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					        System   Project   Bonus     Project   System      Borrower Name/
          No.      No.     Points   Category    Type        System Name
PPL#
       5510013   010           40 B            C        TUD - Columbia Water System
 1
       1900679   001           35 B            P        RANCHO LOS AMIGOS MEDICAL CENTER
 2
       0310003   007           30 B            C        ACWA Sutter Creek
 3
       5410006   003           25 B            C        Lindsay, City of
 4
       1900801   003           20 B            C        COLORADO MUTUAL
 5
       5200506   001           20 B            P        Plum Valley Elem School
 6
       1600013   001           15 B            P        LAKESIDE UNION SCHOOL
 7
       3400137   001           10 B            C        LINCOLN CHAN-HOME RANCH
 8
       3701934   004           10 B            C        PINE VALLEY BIBLE CONFERENCE CENTER
 9
       0310003   001           10 B            C        ACWA Sutter Creek
 10
       2210921   003            0B             C        Whispering Pines Apartments
 11
       5800807   001            0B             C        AERO PINES ASSOCIATION
 12
       2700509   001            0B             C        OAK MANOR WS
 13
       1900903   002            0B             C        SLEEPY VALLEY WATER CO., INC.
 14
       1900946   001            0B             C        PALMDALE TRAILER PARK
 15
       1910023   003            0B             C        AVERYDALE MWC
 16
       5510013   005            0B             C        TUD - Columbia Water System
 17
       0900591   002            0B             N        NORTH ECHO SUMMIT WATER ASSOCIATION
 18
       0011123   001            0B             U        T.U.D. Mountian Boy Ditch Conveyance
 19
       0011120   001            0B             U        T.U.D. Ditch Conveyance Conversion
 20
       5510013   009           40 C            C        TUD - Columbia Water System
 21
       0300037   003           35 C            C        LAKE AMADOR RECREATION AREA
 22
       0300053   002           30 C            C        Rancho Del Oro MHP
 23
       1400098   009           25 C            C        Darwin Community Services District
 24
       5400506   004           25 C            C        NO KAWEAH MUTUAL WATER CO
 25
       5410038   005           25 C            C        Terra Bella Irrigation District - TBT
 26
       0310003   008           25 C            C        ACWA Sutter Creek
 27
       0310003   010           25 C            C        ACWA Sutter Creek
 28
       5500354   002           20 C            C        COLUMBIA HILLS APARTMENTS
 29
     3110010   003   20 C   C   Tahoe City PUD - Main
30
     1310005   002   20 C   C   Holtville, City of
31
     1310005   003   20 C   C   Holtville, City of
32
     4900568   001   15 C   C   Valley Ford Water Association
33
     2910006   020   15 C   C   Nevada ID - Loma Rica
34
     2910006   015   15 C   C   Nevada ID - Loma Rica
35
     2910006   012   15 C   C   Nevada ID - Loma Rica
36
     2910004   012   15 C   C   Nevada ID - E. George, Banner Mountain
37
     2701279   001   10 C   C   COASTLANDS MWS (POST CREEK)
38
     0310002   001   10 C   C   AWA, City of Ione
39
     1900904   003   10 C   P   ACTON CONSERVATION CAMP # 11
40
     1900007   002   10 C   P   CALIFORNIA CONSERVATION CAMP # 14
41
     1900901   004   10 C   P   FIRE SUPPRESSION CAMP 19
42
     5000243   001   10 C   N   FRANK RAINES PARK OHV
43
     0310012   005    5C    C   ACWA Buckhorn Plant
44
     4200579   001    0C    C   ROSARIO PARK WATER SYSTEM
45
     4200579   004    0C    C   ROSARIO PARK WATER SYSTEM
46
     1200517   001    0C    C   Kimtu Meadows MWC
47
     2701278   002    0C    C   RANCHO CHAPARRAL MWC
48
     3110032   004    0C    C   Lake Forest Utility Company, Inc.
49
     2600622   001    0C    C   SIERRA EAST HOME. ASSOC.
50
     3110032   001    0C    C   Lake Forest Utility Company, Inc.
51
     4400528   002    0C    C   LAUREL COMMUNITY LEAGUE
52
     3500503   002    0C    C   Harmony Hills Water System
53
     2701263   003    0C    C   PARTINGTON RIDGE MWC
54
     5304501   003    0C    C   Riverview Acres Water System
55
     2300663   003    0C    C   Harwood Water System
56
     2701898   002    0C    C   CLEAR RIDGE WA
57
     4810025   005    0C    C   SID-Pleasant Hills Ranch
58
     4300520   001    0C    C   Idylwild Water System
59
     5410052   001   0C   C   LSID - El Rancho
60
     2700992   001   0C   C   MILLER S LODGE WS
61
     4400581   001   0C   C   OLYMPIA MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
62
     1200501   003   0C   C   Alderpoint County Water
63
     3110042   002   0C   C   Tahoe Swiss Village Utility
64
     3110042   001   0C   C   Tahoe Swiss Village Utility
65
     3110042   003   0C   C   Tahoe Swiss Village Utility
66
     4400631   001   0C   C   LAS CUMBRES MUTUAL WATER CO
67
     4100533   002   0C   C   SKYLONDA MUTUAL
68
     5310003   001   0C   C   Trinity Center M.W.C.         .
69
     5310003   002   0C   C   Trinity Center M.W.C.         .
70
     3110018   003   0C   C   Tahoe Park Water Company
71
     3110041   004   0C   C   Midway Heights C. W. D.
72
     4410016   002   0C   C   Forest Lakes MWC
73
     4010024   001   0C   C   SLO CWWD NO. 23 - SANTA MARGARITA
74
     0300037   002   0C   C   LAKE AMADOR RECREATION AREA
75
     2910014   005   0C   C   Nevada ID - Lake of Pines
76
     4210013   001   0C   C   SOLVANG WATER DEPARTMENT
77
     4210020   003   0C   C   Santa Ynez River Water Cons. Dist. ID#1
78
     5410006   006   0C   C   Lindsay, City of
79
     0910001   007   0C   C   El Dorado ID - Main
80
     0910001   010   0C   C   El Dorado ID - Main
81
     0910001   009   0C   C   El Dorado ID - Main
82
     3701478   001   0C   P   PHOENIX HOUSE FOUNDATION, INC.
83
     1900011   001   0C   P   CAMPS SCOTT & SCUDDER
84
     1909644   001   0C   N   AZUSA SPRINGS WATER SYSTEM
85
     3100034   003   0C   N   BIG BEND WATER USERS ASSOCIATION
86
     1900764   001   0C   N   HENNINGER FLATS
87
     2701310   001   0C   N   GORDA WS
88
     0900591   001   0C   N   NORTH ECHO SUMMIT WATER ASSOCIATION
89
      3500537   001    0C    N   St. Francis Retreat Center
90
      5400506   007   30 D   C   NO KAWEAH MUTUAL WATER CO
91
      3100058   005   30 D   C   DUTCH FLAT MUTUAL
92
      1200587   001   25 D   C   Briceland C.S.D.
93
      5301002   001   25 D   C   Lewiston Valley Water Co., Inc.
94
      5301002   002   25 D   C   Lewiston Valley Water Co., Inc.
95
      4500237   002   25 D   C   SWEET BRIAR CAMP
96
      0510012   003   25 D   C   Camanche South Shore-EBMUD
97
      4500028   002   25 D   C   SHASTA CO CSA #23 CRAGVIEW
98
      1100616   001   25 D   C   Elk Creek Community S.D.
99
      0910018   001   25 D   C   El Dorado ID - Outingdale
100
      2300785   001   25 D   P   Leggett Valley School
101
      5301010   001   25 D   N   Bud Fine MWC
102
      5305003   001   25 D   N   Ruth Lake Marina
103
      5305004   001   25 D   N   Ruth Lake Recreation Area
104
      4700503   001   20 D   C   Callahan Water District
105
      1000019   002   20 D   C   FCSA #30/EL PORVENIR
106
      4900647   002   20 D   C   Sereno Del Mar Water Company (PUC)
107
      4900543   003   20 D   C   Sonoma County CSA 41-Salmon Creek
108
      1000359   003   20 D   C   FCSA #32/CANTUA CREEK
109
      3700938   001   20 D   C   YUIMA MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT IDA
110
      5301003   001   20 D   C   Lewiston Park MWC
111
      1700568   005   20 D   C   Riviera West Mutual Water Co.
112
      1700568   002   20 D   C   Riviera West Mutual Water Co.
113
      1700568   003   20 D   C   Riviera West Mutual Water Co.
114
      1210018   002   20 D   C   City of Trinidad
115
      4901106   001   20 D   N   Catholic Charities - CYO Camp
116
      1009051   001   15 D   C   HOULDING FARMS
117
      1009281   003   15 D   C   HAMMONDS RANCH
118
      5301017   001   15 D   C   Rush Creek Mutual Water System
119
      1000213   001   15 D   C   HARRIS FARMS/HORSE BARN
120
      5410022   001   15 D   C   Camp Nelson Water Company
121
      1009028   001   15 D   C   HARRIS FARMS SOUTH #101-144
122
      1009027   001   15 D   C   HARRIS FARMS CAMP C #501-523
123
      3301115   001   15 D   C   CHIRIACO SUMMIT WATER DIST.
124
      1009078   001   15 D   C   HARRIS FEEDING COMPANY
125
      1700568   001   15 D   C   Riviera West Mutual Water Co.
126
      4510002   005   15 D   C   Mountain Gate C.S.D.
127
      0910013   002   15 D   C   Georgetown Divide PUD
128
      1910067   022   15 D   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT. OF WATER & POWER
129
      1910067   021   15 D   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT. OF WATER & POWER
130
      1910067   019   15 D   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT. OF WATER & POWER
131
      1009006   002   10 D   C   PAPPAS & CO (FARM HOUSING)
132
      5200503   004   10 D   C   Mineral County Water District
133
      2000544   001   10 D   C   MD#1 HIDDEN LAKE ESTATES
134
      4500022   002   10 D   C   HAT CREEK WATER COMPANY, LLC
135
      0800555   009   10 D   C   Gasquet C.S.D.
136
      5410011   004   10 D   C   Springville PUD
137
      4710011   003   10 D   C   City of Yreka
138
      1910067   037   10 D   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT. OF WATER & POWER
139
      1910067   031   10 D   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT. OF WATER & POWER
140
      1910067   030   10 D   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT. OF WATER & POWER
141
      1910067   033   10 D   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT. OF WATER & POWER
142
      1910067   039   10 D   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT. OF WATER & POWER
143
      1910067   034   10 D   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT. OF WATER & POWER
144
      1009035   001    5D    C   PILIBOS BROTHERS RANCH
145
      3700938   004    5D    C   YUIMA MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT IDA
146
      3710016   004    5D    C   Rainbow Municipal WD
147
      3710016   008    5D    C   Rainbow Municipal WD
148
      3710029   006    5D    C   Olivenhain MWD
149
      1910067   009   5D   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT. OF WATER & POWER
150
      1910067   010   5D   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT. OF WATER & POWER
151
      1910067   011   5D   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT. OF WATER & POWER
152
      1700519   001   0D   C   Crescent Bay Improvement Company
153
      1009039   004   0D   C   PAPPAS & COMPANY (FARM HOUSING)
154
      1009214   002   0D   C   STEVE MARKS CATTLE COMPANY
155
      1000345   002   0D   C   PANOCHE WATER DISTRICT
156
      5403129   001   0D   C   TRACT 403 MUTUAL WATER CO
157
      1009258   001   0D   C   SAN ANDREAS FARMS
158
      1009051   004   0D   C   HOULDING FARMS
159
      1009006   004   0D   C   PAPPAS & CO (FARM HOUSING)
160
      4900549   002   0D   C   Sonoma County CSA 41-Freestone
161
      1300572   001   0D   C   VALLEY MOBILE PARK
162
      2300730   001   0D   C   Westport County Water District
163
      4100512   006   0D   C   LOMA MAR MUTUAL
164
      2100519   006   0D   C   ESTERO MUTUAL
165
      2100519   004   0D   C   ESTERO MUTUAL
166
      4810025   001   0D   C   SID-Pleasant Hills Ranch
167
      3700936   003   0D   C   RANCHO ESTATES MUTUAL WATER CO.
168
      3700936   001   0D   C   RANCHO ESTATES MUTUAL WATER CO.
169
      4900543   001   0D   C   Sonoma County CSA 41-Salmon Creek
170
      4900543   004   0D   C   Sonoma County CSA 41-Salmon Creek
171
      1700546   003   0D   C   Clearwater Mutual Water Company
172
      3100041   002   0D   C   ALPINE MEADOWS PROPERTY OWNERS ASSO
173
      2910016   002   0D   C   Donner Summit Public Utility District
174
      0410018   001   0D   C   Del Oro Water Co.-Stirling Bluffs
175
      4400608   002   0D   C   FOREST SPRINGS
176
      4610002   001   0D   C   Downieville Public U.D.
177
      1200538   001   0D   C   Myers Flat M.W.S. Inc.
178
      5601117   014   0D   C   SENIOR CANYON MUTUAL WATER CO
179
      4500001   001    0D    C   SHASTA CO CSA # 25 KESWICK
180
      2810013   005    0D    C   Napa County Public Works-NBRID
181
      2810013   001    0D    C   Napa County Public Works-NBRID
182
      4510004   005    0D    C   Shasta Co. Service Area #6
183
      0510005   006    0D    C   C.C.W.D., West Point
184
      2110004   019    0D    C   Stinson Beach County Wtr Dist
185
      1210008   006    0D    C   Garberville Sanitary District
186
      2210001   005    0D    C   MARIPOSA PUBLIC UTILITY DIST
187
      4510002   009    0D    C   Mountain Gate C.S.D.
188
      2310004   003    0D    C   Willits, City of
189
      0910013   005    0D    C   Georgetown Divide PUD
190
      4910005   003    0D    C   Healdsburg, City of
191
      0510016   002    0D    C   CCWD Ebbetts Pass Improvement District
192
      1910067   016    0D    C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT. OF WATER & POWER
193
      1910067   015    0D    C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT. OF WATER & POWER
194
      1910067   013    0D    C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT. OF WATER & POWER
195
      1910067   038    0D    C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT. OF WATER & POWER
196
      2702595   001    0D    P   CACHAGUA COMM CTR WS
197
      1000361   001    0D    P   WESTLANDS WATER DISTRICT
198
      1206008   001    0D    P   Mattole Triple Junction High School
199
      2100582   001    0D    P   NICASIO SCHOOL
200
      4901095   001    0D    P   Westminster Woods Camp
201
      2810011   001    0D    N   Pleasure Cove Resort
202
      4100529   001    0D    N   CAMP LOMA MAR
203
      5410014   003   45 E   C   Tipton Community Services Dist
204
      5410014   004   45 E   C   Tipton Community Services Dist
205
      2000511   003   35 E   C   MD#85 VALETA MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
206
      5700649   001   25 E   C   WESTUCKY WATER ASSOC
207
      1400098   008   25 E   C   Darwin Community Services District
208
      2701422   001   25 E   C   OAKRIDGE SUBDIVISION MWC
209
      4500028   001   25 E   C   SHASTA CO CSA #23 CRAGVIEW
210
      0900300   001   25 E   C   KYBURZ MUTUAL WATER SYSTEM
211
      5410017   003   25 E   C   London Community Serv Dist
212
      1200684   003   25 E   P   Mattole Elementary School
213
      3700953   003   25 E   P   TECATE VISTA MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
214
      3301643   005   20 E   C   Spring Crest Water & Power
215
      4000775   002   20 E   C   MUSTANG SPRINGS MUTUAL WATER
216
      4200514   001   20 E   C   CUYAMA MUTUAL WATER CO.
217
      0400004   001   20 E   C   FOREST RANCH MUTUAL WATER SYS
218
      5800820   002   20 E   C   RIVER HIGHLANDS COM.SERV.DIST
219
      1000054   002   20 E   C   LAS DELTAS MUTUAL WATER SYSTEM
220
      1700544   003   20 E   C   Lake County CSA 7 - Bonanza Springs
221
      3600100   003   20 E   C   East Wood Farms CWU
222
      3610026   006   20 E   C   ARROWHEAD MANOR WATER CO
223
      1910012   003   20 E   C   BELLFLOWER HOME GARDENS WC
224
      1710021   005   20 E   C   Lake County CSA 21 - North Lakeport
225
      5410008   007   20 E   C   Orosi Public Utility District
226
      1910034   006   20 E   C   DOWNEY - CITY, WATER DEPT.
227
      4300721   001   20 E   P   Loma Prieta JUSD-Loma Prieta School
228
      4901111   001   20 E   P   Bellevue Union Sch Dist-Kawana School
229
      3200114   002   15 E   C   Evergreen Motel & Trailer Park
230
      3301643   002   15 E   C   Spring Crest Water & Power
231
      2900511   006   15 E   C   SHADY LAKE WATER ASSOCIATION
232
      0600012   005   15 E   C   Colusa Co. Service Area #1-Century Ranch
233
      1900942   001   15 E   C   ALPINE SPRINGS MOBILE HOME PARK
234
      1900062   001   15 E   C   L.A RETARDED CHILDREN RANCH WATER AGENCY
235
      2300644   001   15 E   C   Woodside RV Park
236
      5500077   002   15 E   C   SLIDE INN SNOWBOWL WATER CO
237
      5400550   001   15 E   C   SEVILLE WATER CO
238
      5400550   002   15 E   C   SEVILLE WATER CO
239
      2000554   002   15 E   C   MD#33 FAIRMEAD
240
      5400542   003   15 E   C   DUCOR CSD
241
      1310013   003   15 E   C   Seeley CWD
242
      1900785   004   10 E   C   MITCHELL S AVENUE E MOBILE HOME PARK
243
      1900941   002   10 E   C   JOSHUA VIEW MOBILE HOME PARK
244
      3610118   001   10 E   C   Yermo Water Co
245
      2310007   016   10 E   C   North Gualala Water Company
246
      3610109   001   10 E   C   SHEEP CREEK WATER COMPANY
247
      2310008   008   10 E   C   Redwood Valley County Water District
248
      4910002   002   10 E   C   Cloverdale, City of
249
      4910002   001   10 E   C   Cloverdale, City of
250
      0202509   001   10 E   N   LAKE ALPINE IMP. ASSOC.
251
      1900055   001    5E    C   BLUE SKIES TRAILER PARK
252
      1900158   002    5E    C   LITTLE BALDY
253
      4910020   006    5E    C   Sonoma County Water Agency
254
      1900523   001    5E    C   WHITE FENCE FARMS MWC NO.3
255
      3710009   003    5E    C   Descanso Community WD
256
      1910249   005    5E    C   WHITE FENCE FARMS MUTUAL WATER CO.
257
      2310007   006    5E    C   North Gualala Water Company
258
      2310008   005    5E    C   Redwood Valley County Water District
259
      3410018   001    5E    C   Rio Linda/Elverta Community Water Dist
260
      3200195   002    0E    C   Greenhaven Homeowner'S W.A.
261
      2700775   001    0E    C   TIERRA VERDE MWC
262
      2701423   001    0E    C   ECHO VALLEY RD WS #05
263
      2702256   001    0E    C   NORTH SHORE ESTATES WS
264
      2700731   001    0E    C   Z RANCH MWC
265
      4100510   002    0E    C   REDWOOD TERRACE MUTUAL
266
      2701263   004    0E    C   PARTINGTON RIDGE MWC
267
      4900620   002    0E    C   Austin Acres Mutual Water Company
268
      2701670   001    0E    C   LANGLEY/VALLE PACIFICO WS
269
      5200562   001   0E   C   PONDEROSA SKY RANCH WATER SYSTEM
270
      2700503   001   0E   C   ASSISI MWC
271
      3301491   001   0E   C   ALPINE VILLAGE
272
      4200703   001   0E   C   EL CAPITAN MUTUAL WATER CO
273
      4200703   002   0E   C   EL CAPITAN MUTUAL WATER CO
274
      3301283   001   0E   C   GLEN EDEN SUN CLUB
275
      3301180   001   0E   C   ANZA MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
276
      3301529   001   0E   C   RAMONA WATER COMPANY
277
      4500013   001   0E   C   LAKESIDE WOODS MUTUAL WATER CO
278
      5500077   005   0E   C   SLIDE INN SNOWBOWL WATER CO
279
      1900146   004   0E   C   SUNNYSIDE FARMS MUTUAL
280
      4400598   004   0E   C   PURESOURCE WATER, INC
281
      1710011   001   0E   C   Buckingham Park Water District
282
      3600196   006   0E   C   CSA 70 W-4
283
      1010061   001   0E   C   FRESNO CSA NO. 51 (DRY CREEK)
284
      1710018   004   0E   C   Lake County CSA 2 - Spring Valley
285
      3110041   002   0E   C   Midway Heights C. W. D.
286
      4410016   001   0E   C   Forest Lakes MWC
287
      2110005   003   0E   C   Bolinas Community PUD
288
      2110005   013   0E   C   Bolinas Community PUD
289
      4910007   001   0E   C   Sea Ranch Water Company,The (PUC)
290
      4910021   001   0E   C   Bodega Bay Public Utility District
291
      2110004   018   0E   C   Stinson Beach County Wtr Dist
292
      2710018   001   0E   C   Seaside Municipal Water System
293
      4110010   022   0E   C   Montara Water and Sanitary District
294
      5410001   003   0E   C   Cutler PUD
295
      5410008   005   0E   C   Orosi Public Utility District
296
      2310004   001   0E   C   Willits, City of
297
      1910020   002   0E   C   EAST PASADENA WATER CO.
298
      1910204   013   0E   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
299
      1910204   003    0E    C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
300
      2110002   007    0E    C   Marin Municipal Water District
301
      3710020   064    0E    C   San Diego - City of
302
      0900410   001    0E    P   LATROBE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
303
      3601048   001    0E    N   Barton Flats Water System
304
      4200872   001    0E    N   VENTUCOPA WATER SUPPLY
305
      1500578   002   45 F   C   LONG CANYON WATER COMPANY CORP.
306
      5400636   001   45 F   P   OROSI HIGH SCHOOL
307
      5401038   001   40 F   C   AKIN WATER CO.
308
      2000557   002   40 F   C   MD#43 MIAMI CREEK KNOLLS
309
      5400735   002   40 F   C   RODRIQUEZ LABOR CAMP
310
      5400805   002   35 F   C   SOULTS MUTUAL WATER CO.
311
      2710011   001   35 F   C   Soledad, City of
312
      2701036   001   30 F   C   APPLE AVE WS #03
313
      1500373   002   30 F   C   SEVENTH STANDARD MUTUAL
314
      1500494   001   30 F   C   WILSON ROAD WATER COMMUNITY
315
      2700771   003   30 F   C   SPRINGFIELD MWC
316
      1510006   009   30 F   C   East Niles CSD
317
      1510006   007   30 F   C   East Niles CSD
318
      1510006   008   30 F   C   East Niles CSD
319
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320
      1500578   003   25 F   C   LONG CANYON WATER COMPANY CORP.
321
      5400616   001   25 F   C   LEMON COVE WATER CO
322
      2400053   001   25 F   C   EL NIDO MOBILE HOME PARK
323
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324
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325
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326
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327
      5410001   001   25 F   C   Cutler PUD
328
      5410006   004   25 F   C   Lindsay, City of
329
      1510012   011   25 F   C   Lamont Public Utility Dist
330
      1510012   005   25 F   C   Lamont Public Utility Dist
331
      3310016   010   25 F   C   Hemet, City of
332
      1502549   001   20 F   C   POPLAR AVENUE COMMUNITY
333
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334
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335
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336
      5402048   001   20 F   C   River Island Service Terr #2 [Del Oro Water Co.]
337
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338
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339
      1503558   002   20 F   P   El Camino Pines Lutheran Church
340
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341
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342
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343
      1910038   005   15 F   C   EL MONTE-CITY, WATER DEPT.
344
      1910038   004   15 F   C   EL MONTE-CITY, WATER DEPT.
345
      3310009   054   15 F   C   Eastern Municipal WD
346
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347
      2000613   001   15 F   P   OAKHURST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
348
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349
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350
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351
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352
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353
      1500544   003   10 F   C   ENOS LANE PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICT
354
      3400172   003   10 F   C   TOKAY PARK WATER CO
355
      2710008   001   10 F   C   Greenfield, City of
356
      3610004   001   10 F   C   WEST VALLEY WATER DISTRICT
357
      5010010   013   10 F   C   Modesto, City of
358
      5401006   003   10 F   P   UC DAVIS-VET SCHOOL
359
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360
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361
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362
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363
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364
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365
      5710006   009    5F    C   City of Woodland
366
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367
      3610041   017    5F    C   SAN GABRIEL VALLEY WC - FONTANA
368
      3610041   015    5F    C   SAN GABRIEL VALLEY WC - FONTANA
369
      3500526   001    0F    C   Arnold Park (O Bannon s MHP)
370
      4300630   002    0F    C   Foothill Mutual Water
371
      2701241   002    0F    C   ENCINAL RD WS #1
372
      4300996   001    0F    C   Valley View Ranches
373
      5000217   002    0F    C   FAITH HOME TEEN RANCH
374
      2702094   002    0F    C   BLACKIE RD WS #18
375
      1500569   001    0F    C   VALLEY VIEW ESTATES MUTUAL WATER CO
376
      2701800   002    0F    C   TULARCITOS MWC
377
      2700738   001    0F    C   SAN MIGUEL WS #01
378
      1502670   002    0F    C   Fairview Water Company, LLC
379
      4000501   001    0F    C   HALCYON WATER SYSTEM
380
      5400651   001    0F    C   BEVERLY-GRAND MUTUAL WATER
381
      1000366   003    0F    C   SUNNYSIDE CONVALESCENT HOSP
382
      4300943   001    0F    C   Farmers Labor Exchange
383
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384
      2702007   002    0F    C   VIERRA ESTATES WS
385
      3302093   003    0F    C   COUNTY WATER COMPANY
386
      3000663   002    0F    C   Diamond Park Mutual Water Co.
387
      4200870   001    0F    C   CASMALIA COMM. SERVICE DIST.
388
      2010012   003    0F    C   HILLVIEW WATER CO-RAYMOND
389
      2700706   002   0F   C   QUEEN MOTEL WS
390
      5400567   001   0F   C   TOOLEVILLE WATER CO.
391
      5400666   001   0F   C   WATERTEK - GRANDVIEW GARDENS
392
      5410007   003   0F   C   LSID - Tonyville
393
      2701515   001   0F   C   MOSS LANDING HARBOR WS
394
      1500409   002   0F   C   BROCK MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
395
      3700923   003   0F   C   LAKE MORENA OAK SHORE MW CO.
396
      5400665   002   0F   C   River Island Service Terr #1 [Del Oro Water Co.]
397
      5400542   006   0F   C   DUCOR CSD
398
      3600391   001   0F   C   Hill Crest Mobile Est Inc
399
      1910075   018   0F   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON
400
      1910244   006   0F   C   GREEN VALLEY CWD
401
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402
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403
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404
      1510025   003   0F   C   Stallion Springs CSD
405
      5410019   002   0F   C   Ivanhoe Public Utility Dist
406
      1910020   003   0F   C   EAST PASADENA WATER CO.
407
      5010017   003   0F   C   PATTERSON, CITY OF
408
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409
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410
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411
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412
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413
      3610037   001   0F   C   REDLANDS CITY MUD-WATER DIV
414
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415
      3310009   059   0F   C   Eastern Municipal WD
416
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417
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418
      5401006   001   0F   P   UC DAVIS-VET SCHOOL
419
      0410019   001   0F     P   CSU CHICO, UNIVERSITY FARM
420
      5400994   001   0F     P   HOPE ELEM SCHOOL
421
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422
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423
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424
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425
      0000541   001   0F     U   Monson Area Water Supply Study
426
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427
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428
      1500521   002   45 G   C   BOULDER CANYON WATER ASSOCIATION
429
      1500436   002   45 G   C   HUNGRY GULCH WATER SYSTEM
430
      1500364   001   45 G   C   KRVWC - KERNVALE MUTUAL WATER CO
431
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432
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433
      2210001   006   45 G   C   MARIPOSA PUBLIC UTILITY DIST
434
      1503368   001   45 G   P   SOUTH FORK MIDDLE SCHOOL
435
      1502244   002   45 G   P   SEMI TROPIC SCHOOL WATER SYSTEM
436
      1600048   001   45 G   P   KETTLEMAN CITY ELEMENTARY
437
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438
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439
      5200550   002   40 G   C   ORCHARD MOBILE HOME PARK
440
      1500540   007   40 G   C   PINON HILL WATER COMPANY
441
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442
      5110002   016   40 G   C   City of Yuba City
443
      1502244   003   40 G   P   SEMI TROPIC SCHOOL WATER SYSTEM
444
      2000526   001   35 G   C   PIKE RANCH MUTUAL WATER CO
445
      1600504   001   35 G   C   HAMBLIN MUTUAL WATER CO
446
      1500485   001   35 G   C   ANTELOPE VALLEY MOBILE ESTATES
447
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448
      1600031   001   35 G   C   LEMOORE MOBILE HOME PARK
449
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450
      1500424   003   35 G   C   Lands of Promise Mutual Water Associatio
451
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452
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453
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454
      1502569   001   30 G   C   FIRST MUTUAL WATER SYSTEM
455
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456
      1500571   001   30 G   C   LUCKY 18 ON ROSAMOND, LLC
457
      1500461   001   30 G   C   FOUNTAIN TRAILER PARK WATER
458
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459
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460
      1510018   006   30 G   C   ROSAMOND CSD
461
      1510018   007   30 G   C   ROSAMOND CSD
462
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463
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464
      5110002   039   30 G   C   City of Yuba City
465
      1502154   002   30 G   P   LAKESIDE SCHOOL
466
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467
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468
      1500449   002   25 G   C   FOURTH STREET WATER SYSTEM
469
      1500449   004   25 G   C   FOURTH STREET WATER SYSTEM
470
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471
      1500525   001   25 G   C   LAKEVIEW RANCHOS MUTUAL WATER
472
      4900786   001   25 G   C   Rancho Santa Rosa MHP
473
      2000502   001   25 G   C   BASS LAKE HEIGHTS MUTUAL WATER
474
      3600114   003   25 G   C   CSA 70 W-3 (Hacienda)
475
      1010028   002   25 G   C   Riverdale Public Utility District
476
      5410009   002   25 G   C   Pixley Public Util Dist
477
      1510014   002   25 G   C   MOJAVE PUD
478
      0310012   008   25 G   C   ACWA Buckhorn Plant
479
      1510001   002   25 G   C   Arvin Community Services Dist
480
      1510013   002   25 G   C   City of McFarland
481
      1510012   006   25 G   C   Lamont Public Utility Dist
482
      5400513   001   25 G   N   CAL HOT SPRINGS RESORT
483
      1009039   002   20 G   C   PAPPAS & COMPANY (FARM HOUSING)
484
      1900961   003   20 G   C   WINTERHAVEN MOBILE ESTATES
485
      1500521   001   20 G   C   BOULDER CANYON WATER ASSOCIATION
486
      0400058   001   20 G   C   RANCHO VILLA MOBILE ACRES
487
      1009232   001   20 G   C   SUMNER PECK RANCH
488
      1502744   002   20 G   C   60TH STREET ASSOC. WATER SYSTEM
489
      2100579   001   20 G   C   NICASIO VALLEY RANCH MUTUAL
490
      4000637   001   20 G   C   COUNTRY HILLS ESTATES
491
      1500096   001   20 G   C   OLD RIVER MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
492
      4900643   002   20 G   C   Mount Weske Estates Mutual Water Company
493
      4901195   002   20 G   C   Moorland Avenue Apartments
494
      1500540   004   20 G   C   PINON HILL WATER COMPANY
495
      1500540   006   20 G   C   PINON HILL WATER COMPANY
496
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497
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498
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499
      1000369   001   20 G   C   ZONNEVELD DAIRY
500
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501
      1600031   005   20 G   C   LEMOORE MOBILE HOME PARK
502
      1500378   001   20 G   C   MAHER MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
503
      5410034   003   20 G   C   Pine Flat Water Company
504
      1500493   001   20 G   C   EL ADOBE POA, INC.
505
      2000512   001   20 G   C   EAST ACRES MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
506
      1910066   002   20 G   C   LEISURE LAKE MOBILE HOME PARK
507
      1010030   002   20 G   C   Tranquillity Irrigation Dist
508
      3310068   002   20 G   C   Coachella VWD: Thermal
509
      1610001   009   20 G   C   Armona Community Services Dist
510
      1510024   001   20 G   C   Greenfield County WD
511
      1910085   002   20 G   C   MAYWOOD MUTUAL WATER CO. #2
512
      3310063   008   20 G   C   Coachella VWD: I.D. NO. 10
513
      3510003   001   20 G   C   Sunnyslope County Water Dist
514
      1610002   001   20 G   C   Avenal, City of
515
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516
      1400063   001   20 G   P   Tecopa Francis Elementary School
517
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518
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519
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520
      2000592   001   15 G   C   TWO TWENTY FOUR MOBILE HOME PK
521
      3900732   001   15 G   C   V & P TRAILER COURT
522
      2000501   001   15 G   C   BASS LAKE ANNEX #3
523
      2000534   001   15 G   C   LEISURE ACRES MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
524
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525
      1500561   001   15 G   C   ROUND MOUNTAIN WATER COMPANY
526
      5000033   001   15 G   C   COBLES CORNER
527
      1502622   001   15 G   C   GOSFORD ROAD WATER COMPANY
528
      3400138   001   15 G   C   LOCKE WATER WORKS CO (SWS)
529
      1009172   001   15 G   C   VAQUERO FARMS
530
      1900520   002   15 G   C   SMITH S VILLAGE MOBILE HOME PARK
531
      3900711   001   15 G   C   SIDHU MOBILE PARK WATER SYSTEM
532
      1000238   002   15 G   C   CAMDEN TRAILER PARK
533
      1000213   002   15 G   C   HARRIS FARMS/HORSE BARN
534
      2000737   001   15 G   C   MD#42 STILL MEADOW
535
      2000538   001   15 G   C   CEDAR VALLEY MUTUAL WATER CO
536
      2000552   001   15 G   C   MD#24 TEAFORD MEADOW LAKES
537
      3400167   001   15 G   C   WILLOW BERM MARINA
538
      3700041   002   15 G   C   BARRETT LAKE MH AND RV LLC
539
      1500424   004   15 G   C   Lands of Promise Mutual Water Associatio
540
      4600019   002   15 G   C   Sierra Co. W.W.D #1 Calpine
541
      2600546   001   15 G   C   CROWLEY LAKE MUT. WATER DIST.
542
      2000509   005   15 G   C   CASCADEL MUTUAL WATER SYSTEM
543
      5100107   002   15 G   C   Sutter Co. WWD#1 (Robbins)
544
      3600226   002   15 G   C   CSA 70F, Morongo Valley
545
      0600008   001   15 G   C   Colusa Co. W.D. #1 - Grimes
546
      2000521   002   15 G   C   Broadview Terrace Mutual Water Company
547
      1510051   004   15 G   C   LEBEC COUNTY WATER DISTRICT
548
      1610009   009   15 G   C   Kettleman City CSD
549
      2410018   001   15 G   C   SANTA NELLA COUNTY WATER DISTRICT
550
      1010044   006   15 G   C   Huron, City of
551
      4510005   009   15 G   C   City of Redding
552
      3600036   001   15 G   P   Calico Ghost Town
553
      2600570   002   15 G   P   COLEVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
554
      2701227   004   15 G   P   SAN BENANCIO SCHOOL WS
555
      4000774   001   15 G   P   PLEASANT VALLEY ELEMENTARY
556
      5000273   001   15 G   P   GRATTON SCHOOL
557
      1502607   002   15 G   P   PIUTE MOUNTAIN SCHOOL WATER
558
      2000614   001   15 G   P   OAK CREEK INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL
559
      1600017   003   15 G   P   ISLAND UNION SCHOOL
560
      5400713   001   15 G   P   OAK VALLEY SCHOOL
561
      2000601   001   15 G   P   LA VINA SCHOOL
562
      2000612   001   15 G   P   NORTH FORK UNION SCHOOL
563
      0706028   001   15 G   P   KNIGHTSEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
564
      3900712   001   15 G   P   MUSD-FRENCH CAMP SCHOOL
565
      2000600   001   15 G   P   HOWARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
566
      3901169   001   15 G   P   MUSD-NILE GARDEN SCHOOL
567
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568
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569
      1900785   003   10 G   C   MITCHELL S AVENUE E MOBILE HOME PARK
570
      3400130   003   10 G   C   GREGG WATER CO
571
      1600507   001   10 G   C   HARDWICK WATER GROUP
572
      0707615   001   10 G   C   DOUBLETREE RANCH WATER SYSTEM
573
      1500561   002   10 G   C   ROUND MOUNTAIN WATER COMPANY
574
      1500455   001   10 G   C   WILLIAM FISHER MEMORIAL WATER COMPANY
575
      1900038   001   10 G   C   LANCASTER PARK MOBILE HOME PARK
576
      2700547   001   10 G   C   DESMOND RD WS #03
577
      2702439   001   10 G   C   WOODLAND HEIGHTS MWC
578
      1500585   003   10 G   C   OASIS PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION
579
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580
      1500405   003   10 G   C   AERIAL ACRES WATER SYSTEM
581
      2000550   001   10 G   C   MD#06 LAKE SHORE PARK
582
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583
      1500424   002   10 G   C   Lands of Promise Mutual Water Associatio
584
      1900100   003   10 G   C   METTLER VALLEY MUTUAL
585
      2000551   002   10 G   C   MD#07 MARINA VIEW HEIGHTS
586
      2910011   003   10 G   C   PlaVada Community Association
587
      1500475   002   10 G   C   KRISTA MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
588
      1510052   003   10 G   C   NORTH EDWARDS WD
589
      1010039   012   10 G   C   Caruthers Comm Serv Dist
590
      1510002   001   10 G   C   BORON CSD
591
      2610003   002   10 G   C   BRIDGEPORT PUD
592
      1510014   001   10 G   C   MOJAVE PUD
593
      2410012   003   10 G   C   HILMAR COUNTY WATER DISTRICT
594
      5010008   005   10 G   C   Hughson, City of
595
      1510018   004   10 G   C   ROSAMOND CSD
596
      1510013   005   10 G   C   City of McFarland
597
      1510013   004   10 G   C   City of McFarland
598
      1510006   010   10 G   C   East Niles CSD
599
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600
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601
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602
      5010028   003   10 G   C   Ceres, City of
603
      1610003   003   10 G   C   Hanford, City of
604
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605
      3310031   028   10 G   C   Riverside, City of
606
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607
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608
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609
      2610001   009   5G     C   MAMMOTH CWD
610
      3410011   005   5G     C   Galt, City of
611
      3410011   006   5G     C   Galt, City of
612
      5403103   001   0G     C   TRACT 327 MUTUAL WATER CO.
613
      1009035   003   0G     C   PILIBOS BROTHERS RANCH
614
      1009039   003   0G     C   PAPPAS & COMPANY (FARM HOUSING)
615
      1000345   001   0G     C   PANOCHE WATER DISTRICT
616
      5000218   003   0G     C   COUNTRY VILLA APTS
617
      1502383   001   0G     C   NORD ROAD WATER ASSOCIATION
618
      3400135   001   0G     C   KORTHS PIRATES LAIR
619
      5800878   001   0G     C   GEORGE AVENUE APARTMENTS
620
      2000828   001   0G     C   SHADY OAKS MOBILE HOME PARK
621
      1009222   001   0G     C   TERRA LINDA FARMS
622
      1009258   002   0G     C   SAN ANDREAS FARMS
623
      1502597   002   0G     C   DEL SOL WATER CO-OP
624
      4900575   002   0G     C   Loch Haven Mutual Water Company
625
      2000800   001   0G     C   MAHAL APARTMENTS
626
      1009006   003   0G     C   PAPPAS & CO (FARM HOUSING)
627
      1502724   001   0G     C   Quail Valley Water Dist-Eastside System
628
      1009051   003   0G     C   HOULDING FARMS
629
      1009281   001   0G   C   HAMMONDS RANCH
630
      2702148   003   0G   C   ASOLEADO MWC
631
      1503226   001   0G   C   Quail Valley Water Dist-Westside System
632
      5000086   002   0G   C   COUNTRYSIDE MOBILEHOME ESTATES - ADULT P
633
      1600010   001   0G   C   LACEY COURTS MHP
634
      3400149   002   0G   C   RANCHO MARINA
635
      3400149   005   0G   C   RANCHO MARINA
636
      2702003   002   0G   C   VIERRA MEADOWS MWC
637
      2701670   002   0G   C   LANGLEY/VALLE PACIFICO WS
638
      2700799   002   0G   C   VISTA DEL TORO WS
639
      2701503   002   0G   C   MESA DEL TORO MWC
640
      1000238   001   0G   C   CAMDEN TRAILER PARK
641
      1500426   001   0G   C   ROSE VILLA APARTMENTS
642
      1907014   001   0G   C   NORTH TRAILS MUTUAL WATER CO
643
      1009147   001   0G   C   FARMING D
644
      3700962   004   0G   C   OAKVALE PARK
645
      1009023   001   0G   C   Britz/Colusa
646
      3100033   003   0G   C   TAHOMA MEADOWS MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
647
      3000662   001   0G   C   Catalina Street Pump Owners
648
      3400164   002   0G   C   VIEIRA S RESORT INC
649
      1009179   001   0G   C   BRITZ/FIVE POINTS SYSTEM
650
      3500904   001   0G   C   Hollister Ranch Estates
651
      1009028   003   0G   C   HARRIS FARMS SOUTH #101-144
652
      1000042   002   0G   C   FCWWD #40/SHAVER SPRINGS
653
      1400036   006   0G   C   Keeler CSD
654
      2000506   001   0G   C   SIERRA LINDA MUTUAL WATER CO
655
      1500393   001   0G   C   RAINBIRD VALLEY MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
656
      4000512   002   0G   C   BELLA VISTA MOBILE LODGE
657
      2800516   003   0G   C   TUCKER ACRES MUTUAL WATER CO.
658
      3400332   002   0G   C   OXBOW MARINA
659
      2600620   003   0G   C   MOUNTAIN MEADOWS MWC
660
      3301380   001   0G   C   Saint Anthony Trailer Park
661
      5100109   002   0G   C   Wildwood Mutual Water Company
662
      3301755   001   0G   C   Sunbird MHP,c/o Hawkeye Asset
663
      2000561   001   0G   C   MD#08 NORTH FORK WATE SYSTEM
664
      5400754   002   0G   C   SO KAWEAH MUTUAL WATER CO
665
      1009027   003   0G   C   HARRIS FARMS CAMP C #501-523
666
      5100107   007   0G   C   Sutter Co. WWD#1 (Robbins)
667
      1510016   004   0G   C   RAND COMMUNITIES CWD - RANDSBURG
668
      3700924   003   0G   C   LAKE MORENA VIEWS MW CO.
669
      1600004   001   0G   C   FOUR SEASONS MOBILE HOME PARK
670
      5101009   001   0G   C   Wildwood East Mutual
671
      3610017   004   0G   C   HAVASU WC
672
      3700924   004   0G   C   LAKE MORENA VIEWS MW CO.
673
      1000053   002   0G   C   LANARE COMMUNITY SERVICES DIST
674
      1009078   003   0G   C   HARRIS FEEDING COMPANY
675
      5400544   003   0G   C   ALLENSWORTH C.S.D.
676
      5400544   001   0G   C   ALLENSWORTH C.S.D.
677
      1210024   003   0G   C   Westhaven C.S.D.
678
      0600008   003   0G   C   Colusa Co. W.D. #1 - Grimes
679
      1510052   006   0G   C   NORTH EDWARDS WD
680
      1500290   005   0G   C   EDGEMONT ACRES MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
681
      1510027   001   0G   C   DESERT LAKE COMM SERV DIST
682
      5400824   001   0G   C   SULTANA C.S.D.
683
      3200104   005   0G   C   Grizzly Lake RID-Delleker
684
      2110001   033   0G   C   Inverness Public Utility Dist
685
      1510054   001   0G   C   PINON PINES MWC
686
      1510054   003   0G   C   PINON PINES MWC
687
      4210009   005   0G   C   Cuyama Community Services District
688
      4210009   002   0G   C   Cuyama Community Services District
689
      1910075   019   0G   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON
690
      1910075   020   0G   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON
691
      5710011   001   0G   C   Wild Wings Golf Community
692
      4710007   002   0G   C   City of Montague
693
      4710007   003   0G   C   City of Montague
694
      1910246   002   0G   C   LAND PROJECT MUTUAL WATER CO.
695
      5210003   001   0G   C   Los Molinos Comm. Services Dist.
696
      5410033   005   0G   C   Pratt Mutual Water Co
697
      1010039   009   0G   C   Caruthers Comm Serv Dist
698
      5410009   010   0G   C   Pixley Public Util Dist
699
      2010007   008   0G   C   HILLVIEW WC-OAKHURST/SIERRA LAKES
700
      4010012   003   0G   C   HERITAGE RANCH CSD
701
      1610001   007   0G   C   Armona Community Services Dist
702
      5410024   001   0G   C   Richgrove Community Services District
703
      1310007   002   0G   C   Heber Public Utility District
704
      5510008   011   0G   C   LAKE DON PEDRO C S D
705
      2410002   003   0G   C   DOS PALOS-CITY
706
      5010009   004   0G   C   Keyes Community Services Dist.
707
      4110010   024   0G   C   Montara Water and Sanitary District
708
      4110010   054   0G   C   Montara Water and Sanitary District
709
      5010008   010   0G   C   Hughson, City of
710
      5010008   002   0G   C   Hughson, City of
711
      2710020   004   0G   C   Pajaro Community Services District
712
      4910011   004   0G   C   Sebastopol, City of
713
      3610112   005   0G   C   HELENDALE COMMUNITY SERVICE DISTRICT
714
      1910203   005   0G   C   LOS ANGELES CWWD 40, R24, 27,33-PEARBLSM
715
      1910203   006   0G   C   LOS ANGELES CWWD 40, R24, 27,33-PEARBLSM
716
      1510018   005   0G   C   ROSAMOND CSD
717
      1510018   008   0G   C   ROSAMOND CSD
718
      1510018   009   0G   C   ROSAMOND CSD
719
      3910015   006   0G   C   CITY OF LATHROP
720
      3910015   007   0G   C   CITY OF LATHROP
721
      3910015   005   0G   C   CITY OF LATHROP
722
      1510012   007   0G   C   Lamont Public Utility Dist
723
      3410016   003   0G   C   Orange Vale Water Company
724
      4210001   008   0G   C   CARPINTERIA VALLEY WATER DISTRICT
725
      3410011   002   0G   C   Galt, City of
726
      4910017   036   0G   C   Windsor, Town of
727
      4910017   035   0G   C   Windsor, Town of
728
      1510029   003   0G   C   Vaughn WC INC
729
      1510017   004   0G   C   INDIAN WELLS VALLEY W.D.
730
      1610003   004   0G   C   Hanford, City of
731
      5010019   003   0G   C   Turlock, City of
732
      3910005   002   0G   C   MANTECA, CITY OF
733
      4210010   004   0G   C   CITY OF SANTA BARBARA WATER DEPARTMENT
734
      1910070   038   0G   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
735
      1910070   030   0G   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
736
      1910070   039   0G   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
737
      1910070   031   0G   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
738
      1910070   032   0G   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
739
      1910070   037   0G   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 40 Reg 38 Lake LA
740
      1910070   040   0G   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
741
      1910070   033   0G   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
742
      1910070   034   0G   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
743
      1910070   036   0G   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
744
      1910070   035   0G   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
745
      5000335   002   0G   P   BRETHREN HERITAGE SCHOOL, INC
746
      1700698   001   0G   P   Larsen s Office Complex
747
      5100145   001   0G   P   Winship Elementary School
748
      2702050   002   0G   P   CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD WS
749
      5100158   001    0G    P   Sunset Moulding Co.
750
      2800840   002    0G    P   NAPA COUNTY SCHOOLS: POPE VALLEY
751
      1000182   001    0G    P   BURREL UNION SCHOOL
752
      2702030   002    0G    P   CYPRESS COMMUNITY CHURCH WS
753
      3400248   002    0G    P   FRANKLIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
754
      2701221   002    0G    P   WASHINGTON SCHOOL WS
755
      3400267   001    0G    P   BATES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
756
      5100139   002    0G    P   Franklin Elementary School
757
      5400519   001    0G    P   PALO VERDE SCHOOL
758
      1000221   001    0G    P   WASHINGTON UNION HIGH SCHOOL
759
      1000221   002    0G    P   WASHINGTON UNION HIGH SCHOOL
760
      2000567   001    0G    P   YOSEMITE HIGH SCHOOL
761
      3400364   001    0G    N   HARVEY,JEAN SCHOOL
762
      3301482   001    0G    N   ORTEGA OAKS RV PARK&CAMPGROUND
763
      2702370   003    0G    N   SPCA WS
764
      2702009   001    0G    N   LAGUNA SECA RECREATION WS
765
      1500341   001   25 H   C   SIERRA BELLA MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
766
      1000053   005   25 H   C   LANARE COMMUNITY SERVICES DIST
767
      1010035   004   25 H   C   DEL REY COMMUNITY SERV DIST
768
      5410038   006   25 H   C   Terra Bella Irrigation District - TBT
769
      5410001   004   25 H   C   Cutler PUD
770
      1510041   007   25 H   C   North of the River MWD
771
      1010023   002   25 H   C   ORANGE COVE CITY OF
772
      5410004   001   25 H   C   Farmersville, City of
773
      1610004   006   25 H   C   Corcoran, City of
774
      5301102   003   20 H   C   Trinity Knolls Mutual Water Company
775
      4500023   003   20 H   C   HAT CREEK HIGHLANDS MUTUAL WATER CO
776
      1000054   001   20 H   C   LAS DELTAS MUTUAL WATER SYSTEM
777
      5310003   005   20 H   C   Trinity Center M.W.C.         .
778
      2410011   006   20 H   C   LE GRAND COMM SERVICES DIST
779
      2010001   011   20 H   C   CHOWCHILLA CITY WATER DEPT
780
      0410007   001   20 H   C   Paradise Irrigation District
781
      1310001   007   20 H   C   Brawley, City of
782
      3310006   003   20 H   C   Banning, City of
783
      2410009   007   20 H   C   MERCED, CITY OF
784
      1010007   026   20 H   C   FRESNO, CITY OF
785
      5301103   003   20 H   N   Covington Mill - A
786
      2210906   002   15 H   C   Mariposa Pines Mutual
787
      4000512   003   15 H   C   BELLA VISTA MOBILE LODGE
788
      2000551   004   15 H   C   MD#07 MARINA VIEW HEIGHTS
789
      0310015   003   15 H   C   Rabb Park Community Ser. Dist.
790
      3301879   002   15 H   C   Sharondale Mesa HOA
791
      5100107   004   15 H   C   Sutter Co. WWD#1 (Robbins)
792
      2000728   001   15 H   C   MD#37 LA VINA
793
      2010009   002   15 H   C   MADERA CO SA NO 19-ROLLING HILLS
794
      2010006   002   15 H   C   MADERA CSA NO 3 PARKSDALE
795
      1805007   003   15 H   C   Herlong Utilities Incorporated
796
      2010004   001   15 H   C   MADERA CMD NO 19 PARKWOOD
797
      3610048   005   15 H   C   TERRACE WATER CO
798
      3610048   004   15 H   C   TERRACE WATER CO
799
      2010008   002   15 H   C   Madera County M.D. #10A - Madera Ranchos
800
      2010003   004   15 H   C   BASS LAKE WATER COMPANY
801
      2910004   014   15 H   C   Nevada ID - E. George, Banner Mountain
802
      1510019   011   15 H   C   Shafter, City of
803
      4410011   003   15 H   C   Watsonville, City of
804
      0910002   010   15 H   C   South Tahoe PUD - Main
805
      0910002   008   15 H   C   South Tahoe PUD - Main
806
      0910002   009   15 H   C   South Tahoe PUD - Main
807
      0910002   011   15 H   C   South Tahoe PUD - Main
808
      2702073   001   10 H   C   SAN MIGUEL WS #22
809
      3901348   003   10 H   C   FAIROAKS PWS #44
810
      3610007   001   10 H   C   BASELINE GARDENS MWC
811
      5010021   006   10 H   C   Denair Community Services District
812
      3910017   003   10 H   C   San Joaquin County-Mokelumne Acres
813
      5010006   001   10 H   C   City of Modesto, DE Waterford
814
      0910013   007   10 H   C   Georgetown Divide PUD
815
      5010028   011   10 H   C   Ceres, City of
816
      0707501   003    5H    C   ANGLER S RANCH #3
817
      1900158   007    5H    C   LITTLE BALDY
818
      0310002   002    5H    C   AWA, City of Ione
819
      0310003   015    5H    C   ACWA Sutter Creek
820
      0310012   013    5H    C   ACWA Buckhorn Plant
821
      0310012   012    5H    C   ACWA Buckhorn Plant
822
      3410011   004    5H    C   Galt, City of
823
      3410004   009    5H    C   Carmichael Water District
824
      0910001   016    5H    C   El Dorado ID - Main
825
      0910001   012    5H    C   El Dorado ID - Main
826
      0910001   017    5H    C   El Dorado ID - Main
827
      0910001   013    5H    C   El Dorado ID - Main
828
      0910001   015    5H    C   El Dorado ID - Main
829
      3410029   002    5H    C   SCWA Laguna/Vineyard
830
      3410001   019    5H    C   Sacramento Suburban Water District
831
      3400173   014    5H    N   NORTHGATE 880
832
      1910087   004    0H    C   Metropolitian Dist. of So. Cal.
833
      5601401   001    0H    C   KROTONA INSTITUTE
834
      4200579   003    0H    C   ROSARIO PARK WATER SYSTEM
835
      2702026   002    0H    C   APRICOT LN WS
836
      2702374   001    0H    C   COUNTRYSIDE ESTATES MWC
837
      3500910   001    0H    C   Dunneville Estates CSA #50
838
      2701257   007    0H    C   GARRAPATA WC INC
839
      5400957   003   0H   C   WEST GOSHEN MUTUAL WATER CO.
840
      1700501   002   0H   C   Adams Springs Water District
841
      1400070   005   0H   C   Sierra Grande Estates Mutual Water Co.
842
      1000078   002   0H   C   FCWWD #42/ALLUVIAL & FANCHER
843
      2800530   001   0H   C   MEYERS WATER CO.
844
      3110043   007   0H   C   Madden Creek Water Company
845
      3110042   008   0H   C   Tahoe Swiss Village Utility
846
      1700526   002   0H   C   Pine Grove Water System
847
      5500077   003   0H   C   SLIDE INN SNOWBOWL WATER CO
848
      2610002   002   0H   C   JUNE LAKE PUD VILLAGE
849
      1700554   002   0H   C   Lake County CSA 13 - Kono Tayee
850
      5100107   008   0H   C   Sutter Co. WWD#1 (Robbins)
851
      4400598   001   0H   C   PURESOURCE WATER, INC
852
      3110019   007   0H   C   Squaw Valley Mutual Water Comp
853
      4400502   005   0H   C   TROUT GULCH MWC
854
      2710023   002   0H   C   TASCO Spreckels Water Company
855
      5602108   001   0H   C   GARDEN ACRES MUTUAL WATER CO
856
      5610001   001   0H   C   DEMPSEY ROAD MUTUAL WATER CO
857
      0510005   002   0H   C   C.C.W.D., West Point
858
      5710007   003   0H   C   Esparto C.S.D.
859
      3110013   005   0H   C   Tahoe Cedars Water Company
860
      2610003   004   0H   C   BRIDGEPORT PUD
861
      3110009   002   0H   C   Meadow Vista County Water Dist
862
      1710015   005   0H   C   Hidden Valley Lake CSD
863
      1010018   002   0H   C   Kerman, City of
864
      2910003   007   0H   C   Truckee-Donner PUD, Main
865
      3410704   003   0H   C   SCWA Mather-Sunrise
866
      3410011   003   0H   C   Galt, City of
867
      3110005   002   0H   C   Placer CWA - Auburn/Bowman
868
      0910001   024   0H   C   El Dorado ID - Main
869
      0910001   029    0H    C   El Dorado ID - Main
870
      3410001   011    0H    C   Sacramento Suburban Water District
871
      3410020   033    0H    C   City of Sacramento
872
      0910024   002    0H    N   Glenridge Water Company
873
      5510001   008   45 I   C   TUD - Sonora/Jamestown Water System
874
      5510030   002   35 I   C   TUD - Monte Grande Water System
875
      5510010   005   30 I   C   TUD - Crystal Falls Water System
876
      5510010   006   30 I   C   TUD - Crystal Falls Water System
877
      1200671   007   25 I   C   Benbow W.C.
878
      5410007   002   25 I   C   LSID - Tonyville
879
      1210022   006   25 I   C   Resort Imprvmt. Dist. #1
880
      0310021   007   25 I   C   Amador County Service Area #3/Unit 6
881
      1710001   006   25 I   C   Clearlake Oaks County Water District
882
      1710008   005   25 I   C   Nice Mutual Water Company
883
      5510012   011   25 I   C   TUD - Upper Basin Water System
884
      5410006   002   25 I   C   Lindsay, City of
885
      5304209   001   25 I   P   Junction City School
886
      0600041   001   25 I   P   Fouts Springs Youth Facility
887
      5500116   001   20 I   C   PEPPERMINT CREEK MHP #15
888
      5510033   004   20 I   C   TUD-Scenic View/Scenic Brook
889
      1710022   006   20 I   C   Lake County CSA 20 - Soda Bay
890
      1710021   002   20 I   C   Lake County CSA 21 - North Lakeport
891
      5510002   006   15 I   C   TUD - Ponderosa
892
      2010003   003   15 I   C   BASS LAKE WATER COMPANY
893
      5510013   012   15 I   C   TUD - Columbia Water System
894
      3310022   001   15 I   C   Lake Hemet MWD
895
      3310005   001   15 I   C   Desert Water Agency
896
      3310005   002   15 I   C   Desert Water Agency
897
      3910006   005   10 I   C   Stockton East Water District
898
      3910006   006   10 I   C   Stockton East Water District
899
      0510012   002   10 I   C   Camanche South Shore-EBMUD
900
      3110033   001   10 I   C   Castle City Mobile Home Park
901
      5510002   007   10 I   C   TUD - Ponderosa
902
      3310019   008   10 I   C   Idyllwild Water District
903
      3310012   013   10 I   C   Elsinore Valley MWD
904
      3710006   003   10 I   C   Escondido, City of
905
      1503341   005   10 I   P   TEJON-CASTAIC WATER DISTRICT
906
      1503341   006   10 I   P   TEJON-CASTAIC WATER DISTRICT
907
      1503341   007   10 I   P   TEJON-CASTAIC WATER DISTRICT
908
      3710020   030    5I    C   San Diego - City of
909
      3710020   063    5I    C   San Diego - City of
910
      5500136   001    5I    N   BERKELEY CAMP
911
      1910087   008    0I    C   Metropolitian Dist. of So. Cal.
912
      4310027   005    0I    C   Santa Clara Valley Water District
913
      1910087   006    0I    C   Metropolitian Dist. of So. Cal.
914
      1910128   010    0I    C   COVINA IRRIGATION CO.
915
      1910087   012    0I    C   Metropolitian Dist. of So. Cal.
916
      4310027   007    0I    C   Santa Clara Valley Water District
917
      3510007   001    0I    C   Hollister/Sunnyslope WTA
918
      4600012   001    0I    C   Alleghany County W.D.
919
      4100503   004    0I    C   BUTANO CANYON MUTUAL
920
      3810001   173    0I    C   San Francisco Regional Water System
921
      3810001   073    0I    C   San Francisco Regional Water System
922
      4110012   003    0I    C   Cuesta La Honda Guild, Inc.
923
      2110005   006    0I    C   Bolinas Community PUD
924
      0510005   004    0I    C   C.C.W.D., West Point
925
      0310021   008    0I    C   Amador County Service Area #3/Unit 6
926
      2310007   017    0I    C   North Gualala Water Company
927
      5310001   011    0I    C   Weaverville C.S.D.
928
      2810004   001    0I    C   St. Helena, City of
929
      2810004   002    0I    C   St. Helena, City of
930
      1510053   004    0I    C   ANTELOPE VALLEY E KERN WTR AGY
931
      3610005   001    0I    C   LAKE ARROWHEAD CSD
932
      4110025   005    0I    C   North Coast County Water Dist
933
      3610037   004    0I    C   REDLANDS CITY MUD-WATER DIV
934
      0910001   025    0I    C   El Dorado ID - Main
935
      3610018   003    0I    C   Cucamonga Valley Water District
936
      3710020   059    0I    C   San Diego - City of
937
      0110005   010    0I    C   East Bay MUD
938
      1910067   014    0I    C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT. OF WATER & POWER
939
      5510001   007   45 J   C   TUD - Sonora/Jamestown Water System
940
      5400882   001   45 J   P   PLEASANT VIEW SCHOOL
941
      5510005   003   25 J   C   TWAIN HARTE COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT
942
      2000511   001   20 J   C   MD#85 VALETA MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
943
      4910028   002   20 J   C   Sweetwater Springs CWD - Monte Rio
944
      4910028   003   20 J   C   Sweetwater Springs CWD - Monte Rio
945
      4910028   006   20 J   C   Sweetwater Springs CWD - Monte Rio
946
      4910028   005   20 J   C   Sweetwater Springs CWD - Monte Rio
947
      4910028   004   20 J   C   Sweetwater Springs CWD - Monte Rio
948
      4910004   002   20 J   C   Sweetwater Springs CWD - Guerneville
949
      0410007   002   20 J   C   Paradise Irrigation District
950
      1800512   002   15 J   C   Clear Creek CSD-Westwood
951
      3410704   006   15 J   C   SCWA Mather-Sunrise
952
      2701498   001   10 J   C   HARBOR VIEW WA
953
      5400934   002   10 J   C   PONDEROSA CSD
954
      5510007   003   10 J   C   DEL ORO WATER COMPANY - STRAWBERRY DIST.
955
      1910153   003   10 J   C   SOUTH MONTEBELLO IRRIGATION DIST.
956
      1600240   001   10 J   N   RUBALCAVA WATER SYSTEM
957
      1900785   001    5J    C   MITCHELL S AVENUE E MOBILE HOME PARK
958
      0300037   001    5J    C   LAKE AMADOR RECREATION AREA
959
      1910087   007    0J    C   Metropolitian Dist. of So. Cal.
960
      2100508   002    0J    C   MUIR BEACH COMMUNITY
961
      3110031   003    0J    C   Ward Well Water Company
962
      0310020   002    0J    C   The Oaks Mobile Home Park
963
      3310036   004    0J    C   Western MWD - Murrieta Division
964
      0410011   004    0J    C   Del Oro Water Co.-Paradise Pines
965
      1010029   001    0J    C   CITY OF SANGER
966
      1910028   002    0J    C   CRESCENTA VALLEY CWD
967
      3010046   003    0J    C   City of Tustin
968
      2110002   004    0J    C   Marin Municipal Water District
969
      4901277   001    0J    P   Bucher Water Company
970
      1502244   001   45 K   P   SEMI TROPIC SCHOOL WATER SYSTEM
971
      1206002   002   25 K   C   Palomino Estates M.W.C.
972
      5200504   004   25 K   C   City of Tehama
973
      1010023   003   25 K   C   ORANGE COVE CITY OF
974
      5305107   001   25 K   P   So Trinity Unified School Dist.
975
      0707588   001   20 K   C   BIG OAK MOBILE HOME PARK WATER
976
      3310016   001   20 K   C   Hemet, City of
977
      1010007   025   20 K   C   FRESNO, CITY OF
978
      3710036   001   15 K   C   Borrego WD
979
      2410006   001   15 K   C   DELHI CWD
980
      1810001   001   15 K   C   City of Susanville
981
      1010027   002   15 K   C   REEDLEY, CITY OF
982
      5500242   002   15 K   P   SIERRA WALDORF SCHOOL
983
      5101007   001   10 K   C   Country Village North MHP
984
      1200518   001   10 K   C   Riverside CSD
985
      5010009   001   10 K   C   Keyes Community Services Dist.
986
      3610009   004   10 K   C   BIGHORN - DESERT VIEW WATER AGENCY
987
      1510018   001   10 K   C   ROSAMOND CSD
988
      1910079   006   10 K   C   LYNWOOD-CITY, WATER DEPT.
989
       1910067   036   10 K   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT. OF WATER & POWER
990
       1900007   004   10 K   P   CALIFORNIA CONSERVATION CAMP # 14
991
       1900901   003   10 K   P   FIRE SUPPRESSION CAMP 19
992
       1503341   001   10 K   P   TEJON-CASTAIC WATER DISTRICT
993
       5000277   001    5K    P   VALLEY HOME SCHOOL PIONEER
994
       1502317   001    5K    N   KERN CO P&R-GREENHORN MT. PARK WATER
995
       4310027   004    0K    C   Santa Clara Valley Water District
996
       2700536   003    0K    C   CORRAL DE TIERRA ESTATES WC
997
       1900599   001    0K    C   VALHALLA WATER ASSOCIATION
998
       2701278   005    0K    C   RANCHO CHAPARRAL MWC
999
       3900558   001    0K    C   RANCHO SAN JOAQUIN WATER SYS
1000
       4900630   003    0K    C   Austin Creek Mutual (Springhill)
1001
       1900941   001    0K    C   JOSHUA VIEW MOBILE HOME PARK
1002
       4300560   002    0K    C   Green Mountain Water Company
1003
       3900724   001    0K    C   ELKHORN ESTATES WATER SYSTEM
1004
       1510002   003    0K    C   BORON CSD
1005
       4510002   011    0K    C   Mountain Gate C.S.D.
1006
       5610005   002    0K    C   MEINERS OAKS CWD
1007
       4910027   005    0K    C   Sonoma State University
1008
       4910027   004    0K    C   Sonoma State University
1009
       3310036   005    0K    C   Western MWD - Murrieta Division
1010
       2910023   007    0K    C   Nevada ID - Lake Wildwood
1011
       4110011   004    0K    C   Coastside County Water District
1012
       4310028   005    0K    C   San Jose State University
1013
       3410021   003    0K    C   San Juan Water District
1014
       4210016   002    0K    C   Golden State Water Company - Orcutt
1015
       4210016   001    0K    C   Golden State Water Company - Orcutt
1016
       1910043   001    0K    C   GLENDALE-CITY, WATER DEPT.
1017
       4310011   041    0K    C   San Jose Water Company
1018
       4100538   002    0K    P   CAMP JONES GULCH
1019
       3301083   001    0K    N   Caltrans, Brookside Rest Area
1020
       1900992   001    0K    N   BIG OAKS LODGE
1021
       1900631   001    0K    N   CAMP CISQUITO / LIVE AGAIN RECOVERY HOME
1022
       2110304   001    0K    N   CSP - Marconi Conference Center
1023
       3301082   001    0K    N   Caltrans, Whitewater Rest Area
1024
       4900822   001   45 L   C   Mount Taylor Mobile Home Park
1025
       2700558   002   30 L   N   PENTECOSTAL CHURCH WS
1026
       1510026   001   25 L   C   CWS - UPPER BODFISH WATER SYSTEM
1027
       1010035   003   25 L   C   DEL REY COMMUNITY SERV DIST
1028
       1910002   001   25 L   C   AMARILLO MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
1029
       5310001   012   25 L   C   Weaverville C.S.D.
1030
       5310001   013   25 L   C   Weaverville C.S.D.
1031
       5310001   014   25 L   C   Weaverville C.S.D.
1032
       1310011   003   25 L   C   Coachella VWD: I.D. NO. 11
1033
       1910013   001   25 L   C   BELLFLOWER - SOMERSET MWC
1034
       5410010   009   25 L   C   Porterville, City of
1035
       5410010   006   25 L   C   Porterville, City of
1036
       5410010   008   25 L   C   Porterville, City of
1037
       3910012   004   25 L   C   City of Stockton
1038
       3910012   007   25 L   C   City of Stockton
1039
       2701187   001   25 L   P   AERA ENERGY LLC WS
1040
       1700695   001   25 L   N   High Valley Ranch
1041
       5602130   001   20 L   C   SOLANO VERDE MUTUAL WATER CO
1042
       1502545   001   20 L   C   SCHWEIKART WATER SYSTEM
1043
       1500555   001   20 L   C   MUSTANG MUTUAL WATER SYSTEM
1044
       1500314   001   20 L   C   Del Oro Water Co. (for. Country Estates)
1045
       1510004   001   20 L   C   Casa Loma Water Co, Inc.
1046
