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Submeter Rebate Application

An application for the submeter installation rebate offered by the District.

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Sustainable Yield and Recharge Sensitivity

Estimated Effects on Sustainable Yield and Pumping Goals of Climate Change and Updated Basin Consumptive Use Using Water Balance Approach

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T. Hopkins Well DWSAP Summary

Drinking Water Source Assessment Update Summary

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Tannery 2 Well DWSAP Summary

Drinking Water Source Assessment Update Summary

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Technical Memo " CEC Removal Through Advanced Treatment "

CEC REMOVAL THROUGH ADVANCED TREATMENT

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

CEC Removal Through Advanced Treatment

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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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Third Amendment to the JPA Publication pdf
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.

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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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Toilet Direct Installation WDO Forms and Instructions

An instruction sheet on how applicants for new water service may directly install toilets in homes in the District to fulfill one-half of their Water Demand Offset (WDO) program requirement. Attached to the Instruction sheet are examples of the three necessary forms to be handed out of completed during the retrofit process.
 

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Transfer of Responsibility to Retrofit Form

All residential, commercial and industrial buildings within the City of Capitola and the unincorporated areas receiving water from the Soquel Creek Water District are required to be retrofitted with low consumption plumbing fixtures when a property is sold. Under the law, the seller of the property is responsible for retrofitting. The responsibility for retrofitting may to be transferred from the seller to the buyer, if both parties mutually agree to do so. This form is used when the buyer agrees to perform the required plumbing fixture retrofit.

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Turf Replacement Rebate Application

Replace existing, irrigated lawn with drought-tolerant plants. Get a rebate for 50% of materials, up to $1 per square foot.

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Twin Lakes Church Draft Inital Study/ Mitigated Negatve 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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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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Updated Sustainable Yield Estimates and Pumping Goals

Updated Sustainable Yield Estimates and Pumping Goals to Achieve Recovery

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Urban Water Management Plan, 2010 Report pdf
Variance Application

Request variances from certain district policies for new water service connections using this form.

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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).

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Water Efficiency Ordinance Overview - Tier 2

An overview of indoor and outdoor water efficiency ordinances, as they apply to Tier II Single-Family Residential, Multi-Family residential, Commercial, Industrial, and Public Developments.

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Water Efficiency Ordinance Review - Tier 1

An overview of indoor and outdoor water efficiency ordinances, as they apply to Tier I Single-Family Residential developments.  

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