Mission Statement
The Soquel Creek Water District is a nonprofit, local government agency that provides
water resource management within its service area to deliver a safe and reliable supply
of high-quality water to meet present and future needs in an environmentally sensitive
and economically responsible way.
5180 Soquel Dr, Soquel, CA, 95073
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(831) 475-8500
Executive Director
Bruce Daniels, President
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Tax ID
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The Soquel Creek Water District serves over 49,000 customers, through 14,540 connections, in four service areas, within mid-Santa Cruz County. The district spans seven miles of shoreline and extends three miles inland into the Soquel Creek watershed in the Santa Cruz Mountains. The city of Capitola is the only incorporated area in the District. Unincorporated communities include Aptos, La Selva Beach, Opal Cliffs, Rio Del Mar, Seascape, and Soquel. The District obtains all of its water from two groundwater aquifers. The Purisima Aquifer supplies 3,600 acre feet for Capitola, Soquel, and Aptos. The Aromas Red Sands Aquifer supplies 1,800 acre feet for the communities of Seascape, Rio Del Mar, and La Selva Beach. The Board meets regularly on the first and third Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m.

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