Glen Ivy Tank Disinfection Project


SCH Number
Public Agency
City of Corona
Document Title
Glen Ivy Tank Disinfection Project
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Document Description
The City of Corona (City) provides water service to residents and businesses within its service area from surface water sources and local groundwater supplies. The City’s Glen Ivy Reservoir site, located at 8965 Glen Ivy Rd, was completed in 1979 and features a 500,000-gallon welded steel potable water storage tank. The cylindrical tank has a diameter of 60 feet and a height of approximately 25 feet. The Project involves reactivating wells, (SW-03, SW-20, SW-21) owned by the City of Corona. The wells deliver groundwater from the Coldwater Basin to the Glen Ivy Reservoir. The Project was reviewed relative to the CEQA Guidelines to determine if it qualifies under a class of projects that has been determined not to have a significant effect on the environment and which may be exempted. The Project meets the criteria for a Class 1 and Class 2 Categorical Exemptions; Section 15301: Existing Facilities and Section 15302: Replacement or Reconstruction.

Contact Information

Dylan Goldsmith
Agency Name
City of Corona - Public Works Department
Job Title
Senior Engineer
Contact Types
Lead/Public Agency


Southern California
Cross Streets
Glen Ivy Road and Temescal Canyon Road
Total Acres
State Highways
Interstate 15
Todd Elementary School
Temescal Wash

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
Section 15301: Existing Facilities; Section 15302: Replacement or Reconstruction
Reasons for Exemption
The proposed Project meets the criteria for the Class 1 exemption as the Project includes reactivating and upgrading well disinfection systems and demolition of the existing 500,000-gallon water storage tank onsite and replacing it with an underground serpentine pipe to perform water treatment processes. The proposed Project improvements meet the criteria for the Class 2 exemption, as the Project would include, the upgrading the well disinfection systems, as well as the replacement of some equipment components that facilitate the operation and function of tanks and wells. The Project also qualifies for this Class 2 exemption as the proposed water infrastructure improvements include the removal of the existing 500,000-gallon water storage tank and the construction of a new underground serpentine pipe to perform water treatment processes in a more efficient manner. Additionally, the Project will include the demolition of the existing wooden auxiliary building onsite and replacing it in-kind with a CMU building, which contains equipment that supports water treatment systems.
County Clerk


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