The Goleta Water District provides water to a diverse population of approximately 87,000 in the Goleta Valley area, including residential, agricultural, commercial, industrial, and institutional customers. The District’s water system includes over 270 miles of pipelines, a water treatment plant, storage reservoirs, pumping facilities, active wells, a recycled water system, and connections with Lake Cachuma and the State Water Project. The following photo gallery features highlights from the District.
Winter 2014 photo of Bradbury Dam and Lake Cachuma
Winter 2014 view of the Intake Tower at Lake Cachuma.
Winter 2011 photo of a full Lake Cachuma with snowy peaks in the background.
Filter system at the District's Corona Del Mar Treatment Facility.
The District's Corona Del Mar Treatment Facility.
Laboratory at the District's Corona Del Mar Treatment Facility
Treatment infrastructure at the District's San Ricardo well.
Water storage tank surrounded by drought tolerant landscaping at the District's San Ricardo well.
Drought tolerant demonstration garden at the District's headquarters.