Drinking Water Source Assessments
These assessments identify the vulnerability of the drinking water supply to contamination from typical human activities, intending to facilitate and provide the basic information for each community to develop a program to protect the drinking water supply.
As part of a statewide effort by the California Department of Public Health's (CDPH) Division of Drinking Water and Environmental Management a Drinking Water Source Assessment and Protection Program was established to provide information to communities that wish to develop local programs to protect their sources of drinking water. These assessments were conducted in 2003 by the CDPH Santa Barbara District.
Click on each location below to view their Drinking Water Source Assessment: