Rancho San Joaquin Maintenance District

Supervisorial District 2

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Rancho San Joaquin Maintenance District

District Formed in 1956 | Currently serves 53 properties

San Joaquin County Public Works
1810 E. Hazelton Avenue
Stockton, CA 95205
8am-12pm & 1pm-5pm M-F
Maintenance issues: (209) 468-3090
Other Questions: (209) 468-3000

The following are the services provided and the rates charged for the 2023-2024 fiscal year (per Single Family Equivalent):

  • Water - $1,473 annual flat rate for residential properties
  • Swimming Pool Refill - Water rate for regular customers: $5.27 per 1,000 gallons; and out-of-area water rate: $7.91 per 1,000 gallons
  • Street Lighting - $20 annual rate
  • Storm Drainage - $30 annual rate

RATE INCREASE INFO - A rate increase proposal was approved that became effective July 2020 and allows for inflationary adjustments through fiscal year 2024-25. Please see the links below for more information on this increase.

  • Rancho San Joaquin Backup Generator Project

    Public Works is currently working on a new Back-up Generator Project for the Rancho San Joaquin Maintenance. Water is supplied to the District by a primary well. In the event the primary well fails, a secondary well provides water. However, during power failures both wells become non-operational, requiring Public Works staff to deploy a mobile power generator to provide electricity. During these events, District customers can experience water service interruptions. To mitigate this situation Public Works will be installing a new back-up generator for the District.

    The Project consists of installing a new natural gas emergency power generator, gas line, gas meter, concrete pads, electrical wiring, power, control, sound attenuation enclosure, and instrumentation at the primary well site.


    Funding for the project will be paid through the Integrated Regional Water Management (IRWM) grant that was secured by San Joaquin County Public Works Staff.

    Project Start Date

    Fall 2024

    Project Location

    description See attached link


Financial Information

Rancho San Joaquin MD - Revenue And Expenses

The fund balance chart below shows how much money your district has saved for operating and capital replacement reserves. Your reserves are used to cover unanticipated operating expense increases, as well as pay for planned/anticipated future projects to replace or repair your system components. One time increases in fund balance between 2010 and 2012 are due to a transfer from reserves when the reserve and operating funds were combined.

Rancho San Joaquin MD - Fund Balances