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The Public Works Department (Water Division) is implementing a new Toilet Rebate Program.  As part of the City of Solvang, Water Conservation Project, City water customers may be eligible to receive a 60% rebate, up to $120 through the City’s Ultra Low Flow Toilet (ULFT) Rebate Program.  The City’s ULFT Rebate Program will begin March 1, 2014, is offered on a first-come first-served basis, and is effective until funding is exhausted or by December 31, 2014.  We plan to make $10,000 available for this Rebate Program from March 1 through December 31, 2014.

Please see the Toilet Rebate Program form  and the Maximum Performance of Premium Toilets listing.

 

Stop flushing money down the toilet and start conserving water today! 

 

 

Water System Master Plan 


Water System Master Plan EIR

 


 

 

The 2013 City of Solvang Consumer Confidence Report (Water Quality) is now available and can be viewed online! Este reporte contiene las instrucciones mas recientes para obetener informacion importante sobre su agua potable.  Traducir, o hablar con alguien que lo entienda.

 

If you would like a paper copy, or to speak to someone about the report, please contact the City at 805-688-5575. 


 

Public Service Announcements

City of Solvang ADA Coordinator

Sandra Featherson


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Velkommen til Solvang!

Welcome to Solvang, California
A Preserve America Community

Solvang (Danish for 'sunny field') is a beautiful little city nestled in the Santa Ynez Valley of California. Founded in 1911 by a small group of Danish teachers, Solvang now is a diverse, modern city, with fine restaurants, lovely shops and outstanding activities to enchant young and old alike.There are Danish festivals, quiet tree lined streets, horse drawn wagons, Hans Christian Andersen Park, windmills, Danish pastries and dozens of quaint shops to explore. Solvang was incorporated as a city on May 1, 1985 and now has a population of approximately 5,385.

 

The City of Solvang celebrated its' Centennial Year in 2011. Now in it's second century it continues to thrive as a destination.
There are always many exciting events taking place throughout the year. The Solvang Conference and Visitors Bureau  continually updates their events calendar & events also take place at local historic sites and museums like the Elverhoj Museum.
 
 

 
Solvang Business & Relocation Guide 2014 - 2015

The Solvang Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that the Solvang Business and Relocation Guide for 2014 - 2015 has been released. Whether you are new to the area, planning a move to the area, or are a long time resident of the Santa Ynez Valley, you should have a look at the Guide. See it here at the Solvang Chamber of Commerce website. (Link will open a new tab or window to the Solvang Chamber of Commerce website.)

 
Utility Billing Notice Nov. 18, 2014

To utlitiy customers of the City of Solvang: Bills for the October 21 - November 21, 2014 billing period will be delayed. We expect customers to receive their bills by December 5, 2014. We apologize for the inconvience.

 
Landscape Rebate Program

 

The City of Solvang has launched a Landscape Rebate Program

I. Goals of Solvang Landscape Rebate Program:
a. Provide incentive to modify landscape to use less water and use water more efficiently.
b. Educate residents and customers on how to conserve water.
c. Help save customers’ money on their water bill.
d. Helps conserve water for the City of Solvang and the State of California.
e. Benefit endangered species such as the Southern Steelhead Trout.
II. Eligibility:
a. All Solvang water customers qualify including schools and other public facilities.
b. Must be a water customer of the city of Solvang for the past 12 months.
c. Must be landscape that is not already conserving water in an efficient way.

 

Please see the program details at Landscape Rebate Program Information

 
City Goes to Stage 2 Water Conservation Measures

Stage 2 Drought Regulations - Click Here


 

 
Parks and Recreation News

Solvang Parks and Recreation Fall Activity Calendars are out!  Click here for fun!

 
Mandatory Commercial Recycling

California's Mandatory Commercial Recycling Measure adopted by CalRecycle on January 17, 2012 focuses on increased commercial waste diversion as a method to reduce Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions. It is designed to achieve a reduction in GHG emissions of 5 million metric tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) equivalents. To achieve the measure’s objective, an additional 2 to 3 million tons of materials annually will need to be recycled from the commercial sector by the year 2020 and beyond.

On and after July 1, 2012, a business that generates four cubic yards or more of commercial solid waste per week or a multifamily residential dwelling of five units or more shall recycle.

To learn more about this new law, visit CalRecycle's website section on the Mandatory Commercial Recycling Measure.

 
Green Gardener Program for Santa Barbara County

The Green Gardener Program for Santa Barbara County educates local gardeners in resource efficient and pollution prevention landscape maintenance practices. The Green Gardener Program is a regional program designed to offer education, training, and promotion of participating gardeners and landscape maintenance contractors.

Here's an updated list of the Certified Green Gardeners in Santa Barbara County.

 

 
Solvang Storm Water Management Program Guides

The City of Solvang has published an introduction to the Solvang Storm Water Management Program for homeowners and business owners.

Most people believe that the largest source of water pollution in urban areas comes from specific sources such as factories and sewage treatment plants. In fact, the largest sources of water pollution comes from city streets, neighborhoods, construction sites and parking lots.

This type of pollution is sometimes called “non-point  source” pollution. This pollution is spread to our water bodies and natural habitats as a result of run-off, either as a result of rainfall (storm water) or excessive water use (urban).

Please see the following documents for further information:

The Homeowner’s Guide to Best Management Practices

The Business Owner’s Guide to Best Management Practices

La Guía de Mejores Prácticas de Administración para Propietarios de las Casas

La Guía de Mejores Prácticas de Administración para Propietarios de las Empresas

 

 
Storm Water Management Program Announcements

SOLVANG STORMWATER PROGRAM ANNOUNCEMENTS:

SWMP Annual Report for year 2 is complete!

For additional STORMWATER Program information countywide, please visit:  www.sbprojectcleanwater.org
 


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CRACK SEAL PROGRAM

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Register for Reverse  911 click here

 

 

 

 

City of Solvang Fee Schedule

(Listing of Fees, Charges, and Fines) 

 

 


 

Solvang's Emergency Management Plan

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