       3600270   001   20 L   C   Golden State Water-Mor Del Norte
1047
       1010042   012   20 L   C   MALAGA COUNTY WATER DISTRICT
1048
       1510011   004   20 L   C   Buttonwillow CWD
1049
       2410011   005   20 L   C   LE GRAND COMM SERVICES DIST
1050
       1610001   008   20 L   C   Armona Community Services Dist
1051
       1610001   010   20 L   C   Armona Community Services Dist
1052
       1510019   009   20 L   C   Shafter, City of
1053
       1510019   010   20 L   C   Shafter, City of
1054
       1510019   005   20 L   C   Shafter, City of
1055
       1510019   007   20 L   C   Shafter, City of
1056
       5410010   010   20 L   C   Porterville, City of
1057
       5410010   013   20 L   C   Porterville, City of
1058
       5410010   011   20 L   C   Porterville, City of
1059
       3400101   006   15 L   C   HOOD WATER MAINTENCE DIST
1060
       4900546   001   15 L   C   Hawkins Water Co-Cal Water Service (PUC)
1061
       4900688   001   15 L   C   Journey's End Mobile Home Park
1062
       0707613   001   15 L   C   WILLOW MOBILE HOME PARK
1063
       5110007   003   15 L   C   Sutter Community S.D.
1064
       4010005   002   15 L   C   OCEANO COMM SERVICES DIST.
1065
       1010001   004   15 L   C   BAKMAN WATER COMPANY
1066
       1010001   003   15 L   C   BAKMAN WATER COMPANY
1067
       4010011   009   15 L   C   MORRO BAY WATER DEPARTMENT
1068
       3410704   007   15 L   C   SCWA Mather-Sunrise
1069
       1910161   003   15 L   C   PARK WC - LYNWOOD
1070
       3610008   009   15 L   C   BIG BEAR CITY CSD
1071
       2410005   001   15 L   C   LOS BANOS-CITY
1072
       2410001   001   15 L   C   ATWATER, CITY OF
1073
       3610055   008   15 L   C   YUCAIPA VALLEY WD ID-A&2
1074
       4901168   001   15 L   P   Salmon Creek Middle School
1075
       1400069   001   15 L   N   Death Valley Junction
1076
       5610046   004   10 L   C   UNITED WTR CONS DIST
1077
       5610046   003   10 L   C   UNITED WTR CONS DIST
1078
       1500585   004   10 L   C   OASIS PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION
1079
       1700595   001   10 L   C   Cal 20 Village
1080
       5610021   001   10 L   C   WARRING WATER SERVICE INC
1081
       3610105   001   10 L   C   GOLDEN STATE WATER CO - APPLE VLY NORTH
1082
       1510007   004   10 L   C   FRAZIER PARK PUD
1083
       5010021   001   10 L   C   Denair Community Services District
1084
       5010021   008   10 L   C   Denair Community Services District
1085
       2810002   006   10 L   C   Calistoga, City of
1086
       1510053   003   10 L   C   ANTELOPE VALLEY E KERN WTR AGY
1087
       2410005   003   10 L   C   LOS BANOS-CITY
1088
       1510029   005   10 L   C   Vaughn WC INC
1089
       3610036   025   10 L   C   City of Chino Hills
1090
       1510031   002   10 L   C   Bakersfield, City of
1091
       1510031   003   10 L   C   Bakersfield, City of
1092
       3910001   001   10 L   C   California Water Service - Stockton
1093
       3410020   027   10 L   C   City of Sacramento
1094
       2702322   005   10 L   P   CAPTAIN COOPER SCHOOL WS
1095
       4400660   002    5L    C   RANCHO SAN ANDREAS
1096
       4400558   001    5L    C   SAN ANDREAS MUTUAL WATER CO
1097
       4110020   002    5L    C   Palo Alto Park Mutual Water Company
1098
       3610062   012    5L    C   RUNNING SPRINGS WATER DISTRICT
1099
       2610001   004    5L    C   MAMMOTH CWD
1100
       1910245   006    5L    C   SANTA FE SPRINGS - CITY, WATER DEPT.
1101
       2710001   002    5L    C   Alco Water Service
1102
       3410001   028    5L    C   Sacramento Suburban Water District
1103
       2700964   001    5L    P   BRADLEY UNION SCHOOL WS
1104
       3700912   001    5L    P   YMCA CAMP MARSTON/RAINTREE
1105
       3610019   001    0L    C   SAN BERNARDINO VALLEY WD
1106
       4310027   003    0L    C   Santa Clara Valley Water District
1107
       4310027   002    0L    C   Santa Clara Valley Water District
1108
       4810015   001    0L    C   TRAVIS AFB WTP - VALLEJO
1109
       1500398   002   0L   C   FRONTIER TRAIL HOMEOWNERS ASSOC, INC.
1110
       4200804   002   0L   C   WALKING M RANCHES ASSN.
1111
       2701959   002   0L   C   TIERRA VISTA MWC
1112
       0510004   001   0L   C   C.C.W.D. Sheep Ranch
1113
       3400169   002   0L   C   SPINDRIFT MARINA
1114
       0707576   002   0L   C   PLEASANTIMES MUTUAL WATER CO
1115
       5601117   011   0L   C   SENIOR CANYON MUTUAL WATER CO
1116
       4400502   007   0L   C   TROUT GULCH MWC
1117
       3710009   002   0L   C   Descanso Community WD
1118
       1010042   009   0L   C   MALAGA COUNTY WATER DISTRICT
1119
       1010042   008   0L   C   MALAGA COUNTY WATER DISTRICT
1120
       4410015   001   0L   C   Lompico County Water District
1121
       1710012   006   0L   C   Cobb Area County Water District
1122
       1710012   005   0L   C   Cobb Area County Water District
1123
       4410018   002   0L   C   Central Water District
1124
       3610063   001   0L   C   GOLDEN STATE WATER CO - MORONGO DEL SUR
1125
       4210024   001   0L   C   LA CUMBRE MUTUAL WATER CO
1126
       1910084   003   0L   C   MAYWOOD MUTUAL WATER CO. #1
1127
       1910163   002   0L   C   VALENCIA HEIGHTS WATER CO.
1128
       3410005   001   0L   C   Rancho Murieta Community Servi
1129
       3010082   003   0L   C   Serrano Water District
1130
       3610053   002   0L   C   WESTERN HEIGHTS WATER COMPANY
1131
       4910016   003   0L   C   Cotati, City of
1132
       4910011   006   0L   C   Sebastopol, City of
1133
       4910011   005   0L   C   Sebastopol, City of
1134
       4210020   005   0L   C   Santa Ynez River Water Cons. Dist. ID#1
1135
       4210020   008   0L   C   Santa Ynez River Water Cons. Dist. ID#1
1136
       1010001   002   0L   C   BAKMAN WATER COMPANY
1137
       1010025   003   0L   C   PARLIER, CITY OF
1138
       4010004   005   0L   C   GROVER BEACH WATER DEPARTMENT
1139
       3510003   007   0L   C   Sunnyslope County Water Dist
1140
       1910130   002   0L   C   QUARTZ HILL WATER DIST.
1141
       3410016   002   0L   C   Orange Vale Water Company
1142
       3010017   002   0L   C   Laguna Beach County WD
1143
       1910154   007   0L   C   City of South Pasadena
1144
       1910154   008   0L   C   City of South Pasadena
1145
       1910154   003   0L   C   City of South Pasadena
1146
       2410005   004   0L   C   LOS BANOS-CITY
1147
       2410001   002   0L   C   ATWATER, CITY OF
1148
       4110009   001   0L   C   California Water Service-S San Francisco
1149
       4110006   002   0L   C   California Water Service - Bear Gulch
1150
       4210010   005   0L   C   CITY OF SANTA BARBARA WATER DEPARTMENT
1151
       1910070   018   0L   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
1152
       1910070   014   0L   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
1153
       1910070   017   0L   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
1154
       1910070   020   0L   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
1155
       1910070   012   0L   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
1156
       1910070   021   0L   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
1157
       1910070   029   0L   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
1158
       1910070   016   0L   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
1159
       1910070   011   0L   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
1160
       1910070   022   0L   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
1161
       1910070   015   0L   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
1162
       1910070   026   0L   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
1163
       1910070   024   0L   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
1164
       1910070   013   0L   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
1165
       1910070   023   0L   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
1166
       1910070   019   0L   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
1167
       3610041   024   0L   C   SAN GABRIEL VALLEY WC - FONTANA
1168
       3610041   025   0L   C   SAN GABRIEL VALLEY WC - FONTANA
1169
       4310011   008   0L     C   San Jose Water Company
1170
       2702490   001   0L     P   CENTRAL BAY HIGH SCHOOL WS
1171
       2700552   001   0L     P   ECHO VALLEY SCHOOL WS
1172
       1000057   001   45 M   C   WATERTEK-METROPOLITAN
1173
       3400331   002   45 M   C   WESTERNER MOBILE HOME PARK
1174
       3600070   002   45 M   C   Center Water Co
1175
       5200516   002   45 M   C   LAZY CORRAL MOBILE HOME PARK
1176
       1700516   002   45 M   C   Lake County CSA 16 - Paradise Valley
1177
       2500911   003   45 M   C   I'SOT Well #3 & #15
1178
       1700554   001   45 M   C   Lake County CSA 13 - Kono Tayee
1179
       1700554   003   45 M   C   Lake County CSA 13 - Kono Tayee
1180
       2010014   003   45 M   C   HILLVIEW WATER CO-GOLDSIDE-HIL
1181
       5510003   002   45 M   C   TUD - Tuolumne City Water System
1182
       1510041   006   45 M   C   North of the River MWD
1183
       0800800   001   40 M   C   Pine Grove Trailer Park
1184
       3301428   001   40 M   C   Blythe - Mesa Ranch
1185
       5500125   004   40 M   C   MOTHER LODE MOBILE ESTATES
1186
       0800552   001   40 M   C   Northcrest Trailer City
1187
       1510046   001   40 M   C   Lost Hills Utility District
1188
       1710021   001   40 M   C   Lake County CSA 21 - North Lakeport
1189
       5510013   004   40 M   C   TUD - Columbia Water System
1190
       5510013   003   40 M   C   TUD - Columbia Water System
1191
       1010007   027   40 M   C   FRESNO, CITY OF
1192
       3701005   003   40 M   P   SPENCER VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT
1193
       1700563   002   35 M   C   Lake County CSA 22 - Mt. Hannah
1194
       4500012   001   35 M   C   CASCADE RACQUET CLUB MUTUAL WATER
1195
       5500041   002   35 M   C   ALPINE ACRES MUTUAL WATER CO
1196
       3301114   001   35 M   C   CHERRY VALLEY WATER COMPANY
1197
       1000259   001   35 M   C   NEW HORIZONS MOBILE/RV PARK
1198
       4900799   001   35 M   C   El Portal Mobile Estates
1199
       0910007   006   35 M   C   Lukins Brothers Water Company
1200
       5510027   001   35 M   C   TUD-Cuesta Center-Lambert Lakes
1201
       1710019   002   35 M   C   Lake County CSA 6 - Finley
1202
       1710019   001   35 M   C   Lake County CSA 6 - Finley
1203
       5510019   002   35 M   C   TUD - Mono Village Water System
1204
       1805007   006   35 M   C   Herlong Utilities Incorporated
1205
       5510015   001   35 M   C   TUD - Cedar Ridge Water System
1206
       5510015   002   35 M   C   TUD - Cedar Ridge Water System
1207
       2010008   001   35 M   C   Madera County M.D. #10A - Madera Ranchos
1208
       4510002   007   35 M   C   Mountain Gate C.S.D.
1209
       1710007   002   35 M   C   Kelseyville Co Waterworks District 3
1210
       5510012   008   35 M   C   TUD - Upper Basin Water System
1211
       3610055   009   35 M   C   YUCAIPA VALLEY WD ID-A&2
1212
       3610055   010   35 M   C   YUCAIPA VALLEY WD ID-A&2
1213
       3610055   011   35 M   C   YUCAIPA VALLEY WD ID-A&2
1214
       3610055   012   35 M   C   YUCAIPA VALLEY WD ID-A&2
1215
       5400639   001   35 M   P   TRAVER SCHOOL
1216
       5400523   002   30 M   C   EL MONTE VILLAGE M.H.P.
1217
       1000229   002   30 M   C   GREEN ACRES MOBILE HOME ESTATE
1218
       4110028   001   30 M   C   Pillar Ridge MHP (Former El Granada MHP)
1219
       5510002   004   30 M   C   TUD - Ponderosa
1220
       5510010   002   30 M   C   TUD - Crystal Falls Water System
1221
       1510019   006   30 M   C   Shafter, City of
1222
       3600175   001   25 M   C   Barstow Dagget Airport
1223
       2210921   002   25 M   C   Whispering Pines Apartments
1224
       2210921   004   25 M   C   Whispering Pines Apartments
1225
       4700539   001   25 M   C   Macdoel Waterworks
1226
       1400511   001   25 M   C   Meadow Lake Apartments
1227
       2210925   002   25 M   C   Yosemite Westlake Mobile Estates
1228
       3110124   001   25 M   C   Placer CWA - Monte Vista
1229
       1400098   007   25 M   C   Darwin Community Services District
1230
       1000057   003   25 M   C   WATERTEK-METROPOLITAN
1231
       3600345   001   25 M   C   West End Mutual (Willow Wells)
1232
       3600071   001   25 M   C   Chamisal MWC
1233
       4700503   002   25 M   C   Callahan Water District
1234
       2010013   003   25 M   C   HILLVIEW WATER CO-COARSEGOLD
1235
       2010013   002   25 M   C   HILLVIEW WATER CO-COARSEGOLD
1236
       3301682   001   25 M   C   TRAILS END MUTUAL WATER COMPAN
1237
       5403113   001   25 M   C   SOUTH FORK ESTATES MUTUAL WATER CO
1238
       1500336   003   25 M   C   BURLANDO HEIGHTS MUTUAL WATER CO.
1239
       1500336   001   25 M   C   BURLANDO HEIGHTS MUTUAL WATER CO.
1240
       1500209   002   25 M   C   ALTA SIERRA MUTUAL WATER CO.
1241
       3301276   001   25 M   C   FULLER MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
1242
       4700546   002   25 M   C   Cal Ore Trail Mobile Estates
1243
       4900584   004   25 M   C   Timber Cove County Water District
1244
       4900584   003   25 M   C   Timber Cove County Water District
1245
       4900584   005   25 M   C   Timber Cove County Water District
1246
       3701341   001   25 M   C   BUTTERFIELD OAKS MOBILE HOME PARK
1247
       3100033   001   25 M   C   TAHOMA MEADOWS MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
1248
       5510025   001   25 M   C   TUD - Phoenix Lake Park
1249
       1200671   003   25 M   C   Benbow W.C.
1250
       1200671   004   25 M   C   Benbow W.C.
1251
       1000551   002   25 M   C   FCSA #43/RAISIN CITY
1252
       1200671   002   25 M   C   Benbow W.C.
1253
       1200671   006   25 M   C   Benbow W.C.
1254
       1500341   004   25 M   C   SIERRA BELLA MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
1255
       1500341   003   25 M   C   SIERRA BELLA MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
1256
       2210901   003   25 M   C   MPWD-Coulterville CSA 1
1257
       1500341   002   25 M   C   SIERRA BELLA MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
1258
       1700516   001   25 M   C   Lake County CSA 16 - Paradise Valley
1259
       1500393   004   25 M   C   RAINBIRD VALLEY MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
1260
       3600297   002   25 M   C   Gordon Acres (Stewart WC)
1261
       3600297   001   25 M   C   Gordon Acres (Stewart WC)
1262
       1500578   001   25 M   C   LONG CANYON WATER COMPANY CORP.
1263
       1000267   001   25 M   C   KINGS CANYON MOBILE HOME PARK
1264
       0800526   002   25 M   C   Redwood Park C.S.D.
1265
       2500911   002   25 M   C   I'SOT Well #3 & #15
1266
       5400934   003   25 M   C   PONDEROSA CSD
1267
       2010012   002   25 M   C   HILLVIEW WATER CO-RAYMOND
1268
       1700546   004   25 M   C   Clearwater Mutual Water Company
1269
       4700513   002   25 M   C   Hornbrook C.S.D.
1270
       4700513   001   25 M   C   Hornbrook C.S.D.
1271
       3700859   001   25 M   C   RANCHO DEL CAMPO WATER SYSTEM
1272
       3700922   001   25 M   C   LIVE OAK SPRINGS WATER COMPANY
1273
       1100616   002   25 M   C   Elk Creek Community S.D.
1274
       2500503   002   25 M   C   California Pines C.S.D.
1275
       3900964   001   25 M   C   SAHARA MOBILE COURT
1276
       3700922   002   25 M   C   LIVE OAK SPRINGS WATER COMPANY
1277
       1400004   001   25 M   C   Charles Brown Water Company
1278
       1510016   002   25 M   C   RAND COMMUNITIES CWD - RANDSBURG
1279
       3310081   002   25 M   C   Palm Springs Crest
1280
       3310081   003   25 M   C   Palm Springs Crest
1281
       3310081   001   25 M   C   Palm Springs Crest
1282
       5410007   004   25 M   C   LSID - Tonyville
1283
       0800532   006   25 M   C   Big Rock C.S.D.
1284
       1200701   001   25 M   C   Orick C.S.D.
1285
       5400544   002   25 M   C   ALLENSWORTH C.S.D.
1286
       1200729   002   25 M   C   Orleans C.S.D.
1287
       1500406   002   25 M   C   TRADEWIND WATER ASSOC.
1288
       0110012   001   25 M   C   Town of Sunol-SFPUC
1289
       1503270   001   25 M   C   LAKE ISABELLA COMMUNITY SERVICES DIST
1290
       3600504   001   25 M   C   Knoll Enterprises Inc
1291
       1503270   002   25 M   C   LAKE ISABELLA COMMUNITY SERVICES DIST
1292
       5410037   001   25 M   C   LSID-Page Moore System
1293
       3310078   001   25 M   C   West Palm Springs Village
1294
       3310078   002   25 M   C   West Palm Springs Village
1295
       4500210   001   25 M   C   LASSEN PINES MUTUAL WATER CO
1296
       1200707   003   25 M   C   Miranda C.S.D.
1297
       1200707   001   25 M   C   Miranda C.S.D.
1298
       1200707   002   25 M   C   Miranda C.S.D.
1299
       1500290   004   25 M   C   EDGEMONT ACRES MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
1300
       3600114   005   25 M   C   CSA 70 W-3 (Hacienda)
1301
       3600114   001   25 M   C   CSA 70 W-3 (Hacienda)
1302
       4710001   003   25 M   C   City of Dorris
1303
       4710001   004   25 M   C   City of Dorris
1304
       4710001   005   25 M   C   City of Dorris
1305
       1310009   002   25 M   C   Winterhaven WD
1306
       0310005   001   25 M   C   Pine Grove Comm Serv Dist
1307
       1710009   001   25 M   C   Upper Lake County Water District
1308
       1710009   002   25 M   C   Upper Lake County Water District
1309
       1210017   003   25 M   C   Manila Community Services Dist.
1310
       1710018   003   25 M   C   Lake County CSA 2 - Spring Valley
1311
       4710010   001   25 M   C   City of Tulelake
1312
       0510005   005   25 M   C   C.C.W.D., West Point
1313
       1610009   002   25 M   C   Kettleman City CSD
1314
       1610009   006   25 M   C   Kettleman City CSD
1315
       1210022   009   25 M   C   Resort Imprvmt. Dist. #1
1316
       1210008   005   25 M   C   Garberville Sanitary District
1317
       5510003   001   25 M   C   TUD-RAILBED DITCH CONVEYANCE PROJEC
1318
       1610007   004   25 M   C   Home Garden CSD
1319
       5410014   002   25 M   C   Tipton Community Services Dist
1320
       5410014   001   25 M   C   Tipton Community Services Dist
1321
       1810002   001   25 M   C   Westwood C.S.D.
1322
       2210001   008   25 M   C   MARIPOSA PUBLIC UTILITY DIST
1323
       3310047   009   25 M   C   Cabazon Water District
1324
       3310047   010   25 M   C   Cabazon Water District
1325
       3310047   011   25 M   C   Cabazon Water District
1326
       3310047   007   25 M   C   Cabazon Water District
1327
       3310047   008   25 M   C   Cabazon Water District
1328
       5410038   004   25 M   C   Terra Bella Irrigation District - TBT
1329
       0310021   006   25 M   C   Amador County Service Area #3/Unit 6
1330
       1710001   009   25 M   C   Clearlake Oaks County Water District
1331
       1710001   011   25 M   C   Clearlake Oaks County Water District
1332
       1510009   001   25 M   C   ERSKINE CREEK WC
1333
       1210015   003   25 M   C   Willow Creek C.S.D.
1334
       5510005   004   25 M   C   TWAIN HARTE COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT
1335
       5510005   005   25 M   C   TWAIN HARTE COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT
1336
       4510007   001   25 M   C   Cottonwood County Water Dist.
1337
       4810021   002   25 M   C   City of Vallejo-Lakes System
1338
       4810021   003   25 M   C   City of Vallejo-Lakes System
1339
       4710009   001   25 M   C   City of Weed
1340
       2010007   010   25 M   C   HILLVIEW WC-OAKHURST/SIERRA LAKES
1341
       3310018   001   25 M   C   Home Gardens County WD
1342
       4710008   003   25 M   C   City of Mt. Shasta
1343
       4710008   004   25 M   C   City of Mt. Shasta
1344
       4710008   002   25 M   C   City of Mt. Shasta
1345
       2410007   003   25 M   C   PLANADA CSD
1346
       1710006   001   25 M   C   Bella Lago Mobile Home Park
1347
       1710006   004   25 M   C   Konocti County Water District
1348
       1710006   002   25 M   C   Konocti County Water District
1349
       5810006   001   25 M   C   North Yuba Water District
1350
       0310003   014   25 M   C   ACWA Sutter Creek
1351
       0310003   013   25 M   C   ACWA Sutter Creek
1352
       0410004   002   25 M   C   City of Gridley
1353
       4710011   001   25 M   C   City of Yreka
1354
       1010044   002   25 M   C   Huron, City of
1355
       5410008   001   25 M   C   Orosi Public Utility District
1356
       5410008   002   25 M   C   Orosi Public Utility District
1357
       5410008   003   25 M   C   Orosi Public Utility District
1358
       5110001   018   25 M   C   City of Live Oak
1359
       1510041   004   25 M   C   North of the River MWD
1360
       1510041   008   25 M   C   North of the River MWD
1361
       5410020   006   25 M   C   Woodlake, City of
1362
       5410020   003   25 M   C   Woodlake, City of
1363
       5410020   002   25 M   C   Woodlake, City of
1364
       5410020   001   25 M   C   Woodlake, City of
1365
       5410020   008   25 M   C   Woodlake, City of
1366
       5410020   004   25 M   C   Woodlake, City of
1367
       1710002   001   25 M   C   Golden State Water Co.-Clearlake System
1368
       2310004   002   25 M   C   Willits, City of
1369
       5410021   001   25 M   C   Earlimart PUD
1370
       1010023   001   25 M   C   ORANGE COVE CITY OF
1371
       0310012   009   25 M   C   ACWA Buckhorn Plant
1372
       3610025   006   25 M   C   JOSHUA BASIN CWD
1373
       0410008   003   25 M   C   Thermalito I.D.
1374
       4510006   001   25 M   C   City of Shasta Lake
1375
       1010025   002   25 M   C   PARLIER, CITY OF
1376
       1510022   003   25 M   C   West Kern CWD
1377
       1510022   004   25 M   C   West Kern CWD
1378
       1510022   005   25 M   C   West Kern CWD
1379
       1210001   003   25 M   C   City of Arcata
1380
       1210001   005   25 M   C   City of Arcata
1381
       1210001   004   25 M   C   City of Arcata
1382
       1610002   011   25 M   C   Avenal, City of
1383
       1610002   012   25 M   C   Avenal, City of
1384
       1610002   010   25 M   C   Avenal, City of
1385
       1610002   008   25 M   C   Avenal, City of
1386
       1210009   003   25 M   C   Humboldt C.S.D.
1387
       3310016   009   25 M   C   Hemet, City of
1388
       3310016   008   25 M   C   Hemet, City of
1389
       1610004   008   25 M   C   Corcoran, City of
1390
       1610004   005   25 M   C   Corcoran, City of
1391
       1610004   002   25 M   C   Corcoran, City of
1392
       1910013   002   25 M   C   BELLFLOWER - SOMERSET MWC
1393
       1910077   002   25 M   C   GSWC - FLORENCE/GRAHAM
1394
       3310008   005   25 M   C   Mission Springs WD
1395
       3310008   002   25 M   C   Mission Springs WD
1396
       3310008   001   25 M   C   Mission Springs WD
1397
       3310008   003   25 M   C   Mission Springs WD
1398
       5410010   007   25 M   C   Porterville, City of
1399
       5410010   004   25 M   C   Porterville, City of
1400
       5410010   002   25 M   C   Porterville, City of
1401
       5410010   005   25 M   C   Porterville, City of
1402
       1210013   004   25 M   C   Humboldt Bay MWD
1403
       1210013   009   25 M   C   Humboldt Bay MWD
1404
       1210013   007   25 M   C   Humboldt Bay MWD
1405
       1210013   008   25 M   C   Humboldt Bay MWD
1406
       1210013   006   25 M   C   Humboldt Bay MWD
1407
       1210013   005   25 M   C   Humboldt Bay MWD
1408
       3610039   004   25 M   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
1409
       3610039   005   25 M   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
1410
       3610039   008   25 M   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
1411
       3610039   002   25 M   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
1412
       3610039   012   25 M   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
1413
       3610039   006   25 M   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
1414
       3610039   010   25 M   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
1415
       3610039   007   25 M   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
1416
       2500513   001   25 M   P   MJUSD-Arlington Elem. School
1417
       2500515   001   25 M   P   MJUSD-State Line School
1418
       1400042   001   25 M   P   Olancha Elementary School
1419
       5305107   003   25 M   P   So Trinity Unified School Dist.
1420
       4901105   001   25 M   N   Camp Royaneh-Boy Scouts of America
1421
       5402055   001   25 M   N   CAMP KEEP SIERRA
1422
       1900994   002   25 M   N   MALIBU CONSERVATION CAMP
1423
       3200505   001   20 M   C   Johnsville Public U.D.
1424
       0400091   003   20 M   C   BUZZTAIL MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
1425
       0202504   001   20 M   C   MARKLEEVILLE WATER CO.
1426
       5500127   001   20 M   C   HIDDEN VALLEY TRAILER PARK, INC
1427
       5800824   001   20 M   C   COUNTRY VILLAGE MOBILE HM PRK
1428
       5301102   002   20 M   C   Trinity Knolls Mutual Water Company
1429
       3301947   001   20 M   C   MORNING SKY SCHOOL
1430
       1900801   005   20 M   C   COLORADO MUTUAL
1431
       1900801   004   20 M   C   COLORADO MUTUAL
1432
       5301101   003   20 M   C   Treasure Creek Woods MWC
1433
       0400026   002   20 M   C   MEADOWBROOK OAKS
1434
       5200013   002   20 M   C   WOMACK SUBDIVISION M.W.C.
1435
       1500327   001   20 M   C   RANCHO SECO INC. WATER SYSTEM
1436
       5500092   001   20 M   C   PONDEROSA MOBILE HOME PARK
1437
       3500552   001   20 M   C   Venture Estates MWC
1438
       4300526   002   20 M   C   Oakmont Water System
1439
       1400072   004   20 M   C   North Lone Pine Water District
1440
       3700937   001   20 M   C   LAZY H MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
1441
       5800823   001   20 M   C   COUNTRY AIR MOBILE HOME PARK
1442
       0202522   002   20 M   C   SIERRA PINES MOBILE HOME PARK
1443
       5400647   001   20 M   C   YOKOHL MUTUAL WATER CO.
1444
       4500023   005   20 M   C   HAT CREEK HIGHLANDS MUTUAL WATER CO
1445
       1500540   005   20 M   C   PINON HILL WATER COMPANY
1446
       4700638   001   20 M   C   Oak Valley Acres P.O.A.
1447
       1500434   002   20 M   C   BISHOP ACRES MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
1448
       0400028   002   20 M   C   BIG BEND MOBILEHOME PARK
1449
       0400028   003   20 M   C   BIG BEND MOBILEHOME PARK
1450
       0400028   001   20 M   C   BIG BEND MOBILEHOME PARK
1451
       1700563   004   20 M   C   Lake County CSA 22 - Mt. Hannah
1452
       1700563   005   20 M   C   Lake County CSA 22 - Mt. Hannah
1453
       1700563   003   20 M   C   Lake County CSA 22 - Mt. Hannah
1454
       4900514   001   20 M   C   Rancho Del Paradiso-Cal Water Svc (PUC)
1455
       4300741   001   20 M   C   Mireval Improvement Association
1456
       5500353   002   20 M   C   SIERRA VILLAGE MOBILE HOME PARK
1457
       0500068   001   20 M   C   DUNROVIN MOBILE HOME VILLAGE
1458
       0400016   003   20 M   C   BERRY CREEK COMMUNITY SER DIST
1459
       2000557   001   20 M   C   MD#43 MIAMI CREEK KNOLLS
1460
       0400013   004   20 M   C   MERRY MOUNTAIN MUTUAL
1461
       4300504   001   20 M   C   Arrowhead Cooperative Company
1462
       2701789   001   20 M   C   HOLLY HILLS MWC
1463
       3900543   001   20 M   C   MAURLAND MANOR WATER SYSTEM
1464
       5200562   002   20 M   C   PONDEROSA SKY RANCH WATER SYSTEM
1465
       1700549   001   20 M   C   Corinthian Bay Mutual Water Company
1466
       1200592   001   20 M   C   Big Lagoon CSD
1467
       3900563   001   20 M   C   GAYLA MANOR PWS
1468
       5200007   001   20 M   C   HOWELL S LAKESIDE WATER CO.
1469
       0500091   001   20 M   C   RITE OF PASSAGE/SIERRA RIDGE
1470
       1400020   001   20 M   C   Aberdeen Resort
1471
       2000849   001   20 M   C   MD#60 DILLON ESTATES
1472
       3301512   001   20 M   C   Pinyon Pimes County Water Dist
1473
       5800832   001   20 M   C   CASTLEWOOD MOBILE HOME PARK
1474
       1400036   004   20 M   C   Keeler CSD
1475
       1700516   003   20 M   C   Lake County CSA 16 - Paradise Valley
1476
       1700516   004   20 M   C   Lake County CSA 16 - Paradise Valley
1477
       1400036   002   20 M   C   Keeler CSD
1478
       5400504   001   20 M   C   A & A MHP
1479
       1700501   001   20 M   C   Adams Springs Water District
1480
       1000359   001   20 M   C   FCSA #32/CANTUA CREEK
1481
       1700546   006   20 M   C   Clearwater Mutual Water Company
1482
       5500193   001   20 M   C   TAMARRON MOBILE HOME PARK
1483
       3200188   002   20 M   C   Greenhorn Creek Services District
1484
       0400014   001   20 M   C   LAKE MADRONE WATER DISTRICT
1485
       2500503   001   20 M   C   California Pines C.S.D.
1486
       3301775   001   20 M   C   HIGH VALLEYS WATER DISTRICT
1487
       0410018   002   20 M   C   Del Oro Water Co.-Stirling Bluffs
1488
       4600017   001   20 M   C   R.R. Lewis Small WC
1489
       1700554   005   20 M   C   Lake County CSA 13 - Kono Tayee
1490
       1700554   006   20 M   C   Lake County CSA 13 - Kono Tayee
1491
       1700554   004   20 M   C   Lake County CSA 13 - Kono Tayee
1492
       1700574   002   20 M   C   Lake County CSA 18 - Starview
1493
       1700574   003   20 M   C   Lake County CSA 18 - Starview
1494
       1200553   010   20 M   C   Weott C.S.D.
1495
       1700544   005   20 M   C   Lake County CSA 7 - Bonanza Springs
1496
       1700544   002   20 M   C   Lake County CSA 7 - Bonanza Springs
1497
       1700544   004   20 M   C   Lake County CSA 7 - Bonanza Springs
1498
       3700938   002   20 M   C   YUIMA MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT IDA
1499
       5301003   002   20 M   C   Lewiston Park MWC
1500
       2310013   006   20 M   C   Point Arena Water Works
1501
       1210024   001   20 M   C   Westhaven C.S.D.
1502
       5400903   003   20 M   C   TRACT 92 C S D
1503
       5400903   005   20 M   C   TRACT 92 C S D
1504
       5400903   001   20 M   C   TRACT 92 C S D
1505
       1700568   004   20 M   C   Riviera West Mutual Water Co.
1506
       5410036   002   20 M   C   LSID-Strathmore System
1507
       4500195   003   20 M   C   STARLITE PINES MUTUAL WATER CO INC
1508
       1909006   002   20 M   C   WEST VALLEY COUNTY WATER DISTRICT
1509
       1909006   003   20 M   C   WEST VALLEY COUNTY WATER DISTRICT
1510
       1710011   002   20 M   C   Buckingham Park Water District
1511
       1710019   003   20 M   C   Lake County CSA 6 - Finley
1512
       5510033   007   20 M   C   TUD-Scenic View/Scenic Brook
1513
       5510033   001   20 M   C   TUD-Scenic View/Scenic Brook
1514
       5510033   002   20 M   C   TUD-Scenic View/Scenic Brook
1515
       5510033   003   20 M   C   TUD-Scenic View/Scenic Brook
1516
       5510033   008   20 M   C   TUD-Scenic View/Scenic Brook
1517
       5510033   005   20 M   C   TUD-Scenic View/Scenic Brook
1518
       3610023   002   20 M   C   GREEN VALLEY MWC
1519
       3200148   001   20 M   C   Feather River RV and MHP
1520
       0410009   001   20 M   C   Del Oro Water Co.-Magalia
1521
       4510015   001   20 M   C   Del Oro Water Co.-Johnson Park
1522
       2400172   003   20 M   C   Sandy Mush Detention Center
1523
       1010030   001   20 M   C   Tranquillity Irrigation Dist
1524
       1010042   001   20 M   C   MALAGA COUNTY WATER DISTRICT
1525
       1010042   004   20 M   C   MALAGA COUNTY WATER DISTRICT
1526
       2700511   001   20 M   C   Normco WC
1527
       3910009   002   20 M   C   San Joaquin County - Thornton
1528
       1210017   004   20 M   C   Manila Community Services Dist.
1529
       1710018   008   20 M   C   Lake County CSA 2 - Spring Valley
1530
       1710018   007   20 M   C   Lake County CSA 2 - Spring Valley
1531
       1010049   002   20 M   C   Biola Community Services Dist
1532
       1010049   003   20 M   C   Biola Community Services Dist
1533
       4910003   001   20 M   C   Penngrove Water Company (PUC)
1534
       1010049   004   20 M   C   Biola Community Services Dist
1535
       1010020   001   20 M   C   Laton Community Services District
1536
       1010020   002   20 M   C   Laton Community Services District
1537
       1510011   003   20 M   C   Buttonwillow CWD
1538
       1510011   001   20 M   C   Buttonwillow CWD
1539
       4710006   010   20 M   C   McCloud C.S.D.
1540
       4710006   009   20 M   C   McCloud C.S.D.
1541
       1710022   005   20 M   C   Lake County CSA 20 - Soda Bay
1542
       1210002   003   20 M   C   City of Blue Lake
1543
       1210020   003   20 M   C   Fieldbrook Glendale C.S.D.
1544
       5410025   001   20 M   C   Woodville Public Utility Dist
1545
       2410011   004   20 M   C   LE GRAND COMM SERVICES DIST
1546
       2210001   002   20 M   C   MARIPOSA PUBLIC UTILITY DIST
1547
       0610001   001   20 M   C   Arbuckle Public Utility District
1548
       1710012   004   20 M   C   Cobb Area County Water District
1549
       1710012   003   20 M   C   Cobb Area County Water District
1550
       1710007   004   20 M   C   Kelseyville Co Waterworks District 3
1551
       1710007   003   20 M   C   Kelseyville Co Waterworks District 3
1552
       1510046   004   20 M   C   Lost Hills Utility District
1553
       1510046   005   20 M   C   Lost Hills Utility District
1554
       1510046   003   20 M   C   Lost Hills Utility District
1555
       3610030   002   20 M   C   MARIANA RANCHOS CWD
1556
       1210012   005   20 M   C   City of Rio Dell
1557
       1210012   004   20 M   C   City of Rio Dell
1558
       1210012   003   20 M   C   City of Rio Dell
1559
       1610001   005   20 M   C   Armona Community Services Dist
1560
       0510003   003   20 M   C   Angels, City of
1561
       1310003   003   20 M   C   GSWC, Calipatria
1562
       2410002   005   20 M   C   DOS PALOS-CITY
1563
       1910072   002   20 M   C   GSWC - WILLOWBROOK
1564
       3610009   001   20 M   C   BIGHORN - DESERT VIEW WATER AGENCY
1565
       3310048   001   20 M   C   Coachella VWD: I.D. NO. 8
1566
       1710004   004   20 M   C   Lakeport, City of
1567
       1710004   005   20 M   C   Lakeport, City of
1568
       1710004   003   20 M   C   Lakeport, City of
1569
       4110010   020   20 M   C   Montara Water and Sanitary District
1570
       4110010   047   20 M   C   Montara Water and Sanitary District
1571
       4110010   009   20 M   C   Montara Water and Sanitary District
1572
       1910084   011   20 M   C   MAYWOOD MUTUAL WATER CO. #1
1573
       1910084   005   20 M   C   MAYWOOD MUTUAL WATER CO. #1
1574
       1910084   007   20 M   C   MAYWOOD MUTUAL WATER CO. #1
1575
       1910084   008   20 M   C   MAYWOOD MUTUAL WATER CO. #1
1576
       1910084   006   20 M   C   MAYWOOD MUTUAL WATER CO. #1
1577
       1910084   004   20 M   C   MAYWOOD MUTUAL WATER CO. #1
1578
       2310006   005   20 M   C   Millview County Water District
1579
       1910084   010   20 M   C   MAYWOOD MUTUAL WATER CO. #1
1580
       4910004   009   20 M   C   Sweetwater Springs CWD - Guerneville
1581
       4910004   007   20 M   C   Sweetwater Springs CWD - Guerneville
1582
       4910004   006   20 M   C   Sweetwater Springs CWD - Guerneville
1583
       4910004   005   20 M   C   Sweetwater Springs CWD - Guerneville
1584
       4910004   004   20 M   C   Sweetwater Springs CWD - Guerneville
1585
       4910004   008   20 M   C   Sweetwater Springs CWD - Guerneville
1586
       1510020   004   20 M   C   TEHACHAPI, CITY OF
1587
       1510020   002   20 M   C   TEHACHAPI, CITY OF
1588
       1510020   001   20 M   C   TEHACHAPI, CITY OF
1589
       1510020   005   20 M   C   TEHACHAPI, CITY OF
1590
       1510020   003   20 M   C   TEHACHAPI, CITY OF
1591
       1510045   009   20 M   C   GOLDEN HILLS CSD
1592
       3610031   002   20 M   C   MUSCOY MWC NO. 1
1593
       3610031   001   20 M   C   MUSCOY MWC NO. 1
1594
       1910160   003   20 M   C   TRACT 349 MUTUAL WATER CO.
1595
       1910160   004   20 M   C   TRACT 349 MUTUAL WATER CO.
1596
       1910160   006   20 M   C   TRACT 349 MUTUAL WATER CO.
1597
       5410020   007   20 M   C   Woodlake, City of
1598
       1510038   001   20 M   C   BEAR VALLEY CSD
1599
       4510016   001   20 M   C   Clear Creek CSD-Anderson
1600
       1010026   001   20 M   C   PINEDALE COUNTY WATER DISTRICT
1601
       2410010   002   20 M   C   WINTON WATER & SANITARY DIST
1602
       5510001   004   20 M   C   TUD - Sonora/Jamestown Water System
1603
       5510001   001   20 M   C   TUD - Sonora/Jamestown Water System
1604
       2010001   003   20 M   C   CHOWCHILLA CITY WATER DEPT
1605
       2010001   009   20 M   C   CHOWCHILLA CITY WATER DEPT
1606
       2010001   007   20 M   C   CHOWCHILLA CITY WATER DEPT
1607
       2010001   001   20 M   C   CHOWCHILLA CITY WATER DEPT
1608
       2010001   002   20 M   C   CHOWCHILLA CITY WATER DEPT
1609
       2010001   010   20 M   C   CHOWCHILLA CITY WATER DEPT
1610
       2010001   004   20 M   C   CHOWCHILLA CITY WATER DEPT
1611
       2010001   005   20 M   C   CHOWCHILLA CITY WATER DEPT
1612
       2010001   008   20 M   C   CHOWCHILLA CITY WATER DEPT
1613
       2010001   006   20 M   C   CHOWCHILLA CITY WATER DEPT
1614
       0410011   001   20 M   C   Del Oro Water Co.-Paradise Pines
1615
       0410011   002   20 M   C   Del Oro Water Co.-Paradise Pines
1616
       5410006   001   20 M   C   Lindsay, City of
1617
       1210006   005   20 M   C   City of Fortuna
1618
       1210006   006   20 M   C   City of Fortuna
1619
       1210006   004   20 M   C   City of Fortuna
1620
       1510013   001   20 M   C   City of McFarland
1621
       2410004   004   20 M   C   LIVINGSTON-CITY
1622
       2410004   003   20 M   C   LIVINGSTON-CITY
1623
       1910159   001   20 M   C   TRACT 180 MUTUAL WATER CO.
1624
       5210004   016   20 M   C   City of Red Bluff
1625
       5210004   008   20 M   C   City of Red Bluff
1626
       3310032   002   20 M   C   San Jacinto, City of
1627
       3310032   001   20 M   C   San Jacinto, City of
1628
       1210016   001   20 M   C   McKinleyville C.S.D.
1629
       1510019   008   20 M   C   Shafter, City of
1630
       1510019   001   20 M   C   Shafter, City of
1631
       2310003   005   20 M   C   Ukiah, City of
1632
       1510022   002   20 M   C   West Kern CWD
1633
       1510022   001   20 M   C   West Kern CWD
1634
       3510003   004   20 M   C   Sunnyslope County Water Dist
1635
       3510003   006   20 M   C   Sunnyslope County Water Dist
1636
       1610002   002   20 M   C   Avenal, City of
1637
       3610049   002   20 M   C   TWENTYNINE PALMS WATER DIST
1638
       3610049   001   20 M   C   TWENTYNINE PALMS WATER DIST
1639
       1510021   004   20 M   C   Wasco, City of
1640
       1510021   002   20 M   C   Wasco, City of
1641
       3310016   004   20 M   C   Hemet, City of
1642
       1910038   003   20 M   C   EL MONTE-CITY, WATER DEPT.
1643
       1010024   001   20 M   C   CWS - Selma
1644
       1910011   006   20 M   C   GSWC - BELL, BELL GARDENS
1645
       1910011   007   20 M   C   GSWC - BELL, BELL GARDENS
1646
       1310001   004   20 M   C   Brawley, City of
1647
       1310001   006   20 M   C   Brawley, City of
1648
       3310006   002   20 M   C   Banning, City of
1649
       3310006   001   20 M   C   Banning, City of
1650
       3310006   004   20 M   C   Banning, City of
1651
       1310002   002   20 M   C   Calexico, City of
1652
       0710004   009   20 M   C   City of Brentwood
1653
       0710004   011   20 M   C   City of Brentwood
1654
       5110002   035   20 M   C   City of Yuba City
1655
       5110002   037   20 M   C   City of Yuba City
1656
       5110002   030   20 M   C   City of Yuba City
1657
       5110002   028   20 M   C   City of Yuba City
1658
       5110002   019   20 M   C   City of Yuba City
1659
       5110002   034   20 M   C   City of Yuba City
1660
       1510005   004   20 M   C   Delano, City of
1661
       3310021   007   20 M   C   Jurupa Community SD
1662
       3310021   001   20 M   C   Jurupa Community SD
1663
       3310021   008   20 M   C   Jurupa Community SD
1664
       3310021   006   20 M   C   Jurupa Community SD
1665
       3310021   004   20 M   C   Jurupa Community SD
1666
       3310021   005   20 M   C   Jurupa Community SD
1667
       3310021   003   20 M   C   Jurupa Community SD
1668
       1910026   001   20 M   C   COMPTON-CITY, WATER DEPT.
1669
       1910026   002   20 M   C   COMPTON-CITY, WATER DEPT.
1670
       1910026   009   20 M   C   COMPTON-CITY, WATER DEPT.
1671
       1910026   004   20 M   C   COMPTON-CITY, WATER DEPT.
1672
       1910026   005   20 M   C   COMPTON-CITY, WATER DEPT.
1673
       1910026   007   20 M   C   COMPTON-CITY, WATER DEPT.
1674
       2410009   004   20 M   C   MERCED, CITY OF
1675
       2410009   006   20 M   C   MERCED, CITY OF
1676
       2410009   005   20 M   C   MERCED, CITY OF
1677
       3610039   033   20 M   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
1678
       1010007   023   20 M   C   FRESNO, CITY OF
1679
       1010007   022   20 M   C   FRESNO, CITY OF
1680
       1010007   021   20 M   C   FRESNO, CITY OF
1681
       1010007   024   20 M   C   FRESNO, CITY OF
1682
       1400068   001   20 M   P   Deep Springs College
1683
       1400068   002   20 M   P   Deep Springs College
1684
       2210900   001   20 M   P   Cedar Lodge Resort
1685
       0202501   001   20 M   P   DIAMOND VALLEY SCHOOL
1686
       2510800   001   20 M   P   Devil's Garden Conserv. Camp
1687
       1100527   001   20 M   P   Capay Joint Union Elem. School
1688
       1000194   002   20 M   P   PACIFIC UNION ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
1689
       3900511   001   20 M   P   SJC MICKE GROVE PARK
1690
       1000217   001   20 M   P   CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL
1691
       3400259   001   20 M   P   GRANT HIGH SCHOOL (SWS)
1692
       4300608   001   20 M   P   Gavilan Jr. College
1693
       4200872   005   20 M   N   VENTUCOPA WATER SUPPLY
1694
       3600452   001   20 M   N   Lucerne Valley Parks & Rec (CSA 29)
1695
       3600541   001   20 M   N   Association of Well Owners
1696
       5301103   002   20 M   N   Covington Mill - A
1697
       5400708   001   20 M   N   ALPINE VILLAGE WATER CO.
1698
       4700517   003   20 M   N   Sawyers Bar County Water District
1699
       4700517   004   20 M   N   Sawyers Bar County Water District
1700
       4700807   001   20 M   N   JH Ranch
1701
       4910306   001   20 M   N   CSP-Armstrong Redwoods State Reserve
1702
       3200155   003   15 M   C   FRCCSD - HOT SPRINGS CSD
1703
       1000405   001   15 M   C   DOYAL S MOBILE HOME PARK
1704
       5400660   001   15 M   C   LAKE SUCCESS MOBILE LODGE
1705
       1400109   001   15 M   C   Sierra North Community Services District
1706
       1400034   003   15 M   C   Keough s Hot Springs
1707
       1500398   003   15 M   C   FRONTIER TRAIL HOMEOWNERS ASSOC, INC.
1708
       1400034   002   15 M   C   Keough s Hot Springs
1709
       1400034   001   15 M   C   Keough s Hot Springs
1710
       2300668   001   15 M   C   Point Cabrillo Highlands
1711
       3400401   001   15 M   C   PLANTATION MOBILE HOME PARK
1712
       1700536   001   15 M   C   Sunrise Shore Mutual Water Company
1713
       2600621   001   15 M   C   WHITE MOUNTAIN ESTATES
1714
       4500063   001   15 M   C   CEDAR CREEK MOBILEHOME PARK
1715
       2000589   001   15 M   C   MAMMOTH POOL MOBILE HOME PARK
1716
       2000589   002   15 M   C   MAMMOTH POOL MOBILE HOME PARK
1717
       1500421   001   15 M   C   Longview Mobile Estates, Rosamond
1718
       0300024   001   15 M   C   TABEAU MOBILE HOME PARK
1719
       1000248   001   15 M   C   DOUBLE L MOBILE RANCH PARK
1720
       5500096   001   15 M   C   SIERRA TWAIN HARTE MOBILE PARK
1721
       2300506   004   15 M   C   Meadow Estates Mutual
1722
       1000254   001   15 M   C   SANDY POINT MOBILE HOME PARK
1723
       5500353   004   15 M   C   SIERRA VILLAGE MOBILE HOME PARK
1724
       1502247   002   15 M   C   DESERT BREEZE MOBILE HOME ESTATES
1725
       0400016   001   15 M   C   BERRY CREEK COMMUNITY SER DIST
1726
       0500068   003   15 M   C   DUNROVIN MOBILE HOME VILLAGE
1727
       0500068   002   15 M   C   DUNROVIN MOBILE HOME VILLAGE
1728
       1400037   001   15 M   C   Foothill Lone Pine Mobile Home Park, LLC
1729
       2000724   001   15 M   C   SA#14 CHUK CHANSE SUBDIVISION
1730
       5500041   001   15 M   C   ALPINE ACRES MUTUAL WATER CO
1731
       4900637   002   15 M   C   Magic Mountain Mutual Water Company
1732
       0900217   001   15 M   C   BEAR STATE WATER WORKS
1733
       2000527   001   15 M   C   YOSEMITE FORKS ESTATES MUTUAL WTR
1734
       1000023   001   15 M   C   FCSA #14/BELMONT MANOR
1735
       4900787   002   15 M   C   Plaza Mobile Home Park
1736
       4900787   001   15 M   C   Plaza Mobile Home Park
1737
       0500019   002   15 M   C   MINERAL MOUNTAIN MUTUAL WATER
1738
       1500374   001   15 M   C   CWS-GRAND OAKS WATER SYSTEM
1739
       2600501   001   15 M   C   BIRCHIM COMMUNITY SERVICE DIST
1740
       4700542   002   15 M   C   Abrams Lake Mobile Estates
1741
       5500042   002   15 M   C   BELLEVIEW OAKS MUTUAL WATER CO
1742
       5500042   003   15 M   C   BELLEVIEW OAKS MUTUAL WATER CO
1743
       5500042   004   15 M   C   BELLEVIEW OAKS MUTUAL WATER CO
1744
       2000552   002   15 M   C   MD#24 TEAFORD MEADOW LAKES
1745
       1000041   001   15 M   C   FCWWD #38/SKY HARBOUR
1746
       5500149   001   15 M   C   COLUMBIA MOBILE HOME PARK
1747
       4900552   001   15 M   C   Michele Mutual Water Company
1748
       3600185   001   15 M   C   Oak Glen Domestic Water
1749
       0600011   001   15 M   C   Del Oro Water Co.-Walnut Ranch
1750
       4000512   004   15 M   C   BELLA VISTA MOBILE LODGE
1751
       4600018   005   15 M   C   Sierraville P.U.D.
1752
       2600538   002   15 M   C   LOWER ROCK CREEK MUTUAL WATER CO.
1753
       5400957   001   15 M   C   WEST GOSHEN MUTUAL WATER CO.
1754
       2600538   001   15 M   C   LOWER ROCK CREEK MUTUAL WATER CO.
1755
       1000426   001   15 M   C   RIVERBEND MOBILE HOME & RV PARK
1756
       5400504   003   15 M   C   A & A MHP
1757
       3301428   002   15 M   C   Blythe - Mesa Ranch
1758
       4600019   001   15 M   C   Sierra Co. W.W.D #1 Calpine
1759
       4200870   004   15 M   C   CASMALIA COMM. SERVICE DIST.
1760
       3100038   001   15 M   C   HEATHER GLEN COMMUNITY SERVICE DIST
1761
       0910007   003   15 M   C   Lukins Brothers Water Company
1762
       0910007   001   15 M   C   Lukins Brothers Water Company
1763
       0310015   002   15 M   C   Rabb Park Community Ser. Dist.
1764
       5500193   002   15 M   C   TAMARRON MOBILE HOME PARK
1765
       2000509   010   15 M   C   CASCADEL MUTUAL WATER SYSTEM
1766
       2000509   009   15 M   C   CASCADEL MUTUAL WATER SYSTEM
1767
       2000509   007   15 M   C   CASCADEL MUTUAL WATER SYSTEM
1768
       3700922   003   15 M   C   LIVE OAK SPRINGS WATER COMPANY
1769
       1400005   001   15 M   C   Owens Valley Water Company
1770
       2000509   012   15 M   C   CASCADEL MUTUAL WATER SYSTEM
1771
       2000509   011   15 M   C   CASCADEL MUTUAL WATER SYSTEM
1772
       2000509   008   15 M   C   CASCADEL MUTUAL WATER SYSTEM
1773
       5400641   002   15 M   C   TEVISTON C S D
1774
       2400167   002   15 M   C   BALLICO COMMUNITY SERV. DIST.
1775
       2300591   005   15 M   C   Pine Mountain Mutual Water Co.
1776
       1800534   001   15 M   C   Spaulding/Eagle Lake MWC
1777
       5100107   003   15 M   C   Sutter Co. WWD#1 (Robbins)
1778
       3900831   001   15 M   C   ARBOR MOBILE HOME PARK
1779
       1400006   003   15 M   C   Rovana Village
1780
       1400006   004   15 M   C   Rovana Village
1781
       1400006   002   15 M   C   Rovana Village
1782
       1000021   001   15 M   C   FCSA #5/WILDWOOD ISLAND
1783
       1800512   003   15 M   C   Clear Creek CSD-Westwood
1784
       5400670   001   15 M   C   TRIPLE R MUTUAL WATER CO.
1785
       1200538   006   15 M   C   Myers Flat M.W.S. Inc.
1786
       3600226   003   15 M   C   CSA 70F, Morongo Valley
1787
       3600226   004   15 M   C   CSA 70F, Morongo Valley
1788
       2310013   008   15 M   C   Point Arena Water Works
1789
       2310013   009   15 M   C   Point Arena Water Works
1790
       4000568   002   15 M   C   SAN SIMEON CSD
1791
       5000005   003   15 M   C   CROWS LANDING COMM SVC DISTRICT
1792
       2000521   001   15 M   C   Broadview Terrace Mutual Water Company
1793
       4600009   004   15 M   C   Sierra Brooks PSD
1794
       1800511   001   15 M   C   Lake Forest Mutual W.C.
1795
       1410002   006   15 M   C   LADWP - INDEPENDENCE
1796
       1410002   002   15 M   C   LADWP - INDEPENDENCE
1797
       3110048   002   15 M   C   Placer CSA - Sheridan
1798
       3110023   002   15 M   C   North Tahoe PUD - Carnelian Woods
1799
       3110023   001   15 M   C   North Tahoe PUD - Carnelian Woods
1800
       3110023   004   15 M   C   North Tahoe PUD - Carnelian Woods
1801
       3600301   001   15 M   C   Strawberry Lodge MWC
1802
       3610023   004   15 M   C   GREEN VALLEY MWC
1803
       2010009   001   15 M   C   MADERA CO SA NO 19-ROLLING HILLS
1804
       1410005   001   15 M   C   INDIAN CREEK COMMUNITY SERVICE DISTRICT
1805
       3110036   003   15 M   C   North Tahoe PUD - Dollar Cove
1806
       1510051   008   15 M   C   LEBEC COUNTY WATER DISTRICT
1807
       1510051   002   15 M   C   LEBEC COUNTY WATER DISTRICT
1808
       1510051   006   15 M   C   LEBEC COUNTY WATER DISTRICT
1809
       1510051   009   15 M   C   LEBEC COUNTY WATER DISTRICT
1810
       1510051   011   15 M   C   LEBEC COUNTY WATER DISTRICT
1811
       1510051   005   15 M   C   LEBEC COUNTY WATER DISTRICT
1812
       1510051   010   15 M   C   LEBEC COUNTY WATER DISTRICT
1813
       1510051   013   15 M   C   LEBEC COUNTY WATER DISTRICT
1814
       1510051   003   15 M   C   LEBEC COUNTY WATER DISTRICT
1815
       1510051   012   15 M   C   LEBEC COUNTY WATER DISTRICT
1816
       1610006   003   15 M   C   Stratford PUD
1817
       0610003   001   15 M   C   Maxwell Public Utility District
1818
       5510026   001   15 M   C   PHOENIX LAKE ESTATES CC MWC
1819
       5510026   003   15 M   C   PHOENIX LAKE ESTATES CC MWC
1820
       5510026   002   15 M   C   PHOENIX LAKE ESTATES CC MWC
1821
       5510026   004   15 M   C   PHOENIX LAKE ESTATES CC MWC
1822
       5400631   003   15 M   C   LINNELL FARM LABOR CENTER
1823
       1410004   001   15 M   C   BIG PINE CSD
1824
       3610021   001   15 M   C   FALLSVALE SERVICE COMPANY
1825
       1410003   003   15 M   C   LADWP - LONE PINE
1826
       1410003   002   15 M   C   LADWP - LONE PINE
1827
       4510004   003   15 M   C   Shasta Co. Service Area #6
1828
       2010006   001   15 M   C   MADERA CSA NO 3 PARKSDALE
1829
       5410033   002   15 M   C   Pratt Mutual Water Co
1830
       2410018   002   15 M   C   SANTA NELLA COUNTY WATER DISTRICT
1831
       4010010   003   15 M   C   San Miguel Community Services District
1832
       4510008   001   15 M   C   Fall River Mills C.S.D.
1833
       1610007   005   15 M   C   Home Garden CSD
1834
       3610011   001   15 M   C   CEDARPINES PARK MWC
1835
       5410014   005   15 M   C   Tipton Community Services Dist
1836
       1710010   002   15 M   C   Lower Lake County Water District
1837
       3610048   003   15 M   C   TERRACE WATER CO
1838
       4510013   001   15 M   C   Shasta C.S.D.
1839
       4510013   002   15 M   C   Shasta C.S.D.
1840
       1010028   005   15 M   C   Riverdale Public Utility District
1841
       4510002   003   15 M   C   Mountain Gate C.S.D.
1842
       4510002   002   15 M   C   Mountain Gate C.S.D.
1843
       4510002   006   15 M   C   Mountain Gate C.S.D.
1844
       3210009   003   15 M   C   Chester Public U.D.
1845
       5410009   011   15 M   C   Pixley Public Util Dist
1846
       5110007   002   15 M   C   Sutter Community S.D.
1847
       2910002   003   15 M   C   City of Nevada City
1848
       2910002   004   15 M   C   City of Nevada City
1849
       2910002   002   15 M   C   City of Nevada City
1850
       5510012   007   15 M   C   TUD - Upper Basin Water System
1851
       5510012   001   15 M   C   TUD - Upper Basin Water System
1852
       5510012   002   15 M   C   TUD - Upper Basin Water System
1853
       5510012   005   15 M   C   TUD - Upper Basin Water System
1854
       5510012   006   15 M   C   TUD - Upper Basin Water System
1855
       5510012   009   15 M   C   TUD - Upper Basin Water System
1856
       2710019   001   15 M   C   CWSC Oak Hills
1857
       5310001   005   15 M   C   Weaverville C.S.D.
1858
       1410001   005   15 M   C   CITY OF BISHOP
1859
       1410001   006   15 M   C   CITY OF BISHOP
1860
       1410001   003   15 M   C   CITY OF BISHOP
1861
       1310011   005   15 M   C   Coachella VWD: I.D. NO. 11
1862
       1310011   006   15 M   C   Coachella VWD: I.D. NO. 11
1863
       1310011   007   15 M   C   Coachella VWD: I.D. NO. 11
1864
       1310011   008   15 M   C   Coachella VWD: I.D. NO. 11
1865
       0910003   005   15 M   C   Placerville, City of - Main
1866
       0910003   008   15 M   C   Placerville, City of - Main
1867
       3110001   002   15 M   C   North Tahoe PUD - Main
1868
       3110001   014   15 M   C   North Tahoe PUD - Main
1869
       3110001   006   15 M   C   North Tahoe PUD - Main
1870
       3310048   002   15 M   C   Coachella VWD: I.D. NO. 8
1871
       1910195   001   15 M   C   GSWC - HOLLYDALE
1872
       1910195   002   15 M   C   GSWC - HOLLYDALE
1873
       2310006   004   15 M   C   Millview County Water District
1874
       2310006   003   15 M   C   Millview County Water District
1875
       2310006   002   15 M   C   Millview County Water District
1876
       2710012   001   15 M   C   CWSC Salinas Hills
1877
       3910010   001   15 M   C   San Joaquin County - Lincoln Village
1878
       3310051   001   15 M   C   Myoma Dunes Mutual Water Company
1879
       1910085   001   15 M   C   MAYWOOD MUTUAL WATER CO. #2
1880
       5410008   008   15 M   C   Orosi Public Utility District
1881
       1510041   003   15 M   C   North of the River MWD
1882
       3310063   006   15 M   C   Coachella VWD: I.D. NO. 10
1883
       3310063   004   15 M   C   Coachella VWD: I.D. NO. 10
1884
       2410010   001   15 M   C   WINTON WATER & SANITARY DIST
1885
       3610044   004   15 M   C   DWP - BIG BEAR LAKE/MOONRIDGE
1886
       3610044   005   15 M   C   DWP - BIG BEAR LAKE/MOONRIDGE
1887
       3310029   002   15 M   C   Perris, City of
1888
       3310029   001   15 M   C   Perris, City of
1889
       1810001   003   15 M   C   City of Susanville
1890
       4010011   012   15 M   C   MORRO BAY WATER DEPARTMENT
1891
       4010011   010   15 M   C   MORRO BAY WATER DEPARTMENT
1892
       1010019   004   15 M   C   Kingsburg, City of
1893
       1010019   001   15 M   C   Kingsburg, City of
1894
       1010019   005   15 M   C   Kingsburg, City of
1895
       1210006   003   15 M   C   City of Fortuna
1896
       3310003   003   15 M   C   Blythe - City of
1897
       3310003   002   15 M   C   Blythe - City of
1898
       2910004   015   15 M   C   Nevada ID - E. George, Banner Mountain
1899
       4510014   002   15 M   C   Bella Vista Water District
1900
       4510014   007   15 M   C   Bella Vista Water District
1901
       4510014   004   15 M   C   Bella Vista Water District
1902
       4510014   005   15 M   C   Bella Vista Water District
1903
       2710009   001   15 M   C   CWSC King City
1904
       3410704   004   15 M   C   SCWA Mather-Sunrise
1905
       1610002   009   15 M   C   Avenal, City of
1906
       1910161   002   15 M   C   PARK WC - LYNWOOD
1907
       1910161   001   15 M   C   PARK WC - LYNWOOD
1908
       2710008   003   15 M   C   Greenfield, City of
1909
       3610008   008   15 M   C   BIG BEAR CITY CSD
1910
       1010027   003   15 M   C   REEDLEY, CITY OF
1911
       1010027   005   15 M   C   REEDLEY, CITY OF
1912
       1010027   006   15 M   C   REEDLEY, CITY OF
1913
       1010027   004   15 M   C   REEDLEY, CITY OF
1914
       1910021   001   15 M   C   PARK WC - COMPTON
1915
       2410005   002   15 M   C   LOS BANOS-CITY
1916
       1510029   001   15 M   C   Vaughn WC INC
1917
       3610043   004   15 M   C   GOLDEN STATE WATER CO - BARSTOW
1918
       3610043   003   15 M   C   GOLDEN STATE WATER CO - BARSTOW
1919
       4210006   002   15 M   C   LOMPOC-CITY WATER UTILITY DIV
1920
       3610055   003   15 M   C   YUCAIPA VALLEY WD ID-A&2
1921
       3610055   002   15 M   C   YUCAIPA VALLEY WD ID-A&2
1922
       3610055   001   15 M   C   YUCAIPA VALLEY WD ID-A&2
1923
       4410011   004   15 M   C   Watsonville, City of
1924
       4410011   001   15 M   C   Watsonville, City of
1925
       4410011   002   15 M   C   Watsonville, City of
1926
       1610003   002   15 M   C   Hanford, City of
1927
       2010002   012   15 M   C   MADERA-CITY
1928
       3310020   005   15 M   C   Indio Water Authority
1929
       3310020   003   15 M   C   Indio Water Authority
1930
       3310020   004   15 M   C   Indio Water Authority
1931
       0910002   005   15 M   C   South Tahoe PUD - Main
1932
       3610052   002   15 M   C   VICTOR VALLEY WATER DISTRICT
1933
       3610052   003   15 M   C   VICTOR VALLEY WATER DISTRICT
1934
       3610052   004   15 M   C   VICTOR VALLEY WATER DISTRICT
1935
       1910152   003   15 M   C   SOUTH GATE-CITY, WATER DEPT.
1936
       1910152   002   15 M   C   SOUTH GATE-CITY, WATER DEPT.
1937
       1910051   002   15 M   C   INGLEWOOD- CITY, WATER DEPT.
1938
       2710010   001   15 M   C   CWSC Salinas
1939
       2710010   002   15 M   C   CWSC Salinas
1940
       3310012   005   15 M   C   Elsinore Valley MWD
1941
       3910012   008   15 M   C   City of Stockton
1942
       3410001   001   15 M   C   Sacramento Suburban Water District
1943
       3410001   004   15 M   C   Sacramento Suburban Water District
1944
       3410001   003   15 M   C   Sacramento Suburban Water District
1945
       3710014   005   15 M   C   Oceanside, City of
1946
       3710014   004   15 M   C   Oceanside, City of
1947
       3710014   002   15 M   C   Oceanside, City of
1948
       3310009   062   15 M   C   Eastern Municipal WD
1949
       3310009   060   15 M   C   Eastern Municipal WD
1950
       3310009   064   15 M   C   Eastern Municipal WD
1951
       1010007   014   15 M   C   FRESNO, CITY OF
1952
       1010007   015   15 M   C   FRESNO, CITY OF
1953
       1010007   017   15 M   C   FRESNO, CITY OF
1954
       1010007   013   15 M   C   FRESNO, CITY OF
1955
       1010007   016   15 M   C   FRESNO, CITY OF
1956
       1400102   002   15 M   P   Laws Town LADWP
1957
       1400102   001   15 M   P   Laws Town LADWP
1958
       4500169   001   15 M   P   CEDAR CREEK SCHOOL
1959
       2000840   001   15 M   P   INDIAN SPRINGS CHILDREN CENTER
1960
       1500517   003   15 M   P   STOCO MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
1961
       1710800   001   15 M   P   CDF-Konocti Conservation Camp
1962
       2100545   003   15 M   P   WALKER CREEK RANCH EDUCATIONAL CENTER
1963
       2702317   001   15 M   P   MISSION SCHOOL WS
1964
       2400110   001   15 M   P   MCHA ATWATER CENTER
1965
       1400019   002   15 M   P   Round Valley School
1966
       3702364   002   15 M   P   CLOVER FLAT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
1967
       3701010   002   15 M   P   WARNER UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
1968
       1000315   001   15 M   P   CLAY JOINT SCHOOL
1969
       3700018   001   15 M   P   CAMPO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
1970
       3700963   001   15 M   P   POTRERO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
1971
       0900111   001   15 M   P   PIONEER SCHOOL
1972
       1000020   001   15 M   N   FCSA #1/TAMARACK
1973
       1000024   001   15 M   N   FCSA #23/EXCHEQUER HEIGHTS
1974
       2701176   001   15 M   N   SOLEDAD MISSION WS
1975
       4300814   001   15 M   N   SCC Animal Shelter/Airport
1976
       5400896   001   15 M   N   FAR HORIZON CAMP
1977
       5500171   001   15 M   N   REGIONAL LEARNING CENTER
1978
       1910253   007   10 M   C   Central Basin MWD
1979
       4010022   008   10 M   C   LOPEZ PROJECT
1980
       5000218   006   10 M   C   COUNTRY VILLA APTS
1981
       5000218   004   10 M   C   COUNTRY VILLA APTS
1982
       2300502   001   10 M   C   Albion Mutual Water Company
1983
       2700622   001   10 M   C   OUTLOOK WA
1984
       3100019   001   10 M   C   NORTH EDEN VALLEY
1985
       4700630   003   10 M   C   Shasta View Heights Owners Association
1986
       1500455   002   10 M   C   WILLIAM FISHER MEMORIAL WATER COMPANY
1987
       1900038   002   10 M   C   LANCASTER PARK MOBILE HOME PARK
1988
       2700547   002   10 M   C   DESMOND RD WS #03
1989
       2700579   002   10 M   C   ELKHORN RD WS #04
1990
       2700579   001   10 M   C   ELKHORN RD WS #04
1991
       1200687   001   10 M   C   Riverbend MHP
1992
       2702110   001   10 M   C   DELANY WC
1993
       2700624   001   10 M   C   LEAFWOOD COMMUNITY WA
1994
       2700656   002   10 M   C   MORO COJO MWA
1995
       2300730   003   10 M   C   Westport County Water District
1996
       2701034   001   10 M   C   APPLE AVE WS #02
1997
       1000063   001   10 M   C   NEW AUBERRY WATER ASSOCIATION
1998
       1000063   002   10 M   C   NEW AUBERRY WATER ASSOCIATION
1999
       1000063   003   10 M   C   NEW AUBERRY WATER ASSOCIATION
2000
       1500508   001   10 M   C   TWIN PINES MOBILEHOME PARK
2001
       4500084   001   10 M   C   MCARTHUR MOBILEHOME PARK
2002
       0900102   001   10 M   C   GOLD BEACH PARK
2003
       1900975   003   10 M   C   WHITE ROCK LAKE RV PARK
2004
       1502690   002   10 M   C   DUNE III Water Co., LLC
2005
       1000260   001   10 M   C   SANDY CREEK VILLAGE MHP
2006
       5200503   003   10 M   C   Mineral County Water District
2007
       3600123   001   10 M   C   Hi Desert MWC
2008
       2000593   001   10 M   C   OAKHURST MOBILE HOME ESTATES
2009
       5000010   001   10 M   C   TID/ LA GRANGE WATER SYSTEM
2010
       5400940   001   10 M   C   SIERRA KING HOMEOWNERS ASSN
2011
       5200585   001   10 M   C   MINERAL HOMEOWNER S ASSN
2012
       2701658   001   10 M   C   ARROYO CENTER WC
2013
       2701658   002   10 M   C   ARROYO CENTER WC
2014
       1500401   004   10 M   C   METTLER COUNTY WATER DISTRICT
2015
       2700612   001   10 M   C   LAGUNA SECA WC
2016
       2210901   002   10 M   C   MPWD-Coulterville CSA 1
2017
       4700551   002   10 M   C   Copco Lake MWC
2018
       1500424   001   10 M   C   Lands of Promise Mutual Water Associatio
2019
       5500080   002   10 M   C   TWAIN HARTE VALLEY MWC
2020
       5500053   001   10 M   C   LEISURE PINES MUTUAL WATER CO
2021
       2000551   001   10 M   C   MD#07 MARINA VIEW HEIGHTS
2022
       2800516   001   10 M   C   TUCKER ACRES MUTUAL WATER CO.
2023
       4000512   001   10 M   C   BELLA VISTA MOBILE LODGE
2024
       2800516   002   10 M   C   TUCKER ACRES MUTUAL WATER CO.
2025
       5500104   001   10 M   C   CASCADE ESTATES
2026
       1000061   001   10 M   C   MUSICK MEADOWS #2
2027
       3600279   002   10 M   C   Golden State Water; Desert View
2028
       5500040   001   10 M   C   BLUEBELL VALLEY MWC
2029
       5400934   001   10 M   C   PONDEROSA CSD
2030
       5000017   001   10 M   C   PARK HEIGHTS MUTUAL WATER CO
2031
       2910011   002   10 M   C   PlaVada Community Association
2032
       3600166   002   10 M   C   Mill Creek MSC
2033
       5500077   001   10 M   C   SLIDE INN SNOWBOWL WATER CO
2034
       1500557   001   10 M   C   STOCKDALE RANCHOS MUTUAL WATER CO
2035
       5510007   001   10 M   C   DEL ORO WATER COMPANY - STRAWBERRY DIST.
2036
       5510007   002   10 M   C   DEL ORO WATER COMPANY - STRAWBERRY DIST.
2037
       3702754   002   10 M   C   RANCHO CORRIDO RV RESORT
2038
       3702754   003   10 M   C   RANCHO CORRIDO RV RESORT
2039
       3702754   001   10 M   C   RANCHO CORRIDO RV RESORT
2040
       3702754   004   10 M   C   RANCHO CORRIDO RV RESORT
2041
       5700712   002   10 M   C   DUNNIGAN WATER WORKS
2042
       1500475   001   10 M   C   KRISTA MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
2043
       3410022   001   10 M   C   Olympia Mobilodge
2044
       1500459   001   10 M   C   LAKE OF THE WOODS MOBILE VILLAGE
2045
       1210024   004   10 M   C   Westhaven C.S.D.
2046
       5510027   002   10 M   C   TUD-Cuesta Center-Lambert Lakes
2047
       2701676   003   10 M   C   SAN LUCAS WD
2048
       4000222   005   10 M   C   AVILA BEACH COMM SERVICE DIST
2049
       4000222   003   10 M   C   AVILA BEACH COMM SERVICE DIST
2050
       3600258   001   10 M   C   Sky Forest MWC
2051
       3600200   001   10 M   C   Rancheritos MWC
2052
       5610006   004   10 M   C   YERBA BUENA WATER COMPANY
2053
       3600220   004   10 M   C   CSA 42 Oro Grande
2054
       3600220   003   10 M   C   CSA 42 Oro Grande
2055
       3600220   005   10 M   C   CSA 42 Oro Grande
2056
       3600220   001   10 M   C   CSA 42 Oro Grande
2057
       0800555   005   10 M   C   Gasquet C.S.D.
2058
       0800555   002   10 M   C   Gasquet C.S.D.
2059
       1510051   001   10 M   C   LEBEC COUNTY WATER DISTRICT
2060
       3910024   003   10 M   C   San Joaquin County - Wilkinson Manor
2061
       3600270   004   10 M   C   Golden State Water-Mor Del Norte
2062
       3600270   003   10 M   C   Golden State Water-Mor Del Norte
2063
       3610108   001   10 M   C   GOLDEN STATE WATER CO - LUCERNE
2064
       1210019   001   10 M   C   Hydesville Co. W.D.
2065
       1210019   002   10 M   C   Hydesville Co. W.D.
2066
       1210019   003   10 M   C   Hydesville Co. W.D.
2067
       3610007   004   10 M   C   BASELINE GARDENS MWC
2068
       3610007   005   10 M   C   BASELINE GARDENS MWC
2069
       5410011   002   10 M   C   Springville PUD
2070
       1210002   002   10 M   C   City of Blue Lake
2071
       5410011   003   10 M   C   Springville PUD
2072
       1910023   005   10 M   C   AVERYDALE MWC
2073
       3310013   004   10 M   C   Elsinore WD - Country Club
2074
       3210010   001   10 M   C   Hamilton Branch CSD
2075
       3610060   002   10 M   C   SBDNO COUNTY SERVICE AREA W-1
2076
