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  1. Organics Facility

    Proposed Sonoma County Organics Processing Facility -- Working Together for a Sustainable Future

    The creation of a new organics processing facility, which includes composting and anaerobic digestion, is being explored by the public agencies Zero Waste Sonoma and the City of Santa Rosa, with the private developer/operator, Renewable Sonoma. Read on...
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    Are you prepared for a power outage?

    What water customers need to know to prepare for a power outage or a public safety power shutdown. Read on...
  3. Copy of WS Workshops

    Creek Week Activities

    Join us for a week of family-fun activities highlighting Santa Rosa’s 100 miles of creeks that flow to the Russian River an then out to the Pacific Ocean. Read on...
  4. Recycled Water Newsflash

    Fee Update for Ag Recycled Water Customers

    Santa Rosa Water is working on a fair, equitable, and consistent fee structure for local farmers using recycled water for agricultural purposes. Read on...
  5. WS Workshops Newsflash

    September WaterSmart Workshop - Low Water-Use Landscape

    UPCOMING WORKSHOP: Low Water-Use Landscape Workshop - Plant Selection Register Today! Read on...
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    Water Quality Report

    The 2018 Santa Rosa Water Quality Report is NOW Available!
  7. Streets to Creeks News Flash

    Streets to Creeks Multi-County Campaign Launch

    A coalition of cities, counties, towns, and special districts that share the Russian River watershed have partnered to raise awareness about neighborhood storm drains and their connection to the vitality of our local creeks. Read on...
  8. Jennifer Burke

    City of Santa Rosa Appoints Water Department Director

    Jennifer Burke selected to oversee all Water Department operations Read on...
  9. Water Supply

    Water Supply

    Current water supply levels for Lake Sonoma and Lake Mendocino. Read on...
  10. Santa Rosa Fire Department&#39s Swift Water Rescue Team preapres to escort Water Department Staff th

    City of Santa Rosa Proclaims Existence of Local Emergency

    Laguna Wastewater Treatment Plant impacted by flooding Read on...