In order to provide additional local water reliability, Mesa Water District proposes to tow groundwater well sites in the city of Santa Ana. Proposed Wells No. 12 No. 14 would be constructed within a 0.43-acre site and a 0.46-acre site respectively. Each well site will include a well building, electrical building, SCE transformer, chemical storage area, emergency backup generator, and a well water waste air gap. The wells will require the construction of approx 4,500 ft of pipeline to connect to Mesa Water District's existing system. Construction is anticipated to begin in the third quarter of 2020 fiscal year and last approx 20 months. Once operational, Wells No. 12 and No. 14 can potentially provide an additional 6-8 million gallons per day of safe and reliable drinking water.
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