SUNNYSLOPE COUNTY WATER DISTRICT
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Grand Opening! CANCELLED You are invited to come tour the new West Hills Water Treatment
Plant on Saturday, November 4th at 10am. Directions on Invitation.
We will post the rescheduled tour date when set.
In the News! Read the recent article published about the New West Hills Water Treatment
Plant Facility to Provide City with Improved Drinking Water
- August 18, 2017
Board of Directors Declare Drought and Water Supply Emergency Over and Adopt:
New Water Conservation Measures
- April 18, 2017
Board of Directors Proclaim MAY 2017 as Water Awareness Month
Proclamation - April 18, 2017
For more information on the District's Water Supplies
click here .
Water has always had an important role in San Benito County's history. The
following articles were written by Shawn Novack, Water Conservation Program
Manager for the Water Resources Association San Benito County:
History of Water in San Benito County - March 2017 (PDF)
Part I - published in BenitoLink - March 20, 2017
Part II - published in BenitoLink - March 28, 2017
Recycled Water - April 2017 (PDF)
Published in BenitoLink - April 21, 2017
Disposal of Expired Medications:
For a list of locations to safely dispose of
unwanted & expired medication,
For project updates, click on the link below:
Hollister Urban Area Water Project
A joint project with the City of Hollister, Sunnyslope County Water District,
San Benito County Water District, & the Water Resources Association.
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Sunnyslope County Water District office is open Monday to Friday from 8 AM to 5 PM.
If you are experiencing a water or sewer emergency after hours, call (831) 637-4670. You
will need to leave a message including your name, address, phone number, and the nature
of your emergency. A District representative will call you back promptly.
Sunnyslope County Water District was incorporated in December 1954 with the mission to
supply a safe and reliable water source to Hollister area residents at the lowest possible
cost and to provide adequate and dependable water flow for fire protection.
The District serves water to more than 5,800 customers and operates wastewater facilities
for more than 1,230 customers.
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