District Overview

BCPUD NOVEL CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) INFORMATION
 

Water Rationing Information

The BCPUD has adopted Resolution 680, implementing Mandatory Conservation Measures.  BCPUD staff will implement the mandatory rationing of water throughout the district’s service area as soon as overall water consumption in the district exceeds 66,000 gallons per day averaged over seven consecutive days. Please see the chart below for daily consumption numbers.

Thursday
October
14
Friday
October
15
Saturday
October
16
Sunday
October
17
Monday
October
18
Tuesday
October
19
Wednesday
October
20
GPD
50,258
GPD
62,216
GPD
55,800
GPD
53,300
GPD
57,142
GPD
54,484
GPD
49,583

Mandatory Ration Trigger: 66,000 gallons per day
(averaged over 7 days)

Current 7-Day Running Average:  54,683

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Mission Statement

The Bolinas Community Public Utility District (“BCPUD”) was formed in 1967 pursuant to a resolution of the Marin County Board of Supervisors which consolidated two previously existing districts:  the Bolinas Beach Public Utility District (formed in 1927 to serve the Big Mesa) and the Bolinas Public Utility District (formed in 1935 to serve the Little Mesa and downtown areas).  The BCPUD is located in unincorporated western Marin County, immediately to the south of the Point Reyes National Seashore and to the west of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area.  The BCPUD and has a jurisdictional boundary of approximately 2.6 square miles as depicted in the map below:

BCPUD_Boundary

As a public utility district, the BCPUD’s governance authority is codified in the California Public Utilities Act of 1913, which empowers the district to provide a range of municipal services.  At present, the BCPUD directly or indirectly provides water, sewer, solid waste, drainage, and parks and recreation services within its boundaries.  The district is governed by a five-member Board of Directors who are elected by registered voters (or appointed in-lieu of a contested election) to staggered four-year terms.