January to June 2022
The Aromas Water District’s periodic newsletter "NewsSplash" is a brief summary of happenings and activities that have occurred at the District in recent months.
From time to time you may have seen a couple of our staff working downtown peering into holes in or beside the road – they are checking that our valves are in good condition. As time and other responsibilities allow, you will probably see them working away all around Aromas over the next few months, so give them a cheery wave as you pass by and be rest assured that we are always working to make sure that the multitude of elements in our system are in good shape.
In early April (no joke!) you should have received your copy of the Annual Water Quality Report 2021, either via mail, or via email. If you don’t recall receiving either, you can always review the results for the last few years here: Water Quality Reports
As you will see, we continue to enjoy great quality water from the Pajaro Basin which is carefully managed by the Pajaro Valley Water Management Agency (PVWMA) working with our District among many, to implement the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act to ensure we are able to enjoy water for many years into the future. You may have noticed that a small proportion of your monthly bill is for the PVWMA who monitor the basin which covers an area from North of Corralitos, South to Moss Landing and East to Aromas. To find out more about their important work, visit: https://www.pvwater.org/sgm