The Scotia Community Services District was formed in 2014 under Government Code 61000 et. seq. to provide water, wastewater, parks and recreation, limited streets and street lighting, and storm drainage services to the community of Scotia.
Scotia Community Services District’s Mission
To provide all of Scotia with safe, adequate and reliable drinking water, raw water, and wastewater; assist the County with storm drainage, and street and street lighting services within Scotia CSD easements; and to maintain civic parks and recreation facilities, in an environmentally and fiscally responsible manner.
We have moved! The Scotia CSD staff has relocated to our new, and permanent office at 400 Church St.
Press Release for Immediate Release
Scotia Locomotive Relocation POSTPONED to the week of November 26, 2018 – Specific Dates TBD
[Scotia, CA, Nov, 2 2018] The Scotia Heisler Engine No. 9 Locomotive and logging equipment relocation is POSTPONED to the week of November 26, 2018 during business hours. Be advised heavy equipment and machinery will be in use on the site. The Surplus Property Bid was Awarded to Friends of No. 9, LLC. on Thursday, March 15, 2018. The group plans to restore the Heisler No. 9 engine and relocate it to Mill Valley, CA where it will be on display along the historic railroad grade and accessible to the general public. The remaining historic logging equipment will be rehomed locally with the Timber Heritage Association in Samoa, CA.
Download the agenda for the 11/15/18 Board Meeting here.