Today is a Day One of South Coast Water District Mandatory One Day A Week Watering

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Starting today, Monday December 1 2014, South Coast Water District customers will be required to limit watering days (using potable water sprinkler systems) to no more than one day per week.

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South Coast Water District in Laguna Beach to Consider Emergency Pumping of Ocean Water

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The South Coast Water District Board of Directors will be meeting Thursday October 9 2014 in Dana Point at 6:00pm.
The meeting will be held at Dana Point City Council Chamber located at 33282 Golden Lantern.
Scheduled discussion includes:

Emergency Pumping of Ocean Water to the Groundwater Recovery Facility for Treatment.

Feasibility of Using Enhanced Treatment of Salt Creek Ozone Treatment Facility (SCOTF) Effluent as source of Potable Water or Recycled Water.

For more information please link to Agenda

Laguna Beach Smart Scape Till 2:00pm

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Laguna Beach And Dana Point Residents are encouraged to attend the Laguna Beach County Water District and South Coast Water District Smart Scape Event today. The event is ongoing until 2:00pm.
The event is located at The Laguna Beach County Water District office located at 306 3rd Street.
There are free water saving products available to Laguna Beach and Dana Point residents.
This is a family friendly free event. There is ceramic pot painting and mural painting. They are also offering great deals on plants.
Most importantly, you can become educated on water saving during this historical drought.
If you are unable to attend, please contact your local water district for water saving offers that they are currently offering their customers.

For more information, please link to laguna beach water and scouth coast water
South OC Beaches was at Sundays event. Here are some of our favorite pictures we took at the event.




San Clemente Recycled Water Expansion Ribbon Cutting Today at 10:00am


The City of San Clemente’s recycled water expansion facility project is complete and the community is invited to attend a ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday, September 18, 2014. The ceremony is scheduled for 10:00 a.m. at the City’s water treatment facility located at 380 East Avenida Pico.
This project represents one of the biggest public works projects in the City’s history. The project cost a total of $25.1 million from multiple funding sources, including $6 million in grant funding, and is intended to more than double the amount of recycled water produced at the plant. Prior to completion, the treatment plant produced up to 2.2 million gallons of recycled water per day and now the City will more than double capacity to 5 million gallons per day. The recycled water is a byproduct of raw sewage though as a result of the filtration process recycling water is produced, rendering it safe for irrigating golf courses, homeowners associations’ greenbelts, medians and City parks.
“The completion of this project could not have been timelier considering the state’s severe drought that is affecting all of us,” said Mayor Tim Brown. “We will be able to reduce San Clemente’s reliance on imported water as this will make up 8 percent of the City’s total water supply going forward”.

San Clemente City Council Meets Today At 5:00pm.: Water Shortage Agenda Item


The San Clemente City Council meets today Tuesday August 19 2014 at 5:00pm. The Council meets at 100 Avenida Presidio. The public is encouraged to attend and to provide input. The Council has a full agenda today.
There is a special presentation scheduled entitled: Water Shortage Level 1 Water Watch that will be presented by Water Conservation Analyst Andrew Kanzler. After the presentation the City of San Clemente is prepared to adopt a resolution declaring that the City of San Clemente California is declaring a Water Shortage Level 1 Water Watch.
To learn more about it and all of the other agenda items, please link to the city website at: