November 2, 2021 General District Election
Scotts Valley Water Conservation District
- Division I, 1 vacancy - 2-year unexpired term
- Division II, 1 vacancy - 4-year term
- Division III, 1 vacancy - 2-year unexpired term
Since the number of candidates in the Scotts Valley Water Conservation District Divisions I, II, and, III does not exceed the number of vacancies, the candidates' names will not appear on the ballot for the November 2, 2021 General District Election.
Resolution appointing Directors of the Scotts Valley Water Conservation District In-Lieu of holding an election was approved by the Board of Supervisors on November 2, 2021. (Agenda Item 5.2 COUNTY OF LAKE - File: 21-1022).
Public Notices & Media Releases
- Notice of Election for Scotts Valley Water District's Election (PDF)
- Offices up for Election for Director of the Scotts Valley Water Conservation District (PDF)
Registering to Vote
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255 N Forbes Street
Lakeport, CA 95453.
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