Public Water in Mendocino Village
The village of Mendocino assesses their water situation.
Over the last few years of drought, the village of Mendocino has struggled to keep the water flowing to taps. Dry wells, water imports from adjacent communities and even emergency hauling from as far away as Ukiah has kept this town afloat. The State of California’s Division of Drinking Water and the SAFER program are assessing the situation. Recently appointed, MCCSD board member Donna Feiner and MCCSD Superintendent Ryan Rhoades explain the state’s interest and the obstacles they face.