Western’s comprehensive report of Capital Improvement and Facilities Plan (CIFP) sets immediate capital priorities for the two-year period, while forecasting project needs over a five-year span.
Western recognizes the ever-changing environment of water reliability. To confront modern challenges and continue delivering safe, reliable, high-quality services, Western is committed to cost-effective and innovative solutions to ensure long-term water supply for our region. Studying and understanding drought conditions, advanced preparation for natural disasters, and anticipating fluctuating demands helped to create this well-rounded plan. The capital projects listed within will create, maintain, and improve the systems that serve customers.
Take a look at the map below to see Western Water's various projects and facilities. To get a closer look at each location, use the zoom function to view the specific details.
The District operates 117 pumps with a total horsepower of 17,650. The system encompasses nearly 600 miles of pipeline, ranging in diameter from 4 to 60 inches. The 35 water storage reservoirs have a capacity of roughly 76 million gallons. The largest is the Orangecrest Reservoir, which can store up to 12.5 million gallons of water.
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