To Soquel Neighborhood – December 18, 2016

A post from a local resident has been forwarded to me. The resident asked some questions about SqCWD using water transferred from Santa Cruz. I think I can clarify some of your questions, here goes: (answers in red) 1. don’t know the specific concerns about water...
Getting Ready for Water Transfers!

Getting Ready for Water Transfers!

Getting Ready for Water Transfers!   Santa Cruz and Soquel Creek Water District have signed a 5 year contract for Santa Cruz to transfer water to Soquel Creek at the rate of up to 200 million gallons during Winter and Spring.  The Soquel Creek Water District is...
The Rainy Season Arrives

The Rainy Season Arrives

Monday, November 2nd, 2:00 pm. The San Lorenzo River breaches the sandbar under its own power. A little more than an inch of rain fell Sunday night – Monday morning, and the water running off into the watershed and down into the San Lorenzo peaked at 40 cubic ft. per...
Billions Of Gallons of Water

Billions Of Gallons of Water

Billions of Gallons of Water California is in the midst of one of the worst droughts in history. Yet, Santa Cruz’s reservoir, Loch Lomond, has more water in it than last year, 720 million gallons morewater than last year. Here is the exciting part. The San Lorenzo...