Case Study: Sonoma County Water & Casitas Water

Leading Digital for California Water Agencies

Leading Digital for California Water Agencies



Website design, custom content management system, digital process management, newsletter design & management, analytics reporting, dark site/emergency alert functionality, application development.

We worked with several California water agencies to lead their digital presence as well as converting paper based applications and processes to digital solutions.

Our clients included Sonoma County Water Agency, Casitas Water, and the Sonoma County Energy Independence Program.

“WebLift was very flexible and customized the content management system to fit our needs. The CMS makes it easy for us to add new pages, edit existing pages, and change the structure of the site on our own. We’ve also been very impressed by WebLift’s customer service skills. They are very quick and responsive, and are clear in their communication about the expected timeline for pending requests.” SCWA Team

Services Provided

We created dynamic agency websites featuring RSS feeds, user-friendly CMS system so agency employees could add and edit website content, user information collection with database storage, events calendar, video player, photo gallery, custom maps, energy use and cost calculators, e-newsletter with distribution, and private login areas.

In addition, we also create a dark site/emergency alert component so the counties could communicate with residents in the event of a water emergency.

  • Complete Website Design
  • Custom Content Management System
  • RSS Feeds
  • Digital Process Management for County Program Management
  • Newsletter Design & Management
  • Analytics Reporting
  • Custom Development
  • Dark Site/Emergency Alert Functionality

“WebLift has accommodated our website project team’s demanding request to date. They provided us with an impressive set of evolving mock-ups based on our extensive feedback. Our initial expectations have been met and we are anticipating a successful end product,” ~Ron Merckling, Public Affairs Manager, Casitas Municipal Water District.