Water Well and Pump Service Information for Guadalupe 93434
Guadalupe is a small city in Santa Barbara County with a population of under 8,000. It is located along Highway 1 between Santa Maria and the Pacific Ocean. It was mentioned in the diary of Franciscan missionary Juan Crespi in 1769 as having a very large lake. This lake has since mostly filled in and a low lying plain remains through which runs the Santa Maria River. It became part of Mission La Purisima’s pasture lands upon its founding in 1787. In recent times it has been the setting for several films including The Odd Couple II, Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End and Hidalgo. It was incorporated as a city in 1946.
Drilling Water Wells in Guadalupe
Guadalupe, CA is in Santa Barbara County. The Santa Barbara County Department of Environmental Health Services is the department tasked with the approval of water well drilling in the county of Santa Barbara. Information about the permit application as well as a list of licensed well drillers and other water well information can be found at http://www.countyofsb.org/phd/ehs/drinking-water.sbc
Water Well Drilling and Pump Maintenance Service in Guadalupe
After a well has been approved, drilled, and is in use, it falls under the jurisdiction of the Department of Planning and Development. Periodic reports, including water quality tests and meter records, must be filed with the department. Information specific to water wells is found on pages 106-107 of the Planner’s Guide to Conditions of Approval and Mitigation Measures which can be found on the County’s Planning and Development website.
Powell and Murphy Drilling is a licensed water well driller and meets the criteria to drill water wells in Santa Barbara County. In addition to drilling, we provide pump installation, service, and replacement.
Water Well Inspection Services
Because a water well is a private water supply, testing the quality of the water is the responsibility of the property owner. Contaminants from the soil can affect the taste and appearance of the water, as well as its fitness for drinking. Occasionally bacteria can find their way into a well and cause the water to be unsuitable for consumption. It is important to have the water tested at least once a year, after a flood, or when there is a change in the taste or appearance of the water. While this may be done using a do-it-yourself test kit, it is important to contact a qualified professional should the results show any contamination.
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