Tehachapi-Cummings County Water District's mission is to ensure the most reliable, cost effective and highest quality water supply within the District through the importation of State Project Water, management of groundwater basins, as well as provide flood protection within specified areas of the District and within the jurisdiction of the District as defined in the State Water code and pertinent statutes of the State of California.
About Tehachapi-Cummings County Water District
Tehachapi-Cummings County Water District (TCCWD) is located in the Tehachapi Mountains, east of the Southern San Joaquin Valley and encompasses approximately 266,000 acres. TCCWD provides an imported water supply, water resource management and flood protection to the public in a safe, reliable and environmentally sensitive way.
The local groundwater supply is located in three basins, which are the Brite, Cummings and Tehachapi Basins. The District imports State Water Project water from the California Aqueduct.
TCCWD is governed by a five person Board of Directors elected at large to four year, staggered terms by registered voters in the five equal acreage divisions within TCCWD. The Directors are responsible for policies and decisions which govern the operations of the District. They meet regularly on the third Wednesday of each month at 4:00 p.m. at the District office.