Pump Station R3000 would pump recycled water to the existing Reservoir R3000, providing recycled water to areas north of the pump station (i.e., parts of the San Ramon, Danville, and Blackhawk communities). Approximately 5,500 square feet (sf) of property is needed to accommodate the 1,200 sf pump station building, electrical structures, 30-foot antenna, parking, fencing, landscaping, and retaining walls. The pump station building would be approximately 21 feet above grade. The pump station would consist of four 350 horsepower vertical turbine pumps with a combined capacity of approximately 5.6 million gallons per day. New 12 to 16-inch diameter supply and discharges pipelines would connect the pump station to existing recycled water pipelines in Dougherty Road. Of the two potential sites analyzed in the Project's Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration (IS/MND), the East Bay Municipal Utility District Board of Directors selected Site A2 (adjacent to the west side of Dougherty Road, south of the Dougherty Road and Red Willow Road Intersection) as the project location. The Board's approval of the Project included the aesthetic design revisions described in Master Response 4 of the Final IS/MND, including a darker tiled roof,
additional evergreen shrubbery, and removal of initially proposed security fencing. More information on the project, including a comprehensive project description, can be found in the IS/MND at: https://www.ebmud.com/index.php/download-file/force/7500/2235/?Final Mitigated Negative Declaration-Pump Station R3000.pdf/.