About San Juan Water District
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. San Juan’s roots date back to the Gold Rush era with the formation in 1854 of the original entity, North Fork American River and Mining Company, later known as the North Fork Ditch Company.
Information about San Juan
- Provides drinking water supplies to approximately 150,000 residents in our retail and wholesale areas
- Treatment and delivery of more than 40,000 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 District, Fair Oaks Water District, Orange Vale Water Company, a portion of the City of Folsom (north of the American River) and periodically to another 172,000 customers in Sacramento Suburban Water District