The Executive and Public Affairs Committee will meet on 07/2720 at 4:00 p.m. The meeting will be conducted exclusively in remote access format in in compliance with Executive Order N-29-20 and the Santa Cruz County Shelter-in-Place Order.
The District office reopened Monday, July 6, for those who need to conduct business that cannot be completed online or by phone.
The Scotts Valley Water District Board of Directors will meet exclusively using remote access on Thursday,July 9, 2020 at 6 p.m.
Scotts Valley Water District Orchard Run Water Treatment Plant Improvement Project Bid Results have been posted.
Students can receive high school credit for participating in the summer internship program
Thie annual Consumer Confidence Report on water quality shows that last year, as in years past, the District's water met all State and Federal primary drinking water standards. Included in the report is information about the source water quality and treated water quality. It also explains how the water is treated to ensure that is is always safe and refreshing to drink. .
The Scotts Valley Water District (SVWD) announced the District has established Stage 2 Water Supply Conditions, following a declaration by the Board of Directors that is based on data indicating a relatively dry year — Scotts Valley received about 50% of its normal rainfall.
District crews have upgraded approximately 85 percent of all water meters to new intelligent meters (i-Meters), providing the vast majority of District customers the ability easily view, understand and manage their water use through the WaterSmart customer web portal on the District website.
The district is staying on top of all COVID-19 related updates and ensuring the safety of tap water is its top priority.
WaterSmart is a free service that provides you with the tools to manage your water use and your bill.