Regional Cooperation Solves the Water Supply Needs in North Santa Cruz County
Santa Cruz City has abundant water, but lacks storage.
Soquel Creek has no source of water other than wells. However, Soquel Creek has billions of gallons of unused capacity for water storage in its aquifers.
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Water for Santa Cruz published a brochure in February that highlighted the water to be obtained by Water Transfers and comparing Water Transfers to “Pure Water Soquel.” The brochure received a lot of interest, and both water districts felt that the brochure overstated...read more
Below is a brochure published by Water for Santa Cruz. We have been handing it out at various events to help educate people who want to know more. The panels have been marked in order of appearance since we cannot fold an email. Please feel free to share it with your...read more
View of Pasatiempo from water tank roof. Pasatiempo Golf Course turned on the recycled water supply from Scotts Valley for the first time on Friday, October 13. Water flowed through the gate valve for the first time in 30 years, at the rate of 350 gallons per...read more