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"Our mission is to provide our customers and all future generations with reliable, safe and high quality water at an equitable price; to create and maintain outstanding customer service; to manage and protect the environmental health of the aquifers and watersheds; and, to ensure the fiscal vitality of the San Lorenzo Valley Water District." Adopted June 2, 2000.

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The San Lorenzo Valley
Water District
is inviting you to
"Meet and Greet"
the
New Board of Directors
and
New District Manager
February 4, 2015
at 5:30 – 8:00
Oak Tree Ristorante
Felton Ca.

 

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What are Your Water Interests and Concerns?

Reply by March 1, 2015
Final results will be posted here


Kids for Conservation Coloring Contest
Winners to be announced soon !!


Annexation of Lompico County Water District



RESOLUTION
DECLARING EXISTENCE OF A WATER SHORTAGE EMERGENCY



DROUGHT INFORMATION

 

 

 

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The SLV Water District Conservation Rebate Program has been suspended due to reaching the expenditure limit. Contact us with further questions.

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Established in 1941 the SLV Water District supplies water to the communities of Boulder Creek, Brookdale, Ben Lomond, Zayante, Scotts Valley, Manana Woods and Felton. Through a network of distribution lines, pump stations and reservoirs we now serve more than 7300 connections.

Beginning its journey from deep water wells or from one of our state of the art Surface Water Treatment Plants these areas receive water through a network of water lines totaling more than 150 miles. Operated with the assistance of a SCADA system (Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition) the Operations Department can monitor and control all aspects of water production, treatment and distribution from most anywhere.

 

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Located in the mountains of Northern Santa Cruz County, Boulder Creek, Ca. (location map)  (boundary map)

13060 Highway 9 flag
Boulder Creek, CA 95006
831-338-2153

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