Stinson Beach County Water District Overview

The Stinson Beach County Water District (SBCWD) was formed in 1962 and encompasses an approximate 10.0 square mile jurisdictional boundary along Marin County’s western shoreline. Governance is provided by a five-member board with members directly elected by registered voters to serve staggered four year terms. Access to SBCWD’s jurisdictional boundary is primarily tied to Shoreline Highway (State Highway 1). The community is approximately 11 miles from the nearest incorporated town, Mill Valley, and lies within the Bolinas-Stinson Beach Elementary and Tamalpais Union High School Districts. Read more...


Stinson Beach County Water District Basic Financial Statements
For The Year Ended June 30, 2015


Memorandum On Internal Control And Required Communications
For The Year Ended June 30, 2015


Audits 2012 - 2014

Current and Approved Contracts, Bids and Proposals

Onsite Wastewater Management Program 2015 Annual Report

State Water Board Expands and Extends Emergency Water Conservation Regulation

2015 Public Employee Salaries

Rolling CIP Cash Flow Spreadsheet

Ordinance No. 2014-04

Design Standards: Holding Tanks and Graywater Systems
Title 4 Chap. 4.23


Amended and Restated Water Rationing Ordinance

State Water Resources Control Board Drought Emergency Regulation

Master List Of Water Saving Ideas

List Of Contractors

Save Our Water: Welcome to Sprinklers 101
Information and online resources for water-efficient irrigation.

Notice Re Weddings, Etc. Re Chemical Toilet Permits 7-2012

Temporary Restroom (Portable Chemical Toilet) Permit Application

For Our Customers
Contact SBCWD
Current Weather Data
Bottled Water-Do We Need It ?
Rates and Charges
Reading Your Water Meter
Water Conservation
Wastewater Do's and Don'ts
Guide to Onsite Wastewater Systems
Landscaping Near Onsite Wastewater Systems
Permit Process Flow Chart
Disaster/Emergency Preparedness
Emergency Operations Websites

Administrative Information
Board of Directors
Scheduled Board and Committee Meetings
Board Meeting Minutes
Budget and Revenue For Current Fiscal Year
Budget For 3 Years Prior To Current Year
Codes, Reports and Technical Information
West Nile Virus News Release
Pesticide Policy
Consumer Confidence/Water Quality Report
Hydrologic Survey
Title III Water System Regulations
Title IV Onsite Wastewater Management Code
Title V Garbage Regulations
Resolution GB-2013-06 Employee Benefit Program
Glossary of Terms
Links to Other Resources

Contact Information
Stinson Beach County Water District
3785 Shoreline Highway
P. O. Box 245
Stinson Beach, CA 94970
Phone: (415) 868-1333
Fax: (415) 868-9417
E-mail: sbcwd@stinson-beach-cwd.dst.ca.us

Online/downloadable Public Records Act (or FOIA) request
California Public Records Law, California Government Code §6251 and the Constitution of the State of California, as amended by the passage of Proposition 59 on November 3, 2004 requires us to take the broadest possible view and interpretation of the disclosure of government records, for inspection of public information. People can request information by phone (415) 868-1333, in writing to the Stinson Beach County Water District, SBCWD, P.O. Box 245, Stinson Beach, CA 94970, by fax (415) 868-9417 or e-mail sbcwd@stinson-beach-cwd.dst.ca.us or go to www.nfoic.org/california-sample-foia-request for an online/downloadable California Sample FOIA Request.

Association of California Water Agencies/Joint Power Insurance Authority
The link above is to a copy of the most recent Certificate of Coverage dated 8/14/2015. Coverage includes general liability $1,000,000 per occurrence and auto liability $1,000,000 per occurrence, negligence $1,000,000 per occurrence.

Financial Reserves Policy
The District’s Financial Reserve Policy is to designate a minimum of $300,000 in the Local Agency Investment Fund (LAIF) as an operational/emergency fund and another $72,000 or more in the Other Post-Employment Benefits (OPEB) reserve fund, required by State law, found on the monthly Rolling CIP Cash Flow Spreadsheet.