SCH Number 2020099018
- Golf Course Water Recycling and Turf Care Facility
- The City of Coronado (City) is proposing to implement the proposed Golf Course Water Recycling and Turf Care Facility Project (project), which entails construction and operation of a new recycled water supply facility (the Satellite Water Recycling Facility [SWRF]) and Turf Care Facility (TCF) at the existing Coronado Municipal Golf Course (Golf Course) in the southeastern portion of the city. The SWRF and TCF would be collocated. Recycled water produced by the SWRF would be used to irrigate the Golf Course and other public landscape in the City, replacing its current use of potable water. Pump stations and pipelines necessary to connect the SWRF to the existing municipal wastewater transmission system and to distribute recycled water would be constructed, including several miles of new recycled water pipeline to be owned and operated by the California American Water Company, which would be located within existing City streets. The TCF would consolidate and replace existing maintenance facilities, including office and employee facilities, a maintenance workshop, and equipment storage. A pond for storing treated water would be constructed within the Golf Course, and the project would also reconfigure certain Golf Course holes to accommodate the proposed facilities. The project’s primary purpose is to reduce potable water usage and wastewater conveyance and treatment needs by producing and distributing high-quality recycled water for use as public landscape irrigation. The project would also improve maintenance capabilities at the Golf Course by replacing aging existing facilities with the proposed TCF.
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