Go behind the scenes of a groundwater well October 22

Updated September 12, 2022
Go behind the scenes of a groundwater well October 22
Get a closer look behind the scenes at one of our active groundwater wells

Do you know where Roseville’s water comes from? Many think that our only water supply comes from Folsom Lake. Thing is, we also have a growing groundwater program that serves as a complementary water source that we can tap into when needed, decreasing our reliance on our primary source.

With our groundwater wells, we have the capability of both extracting water for drinking water purposes and replenishing the groundwater basin with extra surface water when it’s available.

How does this process work? This and other questions will be answered as we provide demonstrations for visitors to see.

Saturday, October 22, 10 a.m. to noon
Blue Oaks Boulevard at Crocker Ranch Road

You will have the opportunity to meet with Environmental Utilities staff, learn how our groundwater wells work, participate in a blind taste-test, and hear how we manage water resources in Roseville both now and into the future.

Registration is not required, but requested, as we would like to gauge how many visitors we should expect. Please register here.


***Parking is extremely limited onsite. Please consider parking at Veteran’s Memorial Park and take a quick walk to the open house by either crossing the street at Blue Oaks and Crocker Ranch or taking the trail under Blue Oaks. You can also bike or walk since it’s near a trail!

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