Casitas serves an area of approximately 150 square miles, of which a current population of approximately 63,000 people, and approximately 6,000 acres of agricultural lands are supplied with water. Casitas' water supply consists of runoff from the Coyote Creek watershed above Lake Casitas and runoff from the Ventura River, which is diverted at the Robles Diversion Facilities and conveyed to Lake Casitas.
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