Press Releases

US Bureau of Reclamation Grant Helps Fund Recycled Water Pilot Study

For Immediate Release

August 2, 2018

Contact: Melanie Mow Schumacher,  Special Projects-Communications Manager
Phone:  831-475-8501 x153

District Awarded Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting Award

For Immediate Release

July 11, 2018

Contact: Melanie Mow Schumacher, Associate Manager-Special Projects
Phone: 831-475-8501 x153

New, Higher Rebates to Help Your Household Use its Greywater

For Immediate Release

July 10, 2018

Contact: Shelley Flock
Phone: 831-475-8501x156

Notification of Road Work on Clubhouse Drive

The Soquel Creek Water District is notifying residents on Clubhouse Drive between St. Andrews Dr. And the lower section of the Seascape Golf Course, and lower Cuesta Drive in Aptos, that road work will occur between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. from May 29, 2018 through June 18, 2018 to finish the road surface after completing the recent water main replacement. The current schedule, which is subject to changes with weather, is as follows:

Stripe removal: May 29th - 30th

Slurry seal: June 5th - 7th

Soquel High School Receives Water-Wise Garden Grant

For Immediate Release

April 27, 2018

Contact: Vai Campbell, Communications Specialist
Phone:  831-475-8501 x142

Learning Center to Open at Soquel Creek Water District Office

For Immediate Release

March 13, 2018

Contact: Melanie Mow Schumacher,  Special Projects-Communications Manager
Phone:  831-475-8501 x153

Soquel Creek Water District Awarded State Grant of up to $2 Million

Soquel Creek Water District Awarded State Grant of up to $2 Million. Funding will help proposed Pure Water Soquel project planning and evaluation efforts.

Soquel Creek Water District Certified as a Green Business

Soquel, CA (November 21, 2017) – The Soquel Creek Water District is proud to announce that it has been officially recognized as a Certified Green Business. This highly-regarded certification was provided through the Monterey Bay Area Green Business Program.
The Green Business Program recognizes businesses and government agencies which conduct operations that strive to reduce environmental impacts and hazards to employees and the community, including conserving water and energy, preventing pollution, and reducing solid waste production. The District participated in a green business audit late last year, and was found to generally operate in a “green” way, meeting many of the Green Business requirements. After pledging to achieve Green Business Certification, the District made a number of changes in how it operates and was successful in gaining full certification.

Soquel Creek Water District Unveils Two New Videos

The District unveils two new educational/public outreach videos. These videos, along with other public outreach elements, will help community members gain a better understanding of the critical overdraft and seawater intrusion issues the local groundwater basin is facing – the area’s sole source of drinking water.