In the wake of recent failure of the Oroville Dam Spillway, the Division of Safety of Dams (California Department of Water Resources) is requiring owners of high hazard dams to conduct a comprehensive study of their spillways. PID has two spillways affected by this requirement: one each at Paradise Lake and Magalia Reservoir. Following the detailed analysis, PID will be required to make any required spillway repairs/upgrades that come to light as a result of the study.
Spending Plan (will be updated to reflect necessary spending as a result of study)
|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|
- Neil Essila
- folder Operating Fund
- The District is actively seeking financial assistance for this project.
PID's board considered these alternatives:
There are no alternatives; the California Department of Water Resources, Division of Safety of Dams, requires this study of PID.
Benefits to PID and its Customers
Increased spillway safety.
Anticipated Project Timeline
|June 2017||May 2017 - Sept. 2017||Sept. 2017 - April 2018||May 2018 - Dec. 2018||-|
Initial Spillway Study Video
- pdf May 2017 - Letter from Dept. of Water Resources ordering dam spillway condition assessments (213 KB)
July 2017 - Board awards contract for the development of spillway condition assessment work plans to Genterra Consultants, Inc.
- pdf October 2017 - Board awards contract for phase I spillway condition assessment work plan implementation to Genterra Consultants, Inc. (731 KB)
Project details updated December 2017