The project proposes to replace two existing deteriorating 100,000 gallon redwood water tanks that provide water for domestic consumption and emergency fire control. The tanks are part of a gravity based water system situated at an elevation of 895 ft within the Castlewood County Service Area zone 2. The two existing tanks are approx 6 ft apart and set back 9-10 ft from the downhill top of slope with approx 5-ft high retaining walls. The new tanks will be located on the same footprint of the existing tanks after demolition.
Water Facilities (tank replacement Type, (2)100K gal MGD)
Other ActionOther Action: public works
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