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The Davis Woodland Water Supply Project

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The Davis Woodland Water Supply Project will provide 12 million gallons per day (MGD) of surface water from the Sacramento River to Davis water customers and 18 MGD to Woodland customers. The Davis water system now relies solely on groundwater. When the Project is completed, the City's water system will primarily use surface water and continue to use groundwater when water demand is at its highest. The Project includes the construction, operation and maintenance of a water intake facility (that would take water from the Sacramento River), and a water treatment facility and pipelines. A joint powers authority, the Woodland Davis Clean Water Agency (WDCWA) was created with Woodland in 2009 to implement this project. A description of the Project is available at www.wdcwa.com. The water intake facility will be built and operated in conjunction with Reclamation District (RD) No. 2035 and replace RD 2035's current intake facility. The water treatment facility and pipelines will be constructed, owned and operated by WDCWA for the benefit of Davis and Woodland. The two cities will continue to independently operate their individual water systems.  Davis, Woodland and RD 2035 will each fund its pro rata share of the Project.

Surface Water Presentation - May 5, 2016 Community Meeting

Woodland-Davis Clean Water Agency

The Woodland-Davis Clean Water Agency is a join Powers authority established by the Cities of Woodland and Davis to Develop a Sustainable, High-Quality Water Supply.

To find out more about this agency click on the link below:
Woodland-Davis Clean Water Agency

Additional Information about the Davis Water Quality Improvement Project