Water Transfer Updates

11.26.19 – Santa Cruz Regional Water Supply Update, Water for Santa Cruz County | click to read >

10.17.19 – Second year of Santa Cruz to Soquel Creek water transfers to continue, Santa Cruz Sentinel | click to read >
09.17.19 – Comments on Santa Cruz Mid-County Groundwater Basin Groundwater Sustainability Plan, Water for Santa Cruz County | click to read >

05.27.19 – Santa Cruz cannot provide water to SqCWD by Rosemary Menard, Santa Cruz Sentinel | click to read >
05.12.19 – Soquel Creek should reexamine water need by Scott McGilvray, Santa Cruz Sentinel | click to read > 

01.16.19 – Soquel water district gets earful from Live Oak residents, Santa Cruz Sentinel | click to read >

12.27.18 – Letter to the Editor: Troubling Soquel Creek Water Board action, Santa Cruz Sentinel | click to read >
12.19.18 – Environmental study, project approved for Soquel Creek water recycling, Santa Cruz Sentinel | click to read >
12.16.18 – Water district to review Pure Water Soquel impacts, Santa Cruz Sentinel | click to read >
12.10.18 – Santa Cruz and Soquel Sharing Water – Valve Opening Event video | click to watch >
12.09.18 – Soquel Creek Water District board OKs lease for well project, Santa Cruz Sentinel | click to read >
12.07.18 – Soquel Creek Water District lines up water projects, Santa Cruz Sentinel | click to read >
12.04.18 – December 3rd: The day the water transfers began, Water for Santa Cruz County | click to read >
12.03.18 – Turning on the taps, Santa Cruz Sentinel | click to read >
10.13.18 – Santa Cruz testing the waters of future supply options, Santa Cruz Sentinel | click to read >

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Santa Cruz Regional Water Supply Update

November has seen several significant developments in regional water supply solutions: 1. SqCWD received a $50 million grant and approval for $38 million in low interest loans, providing a big boost for its “Pure Water Soquel”project. 2. Santa Cruz city council...

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Santa Cruz should transfer water to SqCWD now

Santa Cruz should transfer water to SqCWD now

It is time for Santa Cruz to transfer water to Soquel Creek Water DistrictSanta Cruz again has more water than it needs.  600 million gallons more than it needs.  Loch Lomond is 95% full on September 27Toby Goddard, Administrative and Conservation director for the...

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