Our Mission

At Sheep Creek Water Company, we are committed to providing safe, high quality water services to our community, while maintaining a standard of excellence in customer service and environmental conservation.

 

Coronavirus- (COVID-19) Safety Information

Information from the CDC - Corona Virus
Information from the CDC - Hand Washing Protocol
Video from the CDC - FIght Germs.  Wash Your Hands!

SWRCB Facts Regarding Coronavirus in Drinking Water

 
 

Annual Shareholders Meeting Postponed:

Due to COVID-19, the Board of Directors voted to postpone the Annual Shareholders Meeting until May 2021.  An update of the system and the Source Capacity Project will be sent to the Shareholders of record soon.  Action on any new business items will not be taken until a vote can be taken at the next Shareholders Meeting.

Bill Payment Options

Looking for the most convenient way to pay your bill? We offer a wide variety of payment options to our customers. Simply choose the option that best suits your needs... Learn more...

 

Sheep Creek Water Company Service Connection Moratorium

Due to the SWRCB Compliance Order 05-13-18R-002A1, Sheep Creek Water Company continues to be under a service connection moratorium and can not install new meter service connections to the system. Also, Sheep Creek Water Company can not issue any "Will Serve Letters" for any new or existing service connections.  Currently Sheep Creek Water Company Shareholders approved to drill additional wells to meet the required source capacity.  Updated compliance order issued March 17, 2020

SCWC Updated Compliance Order 05-13-18R-002A1

 

 

Conservation Tips

Winter season is approaching. Be sure to check your property for exposed pipes and hose bibs.  Protect all pipes from freezing.  Turn off irrigation systems that are not inuse.  

CURRENT ALLOTMENT

Due to the drastic decrease in water levels and water production in the canyon wells, the current allotment for Tier 1 ($0.50 per hcf) is 750 cubic feet per share for the first share and 150 cubic feet for the remaining shares.  The allotment for Tier 2 ($3.46 per hcf) is 150 cubic feet per share in addition to Tier 1 allotment.  Please keep all water use within your allotment.  CURRENT TIER 3 OVERAGE CHARGE - $6.32 per HCF

 

How Much Water Can I You Use?

A quick guide to how much water you can use based on how many shares you own.

 

SWRCB Water Efficiency Legislation- SB 606 / AB1668

SWRCB fact sheet regarding legislation on SB 606 and AB 1668 signed into law in May 2018 by Governor Brown.  SWRCB Water Efficiency Legislation Fact Sheet

 

Holiday Day Office Hours

The Sheep Creek Office will be closed Monday September 7, 2020 in observance of Labor Day.

For emergencies please call (760) 553-6023.

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Sheep Creek Water Company Office Lobby to Reopen

May 15, 2020

Thank You to all the Shareholders and Customers during this time.  The Sheep Creek Water Company office lobby will reopen beginning Monday May 18, 2020.  We ask that you continue to practice social distancing guidelines as recommended by San Bernardino County.  Mask are recommended along with one customer at a time in the lobby.  You can continue to make payments by credit card over the phone, there is no charge for this service.  The Drop Box is also available in front of the office for payments to avoid walking in.  Essential services can continue to be taken care of over the phone or through email. 

At this time there is not an updated schedule for the Annual Shareholders Meeting due...

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Be prepared.

Be prepared.

September 01, 2020

September has arrived, and autumn is well on its way.

As the summer heat begins to fade, and the first hints of red and gold begin to appear, it’s a great time to relax and enjoy the mild weather. Next Monday, September 7, is Labor Day/ Labour Day, a day which honors the achievements of our workforce —a "yearly national tribute to the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of our countr[ies].” Department of Labor.  
So, take a break, rest from your labor, and enjoy the respite. 

Then, after your rest, take advantage of this time to plan ahead. September is considered “National Preparedness Month” in the US: a month to get ready, to get prepared for harsher weather and conditions that will be coming, and a time to prepare for any emergencies that might arise.
So, use this September to make sure that you —and your home— are ready.

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