Join Soquel Creek Water District, The Resource Conservation District of Santa Cruz County and Santa Cruz County Parks are hosting a Free Water Harvest Festival! Come to the family fun day! 

Hands-on discovery activities about water
-Costume contest (kids and adults - special prize for water-themed costumes)
- Arts, Crafts & Free Face Painting

The Senior Life Association hosted a State of the City event at Montevalle on Saturday, September 22, 2018.  Scotts Valley Water District General Manager Piret Harmon was a speaker at the event.  Click on the view button below to go to a link to view the presentation.  

If we continue to use water wisely, Scotts Valley's water supply can support our community's future, including the growth the city is currently experiencing. The District has been planning for future water needs for decades, beginning with it's first Urban Water Management Plan in 1998. The Urban Water Management Plan, which is updated every five years, evaluates water demand