Office Location:		3570 Airline Hwy, Hollister, CA  95023		
			Telephone: 	     		(831) 637-4670
			Fax:             	 		(831) 637-1399 

						District Board Meetings   
			The Sunnyslope County Water District is governed by a 5-member Board of Directors
			elected by the public to serve four-year terms.  The Board conducts its regular 
			meetings on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 5:15 p.m. in the District office on
			Airline Highway.  The public is invited and encouraged to attend. 

			Meeting agendas are posted at the District office and on the District's website. 
			Opportunities for public comment are provided at the meetings.  When scheduling
			conflicts occur, the regular meetings may be re-scheduled to a different day. 
			Special meetings, public hearings, and study sessions are also scheduled period-
			ically as needed and are open to the public.  Please call the office to confirm 
			meeting dates.  

			The Mission of the Board and staff of the District is to provide safe, reliable,
			and high quality water and wastewater services to our customers and all future 
			generations in an environmentally and financially responsible manner.  The Board 
			and staff of the District are also committed to providing prompt, efficient, and 
			courteous customer service. 

			The District operates as a special district to provide local service in 
			accordance with the California State Water Code.  The District is responsible 
			directly to the customers of the District.  It is not an arm of the federal, 
			county, or city governments, or other water agencies.  

			Your Board of Directors sets policies and ordinances for the District on the 
			basis of facts and the best interests of customers in the District, and not on 
			opinions or political considerations.

			Sunnyslope County Water district has been successful in achieving its goals and 
			objectives since 1954 because it is a special district.  Special districts are 
			created by local voters to meet specific local needs that they themselves have 
			identified.  Special districts are directly accountable and responsive to the 
			public who elects directors to govern districts. 

			As a special district, Sunnyslope County Water District Board members are able 
			to adopt a specific vision and focus on carrying out their charge to use 
			resources to provide water and wastewater service to customers, rather than 
			being spread among multiple functions.  

			Costs are directly tied to providing service.  Fees and rates for water, sewer, 
			and connection fees, are directly tied to the cost for providing those services 
			rather than being funded to unrelated functions.  Sunnyslope County Water District 
			customers can have confidence knowing their dollars are being used to maintain a 
			good quality, reliable water supply.   

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