Bear Valley Water District - Wastewater Treatment Facility Outfall and Tertiary Facilities Improvement Project
MND - Mitigated Negative Declaration
Present Land Use
CS-12, Sewage Treatment
Bear Valley Water District is the primary wastewater service provider for the Bear Valley resort area. The District's wastewater treatment and disposal facilities are permitted by the Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board, United States Forest Service, Alpine County, and the Department of Water Resources. For the District to exercise the newly adopted NPDES permit, several improvements are required including: (1) construction of Outfall 01 to Bloods Creek, (2) construction of tertiary facilities, and (3) construction of a diffuser in Bloods Creek for certain water quality requirements, if necessary. In addition to these projects, the District will be making modifications.
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