Are You Ready for the Revisions to California’s Safe Drinking Water Act?

Are You Ready for the Revisions to California’s Safe Drinking Water Act?

February 6 2017

Providing safe, reliable water is becoming a greater challenge in California.

  • Identify public water systems within three miles.
  • Discuss the feasibility of annexing, connecting, supplying, or purchasing water related to adjacent public water systems.
  • Discuss actions taken to obtain water from an existing public water system.
  • Identify the sources of water for the proposed new public water system.
  • Estimate the cost to construct, operate, and maintain the proposed new water system.
  • Cost comparison constructing and operating a new water supply system with connection to an existing public water system.
  • Hydrogeologic analysis of the proposed new water system’s capability to meet water supply demands during normal dry water years over a 20-year period.
  • Any other information required by the local agency.

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