WATER                   SEWER                    STORM WATER                  STREET LIGHTING                


The office is open from 8:30 a.m.- 4:45 p.m. and closed for lunch 12:30-1:30 p.m Monday-Friday.       

Click here-Annual Rate Report 2024-2025, details each Moss Landing parcel within the Distirct with a wastewater collection fee and the annual fee for wastewater collection for that parcel.  Public Hearing June 18, 2024 District Office  4:30 p.m.

Current Water Usage Rates  & Water/Sewer Connection Fees as of 2020

Click here for Current Board Agenda                                                  


Residential Water Disconnection Policy

Politica de Desconexion del Servicio de Agua Residencial

Conservation Emergency Regulations Level I Effective Until December 31, 2023 

Normas de Conservacion de Emergencia a un Nivel I Hasta 31 de Diceimbre de 2023.

Castroville Community Services District (CCSD)        (866) 803-2456

11499 Geil St. 

Castroville CA. 95012 


8:30 am to 4:45 pm. Monday - Friday. Closed for lunch 12:30-1:30p.m.

24 Hour Emergency Service:

T : (831)-633-2560


 District Vision Statement

Dedicated to inclusive community involvement and providing excellent customer service while being recognized as a leading resource for enhancing the community of Castroville.



Drinking Water - Water Services

The Board of Directors Meetings are held on the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 4:30 p.m. in the District conference room.

The mission statement of the Castroville Community Services District is to provide quality services to the community at the highest standard and in the most cost effective manner.


About the District


The Castroville Community Services District (CCSD) was formerly the Castroville Water District, a Special District formed in 1952 under the County Water District Act for the purpose of installing and operating a water supply and distribution system for Castroville. The Castroville Water District merged with CSA 14 to become the Castroville Community Services District in 2008 and is governed by California Government Code and regulated by the State of California Department of Public Health. The District is a public agency governed by a five (5) member elected Board of Directors. The District provides services to customers within its boundaries in the Castroville area serving a portion of Monterey County. Services provided include water, sewer, storm water, street lighting, (open space maintenance, street maintenance in Moro Cojo only) and recreational facilities. The CCSD approximately serves 2,145 residential, commercial, and industrial customers. The population of Castroville is approximately about 7,000.


Castroville is an unincorporated community surrounded by artichokes, located at the foot of the Salinas Valley in Northern Monterey County. Castroville is about 104 miles south of San Francisco and halfway between Monterey and Santa Cruz. Two major highways: 183 and 156 serves the area.

Castroville, California.

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