San Juan Watershed Project Update

San Juan Watershed Project Update

Just like you, we’re getting excited about the San Juan Watershed Project. That’s because the project’s Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR) is set to be circulated soon. This will give residents and ratepayers the opportunity to review the potential environmental...
Project Overview Video

Project Overview Video

The San Juan Watershed will be a great source of local, reliable drought-proof water for South Orange County. The watershed under the San Juan and Trabuco creeks is a natural holding tank for the water we get in the rainy seasons, and the project will help us manage...
Brandt Selected As New Administrator

Brandt Selected As New Administrator

The San Juan Basin Authority (SJBA) Board of Directors appointed Norris Brandt, of Brandt Water Strategies, as the Authority’s new Administrator. Brandt has over 30 years of water agency leadership experience that will help him to build on the Authority’s successes,...
NOP Comments Now Available

NOP Comments Now Available

The complete list of comments received for the San Juan Watershed Project Notice of Preparation (NOP) are now available to view online. The San Juan Watershed Project held its Public Scoping Meeting on Thursday, January 12, 2017. Nearly 50 residents and stakeholders...
Project Tours Were a Success

Project Tours Were a Success

The recent rainstorms made the San Juan and Trabuco Creeks picturesque for the project tours hosted by the Santa Margarita Water District last week. Potential project beneficiaries caught a quick pedicab ride to the confluence of the two creeks, near the proposed...
Public Comments Due Feb. 2

Public Comments Due Feb. 2

The San Juan Watershed Project held its Public Scoping Meeting on Thursday, January 12, 2017. Nearly 50 residents and stakeholders were in attendance at the meeting. The project proposes a 2.8 billion-gallon local, reliable water supply for South Orange County...