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Why Do Camarillo
Homeowners LOVE Us?
I love the water how it fills to my skin. It’s so soft , my kids love it to. The service is great as well. I would recommend it to my friends and family.
Just had a water softener installed and a few days later, noticed a leak near the drain connection. Called my sales rep, Nick, on a Sunday and Chris was at my house within an hour and had it fixed within 30 minutes. No charge to me and no questions asked. Nick called shortly thereafter to check in and make sure everything was copacetic. I’m very impressed with the rapid response and professionalism of this crew!
As a customer for a year, Culligan has been great this whole time. The water they provide is top notch. Thank you Devon Lorenzini for signing me up for this service. I recommend Culligan for anyone looking for a great water service.
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With this combination of water resources, Camarillo water quality often faces our share of water filtration and treatment issues:
The city of Camarillo water customers received approximately 26 percent local groundwater pumped from the Fox Canyon Aquifer via four city wells blended with approximately 74 percent imported water from Calleguas Municipal Water District. The Camarillo wells have the ability to pump up to 8.6 million gallons per day. Calleguas provides imported water from the Northern California State Water Project and the Colorado River. Just over half of the water we receive originates in Northern California and is conveyed over 500 miles through the State Water Project’s network of reservoirs, aqueducts, and pump stations. After treatment at the Metropolitan Water District Jensen Filtration Plant in the northern San Fernando
Valley, the water is carried by pipeline to Ventura County, where it is distributed by Calleguas to its Ventura County water purveyors. Additional supplies of imported water are stored in Lake Bard, Calleguas’s reservoir in Thousand Oaks
In 2021, Camarillo introduced a desalination plant in order to ramp up conservation efforts.
Is Camarillo Tap Water Safe To Drink?
Environmental Working Group detected 13 contaminants in Camarillo tap water where levels reached above their recommended guidelines. This includes arsenic, chloroform, chromium-6, HAA5, nitrates, and TTHMs.
For more information check out the city of Camarillo’s water quality report here.