Santa Clara City Council Will Have Joint Meeting with Water District to Discuss Projects and Rates

By Robert Haugh

On Tuesday, the Santa Clara City Council will have a joint meeting with the Santa Clara Valley Water District Board of Directors to discuss the following items:

  • Receive Information on Drought and Water Supply Conditions, Future Planning Update, and Call for Conservation. 
  • Anderson Dam Seismic Retrofit Project Status Update 
  • Update on the Purified Water Project. Update on South San Francisco Bay Shoreline Project – Phase I 
  • Receive Information on Preliminary Groundwater and Treated Water Rates for Fiscal Year 2022 – 2023

How to watch:

  • Via Zoom: Meeting ID: 864-1174-7617
  • Santa Clara City Television (Comcast cable channel 15 or AT&T U-verse channel 99)
  • livestream on the City’s YouTube channel or Facebook page.

How to call in:

Phone: 1(669) 900-9128

How to email:



  1. What pisses me off about the drought situation is that we give the state tons of money to build and enlarge reservoirs.
    These same green weenies that cry the sky is falling (global warming) are the same ones that keep us pouring clean water into the bay to same a non-native fish and keep us from building reservoirs.
    And amid all this crap the answer is for us to save water in buckets? Time for the govt to do their freaking job.
    “But California environmental policy has prevented any new reservoirs from being built for years — no, decades — despite a huge increase in the state’s population. As I explained last year over at the Acton Institute:”

    • And don’t forget the reservoirs we have are in disrepair. Anderson has had a hole in it for 3 years and they still haven’t fixed it. We can’t even fill the reservoirs we have because of the lack of maintenance.

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