COVID-19

In response to the Coronavirus, COVID-19, San Elijo Joint Powers Authority (SEJPA) is taking precautionary measures to protect our community and employees. Until noticed, the SEJPA facilities are closed to all visitors, educational tours, and non-essential activities. Essential site visits and supply deliveries are by appointment only (760-753-6203). Water quality protection performed by SEJPA has not been impacted. Washing hands and using wipes are vital to slowing the spread of coronavirus, however, please don’t flush them down the toilet as they negatively impact the sewer system. Recommended COVID-19 response measures are available by the StateCounty, and CDC.

Thank you for your understanding and your efforts to protect our community.

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We value our community, the environment, and our local water.

Serving the cities of Encinitas, Solana Beach, and Del Mar

Our Mission

To serve our communities by providing safe and reliable recycled water and wastewater services in order to protect the environment and public health.

Clean water is our core mission.

Vision Statement

We pursue innovative practices to produce clean water in an environmentally, socially, and fiscally responsible manner.

Project News & Announcements

Water Campus Improvements Project Update

Date: 08-23-19

This Project is to address building needs and deficiencies, expand workspace, enhance physical and cyber security, increase functionality and energy efficiency of the facility, and replace or improve aging support infrastructure. The purpose of this newsletter is to notify the neighborhood of updates to the project, including a change from a round-about to a signalized intersection at the facility entrance. Other minor changes include the building location shifting slightly west, landscaping revisions, and the addition of landscaping near the new regional multi-use path.

Read the Citizen Participation Plan Newsletter here.

sejpa overall site plan

Encinitas Ranch Recycled Water Project

Date: 07-03-19

The Encinitas Ranch Recycled Water Project is now serving locally produced recycled water to irrigate the community’s shared landscaping, parks, and trails. This project is anticipated to offset 15 million gallons of potable water each year.

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