CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) SAFETY: Your drinking water is safe and reliable. The health and safety of our customers and employees are top priority. We are here to serve you, and in an effort to reduce the risk of contracting and/or transmitting the coronavirus (COVID-19, MWD is asking customers to use our many online and telephone options rather than doing business in person.  Read more...

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May 2021 Customer Mailing

Annual Rate Increase to be reflected on August Invoice ; Drought and the Need for Voluntary Conservation Click Images to Enlarge Click Here to Download PDF

Montecito Water District Supports Approval of State Water Project Contract Amendments WITHOUT County’s Conditions

Montecito Water District has provided a letter of request to Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors for consideration at their upcoming hearing on Tuesday of next week: February 2, 2021.  The request is that the Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors authorize the Santa Barbara County Flood Control and Water Conservation District to execute State […]

Public Outreach Regarding Copper in Customer Tap Water

Montecito Water District is providing this update to customers regarding water quality and copper testing. These are the top 3 things for customers to know: 1. Water supplied to customer meters meets all standards. 2. Lead and copper testing at taps on sample properties routinely provides results which are reported privately and directly to the […]

Lead and Copper Testing Program Update

Montecito Water District participates in a lead and copper testing program in accordance with the State of California’s Lead and Copper Rule.  The purpose of the program is to monitor for lead and copper at customer taps since household plumbing is the most common source of lead and copper in drinking water.  Through its involvement […]

Coronavirus (COVID 19) and Your Water

Please conduct all business via phone, email or internet. We are here to help.Phone: 805.969.2271Email: For public health and safety,  teleconferencing is now available for all public meetings. Instructions can be found in the agendas. COVID-19 Information Page Guidance for Reopening Buildings For any buildings that will be re-occupied after a prolonged absence or water use […]