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American Water Works Association (AWWA)
A non-profit, scientific and educational society dedicated to promotion of public health and welfare in the provisions of drinking water of unquestionable quality and quantity.
www.awwa.org

Association of California Water Agencies (SCWA)
This association represents many public water districts, including irrigation districts and county water districts. The president of the Forestville Water District, Bill Massey, is the chairman for the northern California coastal district.
www.acwa.com

California American Water Company
Largest privately-owned water service company in the United States (Larkfield Water Company in Sonoma County).
www.amwater.com

Local Department of Health Services
Drinking Water Field Operations Board

Santa Rosa District Office
50 D Street, Suite 200
Santa Rosa, CA 95404
Phone: 707-576-2145
Fax: 707-576-2722

California Department of Water Resources
Manages water resources of California in cooperation with other agencies.
www.water.ca.gov

California Office of Emergency Services (OES)
Responsible to the governor of the state in response to emergency situations, earthquake, fire, floods, etc. This department allocates resources in the event of any emergency.
www.oes.ca.gov

California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC)
The staff oversees privately-owned utilities, enforces rules, regulations and water rates adopted by the commission.
www.cpuc.ca.gov

California Water Service Group (NYSSE “CWT”)
Largest private water utility in California (Redwood Valley District in Guerneville).
www.calwater.com

Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Water
This federal agency develops drinking water regulations and standards for adoption of the state. Jurisdiction for enforcement is delegated to the California Department of Health Services.
www.epa.gov

North Coast Regional Water Quality
This state agency, under the California Water Resources Control Board, develops regulations to protect water quality in streams and rivers. The staff oversees point (treatment plant discharges) and non-point (septic and percolation systems) wastewater discharges. The water board delegated control of septic systems to local environmental health departments.
www.swrcb.ca.gov/rwqcb1

Sweetwater Springs Water District
County water district for Guerneville and Monte Rio.
www.sweetwatersprings.com

Town of Windsor
The Town of Windsor was incorporated in 1992. The Windsor Water District is managed and operated as a subsidiary agency.
www.ci.windsor.ca.us

Water Agencies Response Network (WARN)
An association of water systems, both public and private, which have banded together for the purpose of providing mutual aid to water utilities in case of emergencies.
www.calwarn.org

County of Sonoma Public Health
The county health department oversees the smaller water systems in the county. Most of the systems have fewer than 15 service connections.
www.sonoma-county.org/health

California Rural Water Association
This association provides assistance to small water systems. A suburb education program is available to members and operators of small water systems.
www.calruralwater.org

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Water Conservation Tips
  • Reduce irrigation by 10 to 20%.
  • Find and repair leaks now.
  • Inspect and tune up irrigation system monthly.
  • Irrigate between midnight and 6AM to reduce water loss from evaporation and wind.
  • Water landscape by hand during evening hours.
  • Use a broom, not a hose, to clean driveway, deck or patio.
  • Use a bucket and a hose with an automatic shut-off nozzle when you wash the car, or take your car to a carwash that recycles water.
  • Cover pools and hot tubs to reduce evaporation.
  • Use front-loading washing machines.
  • Run the dishwasher and washing machine with full loads only.
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