       1210020   006   10 M   C   Fieldbrook Glendale C.S.D.
2077
       5710007   005   10 M   C   Esparto C.S.D.
2078
       3310079   004   10 M   C   Elsinore WD - Lakeland
2079
       3310079   001   10 M   C   Elsinore WD - Lakeland
2080
       3310079   003   10 M   C   Elsinore WD - Lakeland
2081
       3310079   005   10 M   C   Elsinore WD - Lakeland
2082
       3310079   002   10 M   C   Elsinore WD - Lakeland
2083
       1010039   011   10 M   C   Caruthers Comm Serv Dist
2084
       3610105   003   10 M   C   GOLDEN STATE WATER CO - APPLE VLY NORTH
2085
       3610105   002   10 M   C   GOLDEN STATE WATER CO - APPLE VLY NORTH
2086
       1510007   003   10 M   C   FRAZIER PARK PUD
2087
       1510007   001   10 M   C   FRAZIER PARK PUD
2088
       3310019   011   10 M   C   Idyllwild Water District
2089
       3310019   001   10 M   C   Idyllwild Water District
2090
       3310019   003   10 M   C   Idyllwild Water District
2091
       3310019   006   10 M   C   Idyllwild Water District
2092
       5510005   001   10 M   C   TWAIN HARTE COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT
2093
       5510005   002   10 M   C   TWAIN HARTE COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT
2094
       0210001   002   10 M   C   Lake Alpine Water Company
2095
       3610063   003   10 M   C   GOLDEN STATE WATER CO - MORONGO DEL SUR
2096
       2010003   002   10 M   C   BASS LAKE WATER COMPANY
2097
       4910028   008   10 M   C   Sweetwater Springs CWD - Monte Rio
2098
       2610003   001   10 M   C   BRIDGEPORT PUD
2099
       3610030   001   10 M   C   MARIANA RANCHOS CWD
2100
       5010021   003   10 M   C   Denair Community Services District
2101
       5010021   002   10 M   C   Denair Community Services District
2102
       5010021   004   10 M   C   Denair Community Services District
2103
       5010021   007   10 M   C   Denair Community Services District
2104
       5010021   005   10 M   C   Denair Community Services District
2105
       2710018   003   10 M   C   Seaside Municipal Water System
2106
       2710018   002   10 M   C   Seaside Municipal Water System
2107
       5510009   001   10 M   C   GROVELAND COMMUNITY SERV DIST
2108
       5510012   014   10 M   C   TUD - Upper Basin Water System
2109
       5510008   010   10 M   C   LAKE DON PEDRO C S D
2110
       5510008   006   10 M   C   LAKE DON PEDRO C S D
2111
       5510008   009   10 M   C   LAKE DON PEDRO C S D
2112
       5510008   008   10 M   C   LAKE DON PEDRO C S D
2113
       5510008   007   10 M   C   LAKE DON PEDRO C S D
2114
       5510008   004   10 M   C   LAKE DON PEDRO C S D
2115
       5510013   014   10 M   C   TUD - Columbia Water System
2116
       1910117   001   10 M   C   MONTEBELLO-CITY, WATER DEPT.
2117
       1910117   002   10 M   C   MONTEBELLO-CITY, WATER DEPT.
2118
       1910117   003   10 M   C   MONTEBELLO-CITY, WATER DEPT.
2119
       4010018   002   10 M   C   Golden State Water Company - Nipomo
2120
       4010018   003   10 M   C   Golden State Water Company - Nipomo
2121
       4010018   004   10 M   C   Golden State Water Company - Nipomo
2122
       2410012   004   10 M   C   HILMAR COUNTY WATER DISTRICT
2123
       2410012   001   10 M   C   HILMAR COUNTY WATER DISTRICT
2124
       3610009   003   10 M   C   BIGHORN - DESERT VIEW WATER AGENCY
2125
       0510009   001   10 M   C   Blue Lake Springs Mut Wtr
2126
       1910108   006   10 M   C   BELL GARDENS-CITY, WATER DEPT.
2127
       1910108   002   10 M   C   BELL GARDENS-CITY, WATER DEPT.
2128
       1910108   001   10 M   C   BELL GARDENS-CITY, WATER DEPT.
2129
       1910108   005   10 M   C   BELL GARDENS-CITY, WATER DEPT.
2130
       5510010   007   10 M   C   TUD - Crystal Falls Water System
2131
       2810002   011   10 M   C   Calistoga, City of
2132
       2810002   004   10 M   C   Calistoga, City of
2133
       2810002   003   10 M   C   Calistoga, City of
2134
       2410003   002   10 M   C   GUSTINE CITY
2135
       0310003   002   10 M   C   ACWA Sutter Creek
2136
       2410006   004   10 M   C   DELHI CWD
2137
       1910018   006   10 M   C   Bellflower Municipal Water System
2138
       1910018   005   10 M   C   Bellflower Municipal Water System
2139
       1910018   002   10 M   C   Bellflower Municipal Water System
2140
       1910018   003   10 M   C   Bellflower Municipal Water System
2141
       4910004   010   10 M   C   Sweetwater Springs CWD - Guerneville
2142
       5010008   007   10 M   C   Hughson, City of
2143
       3610107   002   10 M   C   GOLDEN STATE WATER CO - APPLE VLY SOUTH
2144
       3610107   001   10 M   C   GOLDEN STATE WATER CO - APPLE VLY SOUTH
2145
       4810004   002   10 M   C   City of Rio Vista
2146
       3610015   001   10 M   C   CRESTLINE VILLAGE CWD - DIVISION 10
2147
       1910160   007   10 M   C   TRACT 349 MUTUAL WATER CO.
2148
       4010005   003   10 M   C   OCEANO COMM SERVICES DIST.
2149
       5010006   002   10 M   C   City of Modesto, DE Waterford
2150
       4910002   003   10 M   C   Cloverdale, City of
2151
       2710007   002   10 M   C   Gonzales, City of
2152
       3310017   001   10 M   C   South Mesa WC
2153
       0910013   006   10 M   C   Georgetown Divide PUD
2154
       5510001   009   10 M   C   TUD - Sonora/Jamestown Water System
2155
       1510018   010   10 M   C   ROSAMOND CSD
2156
       1510018   014   10 M   C   ROSAMOND CSD
2157
       1510018   013   10 M   C   ROSAMOND CSD
2158
       1510018   011   10 M   C   ROSAMOND CSD
2159
       1210016   004   10 M   C   McKinleyville C.S.D.
2160
       1210016   005   10 M   C   McKinleyville C.S.D.
2161
       1910223   001   10 M   C   GSWC-SOUTH SAN GABRIEL
2162
       2710011   007   10 M   C   Soledad, City of
2163
       2710011   006   10 M   C   Soledad, City of
2164
       2710011   005   10 M   C   Soledad, City of
2165
       5010014   001   10 M   C   Oakdale, City of
2166
       3610073   003   10 M   C   HI DESERT WD
2167
       3610120   008   10 M   C   Phelan Pinon Hills CSD
2168
       1910022   003   10 M   C   CALIF STATE POLYTECHNICAL UNIV - POMONA
2169
       1910022   004   10 M   C   CALIF STATE POLYTECHNICAL UNIV - POMONA
2170
       3610008   004   10 M   C   BIG BEAR CITY CSD
2171
       3610008   001   10 M   C   BIG BEAR CITY CSD
2172
       3610008   002   10 M   C   BIG BEAR CITY CSD
2173
       3610008   003   10 M   C   BIG BEAR CITY CSD
2174
       1510006   011   10 M   C   East Niles CSD
2175
       3310044   007   10 M   C   Rubidoux Community SD
2176
       3310044   010   10 M   C   Rubidoux Community SD
2177
       3310044   008   10 M   C   Rubidoux Community SD
2178
       3310044   002   10 M   C   Rubidoux Community SD
2179
       3310044   012   10 M   C   Rubidoux Community SD
2180
       3310044   011   10 M   C   Rubidoux Community SD
2181
       1510029   006   10 M   C   Vaughn WC INC
2182
       1510029   004   10 M   C   Vaughn WC INC
2183
       5610011   014   10 M   C   Santa Paula Water System
2184
       5610011   012   10 M   C   Santa Paula Water System
2185
       5610011   006   10 M   C   Santa Paula Water System
2186
       5610011   007   10 M   C   Santa Paula Water System
2187
       5610011   013   10 M   C   Santa Paula Water System
2188
       4110003   001   10 M   C   City of Burlingame
2189
       3610043   001   10 M   C   GOLDEN STATE WATER CO - BARSTOW
2190
       1910004   004   10 M   C   GSWC - ARTESIA
2191
       1910004   005   10 M   C   GSWC - ARTESIA
2192
       1910042   001   10 M   C   PICO RIVERA - CITY, WATER DEPT.
2193
       1910042   003   10 M   C   PICO RIVERA - CITY, WATER DEPT.
2194
       5010028   008   10 M   C   Ceres, City of
2195
       5010028   010   10 M   C   Ceres, City of
2196
       1910144   003   10 M   C   SAN GABRIEL COUNTY WD
2197
       3610038   006   10 M   C   RIALTO-CITY
2198
       3610029   026   10 M   C   MONTE VISTA CWD
2199
       3610029   028   10 M   C   MONTE VISTA CWD
2200
       3610029   018   10 M   C   MONTE VISTA CWD
2201
       3610029   019   10 M   C   MONTE VISTA CWD
2202
       3610029   015   10 M   C   MONTE VISTA CWD
2203
       3610029   016   10 M   C   MONTE VISTA CWD
2204
       3610029   022   10 M   C   MONTE VISTA CWD
2205
       3610029   021   10 M   C   MONTE VISTA CWD
2206
       3610029   020   10 M   C   MONTE VISTA CWD
2207
       3610029   017   10 M   C   MONTE VISTA CWD
2208
       3610014   008   10 M   C   CITY OF COLTON
2209
       3610014   011   10 M   C   CITY OF COLTON
2210
       3610014   010   10 M   C   CITY OF COLTON
2211
       3610014   009   10 M   C   CITY OF COLTON
2212
       3310049   003   10 M   C   Western MWD
2213
       3310049   002   10 M   C   Western MWD
2214
       3310049   001   10 M   C   Western MWD
2215
       1910092   009   10 M   C   MONTEREY PARK-CITY, WATER DEPT.
2216
       5010019   002   10 M   C   Turlock, City of
2217
       3610064   007   10 M   C   EAST VALLEY WD
2218
       3310021   011   10 M   C   Jurupa Community SD
2219
       3310021   013   10 M   C   Jurupa Community SD
2220
       1910079   001   10 M   C   LYNWOOD-CITY, WATER DEPT.
2221
       1910079   005   10 M   C   LYNWOOD-CITY, WATER DEPT.
2222
       1910079   004   10 M   C   LYNWOOD-CITY, WATER DEPT.
2223
       3610052   001   10 M   C   VICTOR VALLEY WATER DISTRICT
2224
       1910001   010   10 M   C   City of Alhambra
2225
       1910001   009   10 M   C   City of Alhambra
2226
       1910051   001   10 M   C   INGLEWOOD- CITY, WATER DEPT.
2227
       3310012   010   10 M   C   Elsinore Valley MWD
2228
       3310012   009   10 M   C   Elsinore Valley MWD
2229
       3710006   006   10 M   C   Escondido, City of
2230
       1910070   050   10 M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
2231
       1910070   053   10 M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
2232
       1910070   044   10 M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
2233
       1910070   049   10 M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
2234
       1910070   041   10 M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
2235
       1910070   046   10 M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
2236
       1910070   048   10 M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
2237
       1910070   045   10 M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
2238
       1910070   052   10 M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
2239
       1910155   001   10 M   C   GSWC - SOUTHWEST
2240
       1910155   016   10 M   C   GSWC - SOUTHWEST
2241
       1910155   014   10 M   C   GSWC - SOUTHWEST
2242
       1910155   015   10 M   C   GSWC - SOUTHWEST
2243
       1910155   005   10 M   C   GSWC - SOUTHWEST
2244
       3610034   004   10 M   C   ONTARIO, CITY OF
2245
       3610034   005   10 M   C   ONTARIO, CITY OF
2246
       5010010   005   10 M   C   Modesto, City of
2247
       5010010   008   10 M   C   Modesto, City of
2248
       5010010   009   10 M   C   Modesto, City of
2249
       5010010   007   10 M   C   Modesto, City of
2250
       5010010   006   10 M   C   Modesto, City of
2251
       5010010   011   10 M   C   Modesto, City of
2252
       3710010   004   10 M   C   Helix Water District
2253
       3710010   006   10 M   C   Helix Water District
2254
       3310031   019   10 M   C   Riverside, City of
2255
       3310031   023   10 M   C   Riverside, City of
2256
       3310031   016   10 M   C   Riverside, City of
2257
       3310031   010   10 M   C   Riverside, City of
2258
       3310031   018   10 M   C   Riverside, City of
2259
       3310031   014   10 M   C   Riverside, City of
2260
       3310031   017   10 M   C   Riverside, City of
2261
       3310031   022   10 M   C   Riverside, City of
2262
       3310031   009   10 M   C   Riverside, City of
2263
       3310031   011   10 M   C   Riverside, City of
2264
       3310031   015   10 M   C   Riverside, City of
2265
       3310031   027   10 M   C   Riverside, City of
2266
       3310031   008   10 M   C   Riverside, City of
2267
       3310031   029   10 M   C   Riverside, City of
2268
       3310031   012   10 M   C   Riverside, City of
2269
       3310031   020   10 M   C   Riverside, City of
2270
       3310031   013   10 M   C   Riverside, City of
2271
       3310031   021   10 M   C   Riverside, City of
2272
       3410020   016   10 M   C   City of Sacramento
2273
       3410020   032   10 M   C   City of Sacramento
2274
       3410020   013   10 M   C   City of Sacramento
2275
       3410020   030   10 M   C   City of Sacramento
2276
       3410020   022   10 M   C   City of Sacramento
2277
       3310009   027   10 M   C   Eastern Municipal WD
2278
       3310009   035   10 M   C   Eastern Municipal WD
2279
       3310009   008   10 M   C   Eastern Municipal WD
2280
       3310009   015   10 M   C   Eastern Municipal WD
2281
       3310009   034   10 M   C   Eastern Municipal WD
2282
       3310009   030   10 M   C   Eastern Municipal WD
2283
       3310009   007   10 M   C   Eastern Municipal WD
2284
       3310009   033   10 M   C   Eastern Municipal WD
2285
       3310009   012   10 M   C   Eastern Municipal WD
2286
       3310009   049   10 M   C   Eastern Municipal WD
2287
       3310009   028   10 M   C   Eastern Municipal WD
2288
       3310009   031   10 M   C   Eastern Municipal WD
2289
       3310009   022   10 M   C   Eastern Municipal WD
2290
       3310009   029   10 M   C   Eastern Municipal WD
2291
       3310009   032   10 M   C   Eastern Municipal WD
2292
       3310009   050   10 M   C   Eastern Municipal WD
2293
       3310009   001   10 M   C   Eastern Municipal WD
2294
       3310009   048   10 M   C   Eastern Municipal WD
2295
       3710042   011   10 M   C   San Diego County Water Authority
2296
       3710042   010   10 M   C   San Diego County Water Authority
2297
       3710042   012   10 M   C   San Diego County Water Authority
2298
       3710042   008   10 M   C   San Diego County Water Authority
2299
       2702268   001   10 M   P   NEW CAMALDOLI HERMITAGE WS
2300
       4700575   001   10 M   P   Butte Valley Middle School
2301
       2702254   001   10 M   P   PACIFIC VALLEY SCHOOL WS
2302
       4500181   001   10 M   P   WHITMORE UNION ELEM SCHOOL
2303
       1500517   002   10 M   P   STOCO MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
2304
       2100545   005   10 M   P   WALKER CREEK RANCH EDUCATIONAL CENTER
2305
       4300779   001   10 M   P   Lakeside SD-Lakeside School
2306
       5500107   001   10 M   P   SHAWS FLAT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
2307
       1900756   004   10 M   P   WARM SPRINGS REHABILATION CENTER
2308
       3901014   001   10 M   P   BANTA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
2309
       3701909   001   10 M   P   CUYAMACA OUTDOOR SCHOOL
2310
       3400268   001   10 M   P   WALNUT GROVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
2311
       1600008   002   10 M   P   CENTRAL UNION ELEMENTARY
2312
       5700510   001   10 M   P   DELTA HIGH SCHOOL
2313
       4100513   001   10 M   P   PESCADERO HIGH SCHOOL
2314
       5700509   001   10 M   P   CLARKSBURG MIDDLE SCHOOL
2315
       2400066   002   10 M   P   PLANADA SCHOOL
2316
       0900317   001   10 M   N   CHIQUITA HOMEOWNERS ASSOC.
2317
       2700999   004   10 M   N   OAK PARK WS
2318
       2700999   001   10 M   N   OAK PARK WS
2319
       4901207   001   10 M   N   Sonoma County Parks-Stillwater Cove
2320
       3301025   001   10 M   N   AZALEA TRAILS GIRL SCOUTS CAMP
2321
       3700063   001   10 M   N   FREEDOM RANCH
2322
       5400505   001   10 M   N   HARTLAND CHRISTIAN CAMP
2323
       1000058   001   10 M   N   MUSICK CREEK TRACT ASSOCIATION
2324
       3600534   005   10 M   N   De Benneville Pines Inc
2325
       2710302   001   10 M   N   CSP-J.P. Burns Park
2326
       2710301   001   10 M   N   CSP-Andrew Molera State Reserve
2327
       1502223   001   10 M   N   WILLOW SPRINGS RACEWAY
2328
       2300596   002   5M     C   Big River Vista Mutual Water Company
2329
       2700842   001   5M     C   BAUMANN RD WS #01
2330
       2701278   003   5M     C   RANCHO CHAPARRAL MWC
2331
       2700634   001   5M     C   CHETMOORE ACRES WA
2332
       3301209   001   5M     C   DESERT VIEW TRAILER PARK
2333
       2300604   001   5M     C   Point of View Mutual Water Co
2334
       4900549   003   5M     C   Sonoma County CSA 41-Freestone
2335
       1500489   001   5M     C   BRITE LAKE COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION
2336
       2600532   001   5M     C   LUNDY MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
2337
       2701040   001   5M     C   MCCOY RD WS #05
2338
       1900158   008   5M     C   LITTLE BALDY
2339
       1900158   006   5M   C   LITTLE BALDY
2340
       1900158   005   5M   C   LITTLE BALDY
2341
       2300606   002   5M   C   Lake View Mutual Water Co.
2342
       4900843   001   5M   C   Sonoma Ranch Mutual Water Company
2343
       3900504   001   5M   C   CLEMENTS WATER WORKS #43
2344
       1500447   001   5M   C   SIERRA BREEZE MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
2345
       2701257   001   5M   C   GARRAPATA WC INC
2346
       2000851   001   5M   C   MD#40 SUNSET RIDGE ESTATES
2347
       2700766   003   5M   C   STRAWBERRY RD WS #06
2348
       1900529   001   5M   C   CAMP WILLIAMS- RESORT
2349
       2000549   002   5M   C   MD#05 MOUNTAIN RANCHES
2350
       2400201   003   5M   C   VOLTA COMMUNITY SD
2351
       0310019   001   5M   C   AWA La Mel Heights #3
2352
       1000259   002   5M   C   NEW HORIZONS MOBILE/RV PARK
2353
       4200560   003   5M   C   CA CITIES WTR SISQUOC #1
2354
       1000299   001   5M   C   THREE PALMS MOBILEHOME PARK
2355
       4900791   001   5M   C   Western Mobile Home Park
2356
       2600620   001   5M   C   MOUNTAIN MEADOWS MWC
2357
       5601104   001   5M   C   CASITAS MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
2358
       0707577   001   5M   C   RIVERVIEW WATER ASSOCIATION
2359
       1000378   001   5M   C   SUNSET WEST MOBILE HOME PARK
2360
       2300514   002   5M   C   Elk County Water District
2361
       2300514   003   5M   C   Elk County Water District
2362
       4900570   001   5M   C   Palomino Lakes Mutual Water Co.
2363
       1500314   002   5M   C   Del Oro Water Co. (for. Country Estates)
2364
       2700787   001   5M   C   VEGA RD WS #01
2365
       5601117   005   5M   C   SENIOR CANYON MUTUAL WATER CO
2366
       4000568   006   5M   C   SAN SIMEON CSD
2367
       4000568   007   5M   C   SAN SIMEON CSD
2368
       4000568   009   5M   C   SAN SIMEON CSD
2369
       4000568   005   5M   C   SAN SIMEON CSD
2370
       2800521   005   5M   C   CIRCLE WATER DISTRICT
2371
       3700909   004   5M   C   Julian Community Services District
2372
       3610110   001   5M   C   ARROWBEAR PARK CWD
2373
       3110048   001   5M   C   Placer CSA - Sheridan
2374
       1900803   008   5M   C   El Dorado Mutual Water Co.
2375
       2010011   001   5M   C   MADERA CO SA #1-INDIAN LAKES
2376
       1710013   001   5M   C   Callayomi County Water District
2377
       1710013   002   5M   C   Callayomi County Water District
2378
       0410003   001   5M   C   Durham Irrigation District
2379
       1910035   007   5M   C   KINNELOA IRRIGATION DIST.
2380
       3710041   001   5M   C   Majestic Pines Community SD
2381
       0310021   009   5M   C   Amador County Service Area #3/Unit 6
2382
       4110020   005   5M   C   Palo Alto Park Mutual Water Company
2383
       4110020   001   5M   C   Palo Alto Park Mutual Water Company
2384
       4110020   004   5M   C   Palo Alto Park Mutual Water Company
2385
       5510005   009   5M   C   TWAIN HARTE COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT
2386
       5510005   011   5M   C   TWAIN HARTE COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT
2387
       5510005   006   5M   C   TWAIN HARTE COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT
2388
       5510005   008   5M   C   TWAIN HARTE COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT
2389
       5510005   007   5M   C   TWAIN HARTE COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT
2390
       5510005   010   5M   C   TWAIN HARTE COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT
2391
       2310007   009   5M   C   North Gualala Water Company
2392
       2310007   014   5M   C   North Gualala Water Company
2393
       2310007   013   5M   C   North Gualala Water Company
2394
       2310007   011   5M   C   North Gualala Water Company
2395
       2310007   012   5M   C   North Gualala Water Company
2396
       2810007   004   5M   C   Town of Yountville
2397
       2810007   001   5M   C   Town of Yountville
2398
       2810007   006   5M   C   Town of Yountville
2399
       2810007   005   5M   C   Town of Yountville
2400
       2810007   002   5M   C   Town of Yountville
2401
       2810007   003   5M   C   Town of Yountville
2402
       2810007   007   5M   C   Town of Yountville
2403
       3910017   002   5M   C   San Joaquin County-Mokelumne Acres
2404
       2310008   003   5M   C   Redwood Valley County Water District
2405
       2310008   002   5M   C   Redwood Valley County Water District
2406
       2310008   004   5M   C   Redwood Valley County Water District
2407
       1910165   001   5M   C   VALLEY VIEW MUTUAL WATER CO.
2408
       3410007   002   5M   C   Del Paso Manor County Water Di
2409
       3410007   001   5M   C   Del Paso Manor County Water Di
2410
       2010005   002   5M   C   YOSEMITE SPRING PARK UTIL CO
2411
       2010005   003   5M   C   YOSEMITE SPRING PARK UTIL CO
2412
       2010005   004   5M   C   YOSEMITE SPRING PARK UTIL CO
2413
       4010014   008   5M   C   CAMBRIA COMM SERVICES DIST
2414
       4010014   007   5M   C   CAMBRIA COMM SERVICES DIST
2415
       4010014   006   5M   C   CAMBRIA COMM SERVICES DIST
2416
       3610062   006   5M   C   RUNNING SPRINGS WATER DISTRICT
2417
       3410003   001   5M   C   Golden State Water Co - Arden Water Serv
2418
       1510045   005   5M   C   GOLDEN HILLS CSD
2419
       1510045   004   5M   C   GOLDEN HILLS CSD
2420
       1510045   002   5M   C   GOLDEN HILLS CSD
2421
       2610001   007   5M   C   MAMMOTH CWD
2422
       2610001   002   5M   C   MAMMOTH CWD
2423
       0310012   010   5M   C   ACWA Buckhorn Plant
2424
       2910006   025   5M   C   Nevada ID - Loma Rica
2425
       3910015   001   5M   C   CITY OF LATHROP
2426
       1310006   004   5M   C   Imperial, City of
2427
       0710002   004   5M   C   Golden State Water Company - Bay Point
2428
       1910245   005   5M   C   SANTA FE SPRINGS - CITY, WATER DEPT.
2429
       3610120   009   5M   C   Phelan Pinon Hills CSD
2430
       1910143   004   5M   C   SAN FERNANDO-CITY, WATER DEPT.
2431
       1910143   002   5M   C   SAN FERNANDO-CITY, WATER DEPT.
2432
       1910143   001   5M   C   SAN FERNANDO-CITY, WATER DEPT.
2433
       4910013   007   5M   C   Valley of the Moon Water District
2434
       4910013   004   5M   C   Valley of the Moon Water District
2435
       4910013   008   5M   C   Valley of the Moon Water District
2436
       4910013   006   5M   C   Valley of the Moon Water District
2437
       3110005   001   5M   C   Placer CWA - Auburn/Bowman
2438
       3410021   007   5M   C   San Juan Water District
2439
       3110004   002   5M   C   City of Lincoln
2440
       3410004   011   5M   C   Carmichael Water District
2441
       3410004   002   5M   C   Carmichael Water District
2442
       3410004   010   5M   C   Carmichael Water District
2443
       3610029   009   5M   C   MONTE VISTA CWD
2444
       3610029   007   5M   C   MONTE VISTA CWD
2445
       3610029   008   5M   C   MONTE VISTA CWD
2446
       3610029   010   5M   C   MONTE VISTA CWD
2447
       3610029   011   5M   C   MONTE VISTA CWD
2448
       5710006   007   5M   C   City of Woodland
2449
       5710006   004   5M   C   City of Woodland
2450
       1910211   001   5M   C   PARK WC - BELLFLOWER-NORWALK
2451
       1910009   007   5M   C   VALLEY COUNTY WATER DIST.
2452
       1910102   011   5M   C   PALMDALE WATER DIST.
2453
       3010022   001   5M   C   Golden State WC - West Orange
2454
       3610041   008   5M   C   SAN GABRIEL VALLEY WC - FONTANA
2455
       3610041   010   5M   C   SAN GABRIEL VALLEY WC - FONTANA
2456
       3610041   002   5M   C   SAN GABRIEL VALLEY WC - FONTANA
2457
       3610041   007   5M   C   SAN GABRIEL VALLEY WC - FONTANA
2458
       3610041   009   5M   C   SAN GABRIEL VALLEY WC - FONTANA
2459
       1910039   010   5M   C   SAN GABRIEL VALLEY WATER CO.-EL MONTE
2460
       3410001   027   5M   C   Sacramento Suburban Water District
2461
       3710020   005   5M   C   San Diego - City of
2462
       3710020   008   5M   C   San Diego - City of
2463
       3710020   060   5M   C   San Diego - City of
2464
       3710042   003   5M   C   San Diego County Water Authority
2465
       3710042   005   5M   C   San Diego County Water Authority
2466
       5000132   001   5M   P   VALLEY HOME SCHOOL TEXAS
2467
       2800569   001   5M   P   AETNA SPRINGS RESORT, INC.
2468
       4400758   001   5M   P   RENAISSANCE HIGH SCHOOL
2469
       3701909   002   5M   P   CUYAMACA OUTDOOR SCHOOL
2470
       5500152   001   5M   P   CURTIS CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
2471
       5500152   002   5M   P   CURTIS CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
2472
       4400757   001   5M   P   SALSIPUEDES ELEMENTARY
2473
       4400750   001   5M   P   APTOS HIGH SCHOOL
2474
       1900620   001   5M   N   CAMP VALCREST
2475
       4000652   001   5M   N   NORTHSHORE S & B, INC
2476
       2900508   001   5M   N   KINGVALE PROPERTY OWNER S WATER SYSTEM
2477
       3700063   002   5M   N   FREEDOM RANCH
2478
       0900202   001   5M   N   CHILI BAR PUT-IN
2479
       2600510   001   5M   N   VIRGINIA LKS. MUT. WATER CO.
2480
       2900520   001   5M   N   CAMP ROSS RELLES WATER SYSTEM
2481
       5500145   001   5M   N   SAN JOSE FAMILY CAMP
2482
       5500141   001   5M   N   CAMP TAWONGA
2483
       1910087   009   0M   C   Metropolitian Dist. of So. Cal.
2484
       4310027   010   0M   C   Santa Clara Valley Water District
2485
       3610086   001   0M   C   West End Consolidated Water Company
2486
       1910041   008   0M   C   THREE VALLEYS MWD
2487
       4310027   017   0M   C   Santa Clara Valley Water District
2488
       1910032   003   0M   C   FOOTHILL MUNICIPAL WATER DIST.
2489
       1910128   014   0M   C   COVINA IRRIGATION CO.
2490
       4310027   008   0M   C   Santa Clara Valley Water District
2491
       1910087   014   0M   C   Metropolitian Dist. of So. Cal.
2492
       1910128   001   0M   C   COVINA IRRIGATION CO.
2493
       4310027   015   0M   C   Santa Clara Valley Water District
2494
       4310027   012   0M   C   Santa Clara Valley Water District
2495
       4310027   016   0M   C   Santa Clara Valley Water District
2496
       4310027   001   0M   C   Santa Clara Valley Water District
2497
       4310027   019   0M   C   Santa Clara Valley Water District
2498
       4310027   018   0M   C   Santa Clara Valley Water District
2499
       1910128   009   0M   C   COVINA IRRIGATION CO.
2500
       1910128   012   0M   C   COVINA IRRIGATION CO.
2501
       1910128   005   0M   C   COVINA IRRIGATION CO.
2502
       1910032   002   0M   C   FOOTHILL MUNICIPAL WATER DIST.
2503
       3601036   001   0M   C   Calico Lakes Homeowners
2504
       1502056   001   0M   C   CLARK STREET COMMUNITY WELL
2505
       1500599   001   0M   C   CHOCTAW VALLEY MUTUAL WATER CO.
2506
       5602132   001   0M   C   WATERS ROAD USERS GROUP
2507
       1503482   001   0M   C   Rio Mesa Mutual Water Company
2508
       1500591   001   0M   C   SWEET WATER CO-OP
2509
       1500564   001   0M   C   HOMETOWN WATER ASSOCIATION
2510
       2210904   001   0M   C   Golden Hill Mobile Home and RV Park
2511
       0400091   002   0M   C   BUZZTAIL MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
2512
       4900665   001   0M   C   Russian River Mutual Water Co.
2513
       1502666   001   0M   C   WILCOX WATER SYSTEM
2514
       1900509   001   0M   C   BAXTER MUTUAL WATER CO.
2515
       1900509   002   0M   C   BAXTER MUTUAL WATER CO.
2516
       2100549   002   0M   C   BLUE MOUNTAIN CENTER
2517
       1500152   001   0M   C   MIRASOL COMPANY WATER SYSTEM
2518
       1500511   001   0M   C   V.R. S Trailer Park
2519
       1900509   003   0M   C   BAXTER MUTUAL WATER CO.
2520
       1502649   001   0M   C   DIXIE WATER COMPANY
2521
       2100549   001   0M   C   BLUE MOUNTAIN CENTER
2522
       0300062   001   0M   C   HOPE FOUNDATION/MORIAH HEIGHTS
2523
       0400003   002   0M   C   NORTHWOODS MUTUAL WATER SYSTEM
2524
       2210917   001   0M   C   Yosemite Ridge Resort
2525
       2700669   001   0M   C   ORCHARD LN WS #02
2526
       1502619   002   0M   C   SOUTH DESERT MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
2527
       1502162   001   0M   C   LINNS COURT MUTUAL WATER
2528
       2800527   003   0M   C   LINDA FALLS TERRACE MUTUAL
2529
       1500344   002   0M   C   SOUTH KERN MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
2530
       2800527   004   0M   C   LINDA FALLS TERRACE MUTUAL
2531
       5800851   001   0M   C   FEATHER RIVER MANOR
2532
       1500448   001   0M   C   HILLVIEW ACRES MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
2533
       1600007   001   0M   C   COUTURE FARMS
2534
       1000075   001   0M   C   TRACT 1199 WATER SYSTEM
2535
       1000277   001   0M   C   ELM COURT
2536
       2000573   001   0M   C   THE VILLAGE
2537
       3400130   004   0M   C   GREGG WATER CO
2538
       1500398   001   0M   C   FRONTIER TRAIL HOMEOWNERS ASSOC, INC.
2539
       1500560   001   0M   C   KRANENBURG WATER SYSTEM
2540
       1502659   001   0M   C   OWENS PEAK SOUTH
2541
       5400767   001   0M   C   WATERTEK - E PLANO
2542
       1000410   001   0M   C   SHORTY S PLACE
2543
       3301800   002   0M   C   STONEWOOD CANYON ESTATES
2544
       1502597   001   0M   C   DEL SOL WATER CO-OP
2545
       1000407   001   0M   C   GEORGE COX WATER SYSTEM
2546
       0400078   001   0M   C   FOREST KNOLLS MUTUAL WATER CO
2547
       1500543   001   0M   C   AGAPE MUTUAL WATER SYSTEM
2548
       3400192   001   0M   C   TUNNEL TRAILER PARK
2549
       2700536   002   0M   C   CORRAL DE TIERRA ESTATES WC
2550
       1700536   003   0M   C   Sunrise Shore Mutual Water Company
2551
       2700536   004   0M   C   CORRAL DE TIERRA ESTATES WC
2552
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2553
       1900599   002   0M   C   VALHALLA WATER ASSOCIATION
2554
       2701633   001   0M   C   PARADISE RD WS #21
2555
       2000553   001   0M   C   MD#28 RIPPERDAN SELF HELP
2556
       1502620   001   0M   C   POND MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
2557
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2558
       3301947   002   0M   C   MORNING SKY SCHOOL
2559
       3700073   004   0M   C   H & J WATER COMPANY
2560
       3110049   001   0M   C   Tahoe Park Water Co - Skyland/Nielsen
2561
       1502629   001   0M   C   HEATH BRIMHALL P.O.A.
2562
       3110032   002   0M   C   Lake Forest Utility Company, Inc.
2563
       5602130   002   0M   C   SOLANO VERDE MUTUAL WATER CO
2564
       1500216   001   0M   C   OPAL FRY AND SON
2565
       1502545   002   0M   C   SCHWEIKART WATER SYSTEM
2566
       4300792   001   0M   C   Aborn Heights Water Mutual Association
2567
       2700638   001   0M   C   MAHER RD WS #05
2568
       1500327   002   0M   C   RANCHO SECO INC. WATER SYSTEM
2569
       4300573   001   0M   C   Green Acres Mutual Water
2570
       2801080   001   0M   C   MILTON ROAD WATER COMPANY
2571
       1000324   001   0M   C   MANNING GARDENS CONVALESCENT
2572
       4900549   001   0M   C   Sonoma County CSA 41-Freestone
2573
       1502564   002   0M   C   SIERRA MEADOWS
2574
       1502608   001   0M   C   OWENS PEAK WEST
2575
       1502600   002   0M   C   WEGIS WATER SYSTEM
2576
       1900537   001   0M   C   OAK GROVE TRAILER PARK
2577
       1000057   004   0M   C   WATERTEK-METROPOLITAN
2578
       0707585   001   0M   C   MORAGA HEIGHTS MUTUAL WATER
2579
       1502600   001   0M   C   WEGIS WATER SYSTEM
2580
       1400066   001   0M   C   Aspendell Mutual Water Company
2581
       5800572   003   0M   C   FAIRWAY DOWNS MUTUAL WATER CO
2582
       1502164   001   0M   C   LLANAS CAMP FOUR WATER SYSTEM
2583
       1502750   001   0M   C   RIVERVIEW HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION
2584
       1500507   002   0M   C   ST. CLAIR RANCHOS MUTUAL WATER CO.
2585
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2586
       2700686   003   0M   C   GARLEN COURT WS
2587
       2700686   001   0M   C   GARLEN COURT WS
2588
       4700503   003   0M   C   Callahan Water District
2589
       3301690   001   0M   C   TWIN PINES BOYS RANCH
2590
       1000060   002   0M   C   MUSICK MEADOWS #1
2591
       1500413   001   0M   C   TEJON RANCH MAIN HEADQUARTERS
2592
       2702026   001   0M   C   APRICOT LN WS
2593
       1500556   001   0M   C   HART FLAT BEAR MUTUAL WATER
2594
       1900155   004   0M   C   WILSONA GARDENS MUTUAL
2595
       1900155   002   0M   C   WILSONA GARDENS MUTUAL
2596
       5400527   001   0M   C   SHILOH WATER CO.
2597
       1900155   001   0M   C   WILSONA GARDENS MUTUAL
2598
       2100565   001   0M   C   GREEN GULCH FARM
2599
       1900520   001   0M   C   SMITH S VILLAGE MOBILE HOME PARK
2600
       2700606   001   0M   C   HIDDEN VIEWS MHP WS
2601
       1500540   002   0M   C   PINON HILL WATER COMPANY
2602
       1900817   001   0M   C   CLEAR SKIES MOBILE HOME RANCH
2603
       5401026   001   0M   C   DEER MEADOW MUTUAL
2604
       3400149   001   0M   C   RANCHO MARINA
2605
       3400149   003   0M   C   RANCHO MARINA
2606
       1900155   003   0M   C   WILSONA GARDENS MUTUAL
2607
       2900548   001   0M   C   SIERRA RANCH LTD WATER SYSTEM
2608
       5401026   002   0M   C   DEER MEADOW MUTUAL
2609
       4100510   003   0M   C   REDWOOD TERRACE MUTUAL
2610
       4100510   005   0M   C   REDWOOD TERRACE MUTUAL
2611
       4900620   001   0M   C   Austin Acres Mutual Water Company
2612
       1500550   002   0M   C   WEST VALLEY MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
2613
       1907028   001   0M   C   SPV WATER CO INC
2614
       3301247   001   0M   C   Elms Mobile Park
2615
       1500593   001   0M   C   UPLANDS OF THE KERN MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
2616
       2000530   001   0M   C   CRASS MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
2617
       2000647   001   0M   C   JOHN HOVANNISIAN WATER SYSTEM
2618
       3500900   001   0M   C   Ashford Highlands MWC
2619
       2300506   001   0M   C   Meadow Estates Mutual
2620
       1900541   001   0M   C   WESTERN SKIES MOBILE HOME PARK
2621
       2900511   005   0M   C   SHADY LAKE WATER ASSOCIATION
2622
       2300606   003   0M   C   Lake View Mutual Water Co.
2623
       2701503   003   0M   C   MESA DEL TORO MWC
2624
       2701503   001   0M   C   MESA DEL TORO MWC
2625
       5500353   003   0M   C   SIERRA VILLAGE MOBILE HOME PARK
2626
       2900511   002   0M   C   SHADY LAKE WATER ASSOCIATION
2627
       5400963   001   0M   C   WOODEN SHOE VISALIA LLC
2628
       3400140   001   0M   C   ASPEN GROVE MH & RV PARK
2629
       2900511   003   0M   C   SHADY LAKE WATER ASSOCIATION
2630
       1500340   001   0M   C   WEST TEHACHAPI MUTUAL
2631
       5601122   001   0M   C   TICO MUTUAL WATER CO
2632
       3900702   001   0M   C   CORRAL HOLLOW PWS
2633
       0500027   001   0M   C   LILI VALLEY WATER CO.
2634
       2400128   001   0M   C   COUNTRY CLUB COUNTY WD
2635
       5800820   003   0M   C   RIVER HIGHLANDS COM.SERV.DIST
2636
       1000260   002   0M   C   SANDY CREEK VILLAGE MHP
2637
       2000724   002   0M   C   SA#14 CHUK CHANSE SUBDIVISION
2638
       1900975   002   0M   C   WHITE ROCK LAKE RV PARK
2639
       0300019   002   0M   C   FIDDLETOWN COMMUNITY SERVICE
2640
       4900637   001   0M   C   Magic Mountain Mutual Water Company
2641
       4100515   001   0M   C   MARTINS BEACH WATER SYSTEM
2642
       1502690   003   0M   C   DUNE III Water Co., LLC
2643
       3400169   001   0M   C   SPINDRIFT MARINA
2644
       3701995   002   0M   C   WILLOWSIDE TERRACE WATER ASSOCIATION
2645
       1000247   001   0M   C   SHERWOOD FOREST MHP
2646
       1500516   001   0M   C   TUT BROTHERS FARM #96
2647
       3700962   002   0M   C   OAKVALE PARK
2648
       3700897   001   0M   C   GUATAY MUTUAL BENEFIT CORPORATION
2649
       3700962   003   0M   C   OAKVALE PARK
2650
       1900677   001   0M   C   OASIS PARK MOBILE HOME PARK
2651
       3700422   002   0M   C   STUART WATER COMPANY
2652
       3701995   001   0M   C   WILLOWSIDE TERRACE WATER ASSOCIATION
2653
       0510004   002   0M   C   C.C.W.D. Sheep Ranch
2654
       2400128   002   0M   C   COUNTRY CLUB COUNTY WD
2655
       3700962   001   0M   C   OAKVALE PARK
2656
       4300912   001   0M   C   Mecchi Water Company
2657
       2310012   003   0M   C   Irish Beach Water District
2658
       2310012   001   0M   C   Irish Beach Water District
2659
       5400604   001   0M   C   MOUNTAIN VIEW DUPLEXES
2660
       1500405   002   0M   C   AERIAL ACRES WATER SYSTEM
2661
       5400655   001   0M   C   CENTRAL MUTUAL WATER CO.
2662
       1000366   001   0M   C   SUNNYSIDE CONVALESCENT HOSP
2663
       1000295   002   0M   C   KINGS PARK APARTMENTS
2664
       3100011   003   0M   C   AUBURN VALLEY COMMUNITY SERVICE DIS
2665
       3600027   002   0M   C   Bar H MWC
2666
       3600027   001   0M   C   Bar H MWC
2667
       4200800   001   0M   C   EAST VALLEY FARMS MUTUAL WATER
2668
       1000430   002   0M   C   COUNTRY VIEW ALZHEIMER CENTER
2669
       1900936   002   0M   C   AQUA J MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
2670
       0500019   007   0M   C   MINERAL MOUNTAIN MUTUAL WATER
2671
       3701988   001   0M   C   ALPINE OAKS LLC
2672
       1900936   001   0M   C   AQUA J MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
2673
       4300522   005   0M   C   Lake Canyon Mutual Water Company
2674
       0500019   006   0M   C   MINERAL MOUNTAIN MUTUAL WATER
2675
       2701355   001   0M   C   PRINCES CAMP RESORT WS
2676
       1000244   001   0M   C   SHADY LAKES MOBILE HOME PARK
2677
       4900560   001   0M   C   Kelly Mutual Water Company
2678
       1900721   001   0M   C   LOCUST GROVE MOBILE HOME PARK
2679
       1500563   001   0M   C   CHINA LAKE ACRES MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
2680
       5500120   001   0M   C   49ER TRAILER RANCH
2681
       2701705   002   0M   C   TASSAJARA SPRINGS WS
2682
       1500289   001   0M   C   ATHAL MUTUAL WATER SYSTEM
2683
       1000039   001   0M   C   FCSA #10/CUMORAH KNOLLS
2684
       1000186   001   0M   C   HELM SCHOOL
2685
       2000851   002   0M   C   MD#40 SUNSET RIDGE ESTATES
2686
       1500401   003   0M   C   METTLER COUNTY WATER DISTRICT
2687
       4900630   001   0M   C   Austin Creek Mutual (Springhill)
2688
       3901303   001   0M   C   ACAMPO WATER SYSTEM
2689
       4900850   002   0M   C   Bodega Water Company
2690
       1400020   002   0M   C   Aberdeen Resort
2691
       1000200   001   0M   C   Rubys Valley Care Home
2692
       3600209   001   0M   C   Rocky Comfort MWC
2693
       2700772   001   0M   C   STRUVE RD WS #02
2694
       0707569   001   0M   C   ANGLERS SUBDIVISION 4
2695
       1700511   001   0M   C   Harbin Hot Springs
2696
       5400682   001   0M   C   CENTRAL WATER CO.
2697
       1000042   003   0M   C   FCWWD #40/SHAVER SPRINGS
2698
       1000484   001   0M   C   FCSA #34/BRIGHTON CREST
2699
       5400718   002   0M   C   WILLIAMS MUTUAL WATER CO.
2700
       3110017   004   0M   C   Sierra Lakes County Water Dist
2701
       3110017   005   0M   C   Sierra Lakes County Water Dist
2702
       4100509   003   0M   C   COUNTY SERVICE AREA 7
2703
       4100509   005   0M   C   COUNTY SERVICE AREA 7
2704
       1900843   001   0M   C   CALIFORNIAN MOBILE HOME PARK
2705
       4300560   006   0M   C   Green Mountain Water Company
2706
       5400728   001   0M   C   GRIER MUTUAL WATER CO.
2707
       4300560   003   0M   C   Green Mountain Water Company
2708
       3600399   001   0M   C   Paradise Mobile Estates
2709
       4300560   005   0M   C   Green Mountain Water Company
2710
       3600297   004   0M   C   Gordon Acres (Stewart WC)
2711
       1500483   001   0M   C   ALLEN ROAD MUTUAL WATER SYSTEM
2712
       1400070   007   0M   C   Sierra Grande Estates Mutual Water Co.
2713
       4900660   001   0M   C   Yulupa Mutual Water Company
2714
       5500053   003   0M   C   LEISURE PINES MUTUAL WATER CO
2715
       5400957   002   0M   C   WEST GOSHEN MUTUAL WATER CO.
2716
       1500483   002   0M   C   ALLEN ROAD MUTUAL WATER SYSTEM
2717
       5500053   002   0M   C   LEISURE PINES MUTUAL WATER CO
2718
       1900100   002   0M   C   METTLER VALLEY MUTUAL
2719
       4400572   002   0M   C   FERN GROVE WATER CLUB
2720
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2721
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2722
       4900543   002   0M   C   Sonoma County CSA 41-Salmon Creek
2723
       1900636   001   0M   C   EL RANCHO MOBILE HOME PARK
2724
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2725
       4300575   002   0M   C   Twin Valley, Inc.
2726
       4900532   018   0M   C   Sonoma County CSA 41-Jenner
2727
       4300575   004   0M   C   Twin Valley, Inc.
2728
       1500544   002   0M   C   ENOS LANE PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICT
2729
       3500006   001   0M   C   CSA No. 31 Stonegate WS
2730
       3500006   002   0M   C   CSA No. 31 Stonegate WS
2731
       5602117   003   0M   C   STRICKLAND ACRES
2732
       1900303   001   0M   C   LLANO MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
2733
       4900558   002   0M   C   Belmont Terrace Mutual Water Company
2734
       4900558   001   0M   C   Belmont Terrace Mutual Water Company
2735
       2701364   001   0M   C   PEDRAZZI MWC
2736
       4100503   001   0M   C   BUTANO CANYON MUTUAL
2737
       4100503   003   0M   C   BUTANO CANYON MUTUAL
2738
       3200188   005   0M   C   Greenhorn Creek Services District
2739
       5400641   003   0M   C   TEVISTON C S D
2740
       3110042   005   0M   C   Tahoe Swiss Village Utility
2741
       3110043   003   0M   C   Madden Creek Water Company
2742
       3110042   006   0M   C   Tahoe Swiss Village Utility
2743
       3110043   005   0M   C   Madden Creek Water Company
2744
       3110043   004   0M   C   Madden Creek Water Company
2745
       1500542   002   0M   C   WILLOW SPRINGS MOBILE HOME PARK
2746
       1000056   001   0M   C   MEADOW LAKES CLUB
2747
       4300563   002   0M   C   Mt. Pleasant Water Users Association
2748
       1000298   001   0M   C   WOODWARD BLUFFS MHP
2749
       5800924   001   0M   C   CAMPTONVILLE COMM. SERV. DIST
2750
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2751
       1600002   001   0M   C   EL DORADO MOBILE PARK
2752
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2753
       3900805   001   0M   C   MOREHEAD PARK
2754
       1900301   002   0M   C   SHADOW ACRES MUTUAL WATER CO
2755
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2756
       1900301   001   0M   C   SHADOW ACRES MUTUAL WATER CO
2757
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2758
       5500077   004   0M   C   SLIDE INN SNOWBOWL WATER CO
2759
       4600017   002   0M   C   R.R. Lewis Small WC
2760
       4600017   003   0M   C   R.R. Lewis Small WC
2761
       3600089   004   0M   C   Desert Springs MWC
2762
       2300514   001   0M   C   Elk County Water District
2763
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2764
       2610004   002   0M   C   JUNE LAKE P.U.D.-DOWN CANYON
2765
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2766
       2610004   003   0M   C   JUNE LAKE P.U.D.-DOWN CANYON
2767
       4900570   003   0M   C   Palomino Lakes Mutual Water Co.
2768
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2769
       4900570   002   0M   C   Palomino Lakes Mutual Water Co.
2770
       1510016   005   0M   C   RAND COMMUNITIES CWD - RANDSBURG
2771
       4400539   001   0M   C   MANANA WOODS MUTUAL WATER CO
2772
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2773
       4400571   015   0M   C   DAVENPORT COUNTY SANITATION
2774
       4400595   001   0M   C   VILLA DEL MONTE MWC
2775
       3301031   001   0M   C   BANNING HTS. MUTUAL WATER CO.
2776
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2777
       5400966   001   0M   C   WESTLAKE VILLAGE M H P
2778
       5601105   002   0M   C   FILLMORE IRRIGATION CO
2779
       5601105   001   0M   C   FILLMORE IRRIGATION CO
2780
       5601105   003   0M   C   FILLMORE IRRIGATION CO
2781
       5500060   001   0M   C   MI-WUK HEIGHTS MWC
2782
       2000690   001   0M   C   MD#73 QUARTZ MOUNTAIN
2783
       0707576   001   0M   C   PLEASANTIMES MUTUAL WATER CO
2784
       1900146   002   0M   C   SUNNYSIDE FARMS MUTUAL
2785
       1900146   001   0M   C   SUNNYSIDE FARMS MUTUAL
2786
       1300616   004   0M   C   PALO VERDE COUNTY WATER DIST.
2787
       1300616   005   0M   C   PALO VERDE COUNTY WATER DIST.
2788
       3600107   001   0M   C   Forest Park MWC
2789
       1900649   001   0M   C   GOLDEN SANDS MOBILE HOME PARK
2790
       4400598   005   0M   C   PURESOURCE WATER, INC
2791
       3103836   001   0M   C   HIDDEN VALLEY COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION
2792
       0105008   001   0M   C   Castlewood Domestic Water System
2793
       2810013   003   0M   C   Napa County Public Works-NBRID
2794
       3110019   005   0M   C   Squaw Valley Mutual Water Comp
2795
       3110019   008   0M   C   Squaw Valley Mutual Water Comp
2796
       5000090   001   0M   C   PINEWOOD MEADOWS MHP
2797
       4100531   001   0M   C   LOG CABIN RANCH
2798
       4910020   018   0M   C   Sonoma County Water Agency
2799
       4910020   010   0M   C   Sonoma County Water Agency
2800
       2800521   003   0M   C   CIRCLE WATER DISTRICT
2801
       2810013   002   0M   C   Napa County Public Works-NBRID
2802
       4910020   013   0M   C   Sonoma County Water Agency
2803
       2800521   001   0M   C   CIRCLE WATER DISTRICT
2804
       4910020   014   0M   C   Sonoma County Water Agency
2805
       5610068   004   0M   C   CLOVERDALE MUTUAL WATER Co.
2806
       2800526   004   0M   C   Napa County Public Works-LBRID
2807
       3110015   001   0M   C   Fulton Water Company
2808
       4910020   016   0M   C   Sonoma County Water Agency
2809
       4910020   017   0M   C   Sonoma County Water Agency
2810
       4910020   015   0M   C   Sonoma County Water Agency
2811
       3110019   006   0M   C   Squaw Valley Mutual Water Comp
2812
       3600308   001   0M   C   Deer Park Nudist Resort/Buff Creek
2813
       1500409   001   0M   C   BROCK MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
2814
       4910020   012   0M   C   Sonoma County Water Agency
2815
       4500195   005   0M   C   STARLITE PINES MUTUAL WATER CO INC
2816
       4500195   006   0M   C   STARLITE PINES MUTUAL WATER CO INC
2817
       0310006   003   0M   C   River Pines PUD
2818
       2000521   004   0M   C   Broadview Terrace Mutual Water Company
2819
       0310006   002   0M   C   River Pines PUD
2820
       4810010   003   0M   C   SID - Gibson Canyon
2821
       3600260   001   0M   C   Smiley Park Country Club
2822
       3600260   002   0M   C   Smiley Park Country Club
2823
       1900102   006   0M   C   WEST SIDE PARK MUTUAL
2824
       1900102   004   0M   C   WEST SIDE PARK MUTUAL
2825
       2701870   001   0M   C   BUENA VISTA WC
2826
       5010026   010   0M   C   City of Modesto, DE Hickman
2827
       5010026   011   0M   C   City of Modesto, DE Hickman
2828
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2829
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2830
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2831
       4400502   010   0M   C   TROUT GULCH MWC
2832
       3810001   036   0M   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
2833
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2834
       3810001   041   0M   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
2835
       3810001   024   0M   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
2836
       3810001   003   0M   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
2837
       3810001   014   0M   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
2838
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2839
       3810001   046   0M   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
2840
       3810001   011   0M   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
2841
       3600262   001   0M   C   Snowcrest Hts. Imp. Assoc
2842
       3810001   025   0M   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
2843
       3810001   010   0M   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
2844
       3810001   038   0M   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
2845
       3810001   172   0M   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
2846
       3810001   043   0M   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
2847
       3810001   042   0M   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
2848
       3810001   037   0M   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
2849
       3810001   006   0M   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
2850
       3810001   012   0M   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
2851
       3810001   048   0M   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
2852
       3810001   019   0M   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
2853
       3810001   063   0M   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
2854
       1010051   001   0M   C   FRESNO CO WATER WORKS DIST 18
2855
       2710023   003   0M   C   TASCO Spreckels Water Company
2856
       2710023   001   0M   C   TASCO Spreckels Water Company
2857
       2210002   001   0M   C   PONDEROSA BASIN MUTUAL WTR CO
2858
       1700518   001   0M   C   Loch Lomond Mutual Water Co
2859
       5610006   003   0M   C   YERBA BUENA WATER COMPANY
2860
       3600306   001   0M   C   THUNDERBIRD CWD
2861
       3600306   003   0M   C   THUNDERBIRD CWD
2862
       3600306   002   0M   C   THUNDERBIRD CWD
2863
       3110018   002   0M   C   Tahoe Park Water Company
2864
       4110012   004   0M   C   Cuesta La Honda Guild, Inc.
2865
       3110011   003   0M   C   Tahoe City PUD - McKinney/Quail
2866
       1410005   002   0M   C   INDIAN CREEK COMMUNITY SERVICE DISTRICT
2867
       3610016   001   0M   C   GLEN MARTIN MWC
2868
       2400172   004   0M   C   Sandy Mush Detention Center
2869
       5010007   004   0M   C   Hillsview Homes
2870
       1010052   001   0M   C   Sierra Cedars CSD
2871
       0310005   003   0M   C   Pine Grove Comm Serv Dist
2872
       0310005   002   0M   C   Pine Grove Comm Serv Dist
2873
       3110020   013   0M   C   Squaw Valley Public Service District
2874
       1910075   014   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON
2875
       1910075   010   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON
2876
       1910075   002   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON
2877
       1910075   006   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON
2878
       1910075   003   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON
2879
       1910075   011   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON
2880
       1910075   007   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON
2881
       1910075   016   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON
2882
       1910075   005   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON
2883
       1910075   017   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON
2884
       1910075   004   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON
2885
       1910075   012   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON
2886
       1910075   015   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON
2887
       1910075   013   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON
2888
       1910075   009   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON
2889
       1910075   001   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON
2890
       1910244   004   0M   C   GREEN VALLEY CWD
2891
       1910244   001   0M   C   GREEN VALLEY CWD
2892
       1710018   005   0M   C   Lake County CSA 2 - Spring Valley
2893
       1710018   006   0M   C   Lake County CSA 2 - Spring Valley
2894
       2110005   010   0M   C   Bolinas Community PUD
2895
       2110005   009   0M   C   Bolinas Community PUD
2896
       2110005   011   0M   C   Bolinas Community PUD
2897
       2110005   008   0M   C   Bolinas Community PUD
2898
       2110005   012   0M   C   Bolinas Community PUD
2899
       5010023   001   0M   C   City of Modesto, DE #6, So. Turlock
2900
       4710006   006   0M   C   McCloud C.S.D.
2901
       4710006   008   0M   C   McCloud C.S.D.
2902
       4710006   005   0M   C   McCloud C.S.D.
2903
       1710022   001   0M   C   Lake County CSA 20 - Soda Bay
2904
       4010003   005   0M   C   SAN MIGUELITO MWC
2905
       4010003   012   0M   C   SAN MIGUELITO MWC
2906
       3400229   001   0M   C   RIO COSUMNES CORRECTIONAL CENTER
2907
       2110004   014   0M   C   Stinson Beach County Wtr Dist
2908
       3610117   004   0M   C   DEVORE WC
2909
       2810001   001   0M   C   Howell Mountain Mutual Water Company
2910
       2110004   017   0M   C   Stinson Beach County Wtr Dist
2911
       2110004   015   0M   C   Stinson Beach County Wtr Dist
2912
       2110004   016   0M   C   Stinson Beach County Wtr Dist
2913
       3610117   003   0M   C   DEVORE WC
2914
       3610117   001   0M   C   DEVORE WC
2915
       4100517   002   0M   C   MENLO COLLEGE
2916
       3710039   006   0M   C   Pine Valley Mutual WC
2917
       2110004   020   0M   C   Stinson Beach County Wtr Dist
2918
       1910023   002   0M   C   AVERYDALE MWC
2919
       3610117   002   0M   C   DEVORE WC
2920
       4100517   001   0M   C   MENLO COLLEGE
2921
       3310013   002   0M   C   Elsinore WD - Country Club
2922
       3310013   003   0M   C   Elsinore WD - Country Club
2923
       3310013   001   0M   C   Elsinore WD - Country Club
2924
       4710002   001   0M   C   City of Dunsmuir
2925
       4710002   003   0M   C   City of Dunsmuir
2926
       4910019   002   0M   C   Forestville County Water District
2927
       4910019   001   0M   C   Forestville County Water District
2928
       1710010   008   0M   C   Lower Lake County Water District
2929
       5610003   002   0M   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 17 - Bell Canyon
2930
       5610003   003   0M   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 17 - Bell Canyon
2931
       3310047   005   0M   C   Cabazon Water District
2932
       5610015   010   0M   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 19 - SOMIS
2933
       5610015   005   0M   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 19 - SOMIS
2934
       5610015   013   0M   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 19 - SOMIS
2935
       5610015   002   0M   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 19 - SOMIS
2936
       0310021   004   0M   C   Amador County Service Area #3/Unit 6
2937
       0310021   005   0M   C   Amador County Service Area #3/Unit 6
2938
       3610051   001   0M   C   VALLEY OF ENCHANTMENT MWC
2939
       3310004   006   0M   C   Box Springs Mutual WC
2940
       3310004   005   0M   C   Box Springs Mutual WC
2941
       3310004   004   0M   C   Box Springs Mutual WC
2942
       4410008   004   0M   C   Mt. Hermon Association, Inc.
2943
       4510002   010   0M   C   Mountain Gate C.S.D.
2944
       3710036   004   0M   C   Borrego WD
2945
       2310007   010   0M   C   North Gualala Water Company
2946
       3510004   007   0M   C   Aromas Water District
2947
       3610063   002   0M   C   GOLDEN STATE WATER CO - MORONGO DEL SUR
2948
       3110013   007   0M   C   Tahoe Cedars Water Company
2949
       3110013   002   0M   C   Tahoe Cedars Water Company
2950
       3110013   004   0M   C   Tahoe Cedars Water Company
2951
       3110013   006   0M   C   Tahoe Cedars Water Company
2952
       3110013   003   0M   C   Tahoe Cedars Water Company
2953
       4110019   001   0M   C   O'Connor Tract Co-Operative Water Co.
2954
       2110006   015   0M   C   North Marin WD - Pt. Reyes
2955
       2110006   029   0M   C   North Marin WD - Pt. Reyes
2956
       2110006   016   0M   C   North Marin WD - Pt. Reyes
2957
       2110006   026   0M   C   North Marin WD - Pt. Reyes
2958
       2910002   001   0M   C   City of Nevada City
2959
       4010012   001   0M   C   HERITAGE RANCH CSD
2960
       4010012   002   0M   C   HERITAGE RANCH CSD
2961
       2310005   001   0M   C   Willow County Water District
2962
       1010034   001   0M   C   San Joaquin, City of
2963
       3110010   001   0M   C   Tahoe City PUD - Main
2964
       5610005   005   0M   C   MEINERS OAKS CWD
2965
       1910248   005   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 37-ACTON
2966
       1910248   003   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 37-ACTON
2967
       1910248   007   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 37-ACTON
2968
       1910248   001   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 37-ACTON
2969
       1910248   004   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 37-ACTON
2970
       1910248   006   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 37-ACTON
2971
       4410002   002   0M   C   Cal-Am Water Company - Felton
2972
       4410002   004   0M   C   Cal-Am Water Company - Felton
2973
       4410002   003   0M   C   Cal-Am Water Company - Felton
2974
       4410002   005   0M   C   Cal-Am Water Company - Felton
2975
       2410008   001   0M   C   MEADOWBROOK WC
2976
       3710004   002   0M   C   Del Mar - City of
2977
       2010010   002   0M   C   MADERA VALLEY WATER COMPANY
2978
       1910185   002   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 36-VAL VERDE
2979
       1910185   004   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 36-VAL VERDE
2980
       1910185   001   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 36-VAL VERDE
2981
       1910185   005   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 36-VAL VERDE
2982
       4210013   002   0M   C   SOLVANG WATER DEPARTMENT
2983
       4110010   039   0M   C   Montara Water and Sanitary District
2984
       4110010   057   0M   C   Montara Water and Sanitary District
2985
       4110010   056   0M   C   Montara Water and Sanitary District
2986
       4110010   041   0M   C   Montara Water and Sanitary District
2987
       4110010   058   0M   C   Montara Water and Sanitary District
2988
       4110010   040   0M   C   Montara Water and Sanitary District
2989
       1910163   001   0M   C   VALENCIA HEIGHTS WATER CO.
2990
       1010006   002   0M   C   FOWLER, CITY OF
2991
       3310800   001   0M   C   California Rehabilitation Center - Norco
2992
       4910027   011   0M   C   Sonoma State University
2993
       4910027   010   0M   C   Sonoma State University
2994
       4910027   009   0M   C   Sonoma State University
2995
       3310026   001   0M   C   Nuevo Water Company
2996
       4910027   007   0M   C   Sonoma State University
2997
       4910027   008   0M   C   Sonoma State University
2998
       3410005   005   0M   C   Rancho Murieta Community Servi
2999
       3410005   006   0M   C   Rancho Murieta Community Servi
3000
       3410005   004   0M   C   Rancho Murieta Community Servi
3001
       4010025   003   0M   C   SLO CWD NO. 10 - CAYUCOS
3002
       3010082   002   0M   C   Serrano Water District
3003
       3310036   003   0M   C   Western MWD - Murrieta Division
3004
       1910247   003   0M   C   NEWHALL CWD-CASTAIC
3005
       4010019   004   0M   C   Templeton CSD
3006
       1910085   003   0M   C   MAYWOOD MUTUAL WATER CO. #2
3007
       3610062   014   0M   C   RUNNING SPRINGS WATER DISTRICT
3008
       0510017   002   0M   C   CCWD Copper Cove
3009
       1910147   004   0M   C   SATIVA-L.A. CWD
3010
       2310001   004   0M   C   Fort Bragg, City of
3011
       1710015   001   0M   C   Hidden Valley Lake CSD
3012
       1710015   003   0M   C   Hidden Valley Lake CSD
3013
       1710015   002   0M   C   Hidden Valley Lake CSD
3014
       2910023   009   0M   C   Nevada ID - Lake Wildwood
3015
       3910003   001   0M   C   Escalon, City of
3016
       1910060   003   0M   C   LA PUENTE VALLEY CWD
3017
       5410020   005   0M   C   Woodlake, City of
3018
       4910016   001   0M   C   Cotati, City of
3019
       4910023   003   0M   C   California-American Larkfield (PUC)
3020
       4910023   002   0M   C   California-American Larkfield (PUC)
3021
       3310033   005   0M   C   Santa Ana River Water Company
3022
       3310033   003   0M   C   Santa Ana River Water Company
3023
       3310033   001   0M   C   Santa Ana River Water Company
3024
       3310033   002   0M   C   Santa Ana River Water Company
3025
       4210020   010   0M   C   Santa Ynez River Water Cons. Dist. ID#1
3026
       4210020   009   0M   C   Santa Ynez River Water Cons. Dist. ID#1
3027
       4210020   011   0M   C   Santa Ynez River Water Cons. Dist. ID#1
3028
       4210020   012   0M   C   Santa Ynez River Water Cons. Dist. ID#1
3029
       4210020   002   0M   C   Santa Ynez River Water Cons. Dist. ID#1
3030
       3610112   006   0M   C   HELENDALE COMMUNITY SERVICE DISTRICT
3031
       3610112   003   0M   C   HELENDALE COMMUNITY SERVICE DISTRICT
3032
       4010016   004   0M   C   Los Osos Community Services District
3033
       3610047   004   0M   C   GOLDEN STATE WATER CO - WRIGHTWOOD
3034
       3610047   002   0M   C   GOLDEN STATE WATER CO - WRIGHTWOOD
3035
       3610047   003   0M   C   GOLDEN STATE WATER CO - WRIGHTWOOD
3036
       1910086   002   0M   C   MAYWOOD MUTUAL WATER CO. #3
3037
       1910203   002   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CWWD 40, R24, 27,33-PEARBLSM
3038
       1910203   007   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CWWD 40, R24, 27,33-PEARBLSM
3039
       3610125   002   0M   C   SBNDO COUNTY SERVICE AREA 70J
3040
       3610125   003   0M   C   SBNDO COUNTY SERVICE AREA 70J
3041
       4110027   001   0M   C   Westborough County Water Dist
3042
       4110017   001   0M   C   City of Menlo Park
3043
       1910148   002   0M   C   SIERRA MADRE-CITY, WATER DEPT.
3044
       1910148   004   0M   C   SIERRA MADRE-CITY, WATER DEPT.
3045
       4910012   005   0M   C   Sonoma, City of
3046
       4910012   004   0M   C   Sonoma, City of
3047
       4910012   003   0M   C   Sonoma, City of
3048
       4410013   002   0M   C   Scotts Valley Water District
3049
       4410013   001   0M   C   Scotts Valley Water District
3050
       4110016   004   0M   C   Hillsborough Water Dept.
3051
       4110016   005   0M   C   Hillsborough Water Dept.
3052
       4110016   003   0M   C   Hillsborough Water Dept.
3053
       4110016   001   0M   C   Hillsborough Water Dept.
3054
       4910005   009   0M   C   Healdsburg, City of
3055
       4910005   004   0M   C   Healdsburg, City of
3056
       4910005   007   0M   C   Healdsburg, City of
3057
       4910005   005   0M   C   Healdsburg, City of
3058
       4910005   006   0M   C   Healdsburg, City of
3059
       4910005   002   0M   C   Healdsburg, City of
3060
       4910005   008   0M   C   Healdsburg, City of
3061
       4310019   003   0M   C   City of San Jose - NSJ/Alviso
3062
       3910015   004   0M   C   CITY OF LATHROP
3063
       3610121   005   0M   C   SBDNO COUNTY SERVICE AREA 64
3064
       3610121   006   0M   C   SBDNO COUNTY SERVICE AREA 64
3065
       3610121   001   0M   C   SBDNO COUNTY SERVICE AREA 64
3066
       1910096   006   0M   C   Newhall CWD-Newhall
3067
       1910096   009   0M   C   Newhall CWD-Newhall
3068
       1910096   007   0M   C   Newhall CWD-Newhall
3069
       1910005   003   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 40 Reg 38 Lake LA
3070
       1910005   001   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 40 Reg 38 Lake LA
3071
       3310074   001   0M   C   Lee Lake Water District
3072
       3310074   002   0M   C   Lee Lake Water District
3073
       4210007   006   0M   C   MONTECITO WATER DIST
3074
       3310032   003   0M   C   San Jacinto, City of
3075
       2910003   008   0M   C   Truckee-Donner PUD, Main
3076
       0510016   001   0M   C   CCWD Ebbetts Pass Improvement District
3077
       3910007   001   0M   C   RIPON, CITY OF
3078
       3910007   003   0M   C   RIPON, CITY OF
3079
       2810005   004   0M   C   American Canyon, City of
3080
       2810005   002   0M   C   American Canyon, City of
3081
       2810005   005   0M   C   American Canyon, City of
3082
       2310003   001   0M   C   Ukiah, City of
3083
       1910063   002   0M   C   LINCOLN AVENUE WATER CO.
3084
       4010001   002   0M   C   ARROYO GRANDE, WATER DEPARTMENT
3085
       3510003   002   0M   C   Sunnyslope County Water Dist
3086
       3510003   005   0M   C   Sunnyslope County Water Dist
3087
       5610043   002   0M   C   OAK PARK WATER SERVICE
3088
       5610043   001   0M   C   OAK PARK WATER SERVICE
3089
       4210001   004   0M   C   CARPINTERIA VALLEY WATER DISTRICT
3090
       4210001   003   0M   C   CARPINTERIA VALLEY WATER DISTRICT
3091
       4210001   005   0M   C   CARPINTERIA VALLEY WATER DISTRICT
3092
       4210001   006   0M   C   CARPINTERIA VALLEY WATER DISTRICT
3093
       4210001   007   0M   C   CARPINTERIA VALLEY WATER DISTRICT
3094
       4410014   002   0M   C   San Lorenzo Valley Water Dist
3095
       4410014   003   0M   C   San Lorenzo Valley Water Dist
3096
       4410014   004   0M   C   San Lorenzo Valley Water Dist
3097
       1910073   005   0M   C   LOMITA-CITY, WATER DEPT.
3098
       3010055   001   0M   C   South Coast WD - Capistrano Beach
3099
       3610120   006   0M   C   Phelan Pinon Hills CSD
3100
       3610120   005   0M   C   Phelan Pinon Hills CSD
3101
       3610120   002   0M   C   Phelan Pinon Hills CSD
