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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.
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(OCT. 17, 2019) SCOTTS VALLEY, CA – The Scotts Valley Water District (SVWD) today announced that the District’s Board of Directors has created four new community advisory positions within the Board of Directors and its Committees.
PG&E may turn off electricty when extreme fire danger conditions are forecasted
(SEPT. 17, 2019) SCOTTS VALLEY, CA – The Scotts Valley Water District (SVWD) today announced the District has taken important steps to prepare for the possibility of Public Safety Power Shutoffs (PSPS) by PG&E this fall.
Rainfall supports the health of groundwater, the District’s sole source of drinking water
The Scotts Valley Water District (SVWD) today announced rainfall for the water year is approximately average, thanks to recent storms.
As of January 31, SVWD weather station had registered about 21 inches of rain for the season and the weekend storm pushed that total to 24 inches. The average amount for the first four months of the water year (October through January) is 23 inches.