Scotts Valley Fire District 7 Erba Ln, Scotts Valley, CA95066 The Scotts Valley Fire District serves approximately 18,600 people in a 22-square-mile area. It is an autonomous special…More district and receives all its funding from property taxes. The district has two fire stations in the city and is governed by a board of directors made up of five elected members. The board meets on the second Wednesday of each month at 7pm in the Scotts Valley City Council Chambers.
City of Scotts Valley Public Works Department 701 Lundy Ln, Scotts Valley, CA95066 This branch of the local government deals with engineering, wastewater, maintenance and recreation. It oversees city…More building projects and traffic control, as well as keeping the parks looking good. This group reviews land development proposals and interface information with the city council and public. This location also serves as the wastewater treatment plant for the city.
The city of Scotts Valley was incorporated in 1966 and is now home to roughly 11,680 residents. It is in Santa Cruz…More County, just six miles north of the city of Santa Cruz and 26 miles southwest of San Jose. Nestled in the redwoods of the Santa Cruz Mountains, Scotts Valley has a rich history that goes back 124 years to when Hiriam D. Scott bought the San Augustin Rancho, known today as Scotts Valley, for $20,000.
The Scotts Valley Civic Center is home to the offices of City Manager Stephen H. Ando, City Clerk Tracy A. Ferrara and the city council chambers.
The elected, five-member city council is led by Mayor Dene Bustichi and includes council members Jim Reed, Stephany Aguilar, Randy Johnson, and Donna Lind. The council meets on the first and third Wednesday of the month at 6pm in the council chambers.