The Corona Department of Water and Power (DWP) provides drinking water to the City and areas within its Sphere of Influence. The DWP water supply comes from local groundwater resources and imported water purchased from the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California and Western Municipal Water District. The City wishes to ensure a long-term sustainable supply of groundwater resources and has therefore proposed its AB 3030-compliant GWMP. The GWMP would include several management strategies that are intended to facilitate a sustainable groundwater resource supply for the City. The components of the GWMP are as follows:
- New and Replacement Water Supply Wells and Wellhead Treatment;
- Groundwater Treatment Process Improvements;
- Groundwater Monitoring Program;
- Enhanced Groundwater Recharge;
- Expanded Use of Recycled Water;
- Use of Imported Water;
- Wastewater Pond Maintenance;
- Coordination with Regulatory Agencies; and
- Water Conservation and Demand Management.
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