On November 25, 2015, in accordance with § 343.9, the Scotts Valley Water District on behalf of SVWD, SLVWD, and the County of Santa Cruz submitted to the Department State Department of Water Resources an Initial Basin Boundary Revision request for the Proposed Santa Margarita Groundwater Basin.
For notification of the proposed modification, or for additional information regarding the District’s request for basin boundary modifications, please submit a written request to the following address:
Scotts Valley Water District
Attn: SGMA Proposed Groundwater Basin Boundary Revision
2 Civic Center Drive
Scotts Valley, California 95066
Scotts Valley Water District announced today it will receive two awards from the Scotts Valley Chamber of Commerce at the annual awards dinner on November 7. As part of the Scotts Valley Community Awards 2015, the Scotts Valley Water District has been named Organization of the Year and Board of Directors Member David Hodgin has been named Man of the Year.
Our new Recycled Water Fill Station is open and we're very excited to serve Scotts Valley residents up to 250 gallons of recycled water per day for irrigating landscapes and gardens.
The fill station is located directly across from the Scotts Valley Senior Center (370 Kings Village Road). City Residents can pick up 250 gallons of recycled water per day.
Hours of Operation (Effective November 25, 2015)
Wednesday: 1:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Saturday: 8:30 a.m - 12:30 p.m.
How to Get Started
During your visit to pick up recycled water, you will need to complete and sign an application form and receive a brief one-time training on the proper use of recycled water. Once completed you will be receive an ID card and stickers for the containers that will transport and store the recycled water. Save some time and fill out the application online and print out a completed copy to bring with you on your first fill-up during the hours noted below. The attendant will provide required training and issue your ID card.
Recycled Water Use Application Form
Recycled Water Training
For more information, visit svwd.org/customer-info/recycled-water-fill-station-info