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703 Second Street/P.O. Box 1420
San Juan Bautista, CA 95045
Office 831/623-4661*
Email: publicworks@san-juan-bautista.ca.us

Staff
Terry Bautista
Joe Guevara
Armando Ruiz

*After Hours Public Works Staff On-Call: (831) 902-0887

Note: Forms and documents available below are in PDF format which requires Adobe Acrobat Reader

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Caltran's San Benito Route 156 Improvement Project
Draft Environmental Impact Report/ Environmental Assessment
 in PDF format
Water Department:

New!
Latest Consumer Confidence Report-2013 - San Juan Bautista Water System

The City of San Juan Bautista provides water services to the community. The utility services are arranged for through City Hall.

Most recent monthly Public Water System Statistics report.

The City of San Juan Bautista is making progress in addressing the water quality issues mandated by the RWQCB. The City operates 3 wells and a 235,000 gallon reservoir. In 2002, the California Department of Health Services (DHS) issued a citation (No. 02-05-02C-010) against the City of San Juan Bautista to reduce nitrate levels. The City complied with the citation by taking Well #3 off line. The City is currently implementing a water infrastructure improvement project. Additionally, this project may include a new 1.2 million gallon reservoir and supporting water pipes for that reservoir.

Citation No. 02-05-02C-010, June, 2002
Re: Comments on Response to Citation No. 02-05-02C-10, September 30, 2002
DHS Comments on Response to Citation No. 02-05-02C-10, October 7, 2002
Re: Comments on Response to Citation No. 02-05-02C-10, November 14, 2002
Wastewater User Charge Survey Report, F.Y. 2004-2005
2005 Consumer Confidence Report, May 31, 2006

2006 Consumer Confidence Report, May 31, 2007
2006 Consumer Confidence Report Certification Form
2007 Consumer Confidence Report, May 30, 2008
2008 Consumer Confidence Report, May 29, 2009
2009 Consumer Confidence Report, June 4, 2010

2010 Consumer Confidence Report, June 6, 2011
2011 Consumer Confidence Report, June 1, 2013
2012 Consumer Confidence Report, June 1, 2013
Quarterly Progress Report, April 6, 2006
Quarterly Progress Report, June 6, 2006
2006 annual WQCB report
WQCB report, First Quarter 2007
Water Quality Emergency Notification Plan, January 2, 2007
Well 3 Nitrate Profile Data, January 16, 2007
Notice of Violation (NOV) Letter from WQCB Dated September 7, 2006
Response to NOV letter of September 7, 2006
Wastewater User Charge Survey Report, F.Y. 2004-2005
SJW SBCWD Well Flow Report, July, 2007
Summary of Spring 2007 Water and Sewer Study


Waste Water/Sewer:


The City of San Juan Bautista provides sewer services to the community. The utility services are arranged for through City Hall.

The City operates a waste water treatment plant which has sufficient capacity to handle the City's current needs and the anticipated growth in the current General Plan. The Regional Water Quality Control Board (RWQCB) issued Cease and Desist order CDO 01-106 to reduce the Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) in the effluent from the waste water treatment plant. The City is currently working on a project to address this cease and desist order.

Cease and Desist Order

Water/Sewer Project:

The City of San Juan Bautista is making progress in building a new reservoir as directed by DHS, and in addressing the water quality issues mandated by the RWQCB. The plan is that, since the water in the San Juan Valley has extremely high levels of TDS when it comes out of the ground, the best results will be achieved by treating the water before it is sent to homes. This will provide a better water product to residents and reduce the need for water softeners, a major source of additional salts (both sodium and potassium) and chlorides. By providing a better quality product to residents, there will be less of a need for water softening, and the effluent from the water treatment plant will meet all current state standards. Additionally, this project will build a new 1.2 million gallon reservoir and supporting water pipes for that reservoir.

Request for extension of Deadline Letter, June 28, 2006
San Juan Water Project Presentation Outline

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