3102
       3710023   004   0M   C   Santa Fe I.D.
3103
       3710023   005   0M   C   Santa Fe I.D.
3104
       5010017   005   0M   C   PATTERSON, CITY OF
3105
       5010017   001   0M   C   PATTERSON, CITY OF
3106
       4110018   003   0M   C   City of Millbrae
3107
       4110018   001   0M   C   City of Millbrae
3108
       4110018   002   0M   C   City of Millbrae
3109
       1910191   002   0M   C   NORWALK - CITY, WATER DEPT.
3110
       1910191   001   0M   C   NORWALK - CITY, WATER DEPT.
3111
       3510001   007   0M   C   Hollister, City of
3112
       3510001   005   0M   C   Hollister, City of
3113
       3510001   011   0M   C   Hollister, City of
3114
       4910013   009   0M   C   Valley of the Moon Water District
3115
       4910013   010   0M   C   Valley of the Moon Water District
3116
       1910212   001   0M   C   GSWC-SOUTH ARCADIA
3117
       1010029   002   0M   C   CITY OF SANGER
3118
       1010027   001   0M   C   REEDLEY, CITY OF
3119
       1910154   010   0M   C   City of South Pasadena
3120
       4910017   034   0M   C   Windsor, Town of
3121
       3710027   004   0M   C   Vista Irrigation District
3122
       3710027   001   0M   C   Vista Irrigation District
3123
       3710027   003   0M   C   Vista Irrigation District
3124
       3310025   002   0M   C   Norco, City of
3125
       3310025   001   0M   C   Norco, City of
3126
       3310025   003   0M   C   Norco, City of
3127
       1910204   058   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
3128
       1910204   004   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
3129
       1910204   044   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
3130
       1910204   024   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
3131
       1910204   043   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
3132
       1910204   051   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
3133
       1910204   059   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
3134
       1910204   046   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
3135
       1910204   054   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
3136
       1910204   048   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
3137
       1910204   047   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
3138
       1910204   053   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
3139
       1910204   057   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
3140
       1910204   050   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
3141
       1910204   025   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
3142
       1910204   026   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
3143
       1910204   052   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
3144
       1910204   049   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
3145
       1910204   007   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
3146
       1910204   045   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
3147
       1910204   023   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
3148
       1910204   056   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
3149
       1910204   055   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
3150
       4110024   001   0M   C   City of East Palo Alto
3151
       4110024   002   0M   C   City of East Palo Alto
3152
       4810001   017   0M   C   City of Benicia
3153
       5610011   004   0M   C   Santa Paula Water System
3154
       4110003   002   0M   C   City of Burlingame
3155
       3610005   004   0M   C   LAKE ARROWHEAD CSD
3156
       4310028   003   0M   C   San Jose State University
3157
       4310028   002   0M   C   San Jose State University
3158
       1510017   007   0M   C   INDIAN WELLS VALLEY W.D.
3159
       4310028   004   0M   C   San Jose State University
3160
       1510017   002   0M   C   INDIAN WELLS VALLEY W.D.
3161
       1510017   005   0M   C   INDIAN WELLS VALLEY W.D.
3162
       3610005   003   0M   C   LAKE ARROWHEAD CSD
3163
       1510017   006   0M   C   INDIAN WELLS VALLEY W.D.
3164
       1910098   004   0M   C   GSWC - NORWALK
3165
       1910030   002   0M   C   GSWC - CULVER CITY
3166
       1910030   003   0M   C   GSWC - CULVER CITY
3167
       3410021   002   0M   C   San Juan Water District
3168
       2710017   011   0M   C   Marina Coast Water District
3169
       2710017   007   0M   C   Marina Coast Water District
3170
       2710017   013   0M   C   Marina Coast Water District
3171
       2710017   012   0M   C   Marina Coast Water District
3172
       4110021   001   0M   C   Estero Municipal Improvement District
3173
       4210016   006   0M   C   Golden State Water Company - Orcutt
3174
       4210016   010   0M   C   Golden State Water Company - Orcutt
3175
       3010030   009   0M   C   City of San Juan Capistrano
3176
       3010030   003   0M   C   City of San Juan Capistrano
3177
       3010030   002   0M   C   City of San Juan Capistrano
3178
       1910024   001   0M   C   GSWC - CLAREMONT
3179
       5610018   008   0M   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 1 - MOORPARK
3180
       5610018   007   0M   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 1 - MOORPARK
3181
       5610018   001   0M   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 1 - MOORPARK
3182
       5610018   006   0M   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 1 - MOORPARK
3183
       5610018   003   0M   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 1 - MOORPARK
3184
       5610018   009   0M   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 1 - MOORPARK
3185
       5610018   004   0M   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 1 - MOORPARK
3186
       5610018   010   0M   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 1 - MOORPARK
3187
       0710006   001   0M   C   City of Martinez
3188
       0710006   002   0M   C   City of Martinez
3189
       1910028   004   0M   C   CRESCENTA VALLEY CWD
3190
       4110025   008   0M   C   North Coast County Water Dist
3191
       4110025   010   0M   C   North Coast County Water Dist
3192
       4110025   002   0M   C   North Coast County Water Dist
3193
       4110025   003   0M   C   North Coast County Water Dist
3194
       4110025   009   0M   C   North Coast County Water Dist
3195
       4110025   004   0M   C   North Coast County Water Dist
3196
       3710021   004   0M   C   San Dieguito WD
3197
       3710021   002   0M   C   San Dieguito WD
3198
       3710021   006   0M   C   San Dieguito WD
3199
       4310004   001   0M   C   City of Gilroy
3200
       1910090   005   0M   C   MONROVIA-CITY, WATER DEPT.
3201
       1910090   004   0M   C   MONROVIA-CITY, WATER DEPT.
3202
       1910090   008   0M   C   MONROVIA-CITY, WATER DEPT.
3203
       1910090   007   0M   C   MONROVIA-CITY, WATER DEPT.
3204
       3710019   006   0M   C   Ramona Municipal WD
3205
       3710019   004   0M   C   Ramona Municipal WD
3206
       4110023   011   0M   C   City of San Bruno
3207
       4110023   010   0M   C   City of San Bruno
3208
       4110023   014   0M   C   City of San Bruno
3209
       4110023   013   0M   C   City of San Bruno
3210
       4910014   002   0M   C   Rohnert Park, City of
3211
       4910014   001   0M   C   Rohnert Park, City of
3212
       5610059   007   0M   C   Golden State Water Company - Simi
3213
       5610059   006   0M   C   Golden State Water Company - Simi
3214
       5610059   005   0M   C   Golden State Water Company - Simi
3215
       1910156   007   0M   C   BEVERLY HILLS-CITY, WATER DEPT.
3216
       1910156   005   0M   C   BEVERLY HILLS-CITY, WATER DEPT.
3217
       1910156   004   0M   C   BEVERLY HILLS-CITY, WATER DEPT.
3218
       1910156   006   0M   C   BEVERLY HILLS-CITY, WATER DEPT.
3219
       1910003   002   0M   C   City of Arcadia
3220
       1910003   001   0M   C   City of Arcadia
3221
       5610019   003   0M   C   CAMARILLO WATER DEPT
3222
       1910167   008   0M   C   VERNON-CITY, WATER DEPT.
3223
       1910167   009   0M   C   VERNON-CITY, WATER DEPT.
3224
       1910167   010   0M   C   VERNON-CITY, WATER DEPT.
3225
       1910059   001   0M   C   SUBURBAN WATER SYSTEMS-LA MIRADA
3226
       1910173   001   0M   C   WHITTIER-CITY, WATER DEPT.
3227
       3610038   001   0M   C   RIALTO-CITY
3228
       4410017   026   0M   C   Soquel Creek Water District
3229
       4410017   019   0M   C   Soquel Creek Water District
3230
       4410017   027   0M   C   Soquel Creek Water District
3231
       4410017   021   0M   C   Soquel Creek Water District
3232
       4410017   028   0M   C   Soquel Creek Water District
3233
       4410017   016   0M   C   Soquel Creek Water District
3234
       4410017   017   0M   C   Soquel Creek Water District
3235
       4410017   010   0M   C   Soquel Creek Water District
3236
       4410017   025   0M   C   Soquel Creek Water District
3237
       5610020   006   0M   C   THOUSAND OAKS WATER DEPT
3238
       5610020   005   0M   C   THOUSAND OAKS WATER DEPT
3239
       4410017   023   0M   C   Soquel Creek Water District
3240
       5610020   004   0M   C   THOUSAND OAKS WATER DEPT
3241
       4410017   024   0M   C   Soquel Creek Water District
3242
       4410017   011   0M   C   Soquel Creek Water District
3243
       5610020   002   0M   C   THOUSAND OAKS WATER DEPT
3244
       3710015   001   0M   C   Poway - City of
3245
       3010079   004   0M   C   El Toro Water District
3246
       3010079   005   0M   C   El Toro Water District
3247
       1910019   001   0M   C   CERRITOS - CITY, WATER DEPT.
3248
       1910142   001   0M   C   GSWC-SAN DIMAS
3249
       3610003   004   0M   C   APPLE VALLEY RANCHOS WC
3250
       3610003   002   0M   C   APPLE VALLEY RANCHOS WC
3251
       3610003   008   0M   C   APPLE VALLEY RANCHOS WC
3252
       3610003   006   0M   C   APPLE VALLEY RANCHOS WC
3253
       1910044   003   0M   C   GLENDORA-CITY, WATER DEPT.
3254
       1910044   004   0M   C   GLENDORA-CITY, WATER DEPT.
3255
       3610036   005   0M   C   City of Chino Hills
3256
       3610036   015   0M   C   City of Chino Hills
3257
       3610036   019   0M   C   City of Chino Hills
3258
       3610036   006   0M   C   City of Chino Hills
3259
       3610036   011   0M   C   City of Chino Hills
3260
       4910006   006   0M   C   Petaluma, City of
3261
       4910006   004   0M   C   Petaluma, City of
3262
       4910006   002   0M   C   Petaluma, City of
3263
       4910006   001   0M   C   Petaluma, City of
3264
       4910006   007   0M   C   Petaluma, City of
3265
       4910006   003   0M   C   Petaluma, City of
3266
       4910006   005   0M   C   Petaluma, City of
3267
       4910006   008   0M   C   Petaluma, City of
3268
       4910006   009   0M   C   Petaluma, City of
3269
       4910006   010   0M   C   Petaluma, City of
3270
       2110003   038   0M   C   North Marin Water District
3271
       5710006   011   0M   C   City of Woodland
3272
       2110003   015   0M   C   North Marin Water District
3273
       2110003   036   0M   C   North Marin Water District
3274
       2110003   034   0M   C   North Marin Water District
3275
       2110003   035   0M   C   North Marin Water District
3276
       2010002   013   0M   C   MADERA-CITY
3277
       3010018   003   0M   C   City of La Habra
3278
       3010018   002   0M   C   City of La Habra
3279
       4310009   008   0M   C   City of Palo Alto
3280
       0710008   001   0M   C   City of Pittsburg
3281
       4310009   001   0M   C   City of Palo Alto
3282
       4310009   005   0M   C   City of Palo Alto
3283
       4310009   006   0M   C   City of Palo Alto
3284
       4310009   004   0M   C   City of Palo Alto
3285
       3010046   001   0M   C   City of Tustin
3286
       3010046   006   0M   C   City of Tustin
3287
       3010046   008   0M   C   City of Tustin
3288
       3010046   007   0M   C   City of Tustin
3289
       3010046   004   0M   C   City of Tustin
3290
       3710029   004   0M   C   Olivenhain MWD
3291
       1910174   001   0M   C   SUBURBAN WATER SYSTEMS-WHITTIER
3292
       5010019   001   0M   C   Turlock, City of
3293
       5610024   003   0M   C   CASITAS MUNICIPAL WATER DIST
3294
       1910239   010   0M   C   LAKEWOOD - CITY, WATER DEPT.
3295
       1910239   009   0M   C   LAKEWOOD - CITY, WATER DEPT.
3296
       1910239   008   0M   C   LAKEWOOD - CITY, WATER DEPT.
3297
       4310005   002   0M   C   City of Milpitas
3298
       4310005   003   0M   C   City of Milpitas
3299
       4310005   001   0M   C   City of Milpitas
3300
       3910005   003   0M   C   MANTECA, CITY OF
3301
       3910005   004   0M   C   MANTECA, CITY OF
3302
       3910005   001   0M   C   MANTECA, CITY OF
3303
       1910104   001   0M   C   CALIFORNIA WATER SERVICE CO. - PALOS VER
3304
       1910225   003   0M   C   LAS VIRGENES MWD
3305
       4110022   003   0M   C   City of Redwood City
3306
       4110022   004   0M   C   City of Redwood City
3307
       4110022   006   0M   C   City of Redwood City
3308
       4110022   002   0M   C   City of Redwood City
3309
       4110022   001   0M   C   City of Redwood City
3310
       4310007   014   0M   C   City of Mountain View
3311
       4310007   011   0M   C   City of Mountain View
3312
       4310007   007   0M   C   City of Mountain View
3313
       4310007   008   0M   C   City of Mountain View
3314
       4310007   006   0M   C   City of Mountain View
3315
       4310007   013   0M   C   City of Mountain View
3316
       4310007   001   0M   C   City of Mountain View
3317
       4310007   003   0M   C   City of Mountain View
3318
       4310007   015   0M   C   City of Mountain View
3319
       4310007   002   0M   C   City of Mountain View
3320
       1910009   011   0M   C   VALLEY COUNTY WATER DIST.
3321
       1910009   009   0M   C   VALLEY COUNTY WATER DIST.
3322
       1910009   010   0M   C   VALLEY COUNTY WATER DIST.
3323
       1910009   016   0M   C   VALLEY COUNTY WATER DIST.
3324
       2810003   011   0M   C   Napa, City of
3325
       2810003   013   0M   C   Napa, City of
3326
       2810003   008   0M   C   Napa, City of
3327
       2810003   010   0M   C   Napa, City of
3328
       2810003   009   0M   C   Napa, City of
3329
       3610037   010   0M   C   REDLANDS CITY MUD-WATER DIV
3330
       2410009   008   0M   C   MERCED, CITY OF
3331
       3010003   001   0M   C   City of Buena Park
3332
       4210004   014   0M   C   GOLETA WATER DISRICT
3333
       4210004   013   0M   C   GOLETA WATER DISRICT
3334
       1910146   008   0M   C   SANTA MONICA-CITY, WATER DIVISION
3335
       1910146   009   0M   C   SANTA MONICA-CITY, WATER DIVISION
3336
       1910146   007   0M   C   SANTA MONICA-CITY, WATER DIVISION
3337
       5610023   005   0M   C   VENTURA WWD NO. 8 - SIMI VALLEY
3338
       5610023   003   0M   C   VENTURA WWD NO. 8 - SIMI VALLEY
3339
       5610023   004   0M   C   VENTURA WWD NO. 8 - SIMI VALLEY
3340
       4310020   007   0M   C   City of San Jose - Evergreen/Edenvale
3341
       4310020   012   0M   C   City of San Jose - Evergreen/Edenvale
3342
       4310020   009   0M   C   City of San Jose - Evergreen/Edenvale
3343
       4310020   010   0M   C   City of San Jose - Evergreen/Edenvale
3344
       4310020   008   0M   C   City of San Jose - Evergreen/Edenvale
3345
       4310020   011   0M   C   City of San Jose - Evergreen/Edenvale
3346
       4310020   003   0M   C   City of San Jose - Evergreen/Edenvale
3347
       4310020   002   0M   C   City of San Jose - Evergreen/Edenvale
3348
       4310020   006   0M   C   City of San Jose - Evergreen/Edenvale
3349
       4310020   005   0M   C   City of San Jose - Evergreen/Edenvale
3350
       4310020   004   0M   C   City of San Jose - Evergreen/Edenvale
3351
       4310020   001   0M   C   City of San Jose - Evergreen/Edenvale
3352
       4810003   001   0M   C   City of Fairfield
3353
       1910234   003   0M   C   WALNUT VALLEY WATER DISTRICT
3354
       3710037   011   0M   C   Padre Dam MWD
3355
       3710037   010   0M   C   Padre Dam MWD
3356
       3710037   015   0M   C   Padre Dam MWD
3357
       3710037   009   0M   C   Padre Dam MWD
3358
       3710037   018   0M   C   Padre Dam MWD
3359
       3710037   014   0M   C   Padre Dam MWD
3360
       3710037   016   0M   C   Padre Dam MWD
3361
       3710037   017   0M   C   Padre Dam MWD
3362
       4110013   004   0M   C   City of Daly City
3363
       4110013   005   0M   C   City of Daly City
3364
       4110013   003   0M   C   City of Daly City
3365
       4110013   002   0M   C   City of Daly City
3366
       4110013   006   0M   C   City of Daly City
3367
       4110013   007   0M   C   City of Daly City
3368
       3810010   002   0M   C   SAN FRANCISCO INT L. AIRPORT
3369
       4310012   002   0M   C   City of Santa Clara
3370
       4310012   004   0M   C   City of Santa Clara
3371
       5610017   013   0M   C   VENTURA WATER DEPARTMENT
3372
       5610017   012   0M   C   VENTURA WATER DEPARTMENT
3373
       5610017   011   0M   C   VENTURA WATER DEPARTMENT
3374
       5610017   010   0M   C   VENTURA WATER DEPARTMENT
3375
       0910001   026   0M   C   El Dorado ID - Main
3376
       0910001   028   0M   C   El Dorado ID - Main
3377
       0910001   030   0M   C   El Dorado ID - Main
3378
       0910001   027   0M   C   El Dorado ID - Main
3379
       1910213   004   0M   C   TORRANCE-CITY, WATER DEPT.
3380
       1910213   006   0M   C   TORRANCE-CITY, WATER DEPT.
3381
       4810007   004   0M   C   City of Vallejo
3382
       4810007   005   0M   C   City of Vallejo
3383
       4310014   005   0M   C   City of Sunnyvale
3384
       4310014   006   0M   C   City of Sunnyvale
3385
       4310014   008   0M   C   City of Sunnyvale
3386
       4310014   007   0M   C   City of Sunnyvale
3387
       4310014   003   0M   C   City of Sunnyvale
3388
       4310014   004   0M   C   City of Sunnyvale
3389
       4310014   002   0M   C   City of Sunnyvale
3390
       3310038   001   0M   C   Rancho California Water District
3391
       3310038   002   0M   C   Rancho California Water District
3392
       1910205   002   0M   C   SUBURBAN WATER SYSTEMS-SAN JOSE
3393
       1910205   007   0M   C   SUBURBAN WATER SYSTEMS-SAN JOSE
3394
       1910205   006   0M   C   SUBURBAN WATER SYSTEMS-SAN JOSE
3395
       1910205   001   0M   C   SUBURBAN WATER SYSTEMS-SAN JOSE
3396
       3010027   006   0M   C   City of Orange
3397
       1910070   055   0M   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
3398
       0110006   045   0M   C   CITY OF HAYWARD
3399
       0110006   041   0M   C   CITY OF HAYWARD
3400
       3310037   006   0M   C   Corona, City of
3401
       3310037   003   0M   C   Corona, City of
3402
       3310037   004   0M   C   Corona, City of
3403
       3310037   002   0M   C   Corona, City of
3404
       4910009   004   0M   C   Santa Rosa, City of
3405
       4910009   003   0M   C   Santa Rosa, City of
3406
       4910009   002   0M   C   Santa Rosa, City of
3407
       4910009   001   0M   C   Santa Rosa, City of
3408
       3010073   003   0M   C   Moulton Niguel Water District
3409
       3010073   002   0M   C   Moulton Niguel Water District
3410
       3010073   007   0M   C   Moulton Niguel Water District
3411
       3010073   006   0M   C   Moulton Niguel Water District
3412
       3010073   008   0M   C   Moulton Niguel Water District
3413
       3010073   005   0M   C   Moulton Niguel Water District
3414
       3010073   004   0M   C   Moulton Niguel Water District
3415
       1910124   001   0M   C   PASADENA-CITY, WATER DEPT.
3416
       3010062   006   0M   C   City of Garden Grove
3417
       3410001   015   0M   C   Sacramento Suburban Water District
3418
       3410001   017   0M   C   Sacramento Suburban Water District
3419
       3410001   016   0M   C   Sacramento Suburban Water District
3420
       3410001   008   0M   C   Sacramento Suburban Water District
3421
       3410001   012   0M   C   Sacramento Suburban Water District
3422
       3410001   010   0M   C   Sacramento Suburban Water District
3423
       3410001   018   0M   C   Sacramento Suburban Water District
3424
       2110002   009   0M   C   Marin Municipal Water District
3425
       2110002   008   0M   C   Marin Municipal Water District
3426
       2110002   010   0M   C   Marin Municipal Water District
3427
       2110002   002   0M   C   Marin Municipal Water District
3428
       2110002   001   0M   C   Marin Municipal Water District
3429
       3710034   004   0M   C   Otay Water District
3430
       3710034   003   0M   C   Otay Water District
3431
       0710003   008   0M   C   Contra Costa Water District
3432
       0710003   015   0M   C   Contra Costa Water District
3433
       0710003   007   0M   C   Contra Costa Water District
3434
       3010053   001   0M   C   City of Huntington Beach
3435
       3010053   003   0M   C   City of Huntington Beach
3436
       1910048   008   0M   C   CASTAIC LAKE WATER AGENCY
3437
       3310031   002   0M   C   Riverside, City of
3438
       0110001   001   0M   C   Alameda County Water District
3439
       0110001   006   0M   C   Alameda County Water District
3440
       0110001   005   0M   C   Alameda County Water District
3441
       3310009   061   0M   C   Eastern Municipal WD
3442
       1010007   020   0M   C   FRESNO, CITY OF
3443
       4310011   021   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3444
       4310011   039   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3445
       4310011   044   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3446
       4310011   025   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3447
       4310011   009   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3448
       4310011   052   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3449
       4310011   055   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3450
       4310011   056   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3451
       4310011   040   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3452
       4310011   032   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3453
       4310011   042   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3454
       4310011   033   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3455
       4310011   050   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3456
       4310011   038   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3457
       4310011   035   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3458
       4310011   013   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3459
       4310011   016   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3460
       4310011   020   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3461
       4310011   010   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3462
       4310011   054   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3463
       4310011   019   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3464
       4310011   028   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3465
       4310011   036   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3466
       4310011   051   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3467
       4310011   012   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3468
       4310011   049   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3469
       4310011   034   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3470
       4310011   018   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3471
       4310011   017   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3472
       4310011   045   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3473
       4310011   030   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3474
       4310011   014   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3475
       4310011   022   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3476
       4310011   003   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3477
       4310011   046   0M   C   San Jose Water Company
3478
       3710020   057   0M   C   San Diego - City of
3479
       3710020   055   0M   C   San Diego - City of
3480
       0110005   035   0M   C   East Bay MUD
3481
       0110005   036   0M   C   East Bay MUD
3482
       0110005   034   0M   C   East Bay MUD
3483
       0110005   033   0M   C   East Bay MUD
3484
       1910067   040   0M   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT. OF WATER & POWER
3485
       2702268   003   0M   P   NEW CAMALDOLI HERMITAGE WS
3486
       2702595   002   0M   P   CACHAGUA COMM CTR WS
3487
       5500148   001   0M   P   CHINESE CAMP SCHOOL
3488
       5400638   001   0M   P   SIERRA SCHOOL
3489
       2700592   001   0M   P   HARRISON RD WS #01
3490
       2000507   002   0M   P   WARNOCK FOOD PRODUCTS #2
3491
       2000507   001   0M   P   WARNOCK FOOD PRODUCTS #2
3492
       2702050   001   0M   P   CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD WS
3493
       3901322   002   0M   P   MANTECA INDUSTRIAL PRK CSA-30
3494
       3400182   002   0M   P   BOY S RANCH
3495
       3901322   001   0M   P   MANTECA INDUSTRIAL PRK CSA-30
3496
       1000316   001   0M   P   KINGS CANYON HIGH SCHOOL
3497
       5500242   001   0M   P   SIERRA WALDORF SCHOOL
3498
       2210907   001   0M   P   MUSD - Catheys Valley Elementary School
3499
       2210911   001   0M   P   Spring Hill High School
3500
       2100545   002   0M   P   WALKER CREEK RANCH EDUCATIONAL CENTER
3501
       2100545   004   0M   P   WALKER CREEK RANCH EDUCATIONAL CENTER
3502
       3900756   001   0M   P   LINDEN USD-GLENWOOD SCHOOL
3503
       4901095   002   0M   P   Westminster Woods Camp
3504
       2210908   001   0M   P   COULTERVILLE - GREELEY HILL SCHOOL
3505
       2700703   001   0M   P   CALVARY CHURCH INC WS
3506
       3301385   001   0M   P   JOJOBA HILLS SKP RESORT, INC.
3507
       3702364   001   0M   P   CLOVER FLAT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
3508
       4100538   003   0M   P   CAMP JONES GULCH
3509
       1900767   001   0M   P   GOLDEN VALLEY MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT
3510
       3100077   001   0M   P   DRY CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL.
3511
       1000111   001   0M   P   PINE RIDGE SCHOOL
3512
       2702030   001   0M   P   CYPRESS COMMUNITY CHURCH WS
3513
       1000193   001   0M   P   NAVELENCIA SCHOOL
3514
       1000192   001   0M   P   MONROE SCHOOL
3515
       1000181   001   0M   P   ALVINA SCHOOL
3516
       2000846   002   0M   P   SIERRA VIEW SCHOOL
3517
       1000204   001   0M   P   AMERICAN UNION SCHOOL
3518
       1000196   001   0M   P   RIVERVIEW SCHOOL
3519
       1000198   001   0M   P   TERRY SCHOOL
3520
       1000189   001   0M   P   LATON HIGH SCHOOL
3521
       1000206   001   0M   P   HOUGHTON-KEARNEY SCHOOL
3522
       1000190   001   0M   P   LONE STAR SCHOOL
3523
       3400254   001   0M   P   DILLARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
3524
       1000104   001   0M   P   CENTERVILLE SCHOOL
3525
       1000208   001   0M   P   ROOSEVELT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
3526
       1000276   001   0M   P   ORANGE CENTER SCHOOL
3527
       1000184   001   0M   P   DUNLAP SCHOOL
3528
       1000194   001   0M   P   PACIFIC UNION ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
3529
       1000187   001   0M   P   INDIANOLA SCHOOL
3530
       1000285   002   0M   P   WASHINGTON COLONY SCHOOL
3531
       1000185   001   0M   P   GREAT WESTERN SCHOOL
3532
       1000180   001   0M   P   ALTA SCHOOL
3533
       5500152   003   0M   P   CURTIS CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
3534
       2000611   001   0M   P   COARSEGOLD SCHOOL
3535
       1000105   001   0M   P   MADISON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
3536
       2900532   001   0M   P   PENN VALLEY SHOPPING CENTER WATER SYSTEM
3537
       1000201   001   0M   P   SUN EMPIRE SCHOOL
3538
       3301494   001   0M   P   PALM SPRINGS AERIAL TRAMWAY
3539
       3400180   001   0M   P   BRANCH CENTER
3540
       3301238   001   0M   P   EISENHOWER MEDICAL CENTER
3541
       1000367   001   0M   P   SELMA HIGH SCHOOL
3542
       3301155   001   0M   P   COLLEGE OF THE DESERT
3543
       1900893   001   0M   N   CAMP BLOOMFIELD
3544
       3200139   001   0M   N   Almanor Heights MWC
3545
       3103666   001   0M   N   SILVER CREEK SUMMER HOME TRACT
3546
       3601016   001   0M   N   Ponderosa Guest Ranch
3547
       2910300   003   0M   N   Malakoff Diggins SHP
3548
       3301526   001   0M   N   RAGSDALE WATER
3549
       1900594   001   0M   N   CAMP VERDUGO OAKS BOY SCOUTS
3550
       4500017   001   0M   N   MOOSE CAMP
3551
       4901223   001   0M   N   Sonoma County Parks-Putnam Park
3552
       3700184   001   0M   N   LEMURIAN FELLOWSHIP - THE GATEWAY
3553
       0500021   001   0M   N   SKY HIGH RANCH HOA
3554
       4000642   001   0M   N   CHRISTMAS COVE COMPANY
3555
       1000166   001   0M   N   CAMP EL-O-WIN
3556
       0500028   001   0M   N   SHERMAN ACRES MUTUAL WATER ASN
3557
       3600585   001   0M   N   Thousand Pines Amer. Ctr.
3558
       1502249   001   0M   N   CAMP ST NICHOLAS WATER SYSTEM
3559
       3600537   001   0M   N   Camp Ta Ta Pochon
3560
       3210300   002   0M   N   Plumas-Eureka S.P.
3561
       1900888   001   0M   N   CAMP SHALOM / JCA
3562
       1000573   001   0M   N   MOUNTAIN VALLEY COMMUNITY CHURCH
3563
       4901222   001   0M   N   Sonoma County Parks-Vet. Memorial Beach
3564
       1000170   002   0M   N   CAMP FRESNO WATER SYSTEM
3565
       1000170   001   0M   N   CAMP FRESNO WATER SYSTEM
3566
       3600534   006   0M   N   De Benneville Pines Inc
3567
       3600534   004   0M   N   De Benneville Pines Inc
3568
       0900506   001   0M   N   SPRING CREEK TRACT ASSOCIATION
3569
       3701965   001    0M    N   MATAGUAY SCOUT RESERVATION
3570
       1000165   001    0M    N   BSA/CAMP CHAWANAKEE
3571
       5500031   001    0M    N   CAMP MATHER
3572
       2701184   001    0M    N   SAN ANTONIO LAKE PARK SOUTH WS
3573
       2701183   001    0M    N   SAN ANTONIO LAKE PARK NORTH WS
3574
       0210300   001    0M    N   CA State Parks - Grover Hot Springs
3575
       2905001   001    0M    N   South Yuba River State Park
3576
       0910301   002    0M    N   CA State Parks - D.L. Bliss
3577
       3400297   001    0M    N   GIBSON RANCH COUNTY PARK
3578
       3400168   001    0M    S   COSUMNES RIVER INDIAN ASSOC
3579
       3301630   001   40 N   C   Blythe - Hidden Beaches
3580
       4900788   002   35 N   C   El Crystal Mobile Home Park
3581
       2010014   001   35 N   C   HILLVIEW WC-OAKHURST/SIERRA LAKES
3582
       5110002   038   30 N   C   City of Yuba City
3583
       2300730   002   25 N   C   Westport County Water District
3584
       1502315   001   25 N   C   CAMP OWEN WATER SYSTEM
3585
       5310002   001   25 N   C   Trinity Co. W.W. Dist #1
3586
       2710005   001   25 N   C   Castroville Community Services District
3587
       2500513   002   25 N   P   MJUSD-Arlington Elem. School
3588
       3600365   001   25 N   N   River Land Resort
3589
       0400026   003   20 N   C   MEADOWBROOK OAKS
3590
       5800572   002   20 N   C   FAIRWAY DOWNS MUTUAL WATER CO
3591
       1810003   001   20 N   C   Lassen County Water District #1
3592
       5510019   001   20 N   C   TUD - Mono Village Water System
3593
       3301577   001   20 N   C   RIV COUNTY SERVICE AREA #62
3594
       1610006   002   20 N   C   Stratford PUD
3595
       3210011   001   20 N   C   Plumas Eureka CSD
3596
       1310011   010   20 N   C   Coachella VWD: I.D. NO. 11
3597
       0610004   004   20 N   C   City of Williams
3598
       1010005   001   20 N   C   Firebaugh City
3599
       1510045   008   20 N   C   GOLDEN HILLS CSD
3600
       1910160   002   20 N   C   TRACT 349 MUTUAL WATER CO.
3601
       5510001   003   20 N   C   TUD - Sonora/Jamestown Water System
3602
       5110002   036   20 N   C   City of Yuba City
3603
       4700569   001   20 N   P   Willow Creek School
3604
       2100581   001   20 N   N   HOG ISLAND OYSTER CO.
3605
       1700668   001   20 N   N   Maharishi Vedic School
3606
       2300506   003   15 N   C   Meadow Estates Mutual
3607
       1610006   004   15 N   C   Stratford PUD
3608
       2710013   001   15 N   C   CWSC Las Lomas
3609
       3510004   001   15 N   C   Aromas Water District
3610
       0610004   008   15 N   C   City of Williams
3611
       2410006   002   15 N   C   DELHI CWD
3612
       1510003   003   15 N   C   CWS - Bakersfield
3613
       4901170   001   15 N   P   New Directions Adolescent Services
3614
       1503145   002   10 N   C   BERRENDA MESA WATER DISTRICT, DOM SYSTEM
3615
       4000670   001   10 N   C   WALNUT HILLS MUTUAL WATER CO
3616
       1503329   001   10 N   C   Hart Creek Estates Mutual Water Co.
3617
       2701676   001   10 N   C   SAN LUCAS WD
3618
       0400012   001   10 N   C   FARM LABOR HOUSING
3619
       1910018   007   10 N   C   Bellflower Municipal Water System
3620
       1610005   004   10 N   C   Lemoore, City Of
3621
       3310044   005   10 N   C   Rubidoux Community SD
3622
       5610011   010   10 N   C   Santa Paula Water System
3623
       1910047   001   10 N   C   HAWTHORNE-CITY WATER DEPT.
3624
       3610038   007   10 N   C   RIALTO-CITY
3625
       3310009   006   10 N   C   Eastern Municipal WD
3626
       3701747   001    5N    C   NORTH PEAK MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
3627
       3700074   001    5N    C   CUYAMACA WATER DISTRICT
3628
       4000507   001    5N    C   GARDEN FARMS C.W.D.
3629
       2710022   001   5N   C   Cal Am Water Company - Hidden Hills
3630
       4410018   001   5N   C   Central Water District
3631
       1910098   006   5N   C   GSWC - NORWALK
3632
       3010022   002   5N   C   Golden State WC - West Orange
3633
       3410001   026   5N   C   Sacramento Suburban Water District
3634
       3901075   001   0N   C   FAIRWAY ESTATES PWS CSA-18
3635
       2100565   002   0N   C   GREEN GULCH FARM
3636
       2702140   001   0N   C   WOODSIDE WA
3637
       0300019   003   0N   C   FIDDLETOWN COMMUNITY SERVICE
3638
       3901303   002   0N   C   ACAMPO WATER SYSTEM
3639
       3701961   001   0N   C   PINE VALLEY TRAILER PARK
3640
       2700702   002   0N   C   PRUNEDALE MWC
3641
       3702354   001   0N   C   WARNER SPRINGS ESTATES
3642
       3901348   001   0N   C   FAIROAKS PWS #44
3643
       2110005   007   0N   C   Bolinas Community PUD
3644
       5610015   001   0N   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 19 - SOMIS
3645
       2410003   001   0N   C   GUSTINE CITY
3646
       4110010   043   0N   C   Montara Water and Sanitary District
3647
       3310800   002   0N   C   California Rehabilitation Center - Norco
3648
       2710020   001   0N   C   Pajaro Community Services District
3649
       3410033   004   0N   C   Florin County Water District
3650
       3410033   005   0N   C   Florin County Water District
3651
       1910160   008   0N   C   TRACT 349 MUTUAL WATER CO.
3652
       3410002   002   0N   C   SCWA - Arden Park Vista
3653
       3410002   001   0N   C   SCWA - Arden Park Vista
3654
       3410002   003   0N   C   SCWA - Arden Park Vista
3655
       1910028   005   0N   C   CRESCENTA VALLEY CWD
3656
       4110023   006   0N   C   City of San Bruno
3657
       5610019   002   0N   C   CAMARILLO WATER DEPT
3658
       5710001   006   0N   C   City of Davis
3659
       5710001   005   0N     C   City of Davis
3660
       4210011   001   0N     C   SANTA MARIA WATER DEPARTMENT
3661
       4210004   018   0N     C   GOLETA WATER DISRICT
3662
       4310012   003   0N     C   City of Santa Clara
3663
       5610017   014   0N     C   VENTURA WATER DEPARTMENT
3664
       1910213   003   0N     C   TORRANCE-CITY, WATER DEPT.
3665
       3010053   011   0N     C   City of Huntington Beach
3666
       3010053   010   0N     C   City of Huntington Beach
3667
       3400248   001   0N     P   FRANKLIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
3668
       4900703   001   0N     P   Oak Grove School
3669
       4900710   001   0N     P   Twin Hills School Dist-Apple Blossom Sch
3670
       4900707   001   0N     P   Twin Hills School Dist-Twin Hills School
3671
       1500296   001   45 O   C   FULLER ACRES MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
3672
       5510013   001   40 O   C   TUD - Columbia Water System
3673
       5510013   006   40 O   C   TUD - Columbia Water System
3674
       5510013   002   40 O   C   TUD - Columbia Water System
3675
       2400176   001   40 O   P   ST. PAUL S LUTHERAN DAY CARE
3676
       2400148   001   40 O   P   Merced Adventist church Water Syst.
3677
       4500104   001   35 O   C   SUNRISE MOBILEHOME PARK
3678
       1500579   001   35 O   C   LIFE WATER CO-OP
3679
       1710007   001   35 O   C   Kelseyville Co Waterworks District 3
3680
       1410001   004   35 O   C   CITY OF BISHOP
3681
       2400066   001   35 O   P   PLANADA SCHOOL
3682
       5400692   001   35 O   N   GARDEN INN
3683
       2400194   001   35 O   S   Oasis Ranch
3684
       5400545   001   30 O   C   NORSEMAN M.H.P.
3685
       1500555   002   30 O   C   MUSTANG MUTUAL WATER SYSTEM
3686
       2700773   002   30 O   C   Sunny Mesa Water System
3687
       5510002   003   30 O   C   TUD - Ponderosa
3688
       5610021   003   30 O   C   WARRING WATER SERVICE INC
3689
       5510010   004   30 O   C   TUD - Crystal Falls Water System
3690
       5301201   001   25 O   C   Seymour's Mutual Water System
3691
       1500449   001   25 O   C   FOURTH STREET WATER SYSTEM
3692
       1500449   003   25 O   C   FOURTH STREET WATER SYSTEM
3693
       1502465   001   25 O   C   PANAMA ROAD PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOC
3694
       1000057   002   25 O   C   WATERTEK-METROPOLITAN
3695
       1500324   001   25 O   C   Wonder Acres Water System
3696
       3700937   002   25 O   C   LAZY H MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
3697
       1503145   001   25 O   C   BERRENDA MESA WATER DISTRICT, DOM SYSTEM
3698
       1500336   002   25 O   C   BURLANDO HEIGHTS MUTUAL WATER CO.
3699
       1502653   001   25 O   C   BELLA VISTA MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
3700
       3900927   001   25 O   C   SPRING CREEK ESTATES PWS
3701
       0800557   001   25 O   C   Hunter Valley CSD
3702
       1502670   001   25 O   C   Fairview Water Company, LLC
3703
       1500252   001   25 O   C   KERN VALLEY MUTUAL WATER
3704
       4700546   001   25 O   C   Cal Ore Trail Mobile Estates
3705
       1000018   001   25 O   C   EASTON ESTATES WATER COMPANY
3706
       4900584   002   25 O   C   Timber Cove County Water District
3707
       4900584   001   25 O   C   Timber Cove County Water District
3708
       1000430   001   25 O   C   COUNTRY VIEW ALZHEIMER CENTER
3709
       3103310   001   25 O   C   EMIGRANT GAP MUTUAL WATER CO.
3710
       3810003   001   25 O   C   HHW&P Moccasin Compound-SFPUC
3711
       1200671   005   25 O   C   Benbow W.C.
3712
       3600400   002   25 O   C   Apple Valley Village MH Est
3713
       3600400   003   25 O   C   Apple Valley Village MH Est
3714
       3600297   003   25 O   C   Gordon Acres (Stewart WC)
3715
       4600018   003   25 O   C   Sierraville P.U.D.
3716
       1700546   002   25 O   C   Clearwater Mutual Water Company
3717
       3600156   001   25 O   C   Lucerne Valley MWC
3718
       3600156   002   25 O   C   Lucerne Valley MWC
3719
       1500542   001   25 O   C   WILLOW SPRINGS MOBILE HOME PARK
3720
       1500251   001   25 O   C   RIVERKERN MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
3721
       5410007   001   25 O   C   LSID - Tonyville
3722
       1300616   001   25 O   C   PALO VERDE COUNTY WATER DIST.
3723
       1500406   003   25 O   C   TRADEWIND WATER ASSOC.
3724
       1500406   001   25 O   C   TRADEWIND WATER ASSOC.
3725
       3610110   003   25 O   C   ARROWBEAR PARK CWD
3726
       3610110   004   25 O   C   ARROWBEAR PARK CWD
3727
       1500290   003   25 O   C   EDGEMONT ACRES MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
3728
       1500290   002   25 O   C   EDGEMONT ACRES MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
3729
       3200104   002   25 O   C   Grizzly Lake RID-Delleker
3730
       3200104   003   25 O   C   Grizzly Lake RID-Delleker
3731
       5400792   004   25 O   C   WOODVILLE FARM LABOR CENTER
3732
       3600086   001   25 O   C   Daggett Comm Svcs Dist
3733
       3600139   003   25 O   C   Jubilee MWC
3734
       3110024   001   25 O   C   Placer CWA - Alta
3735
       1710018   001   25 O   C   Lake County CSA 2 - Spring Valley
3736
       1010020   003   25 O   C   Laton Community Services District
3737
       1610009   007   25 O   C   Kettleman City CSD
3738
       1610009   001   25 O   C   Kettleman City CSD
3739
       1210022   007   25 O   C   Resort Imprvmt. Dist. #1
3740
       1210022   004   25 O   C   Resort Imprvmt. Dist. #1
3741
       1210008   008   25 O   C   Garberville Sanitary District
3742
       1210022   010   25 O   C   Resort Imprvmt. Dist. #1
3743
       5510003   006   25 O   C   TUD - Tuolumne City Water System
3744
       1610007   001   25 O   C   Home Garden CSD
3745
       5410012   003   25 O   C   Strathmore Public Util Dist
3746
       5410026   001   25 O   C   Poplar Comm Service Dist
3747
       3310047   002   25 O   C   Cabazon Water District
3748
       4710013   001   25 O   C   Lake Shastina C.S.D
3749
       1310008   002   25 O   C   Westmorland, City of
3750
       1710001   008   25 O   C   Clearlake Oaks County Water District
3751
       1710001   010   25 O   C   Clearlake Oaks County Water District
3752
       1710008   001   25 O   C   Nice Mutual Water Company
3753
       1710008   004   25 O   C   Nice Mutual Water Company
3754
       1510009   002   25 O   C   ERSKINE CREEK WC
3755
       1710008   003   25 O   C   Nice Mutual Water Company
3756
       5410009   007   25 O   C   Pixley Public Util Dist
3757
       4710008   001   25 O   C   City of Mt. Shasta
3758
       1410001   002   25 O   C   CITY OF BISHOP
3759
       1710006   003   25 O   C   Konocti County Water District
3760
       2910001   006   25 O   C   City of Grass Valley
3761
       0410004   001   25 O   C   City of Gridley
3762
       1110001   002   25 O   C   City of Orland
3763
       1110003   001   25 O   C   Cal-Water Service Co.-Willows
3764
       5110001   016   25 O   C   City of Live Oak
3765
       5110001   013   25 O   C   City of Live Oak
3766
       5110001   015   25 O   C   City of Live Oak
3767
       5110001   017   25 O   C   City of Live Oak
3768
       1510041   005   25 O   C   North of the River MWD
3769
       1710002   005   25 O   C   Golden State Water Co.-Clearlake System
3770
       1710002   002   25 O   C   Golden State Water Co.-Clearlake System
3771
       3610032   001   25 O   C   NEEDLES, CITY OF
3772
       3610025   007   25 O   C   JOSHUA BASIN CWD
3773
       3610025   001   25 O   C   JOSHUA BASIN CWD
3774
       3610025   005   25 O   C   JOSHUA BASIN CWD
3775
       3610025   009   25 O   C   JOSHUA BASIN CWD
3776
       3610025   008   25 O   C   JOSHUA BASIN CWD
3777
       0410005   001   25 O   C   Cal-Water Service Co.-Oroville
3778
       0410005   002   25 O   C   Cal-Water Service Co.-Oroville
3779
       5810002   001   25 O   C   Linda County Water District
3780
       4510001   001   25 O   C   City of Anderson
3781
       1510013   003   25 O   C   City of McFarland
3782
       1210001   002   25 O   C   City of Arcata
3783
       1210001   006   25 O   C   City of Arcata
3784
       3310016   011   25 O   C   Hemet, City of
3785
       1610004   007   25 O   C   Corcoran, City of
3786
       1610004   004   25 O   C   Corcoran, City of
3787
       2710017   003   25 O   C   Marina Coast Water District
3788
       2710017   006   25 O   C   Marina Coast Water District
3789
       2710017   002   25 O   C   Marina Coast Water District
3790
       2710017   001   25 O   C   Marina Coast Water District
3791
       3310008   006   25 O   C   Mission Springs WD
3792
       3310049   004   25 O   C   Western MWD
3793
       3610039   014   25 O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
3794
       3610039   013   25 O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
3795
       3610039   009   25 O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
3796
       3610039   011   25 O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
3797
       3610039   016   25 O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
3798
       3610039   015   25 O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
3799
       3610039   001   25 O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
3800
       3610039   003   25 O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
3801
       1200817   001   25 O   P   Kneeland School
3802
       1200684   002   25 O   P   Mattole Elementary School
3803
       1200546   002   25 O   P   Casterlin School
3804
       2300785   002   25 O   P   Leggett Valley School
3805
       3600602   001   25 O   P   Alpine Covenant Conf. Centre
3806
       4400725   001   25 O   P   COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS
3807
       3810006   001   25 O   N   HHW&P-Early Intake Cpd-SFPUC
3808
       3810005   001   25 O   N   HHW&P-O'Shaughnessy Dam Cpd-SFPUC
3809
       3200154   001   25 O   N   FRCCSD - TWAIN
3810
       1000094   001   25 O   N   FCPG/KEARNEY PARK
3811
       3200155   001   20 O   C   FRCCSD - HOT SPRINGS CSD
3812
       3200114   001   20 O   C   Evergreen Motel & Trailer Park
3813
       0202503   001   20 O   C   WOODFORDS MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
3814
       3900517   001   20 O   C   ALMOND PARK WATER SYSTEM
3815
       3900569   001   20 O   C   EL RIO MOBILE HOME PARK
3816
       1800524   001   20 O   C   Lassen Mobile Home Park
3817
       1500540   003   20 O   C   PINON HILL WATER COMPANY
3818
       1500434   001   20 O   C   BISHOP ACRES MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
3819
       0400023   001   20 O   C   GOLDEN OAKS MOBILE ESTATES
3820
       1100405   001   20 O   C   Black Butte Mobile H.P.
3821
       1502247   003   20 O   C   DESERT BREEZE MOBILE HOME ESTATES
3822
       0400016   004   20 O   C   BERRY CREEK COMMUNITY SER DIST
3823
       1500252   002   20 O   C   KERN VALLEY MUTUAL WATER
3824
       3901113   001   20 O   C   WALNUT ACRES
3825
       3900512   001   20 O   C   MORADA ACRES WATER SYSTEM
3826
       3900523   001   20 O   C   MORADA MANOR WATER SYSTEM
3827
       4900788   001   20 O   C   El Crystal Mobile Home Park
3828
       1100237   001   20 O   C   Willow Glenn Mobile H.P.
3829
       3301018   001   20 O   C   ANZA PINES MOBILE HOME PARK
3830
       3900722   001   20 O   C   MORADA ESTATES PWS
3831
       2700772   002   20 O   C   STRUVE RD WS #02
3832
       1500575   002   20 O   C   SAN JOAQUIN ESTATES MUTUAL
3833
       4500014   002   20 O   C   LAKESHORE HEIGHTS MUTUAL WATER
3834
       5100109   001   20 O   C   Wildwood Mutual Water Company
3835
       4100582   001   20 O   C   COUNTY SERVICE AREA 11
3836
       3200188   003   20 O   C   Greenhorn Creek Services District
3837
       3400106   002   20 O   C   MSA: EAST WALNUT GROVE PWS
3838
       3400106   001   20 O   C   MSA: EAST WALNUT GROVE PWS
3839
       1100616   004   20 O   C   Elk Creek Community S.D.
3840
       1100616   003   20 O   C   Elk Creek Community S.D.
3841
       5400710   001   20 O   C   BADGER HILL ESTATES
3842
       1700526   001   20 O   C   Pine Grove Water System
3843
       1700554   007   20 O   C   Lake County CSA 13 - Kono Tayee
3844
       1200553   007   20 O   C   Weott C.S.D.
3845
       1200553   009   20 O   C   Weott C.S.D.
3846
       1200553   008   20 O   C   Weott C.S.D.
3847
       0800532   004   20 O   C   Big Rock C.S.D.
3848
       0800532   003   20 O   C   Big Rock C.S.D.
3849
       0800532   005   20 O   C   Big Rock C.S.D.
3850
       2310013   007   20 O   C   Point Arena Water Works
3851
       4500195   004   20 O   C   STARLITE PINES MUTUAL WATER CO INC
3852
       3410047   001   20 O   C   CalAm - Walnut Grove
3853
       4710004   001   20 O   C   City of Etna
3854
       5010007   003   20 O   C   Hillsview Homes
3855
       5400542   004   20 O   C   DUCOR CSD
3856
       1010042   003   20 O   C   MALAGA COUNTY WATER DISTRICT
3857
       4910003   002   20 O   C   Penngrove Water Company (PUC)
3858
       1710022   002   20 O   C   Lake County CSA 20 - Soda Bay
3859
       1710022   004   20 O   C   Lake County CSA 20 - Soda Bay
3860
       1710022   003   20 O   C   Lake County CSA 20 - Soda Bay
3861
       4710002   002   20 O   C   City of Dunsmuir
3862
       2210001   001   20 O   C   MARIPOSA PUBLIC UTILITY DIST
3863
       1710012   001   20 O   C   Cobb Area County Water District
3864
       0810002   002   20 O   C   Smith River C.S.D.
3865
       1710021   004   20 O   C   Lake County CSA 21 - North Lakeport
3866
       1710021   003   20 O   C   Lake County CSA 21 - North Lakeport
3867
       3610002   001   20 O   C   ALPINE WATER USERS ASSOCIATION
3868
       1610001   003   20 O   C   Armona Community Services Dist
3869
       0510003   007   20 O   C   Angels, City of
3870
       1310003   004   20 O   C   GSWC, Calipatria
3871
       2410002   004   20 O   C   DOS PALOS-CITY
3872
       1710004   008   20 O   C   Lakeport, City of
3873
       1710004   001   20 O   C   Lakeport, City of
3874
       1710004   007   20 O   C   Lakeport, City of
3875
       1710004   006   20 O   C   Lakeport, City of
3876
       1310005   001   20 O   C   Holtville, City of
3877
       1510020   007   20 O   C   TEHACHAPI, CITY OF
3878
       1510020   006   20 O   C   TEHACHAPI, CITY OF
3879
       1910160   005   20 O   C   TRACT 349 MUTUAL WATER CO.
3880
       1910160   001   20 O   C   TRACT 349 MUTUAL WATER CO.
3881
       4210020   007   20 O   C   Santa Ynez River Water Cons. Dist. ID#1
3882
       5510001   005   20 O   C   TUD - Sonora/Jamestown Water System
3883
       5210004   007   20 O   C   City of Red Bluff
3884
       1210016   006   20 O   C   McKinleyville C.S.D.
3885
       1510019   002   20 O   C   Shafter, City of
3886
       1910169   003   20 O   C   WALNUT PARK MUTUAL WATER CO.
3887
       1610002   005   20 O   C   Avenal, City of
3888
       3610001   001   20 O   C   CITY OF ADELANTO
3889
       3610001   002   20 O   C   CITY OF ADELANTO
3890
       3610073   001   20 O   C   HI DESERT WD
3891
       1010024   002   20 O   C   CWS - Selma
3892
       1910011   009   20 O   C   GSWC - BELL, BELL GARDENS
3893
       1510006   006   20 O   C   East Niles CSD
3894
       2710001   001   20 O   C   Alco Water Service
3895
       0710004   019   20 O   C   City of Brentwood
3896
       0710004   012   20 O   C   City of Brentwood
3897
       0710004   015   20 O   C   City of Brentwood
3898
       0710004   005   20 O   C   City of Brentwood
3899
       0710004   014   20 O   C   City of Brentwood
3900
       0710004   007   20 O   C   City of Brentwood
3901
       5110002   027   20 O   C   City of Yuba City
3902
       5110002   017   20 O   C   City of Yuba City
3903
       5110002   018   20 O   C   City of Yuba City
3904
       5110002   021   20 O   C   City of Yuba City
3905
       5110002   022   20 O   C   City of Yuba City
3906
       5110002   031   20 O   C   City of Yuba City
3907
       5110002   020   20 O   C   City of Yuba City
3908
       5110002   032   20 O   C   City of Yuba City
3909
       0410002   001   20 O   C   Cal-Water Service Co.-Chico
3910
       1910036   008   20 O   C   CALIFORNIA WATER SERVICE CO. - ELA
3911
       3610039   035   20 O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
3912
       2500514   001   20 O   P   MJUSD-South Fork Elementary School
3913
       1503256   001   20 O   P   KIDS KOUNTRY PRESCHOOL
3914
       1300556   001   20 O   P   MULBERRY UNION SCHOOL
3915
       1502753   001   20 O   P   TEHACHAPI CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
3916
       2100538   002   20 O   P   TOMALES HIGH SCHOOL
3917
       3600602   002   20 O   P   Alpine Covenant Conf. Centre
3918
       4900694   001   20 O   P   Wright Elementary School
3919
       1000105   002   20 O   P   MADISON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
3920
       1300549   001   20 O   P   IMPERIAL VALLEY COLLEGE
3921
       4100536   001   20 O   N   SAN MATEO COUNTY MEMORIAL PARK
3922
       2700558   001   20 O   N   PENTECOSTAL CHURCH WS
3923
       0202519   001   20 O   N   TURTLE ROCK COUNTY PARK
3924
       3301946   001   20 O   N   COUNTRY CORNERS
3925
       4700517   001   20 O   N   Sawyers Bar County Water District
3926
       3400359   001   20 O   N   HAMILTON STREET PARK
3927
       3600409   001   20 O   N   Barstow Calico KOA
3928
       1510040   001   15 O   C   Kern County Water Agency
3929
       1500344   001   15 O   C   SOUTH KERN MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
3930
       5301104   001   15 O   C   Covington Mill MWC-Division B
3931
       2300506   002   15 O   C   Meadow Estates Mutual
3932
       1000004   001   15 O   C   BELMONT WATER CORPORATION
3933
       4700803   001   15 O   C   Shadow Mountain MHP
3934
       3700422   001   15 O   C   STUART WATER COMPANY
3935
       3210002   002   15 O   C   Plumas County Flood Control
3936
       0300019   001   15 O   C   FIDDLETOWN COMMUNITY SERVICE
3937
       4900603   001   15 O   C   Riebli Mutual Water Company
3938
       5400805   001   15 O   C   SOULTS MUTUAL WATER CO.
3939
       0500019   001   15 O   C   MINERAL MOUNTAIN MUTUAL WATER
3940
       0500019   004   15 O   C   MINERAL MOUNTAIN MUTUAL WATER
3941
       0500019   003   15 O   C   MINERAL MOUNTAIN MUTUAL WATER
3942
       5500042   001   15 O   C   BELLEVIEW OAKS MUTUAL WATER CO
3943
       5400881   001   15 O   C   SUNRISE MUTUAL WATER CO.
3944
       1000005   002   15 O   C   BIG CREEK COMMUNITY SERV DIST
3945
       2701068   001   15 O   C   IVERSON & JACKS APTS WS
3946
       2900530   001   15 O   C   ROUGH & READY MHP WATER SYSTEM
3947
       0600005   003   15 O   C   Colusa Co. Service Area #2-Stonyford
3948
       4600018   006   15 O   C   Sierraville P.U.D.
3949
       1100404   001   15 O   C   Black Butte Water Co.
3950
       0910007   002   15 O   C   Lukins Brothers Water Company
3951
       0910007   004   15 O   C   Lukins Brothers Water Company
3952
       0310015   001   15 O   C   Rabb Park Community Ser. Dist.
3953
       1400005   002   15 O   C   Owens Valley Water Company
3954
       2000293   001   15 O   C   MD#46 AHWAHNEE RESORTS
3955
       1400005   003   15 O   C   Owens Valley Water Company
3956
       3301630   002   15 O   C   Blythe - Hidden Beaches
3957
       2300591   003   15 O   C   Pine Mountain Mutual Water Co.
3958
       2300591   002   15 O   C   Pine Mountain Mutual Water Co.
3959
       3900831   002   15 O   C   ARBOR MOBILE HOME PARK
3960
       4000568   001   15 O   C   SAN SIMEON CSD
3961
       4000568   003   15 O   C   SAN SIMEON CSD
3962
       4000568   004   15 O   C   SAN SIMEON CSD
3963
       4210009   003   15 O   C   Cuyama Community Services District
3964
       1510051   007   15 O   C   LEBEC COUNTY WATER DISTRICT
3965
       2310010   002   15 O   C   Hopland Public Utility District
3966
       2310010   003   15 O   C   Hopland Public Utility District
3967
       1910050   001   15 O   C   COMMERCE-CITY, WATER DEPT.
3968
       5410033   001   15 O   C   Pratt Mutual Water Co
3969
       1710010   004   15 O   C   Lower Lake County Water District
3970
       1010039   004   15 O   C   Caruthers Comm Serv Dist
3971
       4510002   004   15 O   C   Mountain Gate C.S.D.
3972
       4510002   001   15 O   C   Mountain Gate C.S.D.
3973
       3710036   002   15 O   C   Borrego WD
3974
       3710036   006   15 O   C   Borrego WD
3975
       2910002   006   15 O   C   City of Nevada City
3976
       5510012   010   15 O   C   TUD - Upper Basin Water System
3977
       5310001   004   15 O   C   Weaverville C.S.D.
3978
       5310001   006   15 O   C   Weaverville C.S.D.
3979
       2310009   002   15 O   C   Brooktrails Township CSD
3980
       3410045   001   15 O   C   CalAm - Arden
3981
       0910003   007   15 O   C   Placerville, City of - Main
3982
       0910003   006   15 O   C   Placerville, City of - Main
3983
       0610004   006   15 O   C   City of Williams
3984
       0610004   007   15 O   C   City of Williams
3985
       0610004   005   15 O   C   City of Williams
3986
       3110003   001   15 O   C   Foresthill Public Utility Dist
3987
       2310006   001   15 O   C   Millview County Water District
3988
       2410006   003   15 O   C   DELHI CWD
3989
       2310001   002   15 O   C   Fort Bragg, City of
3990
       3610053   001   15 O   C   WESTERN HEIGHTS WATER COMPANY
3991
       1510041   001   15 O   C   North of the River MWD
3992
       4010005   001   15 O   C   OCEANO COMM SERVICES DIST.
3993
       3610044   003   15 O   C   DWP - BIG BEAR LAKE/MOONRIDGE
3994
       4010011   008   15 O   C   MORRO BAY WATER DEPARTMENT
3995
       2910006   002   15 O   C   Nevada ID - Loma Rica
3996
       2910006   004   15 O   C   Nevada ID - Loma Rica
3997
       2910006   006   15 O   C   Nevada ID - Loma Rica
3998
       2910006   007   15 O   C   Nevada ID - Loma Rica
3999
       2910006   009   15 O   C   Nevada ID - Loma Rica
4000
       2910006   003   15 O   C   Nevada ID - Loma Rica
4001
       2910006   005   15 O   C   Nevada ID - Loma Rica
4002
       2910004   003   15 O   C   Nevada ID - E. George, Banner Mountain
4003
       2910004   004   15 O   C   Nevada ID - E. George, Banner Mountain
4004
       2910004   013   15 O   C   Nevada ID - E. George, Banner Mountain
4005
       2710009   002   15 O   C   CWSC King City
4006
       3410704   005   15 O   C   SCWA Mather-Sunrise
4007
       3410704   002   15 O   C   SCWA Mather-Sunrise
4008
       3410704   001   15 O   C   SCWA Mather-Sunrise
4009
       3410704   015   15 O   C   SCWA Mather-Sunrise
4010
       1510021   005   15 O   C   Wasco, City of
4011
       5010018   001   15 O   C   Riverbank, City of
4012
       1010024   003   15 O   C   CWS - Selma
4013
       3610008   007   15 O   C   BIG BEAR CITY CSD
4014
       3610055   013   15 O   C   YUCAIPA VALLEY WD ID-A&2
4015
       3610055   006   15 O   C   YUCAIPA VALLEY WD ID-A&2
4016
       1610003   001   15 O   C   Hanford, City of
4017
       1910105   002   15 O   C   PARAMOUNT - CITY, WATER DEPT.
4018
       1910146   002   15 O   C   SANTA MONICA-CITY, WATER DIVISION
4019
       1910146   006   15 O   C   SANTA MONICA-CITY, WATER DIVISION
4020
       4510005   003   15 O   C   City of Redding
4021
       4510005   002   15 O   C   City of Redding
4022
       4510005   010   15 O   C   City of Redding
4023
       4510005   004   15 O   C   City of Redding
4024
       1910152   005   15 O   C   SOUTH GATE-CITY, WATER DEPT.
4025
       1910152   001   15 O   C   SOUTH GATE-CITY, WATER DEPT.
4026
       1910152   004   15 O   C   SOUTH GATE-CITY, WATER DEPT.
4027
       1910051   003   15 O   C   INGLEWOOD- CITY, WATER DEPT.
4028
       1910034   007   15 O   C   DOWNEY - CITY, WATER DEPT.
4029
       5410016   003   15 O   C   CWS - Visalia
4030
       1910070   008   15 O   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
4031
       1910070   007   15 O   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
4032
       1910070   009   15 O   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
4033
       3410001   002   15 O   C   Sacramento Suburban Water District
4034
       1510003   001   15 O   C   CWS - Bakersfield
4035
       1510003   002   15 O   C   CWS - Bakersfield
4036
       3310001   001   15 O   C   Coachella VWD: Cove Community
4037
       1010007   001   15 O   C   FRESNO, CITY OF
4038
       1010007   005   15 O   C   FRESNO, CITY OF
4039
       1910067   028   15 O   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT. OF WATER & POWER
4040
       1910067   025   15 O   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT. OF WATER & POWER
4041
       1910067   029   15 O   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT. OF WATER & POWER
4042
       1910067   027   15 O   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT. OF WATER & POWER
4043
       1910067   020   15 O   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT. OF WATER & POWER
4044
       1910067   024   15 O   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT. OF WATER & POWER
4045
       1910067   023   15 O   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT. OF WATER & POWER
4046
       1910067   026   15 O   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT. OF WATER & POWER
4047
       2400065   001   15 O   P   PLAINSBURG ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
4048
       0600041   002   15 O   P   Fouts Springs Youth Facility
4049
       2400097   001   15 O   P   CRESSEY SCHOOL
4050
       5100143   001   15 O   P   Pleasant Grove Elem. School
4051
       1800573   001   15 O   P   Richmond Elementary School
4052
       3400104   001   15 O   P   CAVANAUGH GOLF COURSE
4053
       5000101   001   15 O   P   CHATOM SCHOOL (EH)
4054
       1300554   001   15 O   P   MEADOWS UNION SCHOOL
4055
       3301557   001   15 O   N   EOC WELL - PALM SPRINGS
4056
       2600503   001   15 O   N   CROWLEY LAKE CAMPLAND
4057
       5000164   001   15 O   N   MODESTO RESERVOIR
4058
       4500283   001   15 O   N   Caltrans-Hillcrest SRRA
4059
       5610046   002   10 O   C   UNITED WTR CONS DIST
4060
       1510040   004   10 O   C   Kern County Water Agency
4061
       4010022   006   10 O   C   LOPEZ PROJECT
4062
       3610006   001   10 O   C   WATER FACILITIES AUTHORITY-JPA
4063
       4010022   007   10 O   C   LOPEZ PROJECT
4064
       4010022   009   10 O   C   LOPEZ PROJECT
4065
       4010022   005   10 O   C   LOPEZ PROJECT
4066
       3600175   002   10 O   C   Barstow Dagget Airport
4067
       5000092   001   10 O   C   OID #49 - GILBERT
4068
       5800821   001   10 O   C   NICHOLS POINT MOBILE HOME PK
4069
       3400130   002   10 O   C   GREGG WATER CO
4070
       1500455   003   10 O   C   WILLIAM FISHER MEMORIAL WATER COMPANY
4071
       1000060   001   10 O   C   MUSICK MEADOWS #1
4072
       2702073   002   10 O   C   SAN MIGUEL WS #22
4073
       1500585   001   10 O   C   OASIS PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION
4074
       1500585   002   10 O   C   OASIS PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION
4075
       5602116   001   10 O   C   SILVER WHEEL TRAILER PARK
4076
       5400940   002   10 O   C   SIERRA KING HOMEOWNERS ASSN
4077
       0500019   005   10 O   C   MINERAL MOUNTAIN MUTUAL WATER
4078
       2701046   001   10 O   C   VILLA CASA APARTMENTS WS
4079
       5000013   001   10 O   C   OID #45 - LOUIS MEYER
4080
       5000016   001   10 O   C   OID #41 - MOUNTAIN VIEW
4081
       3301541   002   10 O   C   Reche Canyon MWC
4082
       5000015   001   10 O   C   OID #22 - WILLIAMS TRACT
4083
       0800556   001   10 O   C   HRC C.S.D.
4084
       5000015   002   10 O   C   OID #22 - WILLIAMS TRACT
4085
       3301541   001   10 O   C   Reche Canyon MWC
4086
       5000237   001   10 O   C   NORTH OAKS MUTUAL WATER CO
4087
       4200842   001   10 O   C   SAINT MARIE MOBILE HOME PARK
4088
       5000014   002   10 O   C   OID #46 - SUNSET OAKS
4089
       5000014   001   10 O   C   OID #46 - SUNSET OAKS
4090
       5000317   001   10 O   C   OID #51 - SUNSET OAKS #10
4091
       3610017   005   10 O   C   HAVASU WC
4092
       3610017   003   10 O   C   HAVASU WC
4093
       5700712   001   10 O   C   DUNNIGAN WATER WORKS
4094
       5010026   009   10 O   C   City of Modesto, DE Hickman
4095
       1510052   001   10 O   C   NORTH EDWARDS WD
4096
       3600220   006   10 O   C   CSA 42 Oro Grande
4097
       3600220   002   10 O   C   CSA 42 Oro Grande
4098
       5010033   002   10 O   C   City of Modesto, DE Grayson
4099
       5000433   001   10 O   C   OID-OAKDALE RURAL WATER SYSTEM #1
4100
       1010020   004   10 O   C   Laton Community Services District
4101
       3610007   003   10 O   C   BASELINE GARDENS MWC
4102
       3310013   005   10 O   C   Elsinore WD - Country Club
4103
       3610060   001   10 O   C   SBDNO COUNTY SERVICE AREA W-1
4104
       1210020   004   10 O   C   Fieldbrook Glendale C.S.D.
4105
       5610021   002   10 O   C   WARRING WATER SERVICE INC
4106
       4010023   003   10 O   C   Golden State Water Company - Edna
4107
       4010023   004   10 O   C   Golden State Water Company - Edna
4108
       5710007   004   10 O   C   Esparto C.S.D.
4109
       1010039   010   10 O   C   Caruthers Comm Serv Dist
4110
       1510007   002   10 O   C   FRAZIER PARK PUD
4111
       5010039   001   10 O   C   WESTERN HILLS WATER DISTRICT/DIABLO GRAN
4112
       4910028   007   10 O   C   Sweetwater Springs CWD - Monte Rio
4113
       4010901   002   10 O   C   SLOCSA #10A - Cayucos
4114
       4010901   001   10 O   C   SLOCSA #10A - Cayucos
4115
       2710018   004   10 O   C   Seaside Municipal Water System
4116
       5510008   001   10 O   C   LAKE DON PEDRO C S D
4117
       5510008   012   10 O   C   LAKE DON PEDRO C S D
4118
       1910117   004   10 O   C   MONTEBELLO-CITY, WATER DEPT.
4119
       5010009   002   10 O   C   Keyes Community Services Dist.
4120
       3610009   002   10 O   C   BIGHORN - DESERT VIEW WATER AGENCY
4121
       2410012   005   10 O   C   HILMAR COUNTY WATER DISTRICT
4122
       1910108   004   10 O   C   BELL GARDENS-CITY, WATER DEPT.
4123
       1910108   003   10 O   C   BELL GARDENS-CITY, WATER DEPT.
4124
       2810002   008   10 O   C   Calistoga, City of
4125
       2810002   007   10 O   C   Calistoga, City of
4126
       2810002   010   10 O   C   Calistoga, City of
4127
       0310003   004   10 O   C   ACWA Sutter Creek
4128
       1910018   004   10 O   C   Bellflower Municipal Water System
4129
       1910147   005   10 O   C   SATIVA-L.A. CWD
4130
       5710005   003   10 O   C   City of Winters
4131
       3610015   002   10 O   C   CRESTLINE VILLAGE CWD - DIVISION 10
4132
