Santa Clara Valley Water District

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    The Santa Clara Valley Water District manages an integrated water resources system that includes the supply of clean, safe water, flood protection and stewardship of streams. The district effectively manages dams and surface water reservoirs, water treatment plants and water quality laboratory.
    TypePrivate
    Founded1929
    HQSan Jose, CA, US
    Websitevalleywater.org
    Employee Ratings4

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    Employees (est.) (Jun 2021)844
    Job Openings5
    Cybersecurity ratingCMore

    Key People/Management at Santa Clara Valley Water District

    Norma Camacho

    Norma Camacho

    CEO
    Rick Callender

    Rick Callender

    CEO
    Stan Yamamoto

    Stan Yamamoto

    District Counsel
    Melanie Richardson

    Melanie Richardson

    Assistant CEO
    Nina Hawk

    Nina Hawk

    Chief Operating Officer, Water Utility
    Darin Taylor

    Darin Taylor

    Chief Financial Officer
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    Santa Clara Valley Water District Office Locations

    Santa Clara Valley Water District has an office in San Jose
    San Jose, CA, US (HQ)
    5750 Almaden Expy
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    Santa Clara Valley Water District Financials and Metrics

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    Founding Date

    1929

    Santa Clara Valley Water District Cybersecurity Score

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    73/100

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    Santa Clara Valley Water District Blogs

    A new group of water ambassadors ready to make an impact

    Santa Clara County has a new batch of water champions! In the most competitive admissions process to date, 21 community leaders were selected by the Valley Water Board of Directors this past January to participate in the 2021 Water 101 Academy. After completing the three-month program, they will be …

    Valley Water completes flood protection project for Mountain View, Los Altos

    By Director Gary Kremen, representative for District 7 For decades, homes and businesses along a 10-mile stretch of Permanente Creek in Los Altos and Mountain View have flooded during major storms. Permanente Creek experienced significant flooding on at least 11 occasions, most recently in 1998. Flo…

    Valley Water delegation participates in successful virtual advocacy visits with federal leaders

    The seven members of the Board of Directors led a Valley Water delegation in a series of successful virtual meetings with federal leaders on April 19-21 to advocate for Santa Clara County’s priorities. The Valley Water group focused on federal funding, water supply and flood protection projects in S…

    Is your Yard Drought Ready? Valley Water Rebates Can Help Make the Change!

    By Director Barbara Keegan, representative for District 2 As you likely noticed, the past winter was very dry, leaving most of Santa Clara County in a drought. Conserving water today allows us to be in the best condition possible if we move into an extended period of drought. We can all do our part …

    COYOTE CREEK CLEANUP

    By Director Richard Santos, representative for District 3 One of my priorities as the Chair of the Valley Water Homeless Encampment Committee is to seek ways to protect the health of Santa Clara County’s creeks by addressing the pollution issues generated by illegal dumping and encampments along our…

    Keeping trees healthy during a drought

    Trees are vital parts of our community here in Santa Clara County. They create the air we breathe, help protect water quality, create shady gathering places for humans and wildlife, and can even add value to our homes by keeping them cooler in the summer and by adding year-round curb appeal. All tha…
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    Santa Clara Valley Water District Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Santa Clara Valley Water District founded?

      Santa Clara Valley Water District was founded in 1929.

    • Who are Santa Clara Valley Water District key executives?

      Santa Clara Valley Water District's key executives are Norma Camacho, Rick Callender and Stan Yamamoto.

    • How many employees does Santa Clara Valley Water District have?

      Santa Clara Valley Water District has 844 employees.

    • Who are Santa Clara Valley Water District competitors?

      Competitors of Santa Clara Valley Water District include Goodnight Midstream, FER-PAL Construction and Maxx.

    • Where is Santa Clara Valley Water District headquarters?

      Santa Clara Valley Water District headquarters is located at 5750 Almaden Expy, San Jose.

    • Where are Santa Clara Valley Water District offices?

      Santa Clara Valley Water District has an office in San Jose.

    • How many offices does Santa Clara Valley Water District have?

      Santa Clara Valley Water District has 1 office.