The Graton Community Services District (GCSD) provides wastewater treatment to the unincorporated Graton area, including a community of about 1,700 rural residents living in 450 homes, as well as a few businesses. The district provides recycled water to some agricultural producers in the area, in order to offset demand from groundwater and from streams in the Atascadero/Green Valley Creek watershed. No other water is provided to area residents as all are served through their own private wells.
Our Regulatory Permit with the State of California describes the treatment, water quality, reuse and discharge requirements. Please feel free to click on the link below to learn more.171006_18_0001_Graton_NPDES Permit.pdf