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Imagine a Day Without Water

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 20, 2022 is the Eighth Annual “Imagine a Day Without Water” Montecito Water District’s Message to Customers: “Supply is Reliable, We Need Your Help Reducing Demand.”   Montecito Water District prides itself on providing a reliable water supply, and rightly so—it’s been doing it successfully for more than 100 years. Today the […]

August 2022 Customer Mailing

EXTREME DROUGHT CONTINUES: NEW WATER REGULATIONS & WE NEED YOUR HELP! GOAL: REDUCE WATER USE 20% Click images to enlarge Click here to Download 2-page PDF

June 2022 Customer Mailing

WATER QUALITY MEETS OR EXCEEDS STANDARDS & FIND AND FIX A LEAK Click Images to Enlarge Click here to Download 2-page PDF

February 2022 Customer Mailing

Customer Mailing February 2022 Page 1 Customer Mailing February 2022 Page 2 DESAL DELIVERED! & “KEEP ON KEEPIN’ ON” WATER USE ON BUDGET  Click Images to Enlarge Click Here to Download 2-page PDF

Montecito Water and Sanitary Districts Team Up

Strategic Planning Committee members from Montecito Water District (MWD) and Montecito Sanitary District (MSD) held their fourth Joint Committee meeting this year, focusing on Recycled Water. The agencies have joined forces in pursuit of innovative ways to improve water supply. General Managers Nick Turner (MWD) and Bradley Rahrer (MSD) presented progress to MWD Directors Ken […]

August 2021 Customer Mailing

Goal: A 20% Reduction in Overall Water Use ; Best Practices to Reduce Water Use Click Images to Enlarge Click Here to Download PDF

Voluntary Conservation Called for as Drought Conditions Place Extra Demand on Water Supply

Yesterday the Governor called for 15% voluntary reduction in water use across California, and included Santa Barbara County in the expanded regional drought state of emergency. Montecito Water District customers reduced water consumption by a remarkable 56% during previous drought conditions.  However, use has ramped up significantly since December, 2020.  Customer demand was again reported […]