Pajaro/Sunny Mesa Community Services District
The Pajaro/Sunny Mesa Community Services District (PSMCSD) water system was formed and has been in operation since 1986. The District was created by the Monterey County Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO) with the consolidation of Pajaro Community Services District, the Sunny Mesa Water District, and Monterey County Service Area No. 73. The District is a public agency governed by a five (5) member Board of Directors that serves without compensation.
The District provides potable water services, fire flows, parks, streetlights, and sanitary sewer services to thousands of residents of North Monterey County. The District provides these sevices from the Pajaro River in the north, to Moss Landing in the west, to the Highway 101 corridor in the south. Part of PSMCSD's senior groundwater rights were granted by the U.S. District Court in San Jose, CA. It is the only public agency which provides public potable water services in the Pajaro, Elkhorn, and Prunedale areas.
The PSMCSD water system is regulated by California State Health Department Regulations and Monterey County Environmental Health Department.
Boil Water Orders for the following water systems have been lifted:
Blackie Road #18
Sand is stock-piled on San Juan Rd. between Brooklyn St. and the Pajaro Park.
Sand bags are available at the Assumption Church, and Pajaro Sunny Mesa District office, 136 San Juan Rd. during regular business hours, 8-5, Monday through Friday.
Sacos de arena serán disponibles en la iglesia De La Asunción, y en la oficina del distrito de Pajaro/Sunny Mesa CSD durante horas de oficina, 8 am a 5 pm, de lunes a viernes.
La arena esta almacenada en San Juan Road entre Brooklyn St. y el parque Pájaro
NEXT MEETING: MARCH 23
BOARD MEETINGS HELD EVERY 4TH THURSDAY
OF THE MONTH AT 5:30 PM IN THE DISTRICT OFFICE
Projects for Bid
In an effort to continue to keep the park safe and accessible for all, we need your support, please visit the Parks tab for more information and to view a short video regarding the park.
District wide water usage has decreased by 19% this quarter compared to same quarter 2013.
We thank you for your conservation efforts!
For more tips on how to conserve through summer, click the link below
Follow this link to view our Enterprise System Catalogue