Capital Improvement Projects

Facilities Master Plan

In 2008, Monte Vista Water District began implementation of a comprehensive plan that was developed to update water production, storage and distribution infrastructure. With some of the District's facilities more than 70 years old, there is a great need for rehabilitation or replacement.

The Facilities Master Plan outlines various capital improvement projects to be completed over a 30-year time frame at a cost of approximately $100 million. A comprehensive financial master plan has been developed to provide funding mechanisms for on-going implementation of the plan and to define on-going service rates.

Results

The improvements to the water production and water distribution systems are resulting in:

  • Increased efficiency of operations
  • Reduction of long term costs
  • Central Avenue Part B Pipeline ProjectImprovement of water quality and water reliability
  • Ability to meet regulatory requirements

Identified Projects

The projects identified include:

  • Pipeline relining or replacement
  • Seismic improvements
  • Booster pump rehabilitation or replacement
  • Central Avenue Part A Pipeline ProjectReservoir rehabilitation or replacement
  • Water quality improvements
  • Well rehabilitation and replacement
  • Water supply enhancement and development