Volume 11, Issue 2
In This Issue
How To Report A Leak

First, if you suspect a leak, it is important to know which part of the Redwood Drive area we serve. PureSource starts at the intertie with Soquel Creek Water District (SqCWD). This is where you see the gate and small tank on the left side of the road as you head up from town. (Just below address 1861.) At that bottom end of the system, there are some houses that are served by us and some are served by SqCWD. Both companies have piping in this area, so when in doubt, call us. Read More

Summer Gardening Tips!

When planting native plants, give them water initially, but then cut back and eventually water very infrequently, or no water at all, as too much water can actually harm your native plants. According to the USDA Plant Hardiness Chart, we are in Zone 9b. When you go to choose plants, look for ones that do well in our zone Want more tips? Read More

Third Party Notification

Would you like us to contact a family member or friend in the event that either we can’t reach you regarding a matter with your bill, or that your water service may be disconnected due to non-payment of your bill? With the consent of both you and the third party, we can set that up. Simply call or email to request a Third Party Notification Form. Once we receive the request, any late notices will be sent both to you and the person you designate.

Cross Connections & How to Avoid Them

What are cross-connections? Cross-connections are unprotected connections between a potable water system and any source or system containing unapproved water or a substance which is not safe. Examples of cross-connections include: Improperly installed irrigation systems which may allow back siphoning of stagnant, potentially bacteriologically unsafe water into the domestic piping system. Learn three more examples and how to avoid this: Read More


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