The Project consists of extending the water mains from the Cal Water Visalia Service Area into the Community of West Goshen. The Project includes installing approximately 6,500 feet of an 8-inch Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) water main, approximately 2,200 feet of a 12-inch Ductile Iron Pipe (DIP) water main, approximately 53 metered service connections (main to meters), approximately 4,400 feet of private service lines, and approximately 20 back flow preventers and the destruction of approximately ten wells. Also, five wells that supplied seven households are currently dry. In addition, all the wells (12) that supply 27 households have exceeded the maximum contaminant level (MCL) for one or more of the following constituents: nitrate, uranium, and 1,2,3-Tricholopropane. The community is currently relying on hauled water or water from neighboring properties. The Project will provide a sustainable source of water for the Community of West Goshen during drought conditions and also provides a reliable/safe drinking source for all West Goshen residents. Further, this Project is consistent with the West Goshen Hamlet Plan 2017 (adopted via Tulare County Board of Supervisors Resolution 2017-0976, December 5, 2017) to increase water system improvement (e.g., water distribution piping, storage tank, other appurtenances) as funding becomes available. This project is supported by California Water Service Company (Cal Water); the current provider of water service following consolidation with the former West Goshen Mutual Water Company.