       4010017   003   10 O   C   Golden State Water Company - Los Osos
4133
       1510018   012   10 O   C   ROSAMOND CSD
4134
       1510053   002   10 O   C   ANTELOPE VALLEY E KERN WTR AGY
4135
       1510053   001   10 O   C   ANTELOPE VALLEY E KERN WTR AGY
4136
       2710011   003   10 O   C   Soledad, City of
4137
       1010004   003   10 O   C   Coalinga-City
4138
       3610013   001   10 O   C   CITY OF LOMA LINDA
4139
       3610013   002   10 O   C   CITY OF LOMA LINDA
4140
       1910022   005   10 O   C   CALIF STATE POLYTECHNICAL UNIV - POMONA
4141
       3610008   005   10 O   C   BIG BEAR CITY CSD
4142
       1910042   004   10 O   C   PICO RIVERA - CITY, WATER DEPT.
4143
       1910042   005   10 O   C   PICO RIVERA - CITY, WATER DEPT.
4144
       1910042   002   10 O   C   PICO RIVERA - CITY, WATER DEPT.
4145
       3610055   004   10 O   C   YUCAIPA VALLEY WD ID-A&2
4146
       5010028   004   10 O   C   Ceres, City of
4147
       3410017   010   10 O   C   CalAm - Parkway
4148
       3410017   006   10 O   C   CalAm - Parkway
4149
       3410017   001   10 O   C   CalAm - Parkway
4150
       3410017   004   10 O   C   CalAm - Parkway
4151
       3610038   008   10 O   C   RIALTO-CITY
4152
       3610029   025   10 O   C   MONTE VISTA CWD
4153
       3610029   024   10 O   C   MONTE VISTA CWD
4154
       3610029   014   10 O   C   MONTE VISTA CWD
4155
       3610029   023   10 O   C   MONTE VISTA CWD
4156
       3610014   007   10 O   C   CITY OF COLTON
4157
       3610014   006   10 O   C   CITY OF COLTON
4158
       3610014   004   10 O   C   CITY OF COLTON
4159
       3610014   001   10 O   C   CITY OF COLTON
4160
       3610014   005   10 O   C   CITY OF COLTON
4161
       3910004   001   10 O   C   Lodi, City of
4162
       3310021   010   10 O   C   Jurupa Community SD
4163
       3310021   012   10 O   C   Jurupa Community SD
4164
       3310021   009   10 O   C   Jurupa Community SD
4165
       5710001   001   10 O   C   City of Davis
4166
       5710001   003   10 O   C   City of Davis
4167
       1910079   002   10 O   C   LYNWOOD-CITY, WATER DEPT.
4168
       1910079   003   10 O   C   LYNWOOD-CITY, WATER DEPT.
4169
       1910001   007   10 O   C   City of Alhambra
4170
       3310012   012   10 O   C   Elsinore Valley MWD
4171
       3310012   015   10 O   C   Elsinore Valley MWD
4172
       3310012   014   10 O   C   Elsinore Valley MWD
4173
       1510031   001   10 O   C   Bakersfield, City of
4174
       5410016   002   10 O   C   CWS - Visalia
4175
       5410016   001   10 O   C   CWS - Visalia
4176
       3710006   007   10 O   C   Escondido, City of
4177
       3910001   002   10 O   C   California Water Service - Stockton
4178
       3010062   001   10 O   C   City of Garden Grove
4179
       3610039   036   10 O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
4180
       1910043   004   10 O   C   GLENDALE-CITY, WATER DEPT.
4181
       1510003   004   10 O   C   CWS - Bakersfield
4182
       5010010   014   10 O   C   Modesto, City of
4183
       5010010   012   10 O   C   Modesto, City of
4184
       5010010   010   10 O   C   Modesto, City of
4185
       3710010   003   10 O   C   Helix Water District
4186
       3710010   005   10 O   C   Helix Water District
4187
       3710010   002   10 O   C   Helix Water District
4188
       3310031   007   10 O   C   Riverside, City of
4189
       3310031   031   10 O   C   Riverside, City of
4190
       3310031   030   10 O   C   Riverside, City of
4191
       3310031   024   10 O   C   Riverside, City of
4192
       3310031   026   10 O   C   Riverside, City of
4193
       3310031   025   10 O   C   Riverside, City of
4194
       3310009   013   10 O   C   Eastern Municipal WD
4195
       3310009   019   10 O   C   Eastern Municipal WD
4196
       3310009   021   10 O   C   Eastern Municipal WD
4197
       3310009   020   10 O   C   Eastern Municipal WD
4198
       3310009   018   10 O   C   Eastern Municipal WD
4199
       3310009   017   10 O   C   Eastern Municipal WD
4200
       3310009   016   10 O   C   Eastern Municipal WD
4201
       3310009   005   10 O   C   Eastern Municipal WD
4202
       3310009   041   10 O   C   Eastern Municipal WD
4203
       3310009   051   10 O   C   Eastern Municipal WD
4204
       3310009   004   10 O   C   Eastern Municipal WD
4205
       3310009   046   10 O   C   Eastern Municipal WD
4206
       3310009   036   10 O   C   Eastern Municipal WD
4207
       3310009   014   10 O   C   Eastern Municipal WD
4208
       3310009   002   10 O   C   Eastern Municipal WD
4209
       3710042   006   10 O   C   San Diego County Water Authority
4210
       3710042   007   10 O   C   San Diego County Water Authority
4211
       3710042   004   10 O   C   San Diego County Water Authority
4212
       1910067   032   10 O   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT. OF WATER & POWER
4213
       1910067   035   10 O   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT. OF WATER & POWER
4214
       1900904   002   10 O   P   ACTON CONSERVATION CAMP # 11
4215
       1900007   003   10 O   P   CALIFORNIA CONSERVATION CAMP # 14
4216
       1000190   002   10 O   P   LONE STAR SCHOOL
4217
       1503140   001   10 O   P   FRAZIER MOUNTAIN HIGH SCHOOL
4218
       1503341   004   10 O   P   TEJON-CASTAIC WATER DISTRICT
4219
       1503341   003   10 O   P   TEJON-CASTAIC WATER DISTRICT
4220
       1503341   002   10 O   P   TEJON-CASTAIC WATER DISTRICT
4221
       1900764   003   10 O   N   HENNINGER FLATS
4222
       1900764   002   10 O   N   HENNINGER FLATS
4223
       3600193   001   10 O   N   Park Moabi
4224
       5000395   001   10 O   N   BASSO BRIDGE FISHING/BOATING ACCESS
4225
       5000165   001   10 O   N   WOODWARD RESERVOIR WATER SYSTEM
4226
       5000239   001   10 O   N   LA GRANGE PARK-OHV
4227
       3600707   001   10 O   N   Snow Summit Ski Corp
4228
       3600585   002   10 O   N   Thousand Pines Amer. Ctr.
4229
       1000058   003   10 O   N   MUSICK CREEK TRACT ASSOCIATION
4230
       1000058   004   10 O   N   MUSICK CREEK TRACT ASSOCIATION
4231
       1000058   002   10 O   N   MUSICK CREEK TRACT ASSOCIATION
4232
       3600756   001   10 O   N   Oak Glen Chstn Conf Centr
4233
       3600756   002   10 O   N   Oak Glen Chstn Conf Centr
4234
       0900112   001   5O     C   CANDLELIGHT VILLAGE WATER SYST
4235
       4900893   001   5O     C   West Water Company (PUC)
4236
       0707501   002   5O     C   ANGLER S RANCH #3
4237
       4200822   002   5O     C   SANTA RITA WATER CO
4238
       2701040   002   5O     C   MCCOY RD WS #05
4239
       1500540   001   5O     C   PINON HILL WATER COMPANY
4240
       1500447   002   5O     C   SIERRA BREEZE MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
4241
       4900611   001   5O     C   Rains Creek Water District
4242
       4400599   001   5O     C   SUNSET BEACH MUTUAL WATER CO
4243
       4400660   001   5O     C   RANCHO SAN ANDREAS
4244
       4200560   004   5O     C   CA CITIES WTR SISQUOC #1
4245
       5601117   008   5O     C   SENIOR CANYON MUTUAL WATER CO
4246
       5601117   004   5O     C   SENIOR CANYON MUTUAL WATER CO
4247
       5601117   003   5O     C   SENIOR CANYON MUTUAL WATER CO
4248
       5601117   002   5O     C   SENIOR CANYON MUTUAL WATER CO
4249
       4000568   008   5O     C   SAN SIMEON CSD
4250
       5700797   001   5O     C   MONROE/LEINBERGER CENTER
4251
       2800521   004   5O     C   CIRCLE WATER DISTRICT
4252
       4910020   003   5O     C   Sonoma County Water Agency
4253
       1900803   007   5O     C   El Dorado Mutual Water Co.
4254
       1900803   006   5O     C   El Dorado Mutual Water Co.
4255
       1900803   009   5O     C   El Dorado Mutual Water Co.
4256
       2910007   003   5O     C   Nevada ID - Cascade Shores
4257
       2910007   002   5O     C   Nevada ID - Cascade Shores
4258
       3910014   001   5O     C   San Joaquin County-Raymus Village
4259
       4210021   001   5O   C   Golden State Water Company - Tanglewood
4260
       4210021   002   5O   C   Golden State Water Company - Tanglewood
4261
       5610035   001   5O   C   RIO MANOR MUTUAL WATER CO
4262
       3310030   001   5O   C   Pine Cove Water District
4263
       5610035   002   5O   C   RIO MANOR MUTUAL WATER CO
4264
       1910035   005   5O   C   KINNELOA IRRIGATION DIST.
4265
       1910035   006   5O   C   KINNELOA IRRIGATION DIST.
4266
       1910035   003   5O   C   KINNELOA IRRIGATION DIST.
4267
       3710041   003   5O   C   Majestic Pines Community SD
4268
       3710041   002   5O   C   Majestic Pines Community SD
4269
       4110020   003   5O   C   Palo Alto Park Mutual Water Company
4270
       4110020   006   5O   C   Palo Alto Park Mutual Water Company
4271
       3910017   001   5O   C   San Joaquin County-Mokelumne Acres
4272
       0310003   009   5O   C   ACWA Sutter Creek
4273
       3110026   003   5O   C   Nevada ID - North Auburn
4274
       3110026   002   5O   C   Nevada ID - North Auburn
4275
       4010014   009   5O   C   CAMBRIA COMM SERVICES DIST
4276
       4010014   005   5O   C   CAMBRIA COMM SERVICES DIST
4277
       4010014   004   5O   C   CAMBRIA COMM SERVICES DIST
4278
       3610062   011   5O   C   RUNNING SPRINGS WATER DISTRICT
4279
       3610062   003   5O   C   RUNNING SPRINGS WATER DISTRICT
4280
       2610001   010   5O   C   MAMMOTH CWD
4281
       2610001   005   5O   C   MAMMOTH CWD
4282
       2610001   008   5O   C   MAMMOTH CWD
4283
       2610001   006   5O   C   MAMMOTH CWD
4284
       2610001   003   5O   C   MAMMOTH CWD
4285
       0310012   014   5O   C   ACWA Buckhorn Plant
4286
       0310012   011   5O   C   ACWA Buckhorn Plant
4287
       2910006   024   5O   C   Nevada ID - Loma Rica
4288
       2910006   023   5O   C   Nevada ID - Loma Rica
4289
       1910005   002   5O   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 40 Reg 38 Lake LA
4290
       2910004   009   5O   C   Nevada ID - E. George, Banner Mountain
4291
       3410018   013   5O   C   Rio Linda/Elverta Community Water Dist
4292
       3410704   016   5O   C   SCWA Mather-Sunrise
4293
       0710002   005   5O   C   Golden State Water Company - Bay Point
4294
       1910245   004   5O   C   SANTA FE SPRINGS - CITY, WATER DEPT.
4295
       1910245   001   5O   C   SANTA FE SPRINGS - CITY, WATER DEPT.
4296
       1910191   004   5O   C   NORWALK - CITY, WATER DEPT.
4297
       1910143   005   5O   C   SAN FERNANDO-CITY, WATER DEPT.
4298
       4910013   001   5O   C   Valley of the Moon Water District
4299
       3710026   007   5O   C   Valley Center MWD
4300
       3710026   006   5O   C   Valley Center MWD
4301
       1910077   004   5O   C   GSWC - FLORENCE/GRAHAM
4302
       3410010   008   5O   C   CalAm - Suburban
4303
       3410021   009   5O   C   San Juan Water District
4304
       3410021   008   5O   C   San Juan Water District
4305
       1910062   005   5O   C   LA VERNE, CITY WD
4306
       3010035   001   5O   C   Golden State WC - Placentia
4307
       3110004   003   5O   C   City of Lincoln
4308
       3610029   012   5O   C   MONTE VISTA CWD
4309
       3610029   013   5O   C   MONTE VISTA CWD
4310
       3610029   006   5O   C   MONTE VISTA CWD
4311
       5710006   008   5O   C   City of Woodland
4312
       5710006   014   5O   C   City of Woodland
4313
       3710029   005   5O   C   Olivenhain MWD
4314
       3310021   014   5O   C   Jurupa Community SD
4315
       3110025   006   5O   C   Placer CWA - Foothill
4316
       1010003   003   5O   C   CLOVIS, CITY OF
4317
       1010003   001   5O   C   CLOVIS, CITY OF
4318
       0710001   001   5O   C   City of Antioch
4319
       0910001   019   5O   C   El Dorado ID - Main
4320
       3610041   022   5O   C   SAN GABRIEL VALLEY WC - FONTANA
4321
       3610041   011   5O   C   SAN GABRIEL VALLEY WC - FONTANA
4322
       3610041   018   5O   C   SAN GABRIEL VALLEY WC - FONTANA
4323
       3610041   012   5O   C   SAN GABRIEL VALLEY WC - FONTANA
4324
       3410029   004   5O   C   SCWA Laguna/Vineyard
4325
       1910039   014   5O   C   SAN GABRIEL VALLEY WATER CO.-EL MONTE
4326
       1910039   012   5O   C   SAN GABRIEL VALLEY WATER CO.-EL MONTE
4327
       3410001   021   5O   C   Sacramento Suburban Water District
4328
       3410001   020   5O   C   Sacramento Suburban Water District
4329
       3410001   023   5O   C   Sacramento Suburban Water District
4330
       3410001   025   5O   C   Sacramento Suburban Water District
4331
       3710014   007   5O   C   Oceanside, City of
4332
       3710014   009   5O   C   Oceanside, City of
4333
       3710014   008   5O   C   Oceanside, City of
4334
       3710010   007   5O   C   Helix Water District
4335
       3710020   021   5O   C   San Diego - City of
4336
       3710020   020   5O   C   San Diego - City of
4337
       3710020   022   5O   C   San Diego - City of
4338
       3710042   013   5O   C   San Diego County Water Authority
4339
       3710042   009   5O   C   San Diego County Water Authority
4340
       4000598   001   5O   P   CUYAMA LANE WATER COMPANY
4341
       1900901   002   5O   P   FIRE SUPPRESSION CAMP 19
4342
       3700912   003   5O   P   YMCA CAMP MARSTON/RAINTREE
4343
       3700912   002   5O   P   YMCA CAMP MARSTON/RAINTREE
4344
       1900831   001   5O   N   DECKER CANYON YOUTH CAMP
4345
       3301526   002   5O   N   RAGSDALE WATER
4346
       1300006   002   5O   N   RED HILL MARINA
4347
       3410035   001   5O   N   Lighthouse Marina Complex
4348
       0300667   001   5O   N   GOLDEN VALLEY CAMP
4349
       3600589   001   5O   N   Holcomb Valley Scout Ranch
4350
       1502325   001   5O   N   KERN CO P&R-TEHACHAPI MT PARK WATER
4351
       3400173   002   5O   N   NORTHGATE 880
4352
       3400173   001   5O   N   NORTHGATE 880
4353
       1910041   006   3O   C   THREE VALLEYS MWD
4354
       1910128   008   0O   C   COVINA IRRIGATION CO.
4355
       1910128   007   0O   C   COVINA IRRIGATION CO.
4356
       4310027   013   0O   C   Santa Clara Valley Water District
4357
       4310027   014   0O   C   Santa Clara Valley Water District
4358
       4310027   011   0O   C   Santa Clara Valley Water District
4359
       4310027   009   0O   C   Santa Clara Valley Water District
4360
       1910087   011   0O   C   Metropolitian Dist. of So. Cal.
4361
       1910041   001   0O   C   THREE VALLEYS MWD
4362
       1910128   011   0O   C   COVINA IRRIGATION CO.
4363
       1000405   002   0O   C   DOYAL S MOBILE HOME PARK
4364
       3600108   002   0O   C   Glen Helen Regional Park
4365
       3600108   001   0O   C   Glen Helen Regional Park
4366
       3510007   002   0O   C   Hollister/Sunnyslope WTA
4367
       1900961   001   0O   C   WINTERHAVEN MOBILE ESTATES
4368
       3301045   001   0O   C   BLYTHE MOBILE HOME ESTATES
4369
       3901213   001   0O   C   AVALOS, SILVIA
4370
       2300892   001   0O   C   Covelo Mobile Home Park
4371
       4300630   001   0O   C   Foothill Mutual Water
4372
       0400003   003   0O   C   NORTHWOODS MUTUAL WATER SYSTEM
4373
       1502619   001   0O   C   SOUTH DESERT MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
4374
       4000749   001   0O   C   TERRA DE ORO WATER COMPANY
4375
       4000749   002   0O   C   TERRA DE ORO WATER COMPANY
4376
       2700536   001   0O   C   CORRAL DE TIERRA ESTATES WC
4377
       4900892   001   0O   C   Summit View Ranch Mutual Water Co.
4378
       3110049   002   0O   C   Tahoe Park Water Co - Skyland/Nielsen
4379
       3500575   002   0O   C   Springwood Estates MWC
4380
       0900655   001   0O   C   ROCKWATER APTS.
4381
       3500575   001   0O   C   Springwood Estates MWC
4382
       4900575   001   0O   C   Loch Haven Mutual Water Company
4383
       2702148   002   0O   C   ASOLEADO MWC
4384
       4200804   001   0O   C   WALKING M RANCHES ASSN.
4385
       4400692   001   0O   C   ALLAN LANE WATER ASSOCIATION
4386
       2701888   002   0O   C   CACHAGUA MUTUAL WS (#4)
4387
       4900846   001   0O   C   Rolling Oaks Road Association
4388
       1400066   002   0O   C   Aspendell Mutual Water Company
4389
       0707501   001   0O   C   ANGLER S RANCH #3
4390
       4000741   001   0O   C   H2O, INC
4391
       4000741   007   0O   C   H2O, INC
4392
       4000741   003   0O   C   H2O, INC
4393
       4000741   002   0O   C   H2O, INC
4394
       4000741   006   0O   C   H2O, INC
4395
       4000741   005   0O   C   H2O, INC
4396
       4000741   004   0O   C   H2O, INC
4397
       3600345   002   0O   C   West End Mutual (Willow Wells)
4398
       2300743   001   0O   C   Dolphin Isle Marina
4399
       4200822   001   0O   C   SANTA RITA WATER CO
4400
       1500507   001   0O   C   ST. CLAIR RANCHOS MUTUAL WATER CO.
4401
       1400072   002   0O   C   North Lone Pine Water District
4402
       3700933   002   0O   C   PALOMAR MOUNTAIN MUTUAL WATER CO.
4403
       5400545   002   0O   C   NORSEMAN M.H.P.
4404
       4900673   001   0O   C   Athena Terrace Mutual Water Company
4405
       3301528   001   0O   C   OAK HAVEN ASSOCIATION
4406
       3200509   003   0O   C   Clio Public U.D.
4407
       1500550   001   0O   C   WEST VALLEY MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
4408
       5601122   004   0O   C   TICO MUTUAL WATER CO
4409
       0400013   007   0O   C   MERRY MOUNTAIN MUTUAL
4410
       1500209   001   0O   C   ALTA SIERRA MUTUAL WATER CO.
4411
       3205003   001   0O   C   GOLD MOUNTAIN CSD
4412
       0510004   003   0O   C   C.C.W.D. Sheep Ranch
4413
       1900975   001   0O   C   WHITE ROCK LAKE RV PARK
4414
       1502670   003   0O   C   Fairview Water Company, LLC
4415
       2310012   002   0O   C   Irish Beach Water District
4416
       4100512   008   0O   C   LOMA MAR MUTUAL
4417
       4100512   007   0O   C   LOMA MAR MUTUAL
4418
       5000099   001   0O   C   DEL RIO EAST HOA WATER SYSTEM
4419
       4200891   001   0O   C   BOBCAT SPRINGS MUTUAL WATER CO
4420
       4000765   001   0O   C   VARIAN RANCH
4421
       5200534   002   0O   C   PASKENTA COMM. SERVICES DIST.
4422
       2100519   003   0O   C   ESTERO MUTUAL
4423
       4300522   004   0O   C   Lake Canyon Mutual Water Company
4424
       4300522   003   0O   C   Lake Canyon Mutual Water Company
4425
       2700503   002   0O   C   ASSISI MWC
4426
       4200837   001   0O   C   RANCHO YNECITA MUTUAL WATER CO
4427
       4300562   001   0O   C   Roseview Heights Mutual Water Company
4428
       4700542   001   0O   C   Abrams Lake Mobile Estates
4429
       3900701   001   0O   C   CURRIER ESTATES WATER CORP
4430
       2700766   004   0O   C   STRAWBERRY RD WS #06
4431
       2701705   001   0O   C   TASSAJARA SPRINGS WS
4432
       3301512   002   0O   C   Pinyon Pimes County Water Dist
4433
       2300590   001   0O   C   Surfwood Mutual Water Corporation
4434
       3600400   001   0O   C   Apple Valley Village MH Est
4435
       4300560   004   0O   C   Green Mountain Water Company
4436
       1000267   002   0O   C   KINGS CANYON MOBILE HOME PARK
4437
       4200560   001   0O   C   CA CITIES WTR SISQUOC #1
4438
       1500380   001   0O   C   DE RANCHO Y MOBILE VILLA WATER
4439
       5000066   001   0O   C   MODESTO MOBILE HOME PARK, LLC
4440
       2701926   001   0O   C   MORO RD WS #09
4441
       4200881   001   0O   C   OAK TRAIL ESTATES MUTUAL WATER
4442
       0510019   001   0O   C   Wallace Community Services District
4443
       5601104   002   0O   C   CASITAS MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
4444
       4200870   002   0O   C   CASMALIA COMM. SERVICE DIST.
4445
       0103041   001   0O   C   Trailer Haven Mobilehome Park
4446
       1500544   001   0O   C   ENOS LANE PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICT
4447
       3901216   001   0O   C   SANTOS RANCH PWS #5-CSA #35
4448
       4900667   001   0O   C   College Park Mutual Water Company
4449
       1000078   003   0O   C   FCWWD #42/ALLUVIAL & FANCHER
4450
       3100058   004   0O   C   DUTCH FLAT MUTUAL
4451
       3100058   003   0O   C   DUTCH FLAT MUTUAL
4452
       3110042   007   0O   C   Tahoe Swiss Village Utility
4453
       3110028   001   0O   C   Northstar C.S.D.
4454
       3110043   002   0O   C   Madden Creek Water Company
4455
       3700071   002   0O   C   HEAVENLY OAKS
4456
       3110042   004   0O   C   Tahoe Swiss Village Utility
4457
       4300517   001   0O   C   Chemeketa Park Mutual Water Company
4458
       4300517   002   0O   C   Chemeketa Park Mutual Water Company
4459
       1800534   002   0O   C   Spaulding/Eagle Lake MWC
4460
       3301879   001   0O   C   Sharondale Mesa HOA
4461
       3700866   001   0O   C   DEL DIOS MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
4462
       1500251   002   0O   C   RIVERKERN MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
4463
       5100107   006   0O   C   Sutter Co. WWD#1 (Robbins)
4464
       3702354   003   0O   C   WARNER SPRINGS ESTATES
4465
       2100508   001   0O   C   MUIR BEACH COMMUNITY
4466
       3110029   001   0O   C   Alpine Springs County Water District
4467
       2110007   001   0O   C   Coast Springs - Cal. Water Service (PUC)
4468
       4400617   001   0O   C   SUMMIT WEST MUTUAL WATER CO.
4469
       1300616   003   0O   C   PALO VERDE COUNTY WATER DIST.
4470
       4100533   001   0O   C   SKYLONDA MUTUAL
4471
       4100533   005   0O   C   SKYLONDA MUTUAL
4472
       4100533   006   0O   C   SKYLONDA MUTUAL
4473
       4100533   003   0O   C   SKYLONDA MUTUAL
4474
       2310013   002   0O   C   Point Arena Water Works
4475
       3103835   001   0O   C   LAKEVIEW HILLS COMMUNITY ASSOC
4476
       4910020   007   0O   C   Sonoma County Water Agency
4477
       2800521   002   0O   C   CIRCLE WATER DISTRICT
4478
       4910020   009   0O   C   Sonoma County Water Agency
4479
       4910020   011   0O   C   Sonoma County Water Agency
4480
       3110019   003   0O   C   Squaw Valley Mutual Water Comp
4481
       4910020   008   0O   C   Sonoma County Water Agency
4482
       4810010   002   0O   C   SID - Gibson Canyon
4483
       3400172   002   0O   C   TOKAY PARK WATER CO
4484
       3600260   003   0O   C   Smiley Park Country Club
4485
       3600260   004   0O   C   Smiley Park Country Club
4486
       3810001   023   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4487
       3810001   107   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4488
       3110023   005   0O   C   North Tahoe PUD - Carnelian Woods
4489
       3810001   097   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4490
       3810001   030   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4491
       3810001   088   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4492
       3810001   146   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4493
       3810001   086   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4494
       3810001   064   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4495
       3810001   145   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4496
       3810001   085   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4497
       3810001   022   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4498
       3810001   008   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4499
       3810001   004   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4500
       3810001   109   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4501
       3810001   068   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4502
       3810001   127   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4503
       3810001   005   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4504
       3810001   018   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4505
       3810001   090   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4506
       3810001   007   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4507
       3810001   091   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4508
       3810001   093   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4509
       3810001   015   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4510
       3810001   132   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4511
       3810001   128   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4512
       3810001   079   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4513
       3810001   049   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4514
       3810001   089   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4515
       3810001   150   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4516
       3810001   149   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4517
       3810001   148   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4518
       4000222   006   0O   C   AVILA BEACH COMM SERVICE DIST
4519
       3810001   129   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4520
       3810001   081   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4521
       3810001   130   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4522
       3810001   143   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4523
       3910018   001   0O   C   San Joaquin River Club Inc
4524
       3810001   026   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4525
       3810001   065   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4526
       3810001   039   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4527
       3810001   133   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4528
       3810001   027   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4529
       3810001   134   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4530
       3810001   135   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4531
       3810001   136   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4532
       3810001   137   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4533
       3810001   080   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4534
       3810001   098   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4535
       3810001   108   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4536
       3810001   110   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4537
       3810001   164   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4538
       3810001   155   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4539
       3810001   102   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4540
       3810001   104   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4541
       3810001   157   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4542
       3810001   158   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4543
       4500210   002   0O   C   LASSEN PINES MUTUAL WATER CO
4544
       3810001   169   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4545
       3810001   105   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4546
       3810001   106   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4547
       3810001   101   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4548
       3810001   050   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4549
       3810001   159   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4550
       3810001   163   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4551
       3810001   066   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4552
       3810001   166   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4553
       3810001   165   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4554
       3810001   082   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4555
       3810001   154   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4556
       3810001   167   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4557
       3810001   168   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4558
       3810001   139   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4559
       3810001   156   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4560
       3810001   100   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4561
       3810001   095   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4562
       3810001   045   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4563
       3810001   162   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4564
       3810001   170   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4565
       3810001   099   0O   C   San Francisco Regional Water System
4566
       4210022   002   0O   C   Golden State Water Company - Lake Marie
4567
       4210022   001   0O   C   Golden State Water Company - Lake Marie
4568
       3200104   004   0O   C   Grizzly Lake RID-Delleker
4569
       5610006   005   0O   C   YERBA BUENA WATER COMPANY
4570
       2110001   001   0O   C   Inverness Public Utility Dist
4571
       2110001   002   0O   C   Inverness Public Utility Dist
4572
       3000825   001   0O   C   South Midway City Mutual Water Co.
4573
       3000825   002   0O   C   South Midway City Mutual Water Co.
4574
       1500231   001   0O   C   VICTORY MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
4575
       1610006   001   0O   C   Stratford PUD
4576
       3310040   002   0O   C   Fern Valley WD
4577
       4910010   001   0O   C   Sonoma County CSA 41-Fitch Mountain
4578
       1910075   008   0O   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON
4579
       4110028   002   0O   C   Pillar Ridge MHP (Former El Granada MHP)
4580
       1910244   005   0O   C   GREEN VALLEY CWD
4581
       1910244   002   0O   C   GREEN VALLEY CWD
4582
       1910244   003   0O   C   GREEN VALLEY CWD
4583
       4010028   001   0O   C   SLO CSA NO. 16 - SHANDON
4584
       4710010   002   0O   C   City of Tulelake
4585
       4510004   002   0O   C   Shasta Co. Service Area #6
4586
       5710004   002   0O   C   Knights Landing Svc. Dist.
4587
       4010003   003   0O   C   SAN MIGUELITO MWC
4588
       4010003   004   0O   C   SAN MIGUELITO MWC
4589
       4910021   002   0O   C   Bodega Bay Public Utility District
4590
       5610035   003   0O   C   RIO MANOR MUTUAL WATER CO
4591
       2110004   002   0O   C   Stinson Beach County Wtr Dist
4592
       5410011   005   0O   C   Springville PUD
4593
       2110004   003   0O   C   Stinson Beach County Wtr Dist
4594
       1910023   001   0O   C   AVERYDALE MWC
4595
       5410011   006   0O   C   Springville PUD
4596
       1710010   007   0O   C   Lower Lake County Water District
4597
       5610058   001   0O   C   CRESTVIEW MUTUAL WATER CO
4598
       3610048   001   0O   C   TERRACE WATER CO
4599
       3610048   002   0O   C   TERRACE WATER CO
4600
       5610015   009   0O   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 19 - SOMIS
4601
       5610015   008   0O   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 19 - SOMIS
4602
       5610015   006   0O   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 19 - SOMIS
4603
       5610015   004   0O   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 19 - SOMIS
4604
       5610015   003   0O   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 19 - SOMIS
4605
       5610015   011   0O   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 19 - SOMIS
4606
       5610015   014   0O   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 19 - SOMIS
4607
       4510002   008   0O   C   Mountain Gate C.S.D.
4608
       1910241   002   0O   C   MESA CREST WATER CO.
4609
       1910241   001   0O   C   MESA CREST WATER CO.
4610
       4410018   003   0O   C   Central Water District
4611
       2110006   024   0O   C   North Marin WD - Pt. Reyes
4612
       5010039   006   0O   C   WESTERN HILLS WATER DISTRICT/DIABLO GRAN
4613
       2110006   028   0O   C   North Marin WD - Pt. Reyes
4614
       3010068   001   0O   C   East Orange County WD - RZ
4615
       2110006   027   0O   C   North Marin WD - Pt. Reyes
4616
       3010068   002   0O   C   East Orange County WD - RZ
4617
       0910015   001   0O   C   Tahoe Keys Water Company
4618
       0910015   002   0O   C   Tahoe Keys Water Company
4619
       1910006   001   0O   C   SO. CAL. EDISON CO.-SANTA CATALINA
4620
       3110150   001   0O   C   CalAm - West Placer
4621
       0910019   002   0O   C   Lakeside Park Association
4622
       2810008   002   0O   C   Veterans Home of California
4623
       2810008   003   0O   C   Veterans Home of California
4624
       2810008   005   0O   C   Veterans Home of California
4625
       2810008   001   0O   C   Veterans Home of California
4626
       2810008   004   0O   C   Veterans Home of California
4627
       0510003   004   0O   C   Angels, City of
4628
       3110009   001   0O   C   Meadow Vista County Water Dist
4629
       3110010   004   0O   C   Tahoe City PUD - Main
4630
       5610005   003   0O   C   MEINERS OAKS CWD
4631
       1310003   002   0O   C   GSWC, Calipatria
4632
       1310011   011   0O   C   Coachella VWD: I.D. NO. 11
4633
       1910248   002   0O   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 37-ACTON
4634
       1910248   008   0O   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 37-ACTON
4635
       3710004   003   0O   C   Del Mar - City of
4636
       1910185   003   0O   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 36-VAL VERDE
4637
       1910185   006   0O   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 36-VAL VERDE
4638
       1310800   001   0O   C   Calipatria State Prison
4639
       5610008   008   0O   C   PLEASANT VALLEY MUTUAL WATER CO
4640
       3110001   017   0O   C   North Tahoe PUD - Main
4641
       5610008   007   0O   C   PLEASANT VALLEY MUTUAL WATER CO
4642
       3110001   019   0O   C   North Tahoe PUD - Main
4643
       3110001   018   0O   C   North Tahoe PUD - Main
4644
       5610008   005   0O   C   PLEASANT VALLEY MUTUAL WATER CO
4645
       5610008   004   0O   C   PLEASANT VALLEY MUTUAL WATER CO
4646
       3110001   016   0O   C   North Tahoe PUD - Main
4647
       1910108   007   0O   C   BELL GARDENS-CITY, WATER DEPT.
4648
       5810006   002   0O   C   North Yuba Water District
4649
       4110010   030   0O   C   Montara Water and Sanitary District
4650
       4110010   046   0O   C   Montara Water and Sanitary District
4651
       4110010   042   0O   C   Montara Water and Sanitary District
4652
       4110010   050   0O   C   Montara Water and Sanitary District
4653
       4110010   051   0O   C   Montara Water and Sanitary District
4654
       4110010   027   0O   C   Montara Water and Sanitary District
4655
       4110010   029   0O   C   Montara Water and Sanitary District
4656
       4110010   038   0O   C   Montara Water and Sanitary District
4657
       4110010   048   0O   C   Montara Water and Sanitary District
4658
       4110010   052   0O   C   Montara Water and Sanitary District
4659
       4110010   053   0O   C   Montara Water and Sanitary District
4660
       4110010   059   0O   C   Montara Water and Sanitary District
4661
       4910027   002   0O   C   Sonoma State University
4662
       4910027   003   0O   C   Sonoma State University
4663
       4910027   006   0O   C   Sonoma State University
4664
       2810004   003   0O   C   St. Helena, City of
4665
       3410005   002   0O   C   Rancho Murieta Community Servi
4666
       3410005   003   0O   C   Rancho Murieta Community Servi
4667
       4010025   004   0O   C   SLO CWD NO. 10 - CAYUCOS
4668
       3310036   002   0O   C   Western MWD - Murrieta Division
4669
       3310036   001   0O   C   Western MWD - Murrieta Division
4670
       3110026   011   0O   C   Nevada ID - North Auburn
4671
       2310001   005   0O   C   Fort Bragg, City of
4672
       2310001   003   0O   C   Fort Bragg, City of
4673
       1710015   004   0O   C   Hidden Valley Lake CSD
4674
       2910023   005   0O   C   Nevada ID - Lake Wildwood
4675
       2910023   001   0O   C   Nevada ID - Lake Wildwood
4676
       2910023   008   0O   C   Nevada ID - Lake Wildwood
4677
       2910023   003   0O   C   Nevada ID - Lake Wildwood
4678
       2910023   002   0O   C   Nevada ID - Lake Wildwood
4679
       3410033   002   0O   C   Florin County Water District
4680
       3410033   003   0O   C   Florin County Water District
4681
       3410033   001   0O   C   Florin County Water District
4682
       1010044   007   0O   C   Huron, City of
4683
       4810004   005   0O   C   City of Rio Vista
4684
       4810004   003   0O   C   City of Rio Vista
4685
       3610015   003   0O   C   CRESTLINE VILLAGE CWD - DIVISION 10
4686
       0210002   005   0O   C   Kirkwood Meadows Pubilc Utilit
4687
       4910016   002   0O   C   Cotati, City of
4688
       4910023   001   0O   C   California-American Larkfield (PUC)
4689
       4910023   004   0O   C   California-American Larkfield (PUC)
4690
       5610014   005   0O   C   Golden State Water Company - Ojai
4691
       5610014   006   0O   C   Golden State Water Company - Ojai
4692
       5610014   004   0O   C   Golden State Water Company - Ojai
4693
       4210020   006   0O   C   Santa Ynez River Water Cons. Dist. ID#1
4694
       4210020   004   0O   C   Santa Ynez River Water Cons. Dist. ID#1
4695
       4210020   001   0O   C   Santa Ynez River Water Cons. Dist. ID#1
4696
       3610112   002   0O   C   HELENDALE COMMUNITY SERVICE DISTRICT
4697
       3610112   001   0O   C   HELENDALE COMMUNITY SERVICE DISTRICT
4698
       3610112   004   0O   C   HELENDALE COMMUNITY SERVICE DISTRICT
4699
       1910250   005   0O   C   NEWHALL CWD-PINETREE
4700
       2710007   003   0O   C   Gonzales, City of
4701
       3610044   002   0O   C   DWP - BIG BEAR LAKE/MOONRIDGE
4702
       3610044   001   0O   C   DWP - BIG BEAR LAKE/MOONRIDGE
4703
       0410008   004   0O   C   Thermalito I.D.
4704
       5610039   001   0O   C   CHANNEL ISLANDS BEACH CSD
4705
       5610039   002   0O   C   CHANNEL ISLANDS BEACH CSD
4706
       3610125   006   0O   C   SBNDO COUNTY SERVICE AREA 70J
4707
       3610125   001   0O   C   SBNDO COUNTY SERVICE AREA 70J
4708
       3610125   007   0O   C   SBNDO COUNTY SERVICE AREA 70J
4709
       3410002   007   0O   C   SCWA - Arden Park Vista
4710
       3410002   008   0O   C   SCWA - Arden Park Vista
4711
       3410002   009   0O   C   SCWA - Arden Park Vista
4712
       3410002   006   0O   C   SCWA - Arden Park Vista
4713
       4010011   001   0O   C   MORRO BAY WATER DEPARTMENT
4714
       4010011   007   0O   C   MORRO BAY WATER DEPARTMENT
4715
       4010011   003   0O   C   MORRO BAY WATER DEPARTMENT
4716
       4010011   002   0O   C   MORRO BAY WATER DEPARTMENT
4717
       4010011   006   0O   C   MORRO BAY WATER DEPARTMENT
4718
       4010011   004   0O   C   MORRO BAY WATER DEPARTMENT
4719
       4010011   005   0O   C   MORRO BAY WATER DEPARTMENT
4720
       1910148   003   0O   C   SIERRA MADRE-CITY, WATER DEPT.
4721
       4410013   003   0O   C   Scotts Valley Water District
4722
       4110016   002   0O   C   Hillsborough Water Dept.
4723
       4110016   006   0O   C   Hillsborough Water Dept.
4724
       3910015   002   0O   C   CITY OF LATHROP
4725
       3610121   002   0O   C   SBDNO COUNTY SERVICE AREA 64
4726
       3610121   003   0O   C   SBDNO COUNTY SERVICE AREA 64
4727
       1910096   008   0O   C   Newhall CWD-Newhall
4728
       1910096   012   0O   C   Newhall CWD-Newhall
4729
       1910096   011   0O   C   Newhall CWD-Newhall
4730
       4010026   005   0O   C   NIPOMO COMM SERVICES DIST
4731
       5810001   002   0O   C   Cal-Water Service Co.-Marysville
4732
       1310006   002   0O   C   Imperial, City of
4733
       1510012   009   0O   C   Lamont Public Utility Dist
4734
       1510012   008   0O   C   Lamont Public Utility Dist
4735
       4210007   005   0O   C   MONTECITO WATER DIST
4736
       4210007   003   0O   C   MONTECITO WATER DIST
4737
       4210007   001   0O   C   MONTECITO WATER DIST
4738
       1910159   003   0O   C   TRACT 180 MUTUAL WATER CO.
4739
       1910159   004   0O   C   TRACT 180 MUTUAL WATER CO.
4740
       1910159   002   0O   C   TRACT 180 MUTUAL WATER CO.
4741
       3910007   002   0O   C   RIPON, CITY OF
4742
       2810005   003   0O   C   American Canyon, City of
4743
       2310003   002   0O   C   Ukiah, City of
4744
       2310003   004   0O   C   Ukiah, City of
4745
       2310003   003   0O   C   Ukiah, City of
4746
       1910223   002   0O   C   GSWC-SOUTH SAN GABRIEL
4747
       1910169   002   0O   C   WALNUT PARK MUTUAL WATER CO.
4748
       1610002   007   0O   C   Avenal, City of
4749
       5610016   001   0O   C   CALIFORNIA WATER SERVICE CO - WESTLAKE
4750
       4110011   005   0O   C   Coastside County Water District
4751
       3410016   001   0O   C   Orange Vale Water Company
4752
       1210009   004   0O   C   Humboldt C.S.D.
4753
       3410034   001   0O   C   CalAm - Rosemont
4754
       3410034   003   0O   C   CalAm - Rosemont
4755
       3310016   007   0O   C   Hemet, City of
4756
       3310016   005   0O   C   Hemet, City of
4757
       3010055   003   0O   C   South Coast WD - Capistrano Beach
4758
       3610120   007   0O   C   Phelan Pinon Hills CSD
4759
       3610120   001   0O   C   Phelan Pinon Hills CSD
4760
       3010042   001   0O   C   South Coast WD - South Coast
4761
       5010017   004   0O   C   PATTERSON, CITY OF
4762
       4110018   004   0O   C   City of Millbrae
4763
       1910186   001   0O   C   CAL-AM WATER COMPANY - DUARTE
4764
       3710018   001   0O   C   Rincon Del Diablo MWD (ID-1)
4765
       3610008   006   0O   C   BIG BEAR CITY CSD
4766
       3710026   002   0O   C   Valley Center MWD
4767
       3710026   008   0O   C   Valley Center MWD
4768
       3710026   005   0O   C   Valley Center MWD
4769
       3710026   009   0O   C   Valley Center MWD
4770
       3710026   011   0O   C   Valley Center MWD
4771
       3710026   010   0O   C   Valley Center MWD
4772
       3710026   003   0O   C   Valley Center MWD
4773
       3710026   004   0O   C   Valley Center MWD
4774
       1310001   005   0O   C   Brawley, City of
4775
       4810005   002   0O   C   SUISUN-SOLANO WATER AUTHORITY
4776
       4810005   003   0O   C   SUISUN-SOLANO WATER AUTHORITY
4777
       1910204   006   0O   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
4778
       1910204   012   0O   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
4779
       1910204   009   0O   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
4780
       1910204   021   0O   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
4781
       1910204   022   0O   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
4782
       1910204   019   0O   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DISTRICT 29 & 80-MALIB
4783
       4810001   023   0O   C   City of Benicia
4784
       4110003   003   0O   C   City of Burlingame
4785
       0110011   002   0O   C   City of Livermore
4786
       0110011   001   0O   C   City of Livermore
4787
       3610005   002   0O   C   LAKE ARROWHEAD CSD
4788
       1510017   001   0O   C   INDIAN WELLS VALLEY W.D.
4789
       4310028   001   0O   C   San Jose State University
4790
       3610043   002   0O   C   GOLDEN STATE WATER CO - BARSTOW
4791
       3410010   004   0O   C   CalAm - Suburban
4792
       3410010   003   0O   C   CalAm - Suburban
4793
       3410010   002   0O   C   CalAm - Suburban
4794
       3410021   005   0O   C   San Juan Water District
4795
       3410021   001   0O   C   San Juan Water District
4796
       3410021   006   0O   C   San Juan Water District
4797
       1910062   003   0O   C   LA VERNE, CITY WD
4798
       1910062   002   0O   C   LA VERNE, CITY WD
4799
       1910062   004   0O   C   LA VERNE, CITY WD
4800
       1910062   001   0O   C   LA VERNE, CITY WD
4801
       2710017   009   0O   C   Marina Coast Water District
4802
       2710017   008   0O   C   Marina Coast Water District
4803
       2710017   010   0O   C   Marina Coast Water District
4804
       4210016   012   0O   C   Golden State Water Company - Orcutt
4805
       4210016   007   0O   C   Golden State Water Company - Orcutt
4806
       4210016   013   0O   C   Golden State Water Company - Orcutt
4807
       4210016   005   0O   C   Golden State Water Company - Orcutt
4808
       4210016   009   0O   C   Golden State Water Company - Orcutt
4809
       4210016   011   0O   C   Golden State Water Company - Orcutt
4810
       4210016   008   0O   C   Golden State Water Company - Orcutt
4811
       4210016   003   0O   C   Golden State Water Company - Orcutt
4812
       4210016   004   0O   C   Golden State Water Company - Orcutt
4813
       3010030   005   0O   C   City of San Juan Capistrano
4814
       3010030   008   0O   C   City of San Juan Capistrano
4815
       3010030   007   0O   C   City of San Juan Capistrano
4816
       1910024   004   0O   C   GSWC - CLAREMONT
4817
       1910024   005   0O   C   GSWC - CLAREMONT
4818
       5610018   005   0O   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 1 - MOORPARK
4819
       5610018   002   0O   C   VENTURA CWWD NO. 1 - MOORPARK
4820
       1910028   006   0O   C   CRESCENTA VALLEY CWD
4821
       1910028   003   0O   C   CRESCENTA VALLEY CWD
4822
       4110025   007   0O   C   North Coast County Water Dist
4823
       4110025   006   0O   C   North Coast County Water Dist
4824
       3310007   001   0O   C   Coachella, City of
4825
       3710021   005   0O   C   San Dieguito WD
4826
       3710021   001   0O   C   San Dieguito WD
4827
       3710021   003   0O   C   San Dieguito WD
4828
       1910090   001   0O   C   MONROVIA-CITY, WATER DEPT.
4829
       1910090   006   0O   C   MONROVIA-CITY, WATER DEPT.
4830
       1910090   003   0O   C   MONROVIA-CITY, WATER DEPT.
4831
       1910090   002   0O   C   MONROVIA-CITY, WATER DEPT.
4832
       1910090   009   0O   C   MONROVIA-CITY, WATER DEPT.
4833
       3710019   002   0O   C   Ramona Municipal WD
4834
       3710019   005   0O   C   Ramona Municipal WD
4835
       3710019   007   0O   C   Ramona Municipal WD
4836
       3710019   003   0O   C   Ramona Municipal WD
4837
       4110023   015   0O   C   City of San Bruno
4838
       4110023   007   0O   C   City of San Bruno
4839
       4110023   008   0O   C   City of San Bruno
4840
       4110023   012   0O   C   City of San Bruno
4841
       5610059   008   0O   C   Golden State Water Company - Simi
4842
       5610059   001   0O   C   Golden State Water Company - Simi
4843
       5610059   003   0O   C   Golden State Water Company - Simi
4844
       5610059   002   0O   C   Golden State Water Company - Simi
4845
       5610059   004   0O   C   Golden State Water Company - Simi
4846
       3010036   001   0O   C   City of San Clemente
4847
       3010036   004   0O   C   City of San Clemente
4848
       1910156   001   0O   C   BEVERLY HILLS-CITY, WATER DEPT.
4849
       1910156   002   0O   C   BEVERLY HILLS-CITY, WATER DEPT.
4850
       1910156   003   0O   C   BEVERLY HILLS-CITY, WATER DEPT.
4851
       1910156   014   0O   C   BEVERLY HILLS-CITY, WATER DEPT.
4852
       1910156   009   0O   C   BEVERLY HILLS-CITY, WATER DEPT.
4853
       1910156   008   0O   C   BEVERLY HILLS-CITY, WATER DEPT.
4854
       3410013   002   0O   C   CalAm - Lincoln Oaks
4855
       3410013   003   0O   C   CalAm - Lincoln Oaks
4856
       3410013   007   0O   C   CalAm - Lincoln Oaks
4857
       3410013   005   0O   C   CalAm - Lincoln Oaks
4858
       3410013   006   0O   C   CalAm - Lincoln Oaks
4859
       3410013   004   0O   C   CalAm - Lincoln Oaks
4860
       1910003   003   0O   C   City of Arcadia
4861
       5610019   001   0O   C   CAMARILLO WATER DEPT
4862
       1910167   004   0O   C   VERNON-CITY, WATER DEPT.
4863
       1910167   006   0O   C   VERNON-CITY, WATER DEPT.
4864
       1910167   005   0O   C   VERNON-CITY, WATER DEPT.
4865
       1910144   001   0O   C   SAN GABRIEL COUNTY WD
4866
       1910139   003   0O   C   CAL/AM WATER COOMPANY - SAN MARINO
4867
       3610038   003   0O   C   RIALTO-CITY
4868
       0110009   002   0O   C   Dublin San Ramon Services District
4869
       0110009   001   0O   C   Dublin San Ramon Services District
4870
       4410017   007   0O   C   Soquel Creek Water District
4871
       5610020   001   0O   C   THOUSAND OAKS WATER DEPT
4872
       4410017   002   0O   C   Soquel Creek Water District
4873
       4410017   003   0O   C   Soquel Creek Water District
4874
       4410017   006   0O   C   Soquel Creek Water District
4875
       4410017   008   0O   C   Soquel Creek Water District
4876
       5610020   007   0O   C   THOUSAND OAKS WATER DEPT
4877
       5610020   003   0O   C   THOUSAND OAKS WATER DEPT
4878
       4410017   009   0O   C   Soquel Creek Water District
4879
       4410017   004   0O   C   Soquel Creek Water District
4880
       3710015   002   0O   C   Poway - City of
4881
       3710015   003   0O   C   Poway - City of
4882
       3010079   002   0O   C   El Toro Water District
4883
       3010079   003   0O   C   El Toro Water District
4884
       3010079   001   0O   C   El Toro Water District
4885
       3610003   007   0O   C   APPLE VALLEY RANCHOS WC
4886
       1510005   002   0O   C   Delano, City of
4887
       0110003   002   0O   C   CALIFORNIA WATER SERVICE - LIVERMORE
4888
       5710006   022   0O   C   City of Woodland
4889
       5710006   018   0O   C   City of Woodland
4890
       2110003   037   0O   C   North Marin Water District
4891
       5710006   021   0O   C   City of Woodland
4892
       5710006   020   0O   C   City of Woodland
4893
       2110003   039   0O   C   North Marin Water District
4894
       3410014   001   0O   C   Folsom, City of - Main
4895
       0910002   007   0O   C   South Tahoe PUD - Main
4896
       3010018   004   0O   C   City of La Habra
4897
       3010018   005   0O   C   City of La Habra
4898
       3010018   001   0O   C   City of La Habra
4899
       3610012   001   0O   C   CITY OF CHINO
4900
       4310009   003   0O   C   City of Palo Alto
4901
       4310009   009   0O   C   City of Palo Alto
4902
       4310009   002   0O   C   City of Palo Alto
4903
       3010046   009   0O   C   City of Tustin
4904
       3010046   010   0O   C   City of Tustin
4905
       4310005   005   0O   C   City of Milpitas
4906
       4310005   004   0O   C   City of Milpitas
4907
       4110006   001   0O   C   California Water Service - Bear Gulch
4908
       4110006   003   0O   C   California Water Service - Bear Gulch
4909
       0110008   005   0O   C   City of Pleasanton
4910
       0110008   006   0O   C   City of Pleasanton
4911
       0110008   002   0O   C   City of Pleasanton
4912
       0110008   004   0O   C   City of Pleasanton
4913
       0110008   003   0O   C   City of Pleasanton
4914
       5610040   001   0O   C   CAL AMERICAN WATER CO
4915
       3610064   006   0O   C   EAST VALLEY WD
4916
       3310021   015   0O   C   Jurupa Community SD
4917
       3310021   016   0O   C   Jurupa Community SD
4918
       5710001   007   0O   C   City of Davis
4919
       1910026   010   0O   C   COMPTON-CITY, WATER DEPT.
4920
       3110025   007   0O   C   Placer CWA - Foothill
4921
       3110025   009   0O   C   Placer CWA - Foothill
4922
       3110025   008   0O   C   Placer CWA - Foothill
4923
       3610050   001   0O   C   CITY OF UPLAND
4924
       4110022   005   0O   C   City of Redwood City
4925
       4310007   012   0O   C   City of Mountain View
4926
       4310007   016   0O   C   City of Mountain View
4927
       4310007   009   0O   C   City of Mountain View
4928
       4310007   010   0O   C   City of Mountain View
4929
       4310007   017   0O   C   City of Mountain View
4930
       4310007   005   0O   C   City of Mountain View
4931
       4310007   004   0O   C   City of Mountain View
4932
       3010037   005   0O   C   Yorba Linda Water District
4933
       3010037   002   0O   C   Yorba Linda Water District
4934
       2810003   006   0O   C   Napa, City of
4935
       2810003   001   0O   C   Napa, City of
4936
       2810003   005   0O   C   Napa, City of
4937
       2810003   012   0O   C   Napa, City of
4938
       3610037   006   0O   C   REDLANDS CITY MUD-WATER DIV
4939
       3710005   001   0O   C   Carlsbad MWD
4940
       3010003   003   0O   C   City of Buena Park
4941
       4210004   017   0O   C   GOLETA WATER DISRICT
4942
       4210004   009   0O   C   GOLETA WATER DISRICT
4943
       5610023   002   0O   C   VENTURA WWD NO. 8 - SIMI VALLEY
4944
       5610023   001   0O   C   VENTURA WWD NO. 8 - SIMI VALLEY
4945
       3010064   012   0O   C   City of Westminster
4946
       3010064   015   0O   C   City of Westminster
4947
       3710001   005   0O   C   California-American Water Co
4948
       4810008   001   0O   C   City of Vacaville
4949
       1910051   004   0O   C   INGLEWOOD- CITY, WATER DEPT.
4950
       1910051   005   0O   C   INGLEWOOD- CITY, WATER DEPT.
4951
       4810003   002   0O   C   City of Fairfield
4952
       3710037   013   0O   C   Padre Dam MWD
4953
       3710037   004   0O   C   Padre Dam MWD
4954
       3710037   008   0O   C   Padre Dam MWD
4955
       3710037   012   0O   C   Padre Dam MWD
4956
       3710037   006   0O   C   Padre Dam MWD
4957
       3710037   002   0O   C   Padre Dam MWD
4958
       3710037   001   0O   C   Padre Dam MWD
4959
       3710037   003   0O   C   Padre Dam MWD
4960
       3710037   005   0O   C   Padre Dam MWD
4961
       3710037   007   0O   C   Padre Dam MWD
4962
       4110013   001   0O   C   City of Daly City
4963
       1910102   010   0O   C   PALMDALE WATER DIST.
4964
       4310012   001   0O   C   City of Santa Clara
4965
       5610017   009   0O   C   VENTURA WATER DEPARTMENT
4966
       5610017   008   0O   C   VENTURA WATER DEPARTMENT
4967
       5610017   006   0O   C   VENTURA WATER DEPARTMENT
4968
       5610017   007   0O   C   VENTURA WATER DEPARTMENT
4969
       5610017   005   0O   C   VENTURA WATER DEPARTMENT
4970
       5610017   004   0O   C   VENTURA WATER DEPARTMENT
4971
       5610017   003   0O   C   VENTURA WATER DEPARTMENT
4972
       5610017   002   0O   C   VENTURA WATER DEPARTMENT
4973
       1910179   001   0O   C   BURBANK-CITY, WATER DEPT.
4974
       3010004   037   0O   C   Mesa Consolidated WD
4975
       3010004   038   0O   C   Mesa Consolidated WD
4976
       3010022   006   0O   C   Golden State WC - West Orange
4977
       1910017   002   0O   C   SANTA CLARITA WATER DIVISION
4978
       2710010   004   0O   C   CWSC Salinas
4979
       2710004   001   0O   C   Cal Am Water Company - Monterey
4980
       4810007   003   0O   C   City of Vallejo
4981
       4310014   001   0O   C   City of Sunnyvale
4982
       3310038   003   0O   C   Rancho California Water District
4983
       3010027   010   0O   C   City of Orange
4984
       3010027   009   0O   C   City of Orange
4985
       3010027   003   0O   C   City of Orange
4986
       3010027   002   0O   C   City of Orange
4987
       3010027   008   0O   C   City of Orange
4988
       3010027   007   0O   C   City of Orange
4989
       1910033   003   0O   C   CALIFORNIA WATER SERVICE CO. - DOMINGUEZ
4990
       1910070   025   0O   C   LOS ANGELES CO WW DIST 4 & 34-LANCASTER
4991
       0110006   024   0O   C   CITY OF HAYWARD
4992
       0110006   049   0O   C   CITY OF HAYWARD
4993
       0110006   035   0O   C   CITY OF HAYWARD
4994
       0110006   034   0O   C   CITY OF HAYWARD
4995
       0110006   032   0O   C   CITY OF HAYWARD
4996
       0110006   026   0O   C   CITY OF HAYWARD
4997
       0110006   031   0O   C   CITY OF HAYWARD
4998
       0110006   038   0O   C   CITY OF HAYWARD
4999
       0110006   025   0O   C   CITY OF HAYWARD
5000
       0110006   039   0O   C   CITY OF HAYWARD
5001
       0110006   047   0O   C   CITY OF HAYWARD
5002
       0110006   037   0O   C   CITY OF HAYWARD
5003
       0110006   040   0O   C   CITY OF HAYWARD
5004
       3310037   005   0O   C   Corona, City of
5005
       3610041   026   0O   C   SAN GABRIEL VALLEY WC - FONTANA
5006
       1910039   015   0O   C   SAN GABRIEL VALLEY WATER CO.-EL MONTE
5007
       1910126   011   0O   C   POMONA - CITY, WATER DEPT.
5008
       1910126   012   0O   C   POMONA - CITY, WATER DEPT.
5009
       1910126   013   0O   C   POMONA - CITY, WATER DEPT.
5010
       1910124   002   0O   C   PASADENA-CITY, WATER DEPT.
5011
       3610034   001   0O   C   ONTARIO, CITY OF
5012
       3010062   005   0O   C   City of Garden Grove
5013
       3610039   018   0O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
5014
       3610039   037   0O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
5015
       3610039   019   0O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
5016
       3610039   020   0O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
5017
       3610039   021   0O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
5018
       3610039   028   0O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
5019
       3610039   040   0O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
5020
       3610039   041   0O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
5021
       3610039   038   0O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
5022
       3610039   039   0O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
5023
       3610039   026   0O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
5024
       3610039   030   0O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
5025
       3610039   031   0O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
5026
       3610039   042   0O   C   SAN BERNARDINO CITY
5027
       3410001   006   0O   C   Sacramento Suburban Water District
5028
       3410001   007   0O   C   Sacramento Suburban Water District
5029
       3410001   013   0O   C   Sacramento Suburban Water District
5030
       3610018   001   0O   C   Cucamonga Valley Water District
5031
       3610018   002   0O   C   Cucamonga Valley Water District
5032
       2110002   003   0O   C   Marin Municipal Water District
5033
       2110002   006   0O   C   Marin Municipal Water District
5034
       3710034   005   0O   C   Otay Water District
5035
       3710034   001   0O   C   Otay Water District
5036
       3710034   002   0O   C   Otay Water District
5037
       3710034   006   0O   C   Otay Water District
5038
       0110010   001   0O   C   Zone 7 Water Agency
5039
       0710003   011   0O   C   Contra Costa Water District
5040
       0710003   012   0O   C   Contra Costa Water District
5041
       0710003   010   0O   C   Contra Costa Water District
5042
       0710003   024   0O   C   Contra Costa Water District
5043
       0710003   019   0O   C   Contra Costa Water District
5044
       0710003   013   0O   C   Contra Costa Water District
5045
       0710003   014   0O   C   Contra Costa Water District
5046
       0710003   020   0O   C   Contra Costa Water District
5047
       0710003   025   0O   C   Contra Costa Water District
5048
       0710003   023   0O   C   Contra Costa Water District
5049
       0710003   016   0O   C   Contra Costa Water District
5050
       0710003   009   0O   C   Contra Costa Water District
5051
       3010053   002   0O   C   City of Huntington Beach
5052
       1910048   007   0O   C   CASTAIC LAKE WATER AGENCY
5053
       1910048   006   0O   C   CASTAIC LAKE WATER AGENCY
5054
       1910048   009   0O   C   CASTAIC LAKE WATER AGENCY
5055
       3310031   006   0O   C   Riverside, City of
5056
       3310031   004   0O   C   Riverside, City of
5057
       3310031   003   0O   C   Riverside, City of
5058
       3010092   006   0O   C   Irvine Ranch Water District
5059
       3010092   003   0O   C   Irvine Ranch Water District
5060
       3010092   007   0O   C   Irvine Ranch Water District
5061
       3010092   004   0O   C   Irvine Ranch Water District
5062
       3010092   008   0O   C   Irvine Ranch Water District
5063
       0110001   004   0O   C   Alameda County Water District
5064
       0110001   010   0O   C   Alameda County Water District
5065
       0110001   007   0O   C   Alameda County Water District
5066
       0110001   011   0O   C   Alameda County Water District
5067
       0110001   008   0O   C   Alameda County Water District
5068
       0110001   003   0O   C   Alameda County Water District
5069
       0110001   009   0O   C   Alameda County Water District
5070
       3010001   007   0O   C   City of Anaheim
5071
       3010001   005   0O   C   City of Anaheim
5072
       3010001   006   0O   C   City of Anaheim
5073
       3310009   053   0O   C   Eastern Municipal WD
5074
       3310009   058   0O   C   Eastern Municipal WD
5075
       3310009   047   0O   C   Eastern Municipal WD
5076
       3810011   001   0O   C   SFPUC City Distribution Division
5077
       4310011   057   0O   C   San Jose Water Company
5078
       4310011   048   0O   C   San Jose Water Company
5079
       4310011   031   0O   C   San Jose Water Company
5080
       4310011   029   0O   C   San Jose Water Company
5081
       4310011   043   0O   C   San Jose Water Company
5082
       4310011   037   0O   C   San Jose Water Company
5083
       4310011   005   0O   C   San Jose Water Company
5084
       4310011   047   0O   C   San Jose Water Company
5085
       4310011   027   0O   C   San Jose Water Company
5086
       4310011   001   0O   C   San Jose Water Company
5087
       4310011   011   0O   C   San Jose Water Company
5088
       4310011   026   0O   C   San Jose Water Company
5089
       4310011   053   0O   C   San Jose Water Company
5090
       4310011   015   0O   C   San Jose Water Company
5091
       4310011   024   0O   C   San Jose Water Company
5092
       4310011   023   0O   C   San Jose Water Company
5093
       3710020   054   0O   C   San Diego - City of
5094
       3710020   056   0O   C   San Diego - City of
5095
       0110005   037   0O   C   East Bay MUD
5096
       0110005   038   0O   C   East Bay MUD
5097
       0110005   039   0O   C   East Bay MUD
5098
       0110005   003   0O   C   East Bay MUD
5099
       0110005   016   0O   C   East Bay MUD
5100
       1910067   041   0O   C   LOS ANGELES-CITY, DEPT. OF WATER & POWER
5101
       4000692   001   0O   P   PETE JOHNSTON GM
5102
       3901354   001   0O   P   PEARCE, JEFF H 39-40
5103
       1805001   001   0O   P   Lassen County Service Area No. 2
5104
       1503209   001   0O   P   SUPERIOR MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
5105
       1503350   001   0O   P   TEHACHAPI VALLEY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
5106
       1502181   001   0O   P   Turning Point Mother-Infant Program
5107
       1503558   001   0O   P   El Camino Pines Lutheran Church
5108
       1502307   001   0O   P   CAMP CONDOR
5109
       1500517   001   0O   P   STOCO MUTUAL WATER COMPANY
5110
       2100545   001   0O   P   WALKER CREEK RANCH EDUCATIONAL CENTER
5111
       2800840   003   0O   P   NAPA COUNTY SCHOOLS: POPE VALLEY
5112
       1502163   001   0O   P   LINNS VALLEY SCHOOL
5113
       2100545   006   0O   P   WALKER CREEK RANCH EDUCATIONAL CENTER
5114
       1500518   001   0O   P   AGBAYANI VILLAGE WATER SYSTEM
5115
       1502753   002   0O   P   TEHACHAPI CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
5116
       1502691   001   0O   P   TUSD - MONROE HIGH SCHOOL
5117
       4900705   001   0O   P   Geyserville Educational Park
5118
       4100538   001   0O   P   CAMP JONES GULCH
5119
       4300986   001   0O   P   Cinnabar Hills Golf Club
5120
       2100538   001   0O   P   TOMALES HIGH SCHOOL
5121
       1502068   002   0O   P   DI GIORGIO SCHOOL WATER SYSTEM
5122
       1502068   001   0O   P   DI GIORGIO SCHOOL WATER SYSTEM
5123
       4300937   001   0O   P   Field Sports Park/Mariposa Lodge/Coyote
5124
       1502756   001   0O   P   KERN VALLEY COURTS COMPLEX
5125
       1000206   002   0O   P   HOUGHTON-KEARNEY SCHOOL
5126
       2900563   001   0O   P   BITNEY SPRINGS LLC WATER SYSTEM
5127
       3400104   002   0O   P   CAVANAUGH GOLF COURSE
5128
       1502074   001   0O   P   EL TEJON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
5129
       2300584   001   0O   P   Mendocino School District- Mendocino
5130
       1502229   001   0O   P   RIO BRAVO GREELY SCHOOL WATER SYSTEM
5131
       3200139   002   0O   N   Almanor Heights MWC
5132
       4300612   001   0O   N   Mt. Madonna County Park
5133
       2910300   002   0O   N   Malakoff Diggins SHP
5134
       4300616   002   0O   N   Uvas Canyon County Park
5135
       4901077   001   0O   N   Sonoma Mountain Zen Center
5136
       4200626   001   0O   N   FREMONT/SY IMPROVEMENT ASSN.
5137
       3104457   001   0O   N   SKY MOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN CAMP
5138
       2800683   001   0O   N   COUNTRY INN, THE
5139
       3103279   001   0O   N   APPLEGATE INN
5140
       0202517   001   0O   N   LAKE ALPINE REC. AREA
5141
       4700517   002   0O   N   Sawyers Bar County Water District
5142
       3301097   001   0O   N   CAMP JOE SCHERMAN
5143
       5601701   001   0O   N   DENNISON PARK
5144
       4300737   001   0O   N   Joseph Grant County Park
5145
       1900008   001   0O   N   BIG ROCK CREEK CAMP
5146
       0910305   001   0O   N   CA State Parks - Emerald Bay, Boat Campg
5147
       0910024   001   0O   N   Glenridge Water Company
5148
       3400123   001   0O   N   ELKHORN BOAT LAUNCH ªSWS³
5149
       1000130   001   0O   N   CAMP SEQUOIA/GAINES WATER SYS
5150
       3700235   003   0O   N   YOUNG LIFE OAKBRIDGE CAMP
5151
       3700235   001   0O   N   YOUNG LIFE OAKBRIDGE CAMP
5152
       3700235   004   0O   N   YOUNG LIFE OAKBRIDGE CAMP
5153
       3700235   002   0O   N   YOUNG LIFE OAKBRIDGE CAMP
5154
       3600534   003   0O   N   De Benneville Pines Inc
5155
       1000051   001   0O   N   HUNTINGTON PINES MUTUAL
5156
       3200019   001   0O   N   Oakland Feather River Camp
5157
       3000940   001   0O   N   Caspers Regional Wilderness Park
5158
       5601706   001   0O   N   LAKE PIRU PARK - UWCD
5159
       4800651   001   0O   N   Lake Solano Park
5160
       2610300   002   0O   N   CSP - BODIE SHP
5161
       2610300   001   0O   N   CSP - BODIE SHP
5162
       0910301   001   0O   N   CA State Parks - D.L. Bliss
5163
       0105010   001   0O   N   EBRPD - Del Valle Regional Park
5164
       5710012   001   0O   Z   WOODLAND-DAVIS CLEAN WATER AGENCY
5165
       5710012   002   0O   Z   WOODLAND-DAVIS CLEAN WATER AGENCY
5166
       5710012   003   0O   Z   WOODLAND-DAVIS CLEAN WATER AGENCY
5167
Project Name                      Problem


