About SAN juan

San Juan Water District is a community services district established by a vote of the citizens in 1954, formed under Section 61000 et seq., Title 6, Division 3 of the California Government Code Water Code, Section 3000. We provide reliable, high-quality water service to both retail and wholesale customers in eastern Sacramento and southern Placer counties.

With a rich history dating back to the Gold Rush era, we have served our community for more than 150 years. Our mission, and highest priority to our customers, is to take all necessary actions to ensure the delivery of a reliable water supply of the highest quality at reasonable and equitable costs.

Mission Statement
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Our mission, and highest priority to our customers, is to take all necessary actions to ensure the delivery of a reliable water supply of the highest quality at reasonable and equitable costs. As part of accomplishing our mission, we commit to working cooperatively with others on projects of mutual public benefit to achieve the greatest possible efficiency and effectiveness. We further commit to communicate what we are doing, and why we are doing it.

We Provide and Manage Your Water
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  • Service for approximately 160,000 customers in our retail and wholesale areas
  • Treatment and delivery of more than 65,000 acre-feet of water per year through approximately 218 miles of pipeline to wholesale and retail customers
  • Retail division serves the northeast portion of Sacramento County, east Roseville and Granite Bay.
  • Wholesale customers include San Juan Water District, Citrus Heights Water DistrictFair Oaks Water DistrictOrange Vale Water Company, a portion of the City of Folsom (north of the American River) and periodically to another 171,000 customers in Sacramento Suburban Water District

Our Compliance & Qualifications
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We Comply with Water Efficiency Measures and Environmental Regulations by:

  • meeting or exceeding SDWA drinking water quality standards.
  • issuing customer water alerts that encourage water use reductions during shortages.
  • auditing all water uses within the District according to California Urban Water Conservation Council's strict requirements.
  • participating in the Water Forum Agreement to plan for our region’s water supply to 2030, while preserving the fishery, wildlife and aesthetic values of the Lower American River.

Social Media Policies
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  • This official Facebook page for San Juan Water District is here. The official Twitter handle for San Juan Water District is @SanJuanWtrDist. All other Facebook and Twitter pages claiming to be the official page for the District are not.
  • We are committed to having productive and appropriate dialogue with our followers. Name-calling, profanity, fighting words, discriminatory epithets, sexual harassment, bullying, gruesome language or the like will not be tolerated. Posts including this content will be removed without warning.
  • We reserve the right to remove content that is off topic, out of context, spam, promotional or links to third party sites.
  • All postings should come from a real person with a profile. Postings from anonymous profiles will be deleted.
  • Posts that attack an individual’s character will be removed.
  • We reserve the right to remove content posted that violates these guidelines. When contributing to dialogue we expect you to do so in a way that contributes positively.
  • Please support any claims with links to information and sources whenever possible.
  • We strive to respond to as many relevant questions and comments as possible, but reserve the right to use our judgement in selecting the messages we respond to.
  • Following another Facebook/Twitter account or including it in a post and sharing/retweeting messages do not count as endorsements.