Land zoning designations for the parcels are agricultural ranchlands. surrounding land uses include grazing, water storage, etc.
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Project includes construction and operation of a new dam and reservoir, pump station, conveyance facilities, and related miscellaneous infrastructure (e.g., access roads). The new dam and reservoir would be constructed on Pacheco Creek 0.5 mile upstream from the existing North Fork Dam, and would inundate most of the existing Pacheco Reservoir. The proposed total storage for the new reservoir is 141,600 acre-feet, with an active storage of up to 140,800 acre-feet. Water will be collected in the new reservoir during the winter months from runoff from the local watershed area, and diversion of Central Valley Projects supplies from Pacheco Pipeline, when needed.
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