Welcome Scotia Residents

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.

For new service connections, please complete and return a Service Application to our office. Scotia CSD rates for water and wastewater can be found here.

Board Meetings

 Please click here for the  Regular Board Meeting Agenda of the SCSD Board of Directors meeting that will be held on July 16th, 2024 at 5:30 p.m.  Please click here for the Regular Board Meeting Packet of the SCSD Board of Directors that will be held on July 16th, 2024 at 5:30 p.m.

SCSD Bid Documents

No Current Bid Documents

Additional Notices & Information

Scotia CSD Seeks Board Members

Scotia CSD has two director seats up for election in November. Scotia Residents interested in running for an open Board seat must obtain and file declarations with the Office of Elections at 2426 6th St, in Eureka.  The candidacy period is July 15th-Aug 9th.  Questions regarding directorship can call (707) 764-3030.




Regular Board Meetings will now be held on the Third Tuesday of every Month.

Reminder Yearly Benefit Assessments Billed in August

The SCSD offers a 3 month payment plan for the Benefit Assessments.  Please contact the office for information on how to set up a payment plan.


To see the current Consumer Confidence Report, please click here.


CalARP Public Notice

Public Notice – Risk Management Plans

Risk Management Plan (RMP) is required when a facility uses a CalARP listed regulated substance in excess of a threshold quantity. Upon submission of an RMP (new RMP or 5-Year RMP Update), Scotia Community Services District will review the plan and determine if any deficiencies are present. The facility has 60 days to respond and correct the deficiencies. Once the deficiencies (if any) are corrected, SCSD posts a public notice indicating that the RMP is complete. Once posted, SCSD will make the RMP available at our office for public review and comment for 45 days. After the 45-day review period, SCSD will conduct a final evaluation of the RMP in which any public comments made are considered.

This notice is issued as part of the public review process for RMPs, in accordance with the California Code of Regulations (CCR), Title 19 Division 2 Chapter 4.5 Article 3 Section 2745.2.

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