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.
SCOTIA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT
NOTICE TO BID FOR SOCCER FIELD ACCESSIBILITY IMPROVEMENTS
The Scotia CSD is accepting sealed bids from California Qualified Licensed Contractors for its Soccer Field Accessibility Improvement Project. This project is located at Railroad Ave, Scotia, CA and is described as shown on bid set of plans: installation of an ADA compliant parking space, seating area and walk path with signage and striping, and installation of a garbage receptacle provided by SCSD.
Bid deadline: Thursday, January 21, 2021, 4:00 PM.
Links to the Bid Documents:
For more information, please email Jeffrey Laikam, PE with Whitchurch Engineering, Inc at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 707-725-6926.
There will be a Special Meeting of the Scotia Community Services District Board of Directors this Thursday, January 21, 2021 at 5:30 PM. Click here to see the Board Meeting Agenda and remote access information.
Notice—Covid -19 Update: Effective Immediately
The Scotia CSD Office will not be open to the public beginning March 20, 2020 and until further notice. Please use the drop-box to make payments (check or money order), send by mail, or use the online bill pay on this website.
The Scotia CSD takes your health seriously and is enacting these changes to protect you, your families, and our most vulnerable community members. We can be reached by phone at (707) 764-3030 and email infoscotiacsd@gmail for in-person appointments, questions, or concerns.
Water and wastewater are essential services and staff will continue to be onsite to ensure safe, reliable provision of services. We appreciate your understanding as we all navigate this evolving situation.