Long Term Solutions
already on the forefront of developing local water supplies in order to become
is to further reduce imported water needs from 72% of our potable (drinking
water) needs to 59% by 2015. Camrosa has a 25-year planning horizon with an
emphasis on cooperative efforts with neighboring water districts. The goal is to
continuously work on improving water self-reliance through development of new
local resources and the expansion of the recycled water distribution system.
- Between 1985 and 2008, Camrosa reduced imported water needs by 16% through
local well development.
1990 to 2005, drinking water sales to agriculture were reduced by 37.5% by
replacing it with recycled water.
strategic plan takes into account various factors, including anticipated state
and regional developments that will impact imported water supplies.
Collaboration with other regional water agencies along with improving our local
water resources will result in a long-term solution for drought-proofing our
district, thus continuing to provide our customers with a safe and reliable
long-term solutions include:
of Recycled Water deliveries
- Local Well
- Desalination of
Groundwater and Recycled