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Project Description

 The primary objective of the project is to replace the aging infrastructure and provide necessary redundancy to the District’s water treatment plant.  We will be replacing our existing equalizer tank with one bifurcated cast-in-place concrete tank, giving the treatment plant the ability to take a portion of the tank out of service for any cleaning or repairs and continue plant functions, such as backwashing filters and flushing clarifiers without interruption.

Benefits to PID and its Customers

 Replaces aging infrastructure, provides redundancy at water treatment facility

Anticipated Project Timeline

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Concept Approval
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Planning
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Design
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Construction
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Completion
2022 2022-24 2023-24 2025-2026 2026

 

Project Info

 

 

Project details updated January 2024

 

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Project Description

 Replace the damaged culvert at Henson Road. The project includes hazard mitigation efforts to replace the previously plastic culvert with metal for greater resiliency to future fire related events.

Benefits to PID and its Customers

 Restoration culvert for Henson Road travelers and residents.

Anticipated Project Timeline

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Concept Approval
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Planning
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Design
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Completion
2019 2018-current 2023/2024 2024/2025 2025

 

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Project details updated January 2024

 

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Project Description

This project is designed to replace and repair the water distribution main pipelines and related appurtenances that were damaged and/or contaminated as a result of the 2018 Camp Fire. This includes replacement and/or repairs of 79,466 LF of water main pipe based on initial sampling results and damage assessments performed to date. The project also includes repair of additional leaks resulting from the 2018 Camp Fire, requiring replacement of an estimated 25,570 joint gaskets. The project also includes costs relating to project/construction management. Mainline repair is expected to continue beginning FY2020/21 and is expected to be completed over a 7-year time frame. The hazard mitigation portion of this project includes installation of backflow preventers on all remaining service laterals not covered under project 94496, which includes 5,897 backflow preventer devices, to prevent future contamination of the distribution system in the event of a fire or other emergency. 

Spending Plan

 Project Phase Previous Fiscal Year Expenses  Fiscal Year 15/16  Fiscal Year 16/17  Fiscal Year 17/18  Fiscal Year 18/19  Fiscal Year 19/20 Total
 Planning  -   -   -  - $265,000  -  $265,000
 Design  -   -   -   -  $509,000  -  $509,000
 Construction  -   -   -   -  $11,000,000  -  $11,000,000
 Total - - - - $11,774,000 - $11,774,000

Project Manager

  • Water Works Engineering

Funding Source

  • FEMA Disaster Recovery Funds / Insurance

Project Status

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Benefits to PID and its Customers

Restoration of pipelines damaged during the 2018 Camp Fire. Project includes backflow prevention as mitigation to prevent future damage from wildfire.

Anticipated Project Timeline

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Concept Approval
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Planning
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Design
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Construction
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Completion
2019 2019-2023 2021-23 March 2024  

 

Project Info

  • Main Line Replacement:
    $29,543,360

  • Estimated Leak Repair:

    $31,760,578

  • Backflow Preventer Hazard Mitigation:

    $4,831,142

 

 

Project details updated January 2024

 

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Rebuilds - Service Lateral Replacement Project

Potable water is a requirement to receive a certificate of occupancy on a new build. PID is dedicated to doing the work of replacing fire-damaged service laterals so that you have the clean drinking water you need before final inspection.  Contractors are in place to accelerate service lateral replacements in support of rebuild and temporary housing. The contractor will replace up to 650 service laterals by Spring 2020.

Once the service lateral is replaced PID will mail a letter to the owner on file indicating the water-advisory has been lifted for the property. Billing rates will increase from the 21.49 sealed rate back to the appropriate monthly service charge, currently $42.98 per month for residential customers.

Scheduling is based on successful completion of:

  • Slab Inspection for stick-built homes or
  • an approved permit for manufactured homes.

To keep pace with the rebuild efforts in Paradise, we have increased the number of crews working to replace service lateral replacements. This increase in resources means we can ensure you have clean water by the time you request your final occupancy with the Town of Paradise. Due to lack of resources, we are unable to perform service lateral replacements for lots not currently in the rebuild process.

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