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, US
    Websitevalleywater.org
    Employee Ratings3.8

    Latest Updates

    Employees (est.) (Nov 2020)803
    Job Openings7
    Cybersecurity ratingBMore

    Key People/Management at Santa Clara Valley Water District

    Stan Yamamoto

    Stan Yamamoto

    District Counsel
    Tina Yoke

    Tina Yoke

    Chief Operating Officer, Information Technology and Administrative Services
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    Santa Clara Valley Water District Office Locations

    Santa Clara Valley Water District has an office in San Jose
    San Jose, 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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    B

    81/100

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    Santa Clara Valley Water District Online and Social Media Presence

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    Santa Clara Valley Water District Blogs

    Voters overwhelmingly approve Measure S, a renewal of the Safe, Clean Water and Natural Flood Protection Program

    Voters in Santa Clara County overwhelmingly approved Measure S, making it clear that safe, clean water, natural flood protection and caring for the environment are priorities now and for future generations. The measure needed 66% to pass and has garnered more than 75% of votes in an election that sa…

    Valley Water releases draft master plan for water reuse

    Each year record-setting temperatures and extreme weather alert us to the impacts of climate change. Unanticipated lightning storms in August 2020 incited wildfires across the Bay Area region impacting thousands of people. It has never been more evident that California’s changing climate threatens o…

    Valley Water and partners advance the San Francisquito Creek Flood Protection Project

    By Director Gary Kremen, representative for District 7 Valley Water and its partners from the San Francisquito Creek Joint Powers Authority (SFCJPA) remain committed to protecting homes and businesses from flooding along San Francisquito Creek. The SFCJPA, in partnership with the U.S. Army Corps of …

    Valley Water committed to keeping our waterways clean while working on the challenge of homelessness

    By Chair Nai Hsueh, representative for District 5 One of the many challenges we face in 2020 is the continuing tragedy of homelessness. Several agencies, including Valley Water, work together on programs and efforts aimed at addressing the crisis. It is a complicated problem, with no easy solution. …

    Valley Water committed to keeping our waterways clean while working on the challenge of homelessness

    By Chair Nai Hsueh, representative for District 5 One of the many challenges we face in 2020 is the continuing tragedy of homelessness. Several agencies, including Valley Water, work together on programs and efforts aimed at addressing the crisis. It is a complicated problem, with no easy solution. …

    Valley Water builds a new wetland and restores Llagas Creek

    A former quarry in south Santa Clara County will be humming with fish and wildlife in the coming months as birds, frogs, turtles and a variety of other species benefit from a newly created wetland habitat and a restored Llagas Creek. The transformation is the result of Valley Water’s work to create …
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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 Stan Yamamoto and Tina Yoke.

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

      Santa Clara Valley Water District has 803 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.