Sawmill Flat Water Assoc.         The Sawmill Flat Water Association is a group of seven
Water Main Installation           property owners in the vicinity of Sawmill Flat road south
Consolidation with the City of    The water system is in need of an additional storage
Downey                            and source of supply, backflow protection device for
pipe treated water to Buena       Water served for domestic use is untreated surface
Vista Area                        water from an extremely impaired source that receives a
Additional Source Capacity        Two existing wells are used to meet demand when
                                  canal is taken off-line. Under normal conditions, these
Well replacement and              Colorado Mutual's well has had a continuous problem
treatment facility installation   with coliform during the past 14 months.The well has
Plum Valley School Safe           Plum Valley School is under a Boil Water Order issued
Water Supply                      by Tehama County because of total coliform and E. coli
Drill a new well                  On-going bacteriological problems from the well.

                                  Well has coliform contamination with no treatment.

Well #1 Water Contamination       System's only well suffers water quality problems
Correction Project                because of probable surface water intrusion. System
Bosse Prevatili project           Uses raw, untreated water

Water source expansion/           The water system has an inadequate water supply. The
Deepen existing well or drill     most productive well has had a water quality problem.
Water Supply Project              Small water system is experiencing coliform
                                  contamination. Water system is old with wells not
Oak Manor Water Application       Current well is approximately 40 years old, and was
                                  originally an agricultural well with a single casing. Last
                                  Bacteriological MCL failures, wells subject to flooding
                                  which results in water outages and distribution and
Palmdale Trailer Park             The Water System is in need of an additional water
                                  source to meet the demands of the community, i.e. new
Well #1 Replacement and           We had a persistant problem with bacteriological
Disinfection Treatment            contamination of this well
Shaws Flat Pipeline Extension     THE SHAWS FLAT AREA HAS NUMEROUS FAILING
                                  SEPTIC TANK SYSTEMS THAT HAVE CAUSED
North Echo Summit Water           The North Echo Summit Water Association‘s (NESWA)
Association Distribution and      system, serving 42 U.S. Forest Service (USFS) cabins,
Mountain Boy Road                 INDIVIDUAL DITCH CUSTOMERS USING
Conveyance Project                UNTREATED DITCH WATER SUPPLIED BY TUD.
TUD-DITCH CONVEYANCE              INDIVIDUAL DITCH CUSTOMERS USING
CONVERSION                        UNTREATED DITCH WATER SUPPLIED BY TUD.
San Diego Ditch Constructed       The Tuolumne Utilities District provides untreated water
Conveyance                        service through an open, mostly unlined ditch system, to
Jackson Valley Irrigation Dist.   The Jackson Valley Irrigation District (JVID) a public
Pipeline, Water treatment and     entity, serves potable and irrigation water to customers
Rancho Del Oro MHP                The system‘s source well is contaminated with E. Coli.
Replacement Drinking Water        We need to replace it with a connection to a local water
Darwin water quality              System is violation of Title 22, Ch17 CCR Surface
improvement project               Water Filtration & Disinfection Treatment Regs and has
Slow Sand Fitration, Reservoir,   Both North Kaweah Mutual Water Company and Tract
and Pump Plant                    403 Water Company currently operate separate
Water Well 87 Pump, Piping        The Terra Bella Irrigation District, in addition to providing
and Appertenances                 irrigation water to water users in its service area also
Ione Raw Water Conveyance         In the 1850‘s a ditch system was constructed to convey
Conversion Project                raw water to various areas of Amador County. These
Canal Raw Water to Treated        For many years, untreated surface water was conveyed
Water Pipeline                    to the Tanner Water Treatment Plant for treatment via
Installation of system            The current water system is delivering water from an
components and finalization of    inadequate source well that is under the influence of a
            Lake Forest Improvement         The Lake Forest Water Company (LFWC) is a private
            District                        water system operated by the Tahoe Park Water
            Pipelines for north of 9th St   198 homes north of 9th St. are on raw unfiltered canal
                                            water which does not meet coliform standards. See
            south of city                   108 residences are served by raw unfiltered canal water
                                            which does not meet coliform standards. See
            Wells 1, 2, and 3               E. coli and fecal coliform/high nitrate wells

