On February 8, 2022 at the Regular Board Meeting, a second public hearing will be held to review the proposed Election Zone Boundaries. We encourage the public to review the District’s proposed map and comment. Click here to see the proposed electoral map “Draft Plan A”.
Coastside County Water District (“District”) customers received a written notice in the mail notifying them that the District is considering incorporating Water Shortage Contingency (WSC) Stage Rates into the District’s existing Rate and Fee Schedule.
Living in California means that Californians are faced with water shortages during drought conditions, natural disasters, or catastrophic infrastructure failures. In its current Water Shortage Contingency Plan (required by California Water Code Section 10632), Coastside County Water District (“District”) staff outlined recommended actions and procedures for managing water supply and demand during water shortages with six water shortage levels described as stages. These stages are:
On October 13, 2020, the Coastside County Water District Board of Directors adopted a two-year rate schedule (see Resolution No. 2020-04.) A 5% rate increase became effective on January 1, 2020, and a 5% increase is to become effective on January 1, 2022.
Notice of Availability and Intent to Adopt a Negative Declaration and Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration (Public Review Draft);
Water Line Replacement Under Pilarcitos Creek at Strawflower Village
Due to two consecutive dry years, the District is asking customers to voluntarily conserve water with a goal of reducing irrigation and other outdoor water use. The District’s objective is to reduce water use by 15 percent this summer and fall.