Inside The Reports
This reports provide information on the quality of the water provided to residents and personnel who worked aboard Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton (MCB CamPen). Included are details about where the water comes from, what it contains, and how it compares to established drinking water standards.
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Drinking Water Sources
Unlike most of Southern California, which relies on imported water supplies, nearly all of MCB CamPen’s drinking water comes from local groundwater sources. Wells located on the base supply water to all portions of MCB CamPen except for San Mateo Point Housing, which receives water from the South Coast Water District. Residents of San Mateo Point Housing should receive a consumer confidence report from this off-base water supplier.
Water Service Areas
MCB CamPen provides water to the base through one of two drinking water systems:
Northern Water System: Services all areas north of Las Pulgas Road except for the 43 Area and San Mateo Point housing. Wells located in the San Onofre and San Mateo River basins supply water to this water system.
Southern Water System: Services the 43 Area and all areas south and southeast of Las Pulgas Road. Wells located in the Las Pulgas and Santa Margarita River basins supply water to this water system.