                                            Residences using untreated irrigation water for drinking
                                            and cooking
                                            Residences using untreated water for drinking and
                                            cooking
                                            Residences using untreated irrigation water for drinking
                                            and cooking
                                            Residences using untreated water for drinking and
                                            cooking
DS MWS (POST CREEK)                         Surface supply with no treatment provided.

          Amador Raw Untreated            For many years, untreated surface water has been
          Surface Water Constructive      conveyed from the Tanner raw water reservoir to the
          Add an additional water well    Camp 11 is a first responder fire suppression camp
          away from the river to support  located in an isolated location. A second well is needed
          Drill a new well away from the  The current well is located at the southeast side of the
          creek                           property within 100 feet of the stream. The well is
          Add new well 200 - 300 feet     The water system is in need of an additional water
          away from river. Current well   source to meet the demands of the community; ie; new
NES PARK OHV                              INFILTRATION GALLERY SUBJECT TO COLIFORM
                                          CONTAMINATION
            Bosse-Previtali Untreated Raw The Amador Canal conveyance system is a 23 mile
            Ditch Conveyance Treated      open ditch system from Lake Tabeaud to the Tanner
                                          Spring source subject to SWTR compliance and is not
                                          filtered.
            New Well                      The water system source is untreated surface spring
                                          water that reduces to a trickle during warm season
                                          Surface water source with cartridge filters that do not
                                          fulfill SWTR.
                                          Groundwater under the influence of surface water
                                          [Source water well is shallow (30 ft. deep) and close to
            Lake Forest Water Supply      The primary water source of the Lake Forest Utility Co.
            Project                       (LFUC) is unfiltered surface water from Lake Tahoe. A
                                          System using well under direct influence of surface
                                          water
            Planning Project              Unfiltered intake at Lake Tahoe. DHS has issued
                                          compliance order.
            Laurel Community League       The Laurel Community Water League currently has a
            Drinking Water Catch Basin    catch basin into which well water is gathered, and then
            Harmony Hills Treatment Plant Source Water: Currently, Harmony Hills Water System
            Installation and Distribution receives water from a surface water spring, plus a
            Water Treatment Facility      This is a Catagory B Project; Water system repeatedly
                                          violated the total coliform MCL (TCR) due to active
            Riverview Acres WS New        Riverview Acres Water System supplies its customers
            Filter Plant                  unfiltered surface water year-round from its sole source,
            Harwood Water System - New Harwood Water System (Harwood) is located within the
            Surface Water Treatment       community of Branscomb, Mendocino County.
                                          Well is under the influence of surface water

            SID-Pleasant Hills Ranch        Community Water System No. 4810025 is under
            Estates Drinking Water          Compliance Order No. 02-04-03CO-001. In order to
                                            Unfiltered surface water supply
                                          Unfiltered surface water provided to community of El
                                          Rancho within the LSID service area.
                                          Unfiltered GWUDI wells

        San Lorenzo Valley                ground/spring water exposed to microorganisms and
        WD/Olympia MWC                    surface contaminants from animals
        Installation of packaged WTP      The system is in violation of the Surface Water
        and replacement storage tank      Treatment Rule since it uses water from an unfiltered
                                          No filters at intake from Lake Tahoe.

