Delleker Water Tank Rehab

Grizzly Lake CSD in Portola; CA; stores water in a 300;000 gallon storage tank that was built in 2000. It provides approximately 400 households in this severely disadvantaged community with essential domestic water supply and water for emergency fire protection. The Delleker Tank requires repairs to bring it up to meet OSHA; NFPA; AWWA and EPA codes. It is estimated that approximately 4;200;000 gallons of water will be saved annually by repairing the leaks and refurbishing this tank.
Sponsoring Agency
Grizzly Lake CSD
Primary Contact
Jared D. Recasens; Chief Operators
Contact Email
Project Number
Matching Funds
None listed
Total Cost
DAC Benefit
Project Category
Municipal Services
DWR Resource Management Strategies
Conveyance - regional/local, Drinking water treatment and distribution, Economic incentives, Matching water quality to water use
Project Objectives
Address economic challenges of municipal service providers to serve customers, Address water resources and wastewater needs of DACs and Native Americans, Coordinate management of recharge areas and protect groundwater, 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, Work with DWR to develop strategies and actions for the operation of SWP facilities
Project Status
Potential Benefits
Assist the region in adapting to effects of climate change, Disadvantaged Communities, Drought Preparedness, Environmental Justice
Project Owner

To the owner of Delleker Water Tank Rehab

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  • MS-12 1 file Added 26 Aug 2016 Delleker water tank rehab