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TCWD Message to our Customers:

Trabuco Canyon Water District (TCWD) wants to assure our customers that the water at your tap continues to be of the highest quality and 100% safe to drink. The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has no impact on the quality of your drinking water and there is no need to use bottled water as a substitute.

TCWD's drinking water comes from imported surface water and local groundwater sources, and is filtered and treated with chlorine before entering the water distribution system to ensure that it stays safe through our system to your home. TCWD is also taking steps to ensure that service to our customers will continue uninterrupted so your drinking water is both available and plentiful. If you have any questions, please contact us.

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NOTICE OF ADJUSTMENT TO TCWD’S CAPACITY CHARGES FOR THE INSTALLATION OF WATER SERVICE

The District has previously adopted capacity charges (the Capital Improvement Charge, the In-Lieu Water Storage Charge and the Supplemental Water Fee) upon new development and redevelopment requiring new or additional water service within the District boundaries. The current Capacity Charges were updated in December, 2005, and were effective January, 2006.

District Staff and its independent third-party Consultant has evaluated the updating of such charges to bring them current with increased costs of design, construction and acquisition of facilities since those charges were previously adopted. A Notice of Exemption and Notice of Availability of Information (linked below) has been filed with the County of Orange for compliance purposes in advance of the scheduled Regular Board Meeting on December 17, 2014.

Notice of Proposed Capacity Charges 2014