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Proposition 218 Notice Amendment

Propostion 218 Notice Amendment
This amendment clarifies the Bi-Monthly Potable Water Rates for Residential Tiered Rates in the original Proposition 218 notice.  All other rate information remains the same.  
Click here to view the Prop 218 Notice Amendment as pdf file
Click here to view Presentation Boards on the Water Rate Study and proposed rate increases.

Scotts Valley Water District is proposing a rate increase and changes to rate structures. The Scotts Valley Water District Board of Directors will hold a Public Hearing at 6:00 p.m. on Monday, December 12, 2016. The Board of Directors will consider adoption of the proposed water rates, fees and charges, and changes to the water rate structure affecting all water cusotmers.  Interested personson  are encouraged to attend and comment on the issues be discussed.  The meeting will be held in the Santa Margarita Community Room located downstiars at 2 Civic Center Drive, Scotts Valley, California.  If adopted the rates would go into effect on December 13, 2016 instead of  December 9, 2016 as stated in the original Proposition 218 notice.

Proposition 218 Notice - Proposed Water Rate & Fee Increases and Changes to Rate Structures

Proposed Water Rate Increases and Changes to Rate Structures

Notice is hereby given that Board of Directors of the Scotts Valley Water District will hold a Public Hearing at 6:00 p.m. on Monday, December 12, 2016 in the Santa Margarita Community Room located downstairs 2 Civic Center Drive, Scotts Valley, CA  95066, to consider adopting inceases in the water and recycled water rates and changes to rate structures. Click here to view the entire notice as a webpage.  Click here to view the notice as a pdf file. Click here to view the amendment.

In developing its rates, Scotts Valley Water District conducted a comprehensive Water Rate Study.  Click here to view the Water Rate Study webpage.  Click Here to view the draft Water Rate Study Report.

The Water Rate Study included four tasks:1) develop a Financial Model to determine potable and recycled water revenue requirments; 2) conduct a potable and recycled water cost of service and associated tiered rate analyses; 3) conduct connection and impact fee analyses; and 4) develop a rate structure that fulfills community objectives while ensuring adequate revenue to support the utility’s cost requirements.