About Mid-Pennnisula Water District
The Mid-Peninsula Water District, formally Belmont County Water District, was formed in 1929 from the physical plant of 7 independent systems, including the Spring Valley Water Company, which were united and began functioning as a public utility in 1930. Since the first operation, the District has purchased its entire water supply from the City of San Francisco Water Department. The District now supplies water to consumers in an area slightly larger than the city limits of the City of Belmont. Small portions of the service area are within the City Limits of the City of San Carlos, Redwood City, and parts of the unincorporated County of San Mateo. The District's service territory covers approximately 5 square miles and serves approximately 28,000 people. In the event of an emergency the district can serve or be served with inter-ties between neighboring utilities, as of today the district has 1 inter-tie with Foster City, 4 with San Carlos, 1 with Redwood City and 3 with San Mateo.
Mid-Pennnisula Water District is predominantly
engaged in Water Supply.
Mid-Pennnisula Water District operates in California.
is involved in Water Supply as well as other possible related aspects and functions of Water Supply.
In Belmont California 94002
Mid-Pennnisula Water District maintains its local business operations and may well
other local business operations outside of
functions related to Water Supply.
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