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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.

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Finance Plan and Water Rate Study Final Report 2019

Finance Plan and Water Rate Study Final Report 2019

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Fire Hydrant and Fire Service Installation Procedures

Fire protection is required for all new and expanding buildings. Follow the procedures in this brochure to get approval for installation of a fire hydrant or fire service 3 inches or larger.

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Fire Protection Requirements Form

This form must be completed by the appropriate Fire Protection District for any new water service or change in water service and returned to the Water District.

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First Amendment to the JPA Publication pdf
Garnet Well DWSAP Summary

Drinking Water Source Assessment Update Summary

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General Submittal Form in .pdf format Form pdf
General Submittal Form in .doc format Form doc
Go Green Commercial Application

Application and information sheet for the District's Go Green program for new commercial development. Applicants to the Go Green program can decrease their Water Demand Offset Fees by agreeing to water efficient fixtures and behaviors which go beyond the minimum requirement for the District.

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Go Green Residential Application

Application and information sheet for the District's Go Green program for new residential development. Applicants to the Go Green program can decrease their Water Demand Offset Fees by agreeing to water efficient fixtures and behaviors which go beyond the minimum requirement for the District. 

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Grand Jury Report, 2004-20005 Report pdf
Grand Jury Report, 2014

Desalination and Alternatives, Water for a Thirsty County

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Graywater Rebate

Get up to $400 per household for laundry to landscape or up to $1,000 for dual plumbed systems!

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Groundwater Assessment of Alternative Conjunctive Use Scenarios - Technical Memorandum 2: Hydrogeologic Conceptual Model Report pdf
Groundwater Levels to Protect against Seawater Intrusion and Store Freshwater Offshore Report pdf
Groundwater Levels to Protect against Seawater Intrusion and Store Freshwater Offshore Appendix A Report pdf
Income and Investment - May 2014 Report pdf
Indoor Water Efficiency Checklist

For all new or expanding residential and commercial properties, your project must follow certain indoor water use requirements. Use this checklist to make sure your project meet all indoor requirements.

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Indoor Water Efficiency Ordinance 16-02

The indoor water use ordinance 16-02 sets water efficiency standards indoors for all new development, regardless of building classification. This Ordinance repeals and replaces Ordinance 13-02. This ordinance applies to development projects requiring new or expanded water service and kitchen and bathroom remodels requiring a building permit, plan check, design review, or new or expanded water service unless enforced by the local land use planning agency.

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Indoor Water Use Efficiency Ordinance 13-02

The indoor water use ordinance 13-02 (amending 10-01 on September 17, 2013) sets water efficiency standards indoors and outdoors for all new development, regardless of building classification, 1. requiring new or expanded water service. 2. Any existing development, regardless of building classification, requiring new or expanded water service. 3. All kitchen and bathroom remodels requiring a building permit, plan check, design review, or new or expanded water service, except that the provisions of this Ordinance will only apply to the fixtures normally included in the kitchen or bathroom, as the case may be, to be remodeled.

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Initial Study/Proposed Negative Declaration for Land Acquisition for a Future Employee Parking Lot/Corporation Yard Extension

Project Overview:

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.

 

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Integrated Resources Plan, 1999

Montgomery Watson, June 1999

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Integrated Resources Plan, 2006 Report pdf