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 Ratings3.9

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    Employees (est.) (Jan 2021)817
    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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    Founding Date

    1929

    Santa Clara Valley Water District Cybersecurity Score

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    74/100

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    Santa Clara Valley Water District Blogs

    Update to proposed expansion of Pacheco Reservoir includes changes to dam, spillway and increased costs

    In 2017, Valley Water moved forward with plans to expand Pacheco Reservoir in South Santa Clara County. As part of a partnership with the San Benito County Water District and Pacheco Pass Water District, the project would increase the reservoir’s capacity from 5,500 to up to 140,000 acre-feet, enoug…

    Valley Water is prepared for a potentially dry winter

    As we enter the winter season, you may have noticed we haven’t seen much rain. The Drought Monitor reports Santa Clara County is currently seeing moderate to severe drought conditions. With less rain, landscaping and gardens may need to be watered more, and ponds and creeks will be lower than usual.…

    The numbers are in for Valley Water’s Great Sign Hunt 2020!

    Hundreds of Santa Clara County cyclists rode across miles of creek trails and bike paths earlier this year in search of adventure and Valley Water signs. These determined cyclists covered a lot of ground, tallying more than 1,700 bike rides and locating 4,318 Valley Water signs. Valley Water and the…

    Water level in Anderson Reservoir reaches 3% capacity

    Since Oct. 1, Valley Water has gradually released water from Anderson Reservoir through the existing outlet. Water levels in Anderson Reservoir recently dropped to 3% of capacity, the lowest level that can be reached through the existing outlet tunnel. Valley Water will maintain this 3% level moving…

    Valley Water prepared to continue ensuring a reliable water supply to Santa Clara County during project to strengthen Anderson Dam

    Valley Water began lowering water levels in Anderson Reservoir on Oct. 1 as part of our effort to strengthen the existing dam so it can safely withstand a large earthquake. This project will help keep the public safe and eventually allow Valley Water to fill Anderson Reservoir in Morgan Hill and sto…

    Valley Water’s McKelvey Park Flood Detention Project receives Project of the Year Award and Project Excellence Award

    Valley Water is proud to announce that the Silicon Valley Chapter American Public Works Association (APWA) has awarded the McKelvey Park Flood Detention Project as its Project of the Year. In addition, the Northern California Chapter of the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) has awar…
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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 817 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.