- Los Vaqueros Reservoir expansion seeks $434 million in state funding from Proposition 1
- Pasadena’s Tetra Tech contracted for technical support of EPA’s Watershed Protection Program
- DWR’s Joel Ledesma provides Oroville Dam crisis overview at Water Conference
- San Bernardino County Water Conference honors 18 Inland Empire H2O Heroes
- City of San Diego assessed $3.2 million for failing to protect waterways from loose sediment
All posts tagged "infrastructure"
City of Lakewood partners with FATHOM for Advance Metering Infrastructure to reduce water loss
The Los Angeles County city of Lakewood has announced a new partnership with Phoenix-based FATHOM Water Management, Inc. for their complete suite of software and managed services solutions. This includes the installation and financing of FATHOM’s Advanced...
- Posted August 13, 2017
San Diego County Water Authority approved to begin four-mile section of Pipeline Relining Program
An additional four miles of large-diameter pipeline has been approved by the San Diego County (SDC) Water Authority Board of Directors for rehabilitation as part of the agency’s Pipeline Relining Program. The $28.6 million, 82-mile total project...
- Posted August 1, 2017
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to partner with Santa Clara Valley WD for Coyote Creek feasibility study
The headlines, photos, videos and social media posts of the destruction from the flooding of Coyote Creek in Santa Clara County from February of this year were profound. Some 14,000 people were evacuated from their San Jose...
- Posted July 27, 2017
San Francisco Public Utilities Commission invests in plan to upgrade aging sewer infrastructure
San Francisco’s Public Utilities Commission has launched a 20-year, multi-billion-dollar plan to upgrade the city’s aging sewer infrastructure beginning with the selection of the design-build contractor for a comprehensive automation project to modernize its Southeast Treatment Plant....
- Posted July 19, 2017
Metropolitan Water District Board awards $13.9 million to construct Recycled Water Demonstration Facility
The Board of Director for the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California voted earlier this week to award a $13.9 million contract for the construction of an advanced water treatment demonstration facility that will take treated wastewater...
- Posted July 14, 2017
Dublin San Ramon Services District to build a fourth anaerobic digester at wastewater treatment plant
Responding to the growth in the local community, the Dublin San Ramon Services District’s (DSRSD) Board of Directors has opted to move forward with plans to build a fourth anaerobic digester and a receiving station for fats,...
- Posted July 5, 2017
San Diego County Water Authority poll shows high level of public confidence in water reliability
A recent poll of 1,001 adults in San Diego County has shown a high level of public confidence in the reliability of the San Diego region’s water supply. The poll, conducted by Probe Research between May 3...
- Posted July 2, 2017
California WaterFix and Delta Tunnels receive federal authorization to move forward with next steps
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) and the National Marine Fisheries Service (NOAA Fisheries), the two federal agencies that implement the Endangered Species Act (ESA), issued biological opinions on Monday that the construction and operations of...
- Posted June 28, 2017
Los Angeles receives 4 million grant for San Fernando Valley Stormwater Capture Project
A grant of up to $4,000,000 has been authorized by the board of the State Coastal Conservancy to the city of Los Angles for the San Fernando Valley Stormwater Capture Project. The funds will be used for...
- Posted June 24, 2017
Presidential Permit allows Otay Water District to build a cross-border water project
Otay Water District (OWD) was recently granted a presidential permit to build an approximately four-mile potable water pipeline at the International Boundary between the United States and Mexico in San Diego County. The new pipeline would connect...
- Posted June 21, 2017