The Otay Water District owns approximately 70 acres near the intersection of Jamacha and Campo Roads in San Diego County. Approximately 15 acres of this site currently contain three drinking water reservoirs; two aboveground (1.6 million gallons (MG) capacity, and a 5 MG capacity) and one below ground reservoir (20 MG capacity). On this site the District is proposing to install; approximately 3,600 lineal feet of 42-inch diameter pipeline.
Water Facilities (Type Reservoirs, MGD 2-10 MG capacity)
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