Parcel Numbers and Other Property Owner Information. Need to know your parcel number or update property information? MCWD does not keep that information on file. Please visit the Monterey County Tax Assessor's Office website.
“State of the District” Presentation On August 22, 2013, Dr. Thomas Moore, MCWD Board President, gave a State of the District presentation, providing background on the District as well as a look at rates, revenues, expenditures, boundaries, water availability, and challenges ahead. View or download the State of the District presentation (PDF). View the video:
a Water-Wise Garden
Click the image to visit the Water-Wise
Gardening in Monterey County web site and use an interactive
program to help you create your own water-wise landscape. Features
include design ideas, photo galleries, plant lists, irrigation tips,
and more! Plants were selected specifically for the Monterey
Cooking fat, oil and grease (FOG) is a leading cause of sewer pipe clogs. FOGs cool and congeal on the inner walls of sewer lines and on tree roots that grow in them, much like arterial sclerosis in our bodies. The resulting clog restricts sewage flow, which can back up in your home or property, or even in the street. In fact, kitchen grease is a leading cause of sewer spills into the Monterey Bay. To find out more, visit ClogBusters.org.
Coast Water District (MCWD) serves the Monterey Peninsula's
fastest growing and most diverse communities — the City
of Marina and the Ord Community (the former Fort Ord).
MCWD provides high quality water, wastewater and recycled
water services through management, conservation and development of
future resources at reasonable costs.