MCWD Recycled Waterline Project - Overview
The Mammoth Community Water District is installing recycled water pipelines from the wastewater treatment plant, located near the intersection of Meridian Boulevard and Highway 203, to several large turf areas within Town for irrigation purposes.
The purpose of this project is to help conserve local potable water resources. The amount of potable water that will be made available to the community by this project is approximately 360 acre-feet per year, or the amount of water utilized by about 1,700 residential units each year. The MCWD construction crew has already installed 18,000 feet of pipeline and 9,000 feet of trench since Summer 2008.
The first customer to be served by this project will be Sierra Star Golf Course, likely in the summer of 2010, with Snowcreek Golf Course expected as a customer in the future. Public parks and school playing fields may also be provided recycled water in the future.
Recycled water pipelines were installed along the bike path during the summer of 2008 and line installation will continue on Town roads through summer of 2009.
All Wastewater Treatment Plant upgrades should be complete and approved by April 2009. Then, 5,000 feet of trench and waterline will continue to Sierra Star Gold Course and Snowcreek Golf Course by July 2009. After this, the permitting process will be followed through completion and improvements to infrastructure at each golf course will occur before operations begin in Summer 2010.
For any questions, comments, or concerns about this project, please contact MCWD by phone at 760-934-2596, extension 314.
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