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Our Master Plan is a comprehensive planning document identifying existing and future planned water supply sources, demands and a list of capital projects necessary to assure consistent and effective operations of the water system. 

Simply put, we have a plan to make sure our customers have what they need, when they need it. We use data and history to identify potential problem areas and schedule repairs before a problem occurs, when possible, to maintain service. We also construct new projects and install pipelines where necessary. 

Portions of our system are quite old and experiencing an increase in leaks, service disruptions and potential entry points for contamination of the system. Ongoing repair costs and the value of water lost, plus increased risk to the safety and integrity of the water supply make funding pipeline replacement a priority for the agency.

If you have seen us out and about working in the community, this is the place you can read up on what we are doing. 

PLANNED PROJECTS

ABANDON RESERVOIR 2
Estimated Cost: $150,000
Reservoir 2 is outdated, undersized and in a location that no longer works within the overall water distribution system.  It will be abandoned and dismantled.
Planning : July-September 2017
Project Design: November 2017-February 2018
Bid: March 2018
Construction: April-May 2018

PUMP STATION 16
Estimated Cost: $350,000

Purchase and install package pump station to boost pressure to residences in the vicinity of Reservoir, plus provide additional pumping capacity to lift water to Reservoir 4.
Planning: January 2017
Design: August-September 2017
Bid: Early October 2017
Construction: October-November 2017

RESERVOIR 11
Estimated Cost: $7-9 million
Design and construct a 3 million gallon concrete wire wrapped cylindrical tank at 147th Ave and Faris St.
Design: Began November 2016 - January 2018
Bid: January 2018
Construction: April 2018-August 2019

REPLACEMENT OF 10" CAST IRON MAIN IN BOY SCOUT LODGE ROAD
Estimated cost $350,000

Replace 1200 feet of 10" cast iron main to Reservoir 4 with 12" ductile iron pipe.
Planning: July-August 2017
Design: September 2017-January 2018
Bid: February 2018
Construction: April-May 2018

PUMP STATION 15 STANDBY GENERATOR
Estimated cost $300,000

Installation of a natural gas generator at Pump Station 15 to provide emergency back up power.
Planning: September-December 2017
Design: December 2017-February 2018
Bid: March 2018
Construction: April-June 2018

GRAMOR WELL REHABILITATION
Estimated Cost: $100,000

Rehab existing non-potable irrigation well - scour casing, replace pump and motor, install variable frequency drive and add a pneumatic tank for pressure equalization.
Planning: October 2017-January 2018
Design: January-March 2018
Bid: April 2018
Construction: May-June 2018

AMERON HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION WATERLINE REPLACEMENT
Estimated Cost: $550,000

Replace 4100 feet of corroded 6" ductile iron main and 250 feet of 4" PVC with new 6" class 52 ductile iron main.
Schedule TBD

SUNNYCREEK SUBDIVISION WATERLINE REPLACEMENT
Estimated Cost: $400,000

Replace 3200 feet of corroded 6" ductile iron main with new 6" class 52 ductile iron main.
Planning: October-December 2017
Design: January-March 2018
Bid: April 2018
Construction: May-July 2018

ZONE 3/5 RESERVOIR AND TRANSMISSION IMPROVEMENT
Estimated Cost: $1,000,000

Replace 1650 feet of 12" cast iron and 1400 feet of corroded 8" ductile iron main with 12" ductile iron main to Reservoir 3 and 5. Replace cast iron inlet/outlet to Reservoir 3 with class 50 ductile iron inlet/outlet, and add a seismic valve at Reservoir 5.
Planning: October-December 2017
Design: January-June 2018
Bid: June 2018
Construction: July-august 2018

CRW 152ND RESERVOIR JOINT PROJECT
Estimated Cost: $1,500,000

Partnership with CRW to design and construct a 6 million gallon concrete wire wrapped tank.  The new reservoir will provide additional storage to meet pumping requirements during peak demand periods and provide additional treated water storage for emergency events.
Design: Began October 2016-November 2017
Bid: December 2017-March 2018
Construction: April 2018-August 2019

SUNRIDGE TANK REPAIR STUDY
Estimated Cost: $20,000

Conduct an engineering study to evaluate the viability of repairs of a leaking concrete reservoir.
Planning: March-June 2018

PLEASANT VALLEY GOLF COURSE WELL
Estimated Cost: 150,000

Investigate the possible purchase of an existing well for limited use.
Schedule: To Be Determined

SCOTT MOUNTAIN SUBDIVISION WATERLINE REPLACEMENT
Estimated Cost: $500,000

Replace 1700 feet of corroded class 50 ductile iron main with properly bedded class 52 ductile iron main.
Schedule: TBD

SUNRIDGE PNEUMATIC PRESSURE ZONE REHAB
Estimated Cost: $75,000

Replace pneumatic system and add back-up power.
Schedule: TBD

Last updated: 1/8/2018 3:24:13 PM