- Special Districts
- Water Systems
Finley / Lands End
In December of 1969, County Service Area #6 (CSA #6) was formed to establish a domestic water system for the residents within the community of Finley. The current water system has been upgraded from the original much smaller community water system with the intertie to the Kelseyville water system in 2006, which provides improved water quality and higher water pressure and flow.
The Kelseyville water system was originally constructed in the late 1960s. The water system obtains water from four wells, which are treated to drinking water standards by disinfection with sodium hypochlorite injection before entering the distribution system and storage tanks. Kelseyville Water system serves the downtown and surrounding residential areas of Kelseyville.
The Kono Tayee Estates (1965) and Kono Tayee Heights (1966) were combined to form County Service Area #13 (CSA#13), the Kono Tayee subdivision. The system includes two wells and five water storage tanks. Water is pumped from the wells and disinfected with sodium hypochlorite injection before entering the two tanks and the distribution system. The current water system has been upgraded from the original much smaller community water system, with better materials and design.
County Service Area #21 (CSA#21), is comprised of the customer base for the North Lakeport Water Treatment facility and distribution system serving the North Lakeport area. CSA #21 was formed in 1989 from more than 25 small independent water systems. This is a surface water treatment plant utilizing Clear Lake as the water source.
County Service Area #20 (CSA#20), is comprised of the customer base for the Soda Bay Water Treatment facility and distribution system and includes Soda Bay, Lakewood Park, and Riviera Heights areas of Lake County. CSA #20 was formed (with the dissolution of its predecessor(s) Riviera Mutual Water Company and over 14 additional small independent water systems) in March of 1989. The Soda Bay Water Treatment Facility was completed and went into service in 1992.
County Service Area #2 (CSA#2), is comprised of the customer base in the Spring Valley Lakes subdivision. The Spring Valley Water Treatment facility and distribution system serve customers in the Spring Valley. In 1982 the Lake County Environmental Health Department issued an operating permit, and in 1984 the customer base reached 200 connections. The regulatory jurisdiction was transferred to the State Department of Health Services (now the Division of Drinking Water). Since then, the system has received a series of upgrades and improvements.