|Altivo Well DWSAP Summary||
Drinking Water Source Assessment Update Summary
|2014 Community Outreach Report||
Report includes a summary of the 2014 Community Outreach Efforts by Soquel Creek Water District:
|Estimation of Deep Groundwater Recharge Using a Precipitation-Runoff Watershed Model Soquel-Aptos, California||Report|
|Revised Protective Groundwater Elevations and Outflows for Aromas Area and Updated Water Balance for Soquel-Aptos Groundwater Basin||Report|
|Modeled Outflow to Achieve Protective Water Levels||Report|
|Groundwater Levels to Protect against Seawater Intrusion and Store Freshwater Offshore Appendix A||Report|
|Groundwater Levels to Protect against Seawater Intrusion and Store Freshwater Offshore||Report|
|Groundwater Assessment of Alternative Conjunctive Use Scenarios - Technical Memorandum 2: Hydrogeologic Conceptual Model||Report|
|Soquel-Aptos Area Groundwater Management Annual Review and Report, Water Year 2013||Report|
|10-yr Financial & Water Rate Study Summary of Recommendations||Report|
|Monitoring Well Destruction, Replacement, and New Installations at Various Locations: Soquel, Aptos, and La Selva Beach, CA||Report|
|Water Conservation in Landscaping Ordinance 10-02||
Water Conservation in Landscaping Ordinance 10-02 was adopted on August 17, 2010. This ordinance follows the California Water Conservation in Landscaping Act, also known as the State Landscape Model Ordinance, which establishes certain landscape design standards that save water in new and expanding landscapes. The California Water Conservation in Landscaping Act was amended pursuant to AB 2717 (Chapter 682, Stats. 2004) and AB 1881 (Chapter 559, Stats. 2006).
|Tier 2 Single Family Residential, Multi-Family, Commercial, Industrial and Public Requirements Overview||
Overview of the Soquel Creek Water District Water Use Efficiency Requirements for Tier II Single-Family Residential, Multi-Family Residential, Commercial, Industrial & Public Development. This summary sheet provides an overview of the key requirements as derived from District Indoor & Outdoor Ordinances 13-02 and 10-02.
|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.
|Single-Family Residential Tier 1 requirements overview||
Single-Family Residential Tier 1 (parcels that are less than 10,000 square feet) are required to be built or remodeled with certain water efficiencies in mind. See this overview for details about the requirements.
|WDO New Applicant Form and offset calculations||
Calculate your development's water demand offset credit using this form.
|What's On Tap Quarterly Newsletter - July 2014||
Quarterly Newsletter mailed out to District Customers
|Income and Investment - May 2014||Report|
|Ordinance 14-01 No Water Waste Policy with votes and signed||
Water Waste Prohibition Ordinance 14-01 limits certain wasteful uses for water with the Board of Directors' votes. Also see the water waste rules page.
|Ordinance 14-01 No Water Waste Ordinance Summary||Publication|
|Ethics Training Certificates||Publication|
|Order and Decorum and Meeting Policy||Publication|
|2013 Financial Report||Report|
|2012 Financial Report||Report|