                                          No filters at intake from Lake Tahoe.

        Tahoe Swiss Village Utility       This project has a Proposition 50 funding favorable
        TSVU Water Treatment              standing. A complete Application was submitted to
                                          System uses springs for over 50% of water supply. New
                                          EPA standards will require treatment of springwater.
                                          Well is contaminated with fecal coliform bacteria due to
                                          failed well casing.
        New Treatment Plant               The treatment currently provided by the Company is not
                                          an approved filtration technology. Monthly treatment
        Trinity Centrer Treatment         The treatment currently provided by the Company is not
        Facility (Construction Project)   an approved filtration technology. Monthly treatment
        Tahoe Park Main Well No. 2        The secondary water source of the Tahoe Park Water
                                          Co. (TPWC) is unfiltered surface water from Lake
        MHAAA Improvement District        The MHAAA (Midway Heights Applegate Annexation
        Treated Water System              Association) Improvement District is located within the
                                          Well 5 deemed to be GWUDI

                                          Wells subject to SWTR compliance and are not
                                          filtered.nadequate source of supply. Two wells under
        Jackson Valley Potable Water      The Jackson Valley Irrigation District (JVID) a public
        Supply Project Phase #2 Rural     entity, serves potable and irrigation water to customers
        NID Ranchero Way                  Residences using untreated water for drinking and
                                          cooking
WATER DEPARTMENT                          Sources are subject to SWTR compliance and are not
                                          filtered.
                                          Gallery well subject to SWTR compliance and is not
                                          filtered.
        Well 15 Pipeline Segment and      The City of Lindsay (City) owns and operates Well No.
        Sampling Stations Project         15. The City regularly relies on this well to meet water
        Reservoir CP-1                    Unfiltered surface water entering uncovered earthen
                                          distribution reservoir.
        Sacramento Hill Reservoir         Unfiltered surface water entering uncovered earthen
                                          distribution reservoir.
        Thomas Reservoir                  Unfiltered surface water entering uncovered earthen
                                          distribution reservoir.
        new well                          well is located 100 downstream of a leach field; creek is
                                          25 feet from well; e coli positives at well from sewage
                                          UNTREATED WELLS UNDER SURFACE WATER
                                          INFLUENCE, INTERMITTENT POSITIVE TOTAL
        Azusa Springs Water System        The current water system, the Azusa Springs Water
                                          System (1909644), at 100 N Old San Gabriel Canyon
        Big Bend Wat                      System problems:1.) Surface influenced horizontal
                                          wells/springs- so treatment is mandated by Placer
        Treatment Plant Expansion,        Henniger Flats is a public campground/historical site in
        Storage tank replacement and      Altadena. The campground is visited by an average of
        Gorda Water Filtration System     The water system is currently on a Boil Water Order and
                                          was put in effect as of May 20, 2010. Gorda Springs is
        North Echo Summit Water           The North Echo Summit Water Association‘s (NESWA)
        Association Surface Water         system, serving 42 U.S. Forest Service (USFS) cabins,
            St. Francis Retreat Water       The primary well, and only well to remain in production
            Treatment Upgrade               through the year, was drilled in the 1960's and installed
            Land acquisition, Groundwater   Both North Kaweah Mutual Water Company and Tract
            Wells, Storage Tank, and        403 (Washburn) operate separate water systems using
            Consolidation of Dutch Flat     The Dutch Flat Water treatment plant does not totally
            Water Co. with PCWA             comply with the Cryptosporidium Action Plan, and will
                                            Fails Turbidty standards at times during the winter
                                            months.
                                            Turbidity standard failures. Filter system is not an
                                            approved filtration technology.
            Larger storage tank to          LVWC‘s water system is not in compliance with the
            increase contact time for       Surface Water Treatment Rule because it does not
            Study & Possible                Sytem has problems meeting potable water capacity.
            Consolidation
            Camanche Regional Water         This project is the replacement of the Camanche South
            Treatment Plant                 and North Shore water treatment plants with a 2.0 MGD
            Enter Project Name              Existing treatment plant not meeting currently approved
                                            filtration technology
                                            Existing surface water treatment plant did not meet CT
                                            requirements. Treatment plant had to be run in batch
            EID Outingdale consolidation    SWTR violation

                                            Quality, quantity, storage, bad test results.

                                            Turbidity standard failures. Filter system is not an
                                            approved filtration technology. Bolted steel tank is
                                            Well sources under the direct influence of surface water
                                            with no filtration.
                                            Well source is under the direct influence of surface
                                            water and has an unapproved filtration technology
                                            Unable to meet disinfection performance requirements
                                            (CT) due to inadequate contact time. In-line filtration
           Chlorination & Storage Tank      There are two problems with this water system.1.
           Replacement                      Primary source of water is surface water purchased
           Consolidation of treatment       The Salmon Creek CSA #41 water system currently
           works Salmon Creek/Carmet        uses two separate sources. A shallow well, located
           Consolidation of Treatment       The Salmon Creek Water System currently utilizes two
           Works Salmon Creek/Carmet        separate sources. A shallow well adjacent to 3
           Improvements to Water            In the CDPH-DWP Annual Inspection Report for 2007,
           System                           dated March 18, it was noted in item # 6 that when the
NICIPAL WATER DISTRICT IDA                  Three open reservoirs are sources of possible
                                            contamination.
                                            System's filtration process is not an approved filtration
                                            technology. System is under compliance agreement
            Emergency Intertie              To improve drinking water reliability to the customers of
                                            the Riviera West community, the Company plans to
            Improve System Reliability      The Company experiences both fluctuating power
            during Power Loss               surges and power outages during both winter and
            Clarifier pretreatment with     The Department characterized the existing treatment
            plant upgrade                   facility on June 17, 1994 as an inline filtration treatment
            City of Trinidad                Exceeding filter loading rates; Not meeting turbidity
                                            standards; Not meeting CT requirements; Not meeting
            CYO Camp Water System           CYO Camp's Surface Water System serves
                                            approximately 20-25 permanent residents and some
            To bring current water          We are under a compliance order from the CA
            treatment system up to State    Department of Public Health for TTHM. This problem
            Replace storage tanks           Treated water from treated storage will not meet
                                            ctCitation 03-2309C-034Failure to achieve adequate
                                            1. Water treatment plant does not meet the LT1
                                            requirement .
Harris Farms Horse Division   The DPH inspection report dated December 2007 listed
Treatment Plant Modifications deficiencies for the treatment plant. The 100 gallon per
Water Treatment Plant         The unincorporated mountain community of Camp
Improvements                  Nelson is located in the Sequoia National Forest,
Harris Farms South Camp       The DPH issued compliance order #03-12-080-009
Water System Improvements     dated April 29, 2008 for the South Camp system. The
Harris Farms Headquarters     The DPH inspection report dated December 2007 listed
Treatment Plant Modifications deficiencies for the treatment plant. The 120 gallon per
                              The present system is antiquated and needs to be
                              updated to meet the state SWTR and federal
Harris Farms Feeding          The DPH inspection report dated December 2007 listed
Company Treatment Plant       deficiencies for the treatment plant. The 125 gpm
Treatment Plant Improvements Surface water treatment facility is In-Line system that
                              cannot achieve two log removal of Giardia.
filter plant replacement      the district has 2ea. 1mgd pressure filters installed in the
                              1970's and early 80's. These filters are an unaproved
Greenwood Lake WTP            Water treatment plant not in compliance with EPA
                              standards. DHS compliance order No. 01-08-04CO-002
River Supply Conduit Upper    A new trunk line is proposed to replace the River Supply
Reach Unit 7                  Conduit (RSC) Upper Reach because of the two key
River Supply Conduit (RSC)    Silver Lake and Ivanhoe Reservoirs are uncovered
Lower Reach Unit 4            finished water reservoirs that do not conform to the
Santa Ynez Reservoir Cover    The City of Hemet Water Department recently received
                              DHS notification one of our 12 wells exceeds the current
Coalinga TTHM compliance      Non-compliance with maximum contaminant level
                              (MCL) for Total Trihalomethanes and/or Haloacetic
Surface Water Treatment        We are looking at replacing our filtration system with
                              one that will cost less to operate, produce cleaner water
                              THE EXISTING WATER TREATMENT PLANT DOES
                              NOT HAVE SUFFICIENT CAPACITY TO MEET THE
Filtration System Replacement Current surface water treatment process is an
and Addition of Water Storage unapproved filtration technology and at times the system
                              Unfiltered surface water.

Treatment Plant Upgrade        Inline filtration is not an approved filtration technology.
                               Additionally, filtration process occasionally exceeds
Fall Creek Water System        The City has, in the past, complied with provisions of the
Improvements                   Surface Water Treatment Rule through a Filtration Plant
City T/L South Unit 6          Replaces 1914 Riveted Steel Pipe. Primary sorce to
                               eastern portion of San Fernando Valley and to Franklin,
River Suply Conduit Upper      Existing facility does not meet DHS's minimum
Reach Unit 6                   requirements for pressure. The new facility will provide
River Supply Conduit Lower     Existing facility does not meet DHS's minimum
Reach Unit 1B                  requirements for pressure. The new facility will provide
Headworks Reservoir            The Headworks Reservoir will replace the storage
                               capacity currently being provided by the Silverlake
Silverlake Reservoir Bypass    Once the project is placed into service, Ivanhoe
Tunnel & Reg Station           Reservoir will be taken out-of-service to comply with the
River Supply Conduit Lower     The existing pipeline that supplies water to Silverlake
Reach Unit 1A                  Reservoir service zone does not meet the minimum
Complete replacement of        Current system will not meet State of California health
existing filtration system     standards.
Reservoir and Booster 6        Reservoir 6 is a small, uncovered, concrete lined, open
Replacement Project            reservoir storing potable finished water for agriculture
Beck                           Beck Reservoir is an open potable water reservoir that
                               does not comply w/ DHS open reservoir policy #95-005.
Morro Reservoir Rehabilitation The District currently has four (4) open uncovered
Project                        treated water distribution reservoirs. In order to comply
LT2 Improvement Design for The United States Environmental Protection Agency has
David C. McCollom Water        developed the Long Term 2 Enhanced Surface Water
Upper Stone Canyon               Upper Stone Canyon Reservoir is an uncovered finished
Reservoir WQ Improvement         water reservoir that does not conform to the Long-Term
Santa Ynez WQ Improvement        Santa Ynez Reservoir is an uncovered finished water
Project                          reservoir that does not conform to the Long-Term 2
Silverlake and Ivanhoe WQ        Silverlake and Ivanhoe Reservoirs are uncovered
Improvement Project              finished water reservoirs that do not conform to the
                                 Inadequate Surface water treatment plant

CT Planning Study                The Water System has received Citation No. 03-23-10C-
                                 050, issued July 12, 2010 for noncompliance the
Adding a 100,000 gallon          The disinfectant residual levels/contact times did not
storage to meet contact time.    meet all requirements. There was not enough contact
Surface Water Treatment          On June 10, 2009 the California Department of Public
Plant Improvements               Health sent a letter to the Panoche Water District
Develope new well and second     Ground water system that is under the influence of
source for PWS                   surface water. This is treated as a groundwater system.
CT Planning Study                The Water System has received Citation No. 03-23-09C-
                                 052, issued August 13, 2009 for noncompliance the
To bring current water system    We are under a compliance order from the State of CA
up to contact time compliance.   for failure to achieve disinfectant contact time
Coalinga CT compliance           The Water System has received Compliance Order No.
                                 03-23-09O-027, issued December 21, 2009, for
                                 To provide adequate source capacity the system must
                                 use ground and surface water sources. The exisiting
                                 Surface water treatment plant does not meet SWTR
                                 Regulations of treatment technique.
                                 Using unapproved in-line filtration system on surface
                                 source. Disinfection system does not meet swtr
WTP improvements/upgrades        WTP not meeting turbidity standards

Storage tank replacement         Estero Mutual's 200000 gallon drinking water storage
                                 tank is badly corroded and leaking. The tank needs to
Data logging and Recording         The surface water treatment plant does not have any
Equipment                        data logging or recording equipment for raw or finished
Solano Irrigation District       Unfiltered Surface water source.

Rancho Estates Consolidation System is in violation of nitrate standards which
and system compliance          continue to increase over time. There are also multiple
                               The company water source exceeds nitrate MCL.
                               Nitrate removal is not practical due to local conditions.
                               Community has inadequate gravity storage capacity
                               resulting in water outages during power or pump
Construction of a ground water The Salmon Creek CSA #41 water system currently
treatment plant and water      uses two separate sources. A shallow well, located
Clearwater Mutual Water Co. - The 35,000 gallon redwood clearwell for the
Clearwell                      Clearwater MWC is required to be replaced in
Alpine Meadows Property        Existing system lacks adequate disinfection treatment
Owners Association Water       barrier due to inadequate chlorine contact time and
Water Treatment Plant          The District experienced a Boil Water Order in late
Improvements                   October 2008 which lasted 2 weeks. It was determined
SWTP Improvements              Existing surface water treatment plant does not conform
                               to the surface water treatment rule-bed loading too high
Forest Springs Water Upgrade The County of Santa Cruz, Ca has directed the Forest
                               Springs Water System to address the following
Downieville PUD / Treatment The current mixed media direct filtration system is not
Upgrades                       an approved surface water treatment system. During
New roof for 350,000 gallon    Inadequate water volume delivery under Highway 101
rectangular concrete storage between storage tank and the system. Insufficient
Instrumentation for SW          Currently, SCMWC utilizes a manual chlorine analyzer,
Treatment Plant                and any adjustments are done by hand. Also, there is
            Keswick system SWTR               System does not meet standards for SWTR and
            Compliance                        disinfection; source is a conveyance from Whiskeytown
            NBRID Water Treatment             A Master Facility Plan (MFP) was completed for NBRID
            Facility and Intake               in June 2006. There were two primary areas of concern
                                              Need second treatment plant filter to meet peak
                                              demands. Need to increase chlorine contact time.
            Jones Valley CSA#6 ESWTR          The treatment plant uses in-line filter technology. Until
            Compliance Project                2009 it was certified by CDPH as complying with the
            West Point Water Treatment        Drinking water for West Point service area is provided
            Plant Filter Compliance Project   by a filtered system with two surface water sources.
            Surface Water Treatment           The Stinson Beach County Water District‘s (District)
            Plant Replacement Project         existing surface water treatment plant (WTP),
            Planning Project (converted       No backup power source exists for the infiltration gallery
            from Construction)                pumps or the treatment plant equipment
            New Water Treatment Plant         5/05 wtp does not meet lt1eswtr; rerank from G to D per
                                              district; nf The system exceeded the DBP MCLs of the
            Backwash Recycle                  From the CDPH Annual Inspection Report [dated
            ProjectWater Treatment Plant      February 19, 2009] and a PACE Engineering
            City of Willits Water Treatment   The City utilizes the Morris Reservoir as its raw water
            Plant Improvements                source. The reservoir is significantly impacted by
            Auburn Lake Trails Water          Upgrade the existing water treatment plant to an
            Treatment Plant Upgrade           approved surface water treatment method as required
            City of Healdsburg                The Gauntlett/Panorama Filtration Plant was
            Gauntlett/Panorama Water          commissioned in 2005 and consists of three micro-
            Ebbetts Pass Water Treatment      Drinking water for Ebbetts Pass service area is provided
            Plant Filter Compliance Project   by a filtered system with two surface water sources.
            City T/L South Unit 2             Silverlake and Ivanhoe Reservoirs are uncovered
                                              finished water reservoirs that do not conform to the
            River Supply Conduit Lower        Silverlake and Ivanhoe Reservoirs are uncovered
            Reach Unit 3                      finished water reservoirs that do not conform to the
            First Street Trunk Line           Silverlake and Ivanhoe Reservoirs are uncovered
                                              finished water reservoirs that do not conform to the
            River Supply Conduit Upper        The existing facility does not meet DHS's minimum
            Reach Unit 5                      requirements for pressure. The new facility will provide
            Cachagua Community Center         Surface water treatment plant unable to maintain water
            Water System Upgrade              quality standards. The filter system has been unable to
            Tank replacement to increase      The present storage tank is the original tank installed
            storage capacity and              with the treatment plant in the early 1980's. The storage
                                              Turbidity failures 8 months out of the year. This system
                                              uses a surface water source. The Mattole river reaches
            Nicasio Surface Water             GWUDI source with unapproved SW treatment.
            Treatment
            Westminster Woods Camp         Westminster Woods Camp and Conference Center
            Second Slow-Sand Filter        501(C)(3) non-profit organization that strives to use our
                                           inadequate surface water treatment plant, in-line
                                           fitration, inadequate disinfection
                                           Filtration system violates SWTR (no redundant filter)
                                           and doesn't meet turbidity performance standards.
          Burnett Road Consolidation       Single well system had well failure during July 2001.
          Project                          Emergency temproary interconnection to Tipton CSD.
          North Burnett Intertie to the    The Burnett Road Water system's only water well failed
          Tipton CSD Water System          in July of 2001 and left the community without a supplyof
          Intertie with City of Chowchilla The current water system is currently supplied water
                                           from one well that has very low production due to
          Westucky Water Association chronic total coliform violations, not reliable source.
                                           pumpbroke down several times last year, resulting in no
          Darwin Water Storage             System is in the desert with no outside means of water
          Improvement Project              support depending on its only 55k gal failing and leaky
SUBDIVISION MWC                            Insufficient source capacity - service connection
                                           moratorium in place.
O CSA #23 CRAGVIEW                       Insufficient water source capacity resulting in water
                                         outages when intake failed last winter. Intake was
          River Intake Enlargement       2004 fire destroyed wastershed and reservoir.
                                         Inadequate source of supply.
          London Community Services The District's existing water distribution system is old
          District Water System          and predominantly consists of undersized pipelines.
          Mattole (#1200684)-Replace     Transmission Piping is 20+ year old PVC in a shallow
          Transmission Piping.           trench with no bedding the pipe needs constant repair to
          Tecate Vista distribution      System is old and failing resulting in repeated breaks
          system repairs and water       causing water outages and bacterioligical complications
          Spring Crest Water & Power, Distribution system has old failing transmission pipeline
          Distribution System Repairs    that is leaking and results in total coiform positives in the
          Mustang Springs Insufficient   System experiences frequent water outages. It is
          Water                          located in a water-short area and drilling a new well is
                                         Well has reduced production capacity which results in
                                         water shortages at times. Water quality problems due to
          Well replacement and           Water system consists of two wells. Well "A" was shut
          treatment plant expansion      down due to PCE contamination, and can not be
          River Highlands CSD Public     River Highlands CSD supplies water to 85 homes.
          Water System                   There is currently no water treatment system. If there
          Las Deltas Distribution System The distribution lines serving the community need to be
          Project                        replaced. They are old and dilapidated lines that are
          Drinking Water Well            Well production is falling in the existing well(s) with
                                         pump run times approaching 23 hours/day during Peak
          Eastwood Farms Community Eastwood Farms CWU is a private corp organized and
          Water Users Water System       oeprating as a MWC. Eastwood Farms is within
          Pipeline Replacement, Well     In 2003, the Arrowhead Manor Water Company
          and Reservoir Project          (AMWC), a private water company under the jurisdiction
          Manganese Treatment            The water system has one well. The water supply
                                         exceeds the Manganese SMCL and is currently in
          Trident Water Treatment        The North Lakeport Water Treatment facility serves
          Module                         customers in County Service Area #21. The facility
          Orosi Public Utility District  The District was formed in 1922 and currently provides
          Water Pipeline Rehabilitation water, sewer and lighting.From 2001 to 2005, pressure
          Water Systems Consolidation - The Rancho Los Amigos System is a NC-NT small
          City of Downey and Rancho LA system providing domestic service to hospital and more
          Connection to Montevina        Current groundwater and surface water supplies are
          Pipeline                       unpredictable in terms of quantity and quality.
          Kawana Elementary School       The water system at Kawana School is failing because
          Diminishing Water Source       the aquifer is diminishing. The loss of dependable water
          Evergreen Motel and MHP        Insufficent water capacity as the well source does not
                                         produce sufficient yield for peak demands.
          Master Planning                Old system that is in need of evaluation for system
                                         integrity, ability to provide fire flow protection and the
          Shady Lake Water               The Water Associations concern is to maintain
          Association/Emergency          uninterrupted water supply to it's 30 members in the
          Csa 1 Centry Ranch Well        The current well does not provide an adequate water
          Replacement                    supply for the existing users.
          Alpine Springs Mobile Home     The Water system is in need of an additional water
          Park                           source to meet the demands of the community, i.e. new
          L.A Retarded Children Ranch The Water System is in need of an additional water
          Water Agency                   source to meet the demands of the community, i.e new
          Woodside RV Park's Water       This Park Serves Approximatley 100 Low Income
          System Upgrades                Family units, year round. During the Summer this
          Slide Inn Snowbowl Water       inadequate source capacity
          Company
          Enter Project Name             DUE TO OLD DETERIORATING DISTRIBUTION
                                         LINES, NUMEROUS WATER OUTAGES HAVE
          Seville Safe Drinking Water    The Seville water system is supplied by one water well.
          Project                        This old and undersized well has recently seen an
            MD 33 Fairmead-Water            Water system is served by two groundwater sources. In
            outages                         2008, water outages were reported on 1/10/2008,
            New Well for Ducor              SOUTH WELL Imminent Failure – Located on the
                                            corner of Ave 55 and Carlisle Road
            Seeley Distribution System      The current distribution system does not meet present
            Improvements                    day standards resulting in failure to meet current
            Mitchells Avenue E Mobile       The Water System is in need of an additional water
            Home Park                       source to meet the demands of the community, i.e. new
            Joshua View Mobile Home         The Water System is in need of an additional water
            Park                            source to meet the demands of the community, i.e. new
                                            Inadequate source, storage and distribution system
                                            resulting in bacti failures and outages
         Water Source & Storage             By Order WR 2001-14, the State Water Resources
         Construction                       Control Board (Board) requies our community to only
EEK WATER COMPANY                           Alternate source of water needed

            Redwood Valley Well             Redwood Valley CWD is under threat of enforcement
            Construction                    action by the State Water Resources Control Board for
            City of Cloverdale - New Well   Existing facilities are at 93% of the current capacity
            Construction                    during summer usage and have no provision for
            City of Cloverdale - 16-inch    The southernmost tanks in the domestic water system
            Transmission/Distribution       are gravity fed by the main reservoirs. During high
            Lake Alpine Improvement         Lake Alpine is a tiny rural community nestled in
            Association Water System        Stanislaus National Forest, located on Highway 4 at the
            Blue Sky Trailer Park           The Water System is in need of an additional water
                                            source to meet the demands of the community, i.e. new
            Combined of 01, 02 and 04       DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM CONSISTS OF 10 INCH
                                            CONCRETE IRRIGATION PIPE INCAPABLE OF
            South Transmission System       Capacity of current aqueduct between Petaluma and
            Pipeline                        Cotati is exceeded during summer months. The ability
            New well and treatment for      The system has two wells. Well 1a exceeds the SMCL
            Nitrate                         for iron and manganese. Well 2 exceeds the MCL for
            Emergency Pressure              Part of the service area located on the West end of
            Improvement Project             Viejas Grade Rd. experiences low pressure when
            Well 3b Nitrate Treatment       Well 3b has Nitrate level of 58, which is exceeding the
                                            MCL. 3b is a new well and is not permitted by CDPH to
            Water Source & Storage          By Order 2001-14, the State Water Resources Control
            Construction                    Board (Board) requires our community to only operate
            Redwood Valley Off Stream       Redwood Valley is currently under a court ordered
            Storage                         moratorium that does not allow new services. The
            Enter Project Name              Inadequate water supply.

            New Well                        Insufficient source capacity resulting water shortages
                                            and low pressure.
                                            Well failures have resulted in frequent water outages,
                                            lasting up to 72 hours at a time. Have implemented
LEY RD WS #05                               Water outages due to insufficient water source capacity.

                                            Water outages and pressure problems. Only one well,
                                            and water table appears to be dropping.
                                            Insufficient source capacity - service connection
                                            moratorium in place.
           Redwood Terrace Funding          Redwood Terrace is under a Cease and Desist Order
           Request                          CDO ORDER WR 2008 – 0020 – EXEC and is
           Rebuild Source Line and          Approximately 3800 feet of Pre 1950 3" Cast Iron
           Collection System (County        Source delivery pipe, 600' of 2" spring source pipe and a
           Austin Acres Mutual Water        Austin Acres Mutual Water Company's system was
           Company Pre App                  designed 60 years ago to support up to 25 vacation
VALLE PACIFICO WS                           Insufficient source water capacity - water hauled in to
                                            augment supply.
                                   Water system has had outages due to a remote well
                                   located on the opposite side of a creek.
                                   Insufficient well production.

                             We have a lot of dead end lines that run out of water
Correct coliform failure related
to distribution system, etc  when the rest of the system has water. Would like to lay
El Capitan Mutual Water Co.  The ECMWC is supplied solely by groundwater wells,
Water Supply Reliability     and has two supply areas (East and West Sides)
                             The problem involves similar water supply and storage
El Capitan Mutual & State Park
Water System Consolidation   issues for two adjacent water systems. Because the
                             Insufficient water supply during driest months. Supply is
                             from 3 wells dependant on rainfall in the area. Water
Enter Project Name           Water Outages. Reranked from E to H per District.
                             (9/17/01)
Planning study to solve low  Current chronic total coliform bacteria contamination
pressure and outage          which has resulted in repeated enforcement actions.
Lakeside Woods MWC           Insufficient source capacity resulting in water outages,
                             failing mains, and no backup power.
SLIDE INN SNOWBOWL           Slide Inn Snowbowl Water Company is requesting your
WATER CO PHASE 1 WELL assistance to complete our Phase I Well Drilling Project.
Water Production and Storage Three existing groundwater wells do not produce
Capacity Improvement         enough water to meet consumer demand. Our
                             Lack of adequate source capacity resulting in water
                             outages during periods of peak demand.
Buckingham Park Water        replace existing filter, additional storage tank; additional
District Project I           pressure tank; distribution system upgrades; increased
                             The District is currently operating under a building
                             moratorium due to water quality and quantity problems
CSA 51 Water Distribution    CSA 51 is comprised of 432 parcels which are currently
System                       on individual wells with no water system of any kind. A
Expansion of Water Treatment System water outages experienced during peak
Plant                        demand periods for two consecutive years.
.33 MG Treated Storage Tank The water district has an unreliable source of raw water
                             and insufficient storage for when the water source is
                             Inadequate source capacity for hard rock well supply,
                             end-of-life for piping, tanks and electrical, need meters
Watermain                    Watermains on eroding hillsides

Slipline Overflow Pipe at          Existing overflow piping through reservoir dam face
Woodrat 1 Reservoir                (located directly behind and uphill from the district's
Funding for                        The installation of a 990,000 gallon water storage tank
Distribution/Storage (fire flow)   and associated facilities to increase deficient fire flows
Bodega Bay Public Utility          The town of Bodega Bay is the largest unincorporated
District Bay Flat Road Well        commercial and residential center in western Sonoma
New Groundwater Well at            The reliability of the District‘s water supply sources is
Steep Ravine Tank Site             highly vulnerable to climatic conditions, seasonal
Additional Well - Insufficient     Insufficient source capacity - water purchased through
Supply                             emergency connection.
                                   Insufficient water supply

                                   UNDERSIZED MAINS AND OLD PIPES IMPACT THE
                                   PRESSURE IN THE SYSTEM. CURRENTLY, THE
Enter Project Name                 Undersized distribution mains resulting in low pressure
                                   problems
Drinking Water Filtration          The City of Willits has been directed by the California
System Expansion and               Department of Public Health Services (CDPHS) to
Well #11                           East Pasadena Water Company is a small water
                                   company (B) serving about 9,700 people. We have
Phase 1 of 2; backbone             PHASE 1 OF 2: EXISTING BACKBONE PIPELINE
pipeline                           SYSTEM IS AGED AND UNDERSIZED
Owen water tank                 OWEN WATER TANK. THE EXISTING TANK IS
                                VERY OLD AND UNDERSIZED. THIS IS A
MMWD Reservoir Operation        Marin Municipal Water District currently has a 3300 AFA
Improvement Project             water supply deficit. This project will partially close the
FY 2011 Cast Iron Main          The replacement of aging and deteriorating water mains
Replacements                    provides an important infrastructure need to the citizens
Millers Hill School             Miller's Hill School system needs additional source
                                capacity to prevent water outages.
Surface water treatment plant   Frequent water outages resulting from inadequate
expansion                       capacity of existing filtration system that can't run at
Well and tank project           Low water production and inadequate storage to meet
                                demand.
Long Canyon - Weldon            This project would inter-connect small water systems
Regional Project Feasibility    that have existing sources of supply in violation of
                                Exceeds nitrate MCL.

Excess nitrate - consolid w     Ongoing nitrate contamination; with notification
Porterville
Construct New Well              The well exceeds the nitrate MCL and provides an
                                inadequate supply of water. Also, the system's storage
Rodriguez (California Camp)     The Rodriguez (California Camp) Water System has
Water System Safe Drinking      one water well that provides water to the residents of
                                BACTERIOLOGICAL & NO3 > MCL

                                Wells exceed nitrate MCL.

                                Well exceeds nitrate MCL - may need to hook up to City
                                water.
Consolidation project -         Nitrate levels exceed drinking water standards in both
Category F excessive nitrates   wells. We notify residents on a quarterly basis on the
Nitrate Correction Project of   Wilson Road Water Community has only one well with
Wilson Road                     nitrate problem.
Pajaro/Sunny Mesa               Moss Landing Middle School, a public school, has high
Community Services District     nitrates and other water quality contaminants that
Water System Improvements       Four water companies near the District's service area
for Consolidation of Four       have had or are currently having water quality issues
Consolidation of East Wilson,   1. San Joaquin Estates Mutual Water Co.
San Joaquin and Victory
Cosolidation of Country         Country Estates (Del Oro Water Company)
Estates and Oasis Rd. with
                               Nitrate levels exceed allowable MCL of 45 mg/L. We
                               are at 87 mg/L. Included is a copy of Compliance Order
Long Canyon - Weldon Area      This project would inter-connect small water systems
Regional Solution Construction that have existing sources of supply in violation of
                               One well system which has nitrates above the MCL

                                Well No. 2 exceeds the nitrate MCL.

                                BOTH WELLS OVER NITRATE MCL

                                WELL OVER NITRATE MCL

East Orosi Well Rehabilitation The District hopes to address high nitrates in the water
Project                        and end sporadic low pressure conditions.
Woodville Farm Labor Center County inspection report (June 18, 2007) has revealed
                               that the system is over the maximum contaminant level
                               HIGH NITRATE/DBCP LEVELS IN INACTIVE WELLS
                               NEEDED TO MEET DEMAND. Reranked from M to F
D/DBP Compliance               DBP MCLs are difficult to meet with existing surface
                               water treatment plant. Periodic use of ground water
           Lamont PUD Well #16 Water          Well #16 is producing water that exceeds the MCL for
           (Arsenic/Perchlorate)              both Arsenic and Perchlorate.
           Plainview Well Rehabilitation      The Plainview Rehabilitation project will address the
           Project                            excessively high nitrate problem at this site.The drinking
           Hemet Well Telemetry and           Nitrate levels at City of Hemet wells No. 1, No. 2, and
           Nitrate Analyzer Installation      No. 3 exceed the MCL. As a result, these three wells
           Consolidation Project with City    We only have one well. The well showed total coliform
           of Shafter                         bacteria in June 2008. In May and June 2008, we
S FOR THE HUNGRY                              Exceeds nitrate MCL.

                                              1,2 - D1 CHLOROPROPANE ABOVE MCL IN BOTH
                                              SYSTEM WELLS AND NITRATE IN WELL#2
            Second Well for the Water         With only one well as a source of water supply, this
            System or inter-tie project for   public water system is deemed to have unreliable water
                                              System's wells violate the Nitrate MCL.

                                              Excessive Nitrate Levels in the system well

            WATER QUALITY REPAIR              System exceeds nitrate and perchlorate MCL as per
            AND CONSOLIDATION                 2007 & 2010 CDPH Compliance Orders. The
            Resolution for high nitrate and   Last annual sampling in July 2010 showed a nitrate level
            fluoride problem in Well 01       of 50 ppm. The followup sample on August 12, 2010
            Nitrate Compliance                Exceeds nitrate MCL.

            Century Mobile Home Park          The average of 4 sample results of the new well (#5) in
                                              2007 was 13.5 ug/L, and exceeds the new MCL for
                                              Nitrate MCL violations.

            Well No. 3 VOC and Blending Water drawn from Well No. 3 in the El Monte water
                                             system has recently experienced a rise in nitrate and
            Well No. 4 and Well No. 10       Water drawn from Well No. 4 in the El Monte water
            Blending                         system has recently experienced a rise in nitrate
            Supporting Infrastructure for    The goals of this project are to:• Reduce demand on
            Perris II Desalter               imported water sources;• Protect drinking water
            New Well at Pershing             Current well has traces of nitrate and uranium
                                             contamination. Site currently using bottled water.
            Oakhurst Elementary-Nitrate      Mountain area water system served by a single source
            removal from single              that is not in compliance with the nitrate MCL of 45 ppm.
            Water Treatment (chlorination) Our Coliform levels are well over the limit and we are
            coliform                         having a very hard time controling the levels. We have
            Villa de Guadulpe Housing -      The water supply exceeds the nitrate MCL. The nitrate
            Nitrates                         levels have increased from 35 mg/L in 2003 to > 60
            drilling of new well at 52 River The water system exceeds the Maximum Contaminant
            Rd.                              Level allowed for nitrates in drinking water. To solve this
                                             Water system has 3 wells. 2 are used for domestic
                                             (production is ? And unknown). The remaining 3 wells
            Treatment Plant for Nitrates for For several years the nitrate levels in the Garlen Court
            Garlen Court Water System        Water System have been high. In December 2003 the
            Nitrate Removal/Blenidng         We have two systems wells. one of the wells exceed
            Treatment or Consolidation       the nitrate MCL of 45 mg/L.
            Well Replacement                 The primary well exceeds the MCL for perchlorate.

                                         [Insufficient number of homes to form special
                                         assessment district.] Nitrate levels in certain private
            Perchlorate/Nitrate Wellhead The WVWD and City of Rialto are joining up to design,
            Treatment System             construct and operate a wellhead treatment system to
            Tank Sites - CDPH Monitoring Nitrate analyzers to monitor the water in Tanks 3, 7, and
            Compliance                   8. These tanks blend well water with nitrates. The
            UC Davis - Tulare Campus     The VMTRC site is currently served by two existing
            Well (New Potable Water      water wells. Several years ago, these wells were found
ventucopa water supply           The water system has only one well which exceeds the
improvements                     MCL for nitrates. The water system was established in
                                 Fluctuating levels of nitrate in wells. Nitrate exceeds
                                 MCL most of the time and overall trend of nitrate
Well water treatment system      Water treatment system is required to treat well water
                                 bringing nitrate and arsenic levels to accepted levels for
Rolling Acres Water System       The well servicing the current members of the Rolling
Repair and Upgrade               Acres Mutual Water Company (RAMWC) was drilled in
Funding for Compliance Order     The Oak Heighats Water and Road Company, Inc., has
# 08-002, Nitrate Contaminant    been notified by the Monterey County Department of
Connection of the North Davis    North Davis Meadows County Service Area Water
Meadows County Service Area      System has experienced a problem with Nitrate
Well Replacement (Replace        These wells have nitrate levels in excess of the MCL.
Well 17)
Install ion exchange treatment   Well F35A is contaminated with perchlorate above the
Well F35A                        AL
Install ion exchange treatment   Well F35A is contaminated with perchlorate above the
Well F35A                        AL
Install ion exchange treatment   Well F18A is contaminated with perchlorate above the
Well F18A                        AL
                                 Nitrate level exceeding 45 mg/L in only supply well

Construct New Well               Source exceeds nitrate MCL

Encinal Rd. WS#1                 Encinal Road Water System #1 has one well serving
Disinfection/Nitrate Removal     businesses and homes with domestic and irrigation
Valley View Ranches Mutual       CDPH is requiring us to come into compliance with the
Water Company                    MCL for nitrates, which we have historically been
Faith Home Teen Ranch/San        The Faith Home Teen Challenge Ranch drinking water
Joaquin Valley Teen Challenge    for approximately 50 residents has been pumped from
Blackie Road #18                 Single well nitrate contamination, no emergency
                                 power.Tanks corroded, not acceptable designBankrupt
System 4 high nitrate levels -   Well #4 has a nitrate level that often exceeds the MCL
need for new well                of 45 milligrams per liter. Since August of 2006, nitrate
Tularcitos Mutual Water          The water system has had recurring positive tests
Company Upgrade                  indicating choliform in the water. The system is
Well replacement and system      We have very high nitrate levels in both wells. Currently
upgrades                         we are on a bottled water order from the Environmental
Fairview Water Company           The drinking water problem that this project will address
Nitrate and Perchlorate          is Chemical contaminates (Nitrates & Perchlorates
Ozone and filtering system       water system exceeds the selenium and nitrate MCLs
                                 and is currently serving bottled water.
Excess nitrate - consolid w      Ongoing viol of nitrate w public notification
Porterville
Nitrate MCL Planning Study       The Water System has a long history of MCL (45 mg/L)
                                 exceedance. 6/09 sample of Well 2 was 63 mg/L. Well
Consolidation                    Source exceeds nitrate MCL

Iverson and Jacks Apts Water Iverson & Jacks Apts Ws Problems: Continued
System                       contamination of Nitrates in water supply.Deemed
Vierra Estates               Single well nitrate contamination.Existing tank corroded,
                             no useful life left.No back-up power.Many bordering
County Water Company,        Single Well source exceeds the nitrate drinking water
Consolidation with Elsinore  standard. Riverside County LPA has issued a
Diamond Park Consolidation System is poorly maintained, has failings and is
with Santa Ana               undersized for peak demands including fire flow. It
Storage Tank Replacement     The existing 85,000 gallon water storage tank is over 25
                             years old, leaking, and extremely dilapidated with
Raymond 2010012 Nitrate and Raymond Wells No. 8 & 9 exceed the Nitrate Maximum
Arsenic Compliance           Contaminant Level. Well No. 8 is one of the primary
         Consolidation with King City     Both wells supplying water to the system have high
                                          nitrate concentrations and are unusable. Bottled water
                                          Exceeds nitrate MCL.

                                          EXCEEDING NITRATE MCL

         Tonyville Interconnection     The Lindsay-Strathmore Irrigation District (District)
                                       provides water for domestic and/or agricultural irrigation
         Moss Landing                  Single well nitrate contamination and seawater
                                       intrusion.Undersized asbestos cement waterlines.
         Brock Mutual Water Company- Brock Mutual Water Company's well produces water
         Consolidation with Vaughn WC with nitrate above the MCL of 45 mg/L. The Water
         LMOS Treatment of dist        Lake Morena Oak Shores currently is in receipt of
         system and consolidation with complliance orders for excessive Nitrates. Additionally,
         Correct Nitrate MCL Violation System's sources violate Nitrate MCL.

         Ducor Water Supply Project      The Ducor Community Services District (District) South
                                         Well has Nitrate contamination above the 45 ppm
         Water Storage Tank              The owner provides water to the mobile home
         Replacement and Distribution community from a well located on the property that is
         Water Supply and Distribution District 21 is a small community water system serving
         System Improvements at          residents living in Kagel Canyon, in unincorporated area
         Nitrate Removal                 The dwelling units within the Green Valley County Water
                                         District all use on site sewage treatment and disposal
         Water Supply Project - 2007     The Poplar Community Services District (District)
                                         provides domestic water to the residents of the
         Poplar Community Service        An evaluation was conducted on the system‘s water
         District Water Supply Project demand and the system's capacity relative to the State‘s
         Camanche Water Quality          The North Shore Lake Camanche Ground Water
         Compliance - Disinfection Bi- System has had a history of issues with Ground Water
         Nitrate/Perchlorate             Stallion Springs CSD is a rural community located within
         Contaminant New Source          the Cummins Valley Water basin that supplies its
         Nitrate MCL exceeded in Wells Nitrate MCL exceeded in Well 1 and Well 5
         1 & 5; Drill new well
         Nitrate Analyzer to Detect      As directed by the Department of Health, we must install
         Harmful Nitrate Levels          a nitrate analyzer which will determine nitrate levels of
         Replace a Well high in Nitrates The City's Well #4 has recently experienced spikes in
         (Well #4)                       Nitrate levels that have exceeded the MCL for this
         Centralized Nitrate Removal     The City of San Fernando was incorporated in 1911
         System at Well 4A               primarily due to the fact that the City had local ground
         Wellhead Treatment              5 wells contaminated with perchlorate exceeding the AL

         New water source and             The City's water system is needed to supply water to
         interconnect 7 adj sws w         seven different privately owned public water systems
         Consolidation of Private water   The City is surrounded by private water companies
         Companies                        whose wells exceed the MCL level for nitrates. If funded,
         Plant 150                        East Valley Water District (EVWD) currently has nine
                                          wells out of eleven in service that will exceed the future
CITY MUD-WATER DIV                        Perchlorate above IAL for several primary sources of
                                          supply
         Plant F25 Perchlorate and        This project is intended to address treatment of
         Nitrate Treatment Facility       groundwater sources with maximum contaminant level
         Perris I Desalter Iron           Eastern Municipal Water District (EMWD) provides
         Manganese Removal Facility       water to a 555-square mile area in western Riverside
                                          Exceeds nitrate MCL.

         New well to augment single       School is supplied water from only one well. If the well
         well                             fails, a new well would be needed.
         UC Davis - Tulare Campus         Since July 2005, the UC Davis School of Veterinary
         Public Drinking Water            Medicine – Veterinary Medicine Teaching & Research
CSU, Chico Farm Domestic        In 2007 the domestic well at the CSU, Chico Agricutural
Well Exceeds MCL for Nitrate    Teaching and Research Center (University Farm), was
Well 2 Nitrate Remediation      System tested above allowable Nitrate levels. Test
                                results were .67 mcl.
Buena Vista Drinking Water      Buena Vista Elementary School District is a one-school
                                school district in rural Tulare County. Buena Vista
Waukena Elementary School The groundwater used as a source of drinking water for
Safe Drinking Water Project     Waukena Elementary School exceeds the Maximum
                                WELLS PRODUCE WATER THAT EXCEEDS THE
                                NITRATE MCL.
Kings Inn New Water System This system has nitrates and contamantion (bactria)
                                problems. We were able to solve bactria contamination
Monson Safe Drinking Water The unincorporated Tulare County community of
Feasibility Study               Monson is not currently served by a public water
Consolidation Project with      Our system well produces water exceeding the primary
CWS-Kernville System            MCL of 20 pci/L for uranium and the new federal arsenic
Consolidation with CWS          The system distributes water exceeding the primary
Kernville                       MCL of 20 pc/L for uranium and the new federal and
Consolidation with Hungry       The system runs short of water frequently and needs to
Gulch                           consolidate Hungry Gulch and Boulder Canyon. Both
Consolidation with Boulder      The system frequently runs short of water and needs to
Canyon                          consolidate Hungry Gulch and Boulder Canyon. Both
arsenic and uranium             Arsenic in the system well is above EPA's revised MCL
contamination - annex to        of 10 ug/L. Also uranium is above the state MCL of 20
Lanare Main Line Intertie to    Water quality produced by 2 wells in Lanare exceed
Riverdale Water System          arsenic MCL. Treatment Plant operation is not
Consolidation with Arvin CSD Our standby Well 01 has nitrate above 45 mg/L MCL
or Treatment for Nitrate and    and also DBCP above the MCL of 0.2 ug/L. Our main
Water Main Extension To         The Mariposa County Public Works (PW) facilities are
Address MTBE Contamination located within the Mariposa PUD LAFCO Sphere of
uranium; consolidate or new     Uranium above the MCL in the system well.
well
Consolidation - High antimony Source exceeds MCLs for antimony and for arsenic.
and arsenic
Kettleman City Elementary       Kettleman City Elementary School has exceeded the
Water System Consolidation      arsenic MCL of 0.010 mg/L or 10 µg/L. As of the third
Quail Valley, Pinon Hills, Mt   The current state of the of the four community water
Side East Consolidation for     system is such that it poses a threat to the health of the
Water line extension and        The water system consolidation
connection to public system.
Consolidation with Los Molinos Orchard Mobile Home Park is a senior park located in
CSD                             rural Tehama County. The park was established in
Quail Valley, Pinon Hills, Mt.  The current state of the of the four community water
Side East Consolidation for     system is such that it poses a threat to the health of the
S. Walton Road Grace Baptist The Grace Baptist Church is experiencing deteriorating
Church Water System             ground water quality and failure to meet regulatory
Consolidate Small Community Several community ground water systems within the
Water Systems with Surface      City's Sphere of influence are experiencing deteriorating
Semitropic School               The water supply well has an arsenic level of 15-30 ppb
consolidation with Lost Hills   which is not in compliance with the Federal and State
                                WELL WATER CONTAINS GROSS ALPHA THAT
                                EXCEEDS THE MCL. SUBSURFACE STORAGE TANK
Interconnection to the City of Arsenic above the Federal MCL of 10 ppb
Hanford
Antelope Valley Mobile Estates- Antelope Valley Mobile Estates' main well has arsenic
Consolidation Project with      above the new EPA MCL of 10 ug/L. Plus, with only one
Connection to City of Keyes     The water system problem involves high levels of
water system for Arsenic        arsenic in both on-site service wells. The water system
Lemoore Mobile Home Park        Received NOTICE OF VIOLATION from County of
Water Distribution System       Kings Department of Public Health - Environmental
Water system consolidation to    Received NOTICE OF VIOLATION from County of
city                             Kings Department of Public Health - Environmental
Lands of Promise                 The Lands of Promise water system is a rural water
Consolidation with Rosamond      system supplied by six small wells. The community is
Consolidation with the City of   Well number 1 produces water that exceeds the TCE
Santa Rosa                       maximum contaminant level and has detectible amounts
Los Banos Migrant Center         The Los Banos Migrant Center has an existing well that
Water Supply Replacement         has high levels of uranium, arsenic, iron and
Consolidation with North         Arsenic in source water about 40 ug/L.
Edwards WD
Consolidation for high arsenic   Arsenic in source is above MCL.

Rosamond MHP- Rosamond      The exisiting well system supplies 79 mobile home/RV
                            spaces. Recently the pump failed and was replaced at
Kern Mobile Estates-        Kern Mobile Estates has one active well and one
Consolidation with Rosamond standby well. Both wells produce water having arsenic at
                            Arsenic above MCL

Consolidation with East Niles Standby well has high nitrate and arsenic in excess of
CSD                           MCL. Main well is not reliable. No other sources of
                              Interconnect Fountain Trailer Park to District to solve
                              arsenic problem exceeding MCL.
Northwest Rosamond Area       Fisher Memorial sits on foothill rock north of Rosamond
Improvements                  Proper, with small single production well (24 gpm) &
Rosamond West-East Area       Longview, Rose Villa, AV Mobile Estates, Rosamond
Connections                   Mobile Home Park, & First Mutual all have single source
City of Ceres Water System    Several small communities within the south east side of
Consolidation Project         the city of Ceres are currently utilizing unbsafe well
Wildwood/Marguerite Water     Five small community water systems, with a combined
Systems                       228 connections, are experiencing deteriorating water
Terra Buena Area Small Water Four small community water systems, with a combined
Systems Conversion            19 connections are experiencing deteriorating water
Lakeside School consolidation The water system distributes drinking water that
with Bakersfield              exceeds the Federal MCL for Arsenic contamination.
Consolidation for possible    Source water marginally in compliance with the new
arsenic problem               EPA arsenic MCL.
                              Arsenic level in the systems wells exceed the current
                              MCL
Arsenic Treatment System      Arsenic in source exceeds MCL.

New water source                 The water supply wells have an arsenic level of 12-20
                                 μg/L which is not in compliance with the new drinking
                                 The system will not meet the new 10 ug/L federal
                                 arsenic standard.
Lakeview Ranchos First App        As a result of Prop 84 our water quality no longer
                                 complies to newly enforced standards with regard to
RSR Well                         The arsenic concentration of the finished water exceeds
                                 the Federal Maximum Contaminant Level.
Arsenic Removal                  Arsenic level removal to safe water standards,
                                 determined by the Federal, State, and County
                                 Well does not meet primary standards for gross alpha

Achieve compliance with       PUD's existing three wells exceed revised (10 ug/L)
Revised (10 ug/L) Arsenic     Arsenic standard.
Arsenic Treatment for Well 2A Arsenic levels in Well 2A exceeds the federal MCL of 10
                              ppb
Well No. 9 and Arsenic        The project involves construction of a new potable water
Treatment Project             Well No. 9 with an integrated arsenic treatment process.
Buckhorn Water Treatment      2 of 3 retailers purchasing wholesale treated surface
Plant Disinfection By-product water from the Buckhorn Water Treatment Plant (WTP)
Arsenic Treatment for Wells 1, Arsenic Concentrations exceed federal MCL for Wells 1,
5, 6, & 8                      5, 6, & 8.
Arsenic Removal                System's most critical well (Garzoli Well) exceeds
                               revised Arsenic MCL, and two other wells are old (48
Well 12 Arsenic Treatment      Well 12 Arsenic Treatment Project will address the
Project                        issue of high arsenic levels.The drinking water standard
Arsenic filter system          Arsenic above revised allowance limit

Mendota TTHM compliance          Non-compliance with maximum contaminant level
                                 (MCL) for Total Trihalomethanes and/or Haloacetic
Winterhaven Mobile Estates       Water Quality from Well #1 has ARSENIC
                                 concentrations that exceed the 0.050 milligrams per liter
Arsenic Treatment and            Arsenic exceeds MCL in source water.
Consolidation
Rancho Villa Mobile Acres-       The State of California Department of Public Works has
Preapp                           changed the level of contamination from 50 parts per
Peck Ranch Water System          To small of storage for CT.

60th Street Water System         This small community water system serves 44 people in
Consolidation with Rosamond      10 homes west of Rosamond. The single well has
Nicasio Valley Ranch / Arsenic   Current post-treatment arsenic levels exceed the
Mitigation                       Primary MCL. Secondary standards for iron,
Country Hills Estates Arsenic    This system has two wells, both of which have arsenic
                                 levels of about 24 parts per billion. The system piping
We need a second well or         Old River Mutual Water Company is a community water
interie with City of Bakersfield system and has only one well (Alluvial) for water supply.
Consolidation With Adjacent      The Arsenic content exceeds the MCL of 50 ug/L & has
Water District                   done so ever since the water system was approved by
Moorland Avenue Apartments New Arsenic Standards have been reduced to 10ug/l
Consolidation                    MCL. Water analysis results as of 06/13/07 resulted in
Arsenic                          High arsenic in source water, exceeds MCL.
Removal/Consolidation
Well 1 arsenic treatment         PINON HILL WATER CO. System No. 1500540 has
project                          been issued a Compliance Order for Violation of Arsenic
First PreApp 07/20/07 --         WATER EXCEEDS FEDERAL MCL