The CCSD is urging all residents and business owners to minimize their water use during this critical time. Review information below for more details including Frequently Asked Questions and Glossary of Terms.
CCSD declared a Water Code 350 emergency in November 2001, which is still in effect. CCSD is not issuing any new water or wastewater connections.
CHAPTER 3. Water Shortage Emergencies [350 - 359]
(Chapter 3 added by Stats. 1953, Ch. 140.) 350.
The governing body of a distributor of a public water supply, whether publicly or privately owned and including a mutual water company, may declare a water shortage emergency condition to prevail within the area served by such distributor whenever it finds and determines that the ordinary demands and requirements of water consumers cannot be satisfied without depleting the water supply of the distributor to the extent that there would be insufficient water for human consumption, sanitation, and fire protection.
Fiscal Year 2018-2019 Invoicing
To better account for the revenue generated from the annual wait list fee, the CCSD will be sending invoices for FY 2018-2019 during the first week of July 2018. You can expect to receive them by mid-July. Please follow up with us directly if you have not received your invoice by July 31st. Payment will be due September 1, 2018.
The waiting list for new water and sewer hookups was established in 1986. The list was closed to new applications on December 31, 1990 in cooperation with the County's 1990 Growth Management Ordinance, which limited all new county wide growth to 2.3% annually. Due to concerns about Cambria's water availability, the County reduced Cambria's growth limit to 1% in 2000. The current growth rate set by the County for Cambria is 0%.
Below are the current residential, commercial and multi-family wait lists. For more information, please contact the CCSD at 805-927-6223.
The information provided below represents those properties on the CCSD wait list as of 7/27/2017:Single Family Residential Wait List by Position NumberSingle Family Residential Wait List by Parcel NumberCommercial Wait List by Position NumberMulti-Family Residential Wait List by Position Number
Intent To Serve Letters
An Intent to Serve Letter is part of the water hookup process. It states that the CCSD will provide water and sewer service to a residential or commercial building project if there is sufficient water, if fees are paid on time, and if all steps are completed satisfactorily. Intent to Serve Letters issued prior to November of 2001 will be honored by the CCSD.
If you currently have an intent to serve letter and need an extension, please complete the Intent to Serve Letter Extension Application and submit it to the CCSD Admin Office with the required $200 deposit. Applications and supporting documentation can be emailed to (redacted); however, processing can not commence until the deposit is received at our office.Intent to Serve Application
Wait list positions, Intent-to-Serve letters, connection permits, grandfathered permits, and active service can be transferred from one parcel to another eligible parcel, per Title 8 of the CCSD Code.
Grandfathered permits and active service transfers do not require that you wait for an "Intent to Serve" letter from the wait list; however, there are certain fees and requirements associated with these meters. Please consult the current schedule of fees and CCSD Code for further information.Application for Transfer of Position
Grandfather Meters and Active Service Transfers
These two types of water meters do not require that you wait for an "Intent to Serve" letter from the Waiting list. However there are certain fees and requirements associated with these meters. Please contact CCSD at 805-927-6116 with questions about water transfers or grandfathered meters.