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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 developments, or commercial development which does not require an infrastructure agreement.

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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.

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Public Records Borrow Form

Use this form when borrowing public records.

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Public Records Request Form

Public Records Request Form: Use this form when requesting copies of public records.

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PWS Draft EIR

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

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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- 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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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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Recycled Water Feasibility Study Final Report

Recycled Water Feasibility Study Final Report November 2017

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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.

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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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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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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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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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Resolution No. 18-09 Declaring a Stage 3 Water Shortage Emergency

Resolution 18-09 Declaring a Stage 3 Water Shortage Emergency. This Resolution supersedes Resolution No. 17-05.

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Retrofit Disclosure Form

This form is to be used when the Seller’s property, whether residential, commercial, or industrial, is situated within: the area of the City of Capitola served by the Soquel Creek Water District. 

All existing residential, commercial, and industrial buildings that use water in showers, toilets, and urinals, shall, at the time of sale of the property, be retrofitted exclusively with low consumption plumbing fixtures. The Seller shall be responsible for complying with the requirements of this chapter and for obtaining a water conservation certificate from the Soquel Creek Water District before the sale of the property.
 

 

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Revised Protective Groundwater Elevations and Outflows for Aromas Area and Updated Water Balance for Soquel-Aptos Groundwater Basin Report pdf