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Explore Completed Water System Consolidations and Partnerships

Water Partnership Success Stories

The State of California made clean drinking water a legislative right for all residents of California in 2012 with The Human Right to Water bill (SB 200). The Water Board’s SAFER program supports water partnerships, consolidations, and regional projects in an effort to improve access to reliable, clean, and affordable water supplies. Highlighted water system partnership successes are provided below for a variety of communities and partnership types.
Visit our Water System Partnership Map for a map view that includes links to the stories below, or see our Consolidation Data page for a list of all annual consolidations.

Public Water System Consolidations

2021

Castle City Mobile Home Park

Castle City Mobile Home Park

Challenges: Failing infrastructure
County: Placer


Challenges: Arsenic County: Tehama

Los Molinos Community Service District Regional Project

Challenges: Arsenic
County: Tehama


Cobb Area County Water District

Cobb Area Regional Project

Challenges: Fire damage, failing infrastructure
County: Lake


2020

graphic depicting laboratory decision process

Beverly Grand Mutual Water

Challenges: Nitrate
County: Tulare


Ceres West Mobile Home Park

Ceres West Mobile Home Park

Challenges: Arsenic and 1,2,3-TCP MCL Drinking Water Violations
County: Stanislaus

Double L Mobile Ranch Park

Double L Mobile Ranch Park

Challenges: Uranium & 1,2,3-TCP MCL Drinking Water Violations
County: Fresno


Individual Well Owner Consolidations

regional water supply, water rights

East Porterville (2018)

Challenges: Dry or contaminated drinking wells
County: Tulare


dry wells, nitrate, uranium

Daleville Private Homes (2019)

Challenges: Dry wells, Nitrate, Uranium
County: Fresno


nitrate, dry wells

Monson Homes Water System (2017)

Challenges: Nitrate, dry wells
County: Tulare


Joint Powers Authorities

regional water supply, water rights

Upper Russian River JPA (2018)

Challenges: Regional water supply, water rights
County: Mendocino