There is an active boil water notice in effect affecting all Paradise Irrigation District customers: Here's what residents should know.

 


Project Description

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
 Planning  -   -   -  $210,000  -   -  $210,000
 Design  -   -   -  $140,000 -  -  $140,000
 Construction  -   -   -  $100,000 $350,000  -  $450,000
 Total - - - $450,000 $350,000   $800,000

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Funding Source

Project Status

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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

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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
June 2017 May 2017 - Sept. 2017 Sept. 2017 - April 2018 May 2018 - Dec. 2018 -
 

 

Project details updated December 2017

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