Well Level Summaries & Charts
The Water Department measures well levels twice a month with all wells (production and monitoring) read at the start of each month.Historical Well Level Charts - As of 02/01/20232023 Well Reads - As of 2/1/20232022 Well Reads2021 Well Reads2020 Well Reads 2019 Well Reads2018 Well Reads
Annual Water Supply & Demand Assessment
The Annual Water Shortage Assessment (see below) projects a supply shortage for the CCSD through June 30, 2023. The average monthly reduction in demand necessary to close this gap is 12%. The table below provides projected monthly supply and demand volumes, along with the projected benefit from water shortage response actions to be implemented by CCSD staff. The table will be updated monthly to reflect actual water supply and demand volumes as they become known.2022 Annual Water Shortage AssessmentPotable Water Shortage Assessment Table - As of /2/01/2023
For more information on staff's water supply analysis, please refer to the Utilities Report included in the second Board of Directors agenda packet each month.
Diversion Summary Reports
The Water Department monitors and records gross water diversions from the CCSD's two groundwater aquifers each day. Water diversions include process water, riparian water, and water distributed to customers for consumption.2023 Monthly DIversion Data2023 Annual Diversion Data2022 Annual Diversion Data2022 Monthly Diversion Data2021 Monthly Diversion Data2020 Monthly Diversion Data2019 Monthly Diversion Data2018 Monthly Diversion Data
Annual Water Loss Audits
The CCSD is required to complete annual water loss audits which are then validated by a third-party to ensure accurate analysis of all metrics. Water loss is unavoidable in the production and distribution process, but it can be minimized to the best extent possible. Annual audits measure the CCSD's progress in implementing best practices to reduce avoidable losses.