The purpose of this project is to automate a manual process whereby JCSD operational staff manually close the inlet/outlet valve for Tank A to prevent the tank from fully draining as a full drain of the tank would require an extensive disinfection process. In order to automate the existing process, JCSD proposes to install a SCADA (Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition) capable control valve within an underground vault at the Sunnyslope Tank A site. Automating the existing manual process would reduce the risk of a full drain of Tank A and would maximize the existing water storage capacity for JCSD’s 1100-feet Pressure Zone. Installing the SCADA capable control valve will allow for the valve to be remotely operated and eliminate trips to the project site. Installation of the control valve and associated conduits and wiring will not have any impact on the storage capacity of Tank A. The project consists of trenching, backfill, and compaction work to facilitate the installation of the new control valve, vault and conduits. Restoration of surfaces to their original condition will be performed as well as protection and support of existing above and below grade facilities and utilities. All work will take place at JCSD’s Sunnyslope Reservoir Site.