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In 1965 the San Diego County Board of Supervisors authorized a formation election.  The vote was 28 to 2 in favor of formation and the Canebrake County Water District was thereafter duly organized and a Board of directors elected.

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The Canebrake County Water District currently services 79 meters with 30,000 lineal feet of piping.  It maintains 2 wells and 2 storage tanks.

A key characteristic and important tradition of the Canebrake County Water District is the volunteer support provided by community members to perform tasks large and small required to keep water flowing.