Water Storage Project
Construct a one (1) million gallon water storage tank to bring the Westwood Community Services District (WWCSD) up to minimum state requirements: the Waterworks Standards require systems with less than 1;000 service connections to have source and storage capacity equal to or greater than the maximum day demand (MDD). As shown in the Inspection Report; the District?s treated water storage capacity is insufficient to meet its estimated MDD. The District has one active water source and one 500;000 water storage tank; and therefore does not have a second source of supply or sufficient storage to meet the source/storage capacity criteria.
DWR Resource Management Strategies
Economic incentives, Outreach and engagement, Surface storage - regional/local, Water and culture
Address economic challenges of municipal service providers to serve customers, Address water resources and wastewater needs of DACs and Native Americans, Encourage municipal service providers to participate in regional water management actions, Enhance public awareness and understanding of water management issues and needs, Improve efficiency and reliability of water supply and infrastructure, Maximize agricultural, environmental, and municipal water use efficiency, Reduce potential for catastrophic wildland fires in the region
To the owner of Water Storage Project
- MS-36 1 file Added 27 Aug 2016 Water storage project