Construction of a new, 4 mile long, municipal well water transmission main within Van Ness Ave and related development of groundwater wells at three sites, to distribute fresh well water into the city's water system. Water from the 3 well sites will be stored and treated at the existing reservoir and pump station complex located at 2223 Border Ave (site no. 4). Site no. 1 (185th St, west of Purche Ave) and site no. 2 (west end of La Carretera Park) contain existing drilled pilot wells, to be further developed. Site no. 3 (southwest corner of Descanso Park) is proposed to be developed as a new well site. The development of each well site is proposed to incorporate new electric well pumps and related equipment, comparable to that of existing municipal water wells currently in operation throughout the city.
Water Facilities (Type watermain, wells, MGD 4.87)
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