1 edition of Water in the Santa Clara Valley found in the catalog.
Water in the Santa Clara Valley
|Series||Local history studies,, v. 27|
|Contributions||McArthur, Seonaid., De Anza College. California History Center., Santa Clara Valley Water District (Calif.)|
|LC Classifications||TC424.C2 W295 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 155 p.,  folded leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||155|
|LC Control Number||82127534|
About Purchasing. The City of Santa Clara has adopted a centralized purchasing system to provide support and facilitate procurement activity for supplies, materials, equipment, information technology and professional and non-professionals services for the City. LAND SUBSIDENCE IN THE SANTA CLARA VALLEY, CALIFORNIA, AS OF By J.F. PoLAND and R.L. IRELAND ABSTRACT From to in the San Jose area of the Santa Clara Valley, California, generally deficient rainfall and runoff was accompanied by a fourfold increase in withdrawals of ground water. In response, theCited by:
The Santa Clara River Valley is a rural, mainly agricultural, valley in Ventura County, California that has been given the moniker Heritage Valley by the namesake tourism bureau. The valley includes the communities of Santa Paula, Fillmore, Piru and the national historic landmark of Rancho for the Santa Clara River, which winds through the valley before emptying into the . Attached is the current Santa Clara Valley Water District (SCVWD) Landscape Rebate Program Qualifying Plant List. The list is based on the WUCOLS III Edition and the WUCOLS IV Edition, published by the University of California Cooperative Extension and the California Department of Water Resources, as well as input fromFile Size: KB.
Glassdoor has 65 Santa Clara Valley Water reviews submitted anonymously by Santa Clara Valley Water employees. Read employee reviews and ratings on Glassdoor to decide if Santa Clara Valley Water is right for you.4/5(33). NEW ISSUE-Book Entry Only Dated: Date of Delivery $95,, SANTA CLARA VALLEY WATER DISTRICT Water System Refunding Revenue Bonds, Series A and Taxable Series $15,, Series A $80,, Taxable Series B See "RATINGS" herein. Due: June 1, as shown on the inside cover.
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Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Water in the Santa Clara Valley. [Cupertino, Calif.]: California History Center, De Anza College, About Valley Water.
Mission, Vision, Values; Executive Management; District Act; Diversity and Inclusion Program; Santa Clara Valley Water District Calendar/ Fiscal Year Annual Report; Board of Directors.
John L. Varela, District 1; Barbara Keegan, District 2; Richard Santos, District 3; Linda J. LeZotte, District 4; Nai Hsueh, District 5. Water in Santa Clara County: Where Does Your Water Come From.
(Animated video) Groundwater: Groundwater is water that flows beneath the surface through small pores and cracks in the rock and soil. In Santa Clara County, nearly half of all water used comes from groundwater. Water services are provided to residents and businesses in the City of Santa Clara by the Water Utility.
The Water System consists of approximately miles of water mains, 26 wells and 7 storage tanks with approximately million gallons of water capacity. The mission of the Santa Clara Water and Sewer Utilities is to provide to our customers, the following: A dependable supply of safe, potable water; Environmentally-sound, wastewater collection, treatment and disposal; Recycled water, where available, for approved uses including irrigation and industrial processes.
As the primary wholesale water supplier in Santa Clara County, the Santa Clara Valley Water District is dedicated to assuring a reliable supply of healthy, clean drinking water.
In the section "How We Clean Your Water," you can learn about the treatment process and find information regarding major upgrades at our three water treatment plants. The Santa Clara Valley Urban Runoff Pollution Prevention Program (SCVURPPP) This program is a multi-jurisdictional cooperative effort among the County, the Santa Clara Valley Water District, and thirteen north county cities, all working to improve the water quality of south San Francisco Bay and the streams of Santa Clara County, by reducing.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Clark, William Otterbein, Ground water in Santa Clara valley, California. Washington, U.S. Govt. Print. The Santa Clara Valley is a long, narrow trough extending about 35 miles southeast from the southern end of San Francisco Bay where the regional alluvial-aquifer system.
The Santa Clara Valley Water District manages the procurement of goods and services with the highest level of integrity, ethics, and accountability. The district solicits services and awards contracts through a fair, open, transparent, and competitive process that also actively promotes Small and Local Business Enterprises through preference credits.
Water chemistry of the Santa Clara Valley, California. [R C Averett; P R Wood; K S Muir] Print book: National government publication: EnglishView all editions and formats: "Prepared in cooperation with the Santa Clara County Flood Control and Water District." "Ma " Description: iii, 24 pages ; 27 cm + 1 folded map in pocket.
Throughout the late s and into the s when two thirds of the Santa Clara Valley had been irrigated, water flowed freely from wells. Water-level declines of more than ft occurred in the Santa Clara Valley from the early 's to the mid 's (Fowler, ).
The valley with its scenic beauty, mild climate, and thousands of acres of blooming fruit trees was known as "The Valley of Heart's Delight". Various fruit cooperatives were formed in the area to deal with economic issues, including The California Fruit Union (founded in ) and the Santa Clara County Fruit Exchange (founded in ).
Stormwater discharges within Santa Clara County are regulated by two regional NPDES permits: San Francisco Bay Municipal Regional Permit (MRP ) Phase II NPDES Permit (Central Coast) Use this watershed map to determine which of the two regional watersheds your project is located and use the accompanying documents below.
land subsidence in the Santa Clara Valley is closely related to the changing land and water use and the importation of surface water to support the growing urban population.
San Jose and its surrounding communities sprawl across the Santa Clara Valley. The view is looking southeast from downtown San Jose. Santa Clara Valley San Francisco San.
Santa Clara County is divided into 13 main watersheds, which delineate areas of common flow (stream and creek systems) and drainage (storm drains and retention areas).
All creeks and rivers in Santa Clara County drain in two directions: north to San Francisco Bay, and south to the Pajaro River (which eventually flows to the Monterey Bay). The County of Santa Clara's Shelter-at-Home order is in effect through at least Silicon Valley Power; Water & Sewer Utilities; Santa Clara Stadium Authority.
Experience Levi's Stadium; Stadium Authority Board; books, books on tape, compact discs, CD-ROMs, engravers, large print books, magazines, video cassettes: Library. Santa Clara County was linked to the world by the railroads and agricultural success in the Santa Clara Valley was fostered by access to distant markets that the railroad made possible.
This, combined with the discovery that artesian well water underlay the whole valley, created the conditions for the sudden wealth to be found in the.Together we can move forward with Valley Water’s mission to provide safe, clean water, a healthy environment and flood protection in Santa Clara County.
Valley Water manages an integrated water resources system that includes the supply of clean, safe water, flood protection and stewardship of streams on behalf of Santa Clara County's 2. Silicon Valley's arid climate means demand for water exceeds supply.
Recycled purified water is a new supply of safe and local water that enables businesses to .