), Private Fire Protection Service Charges (Schedule D), Modifications and Emergency Water Quantity Rates for Single-Family and Multi-Family Residential and Non-Domestic (Schedule O), effective retroactively on March 1, 2019.

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S-3 Domestic Submittal and Shop Drawing Transmittal Form

S-3 Domestic Submittal and Shop Drawing Transmittal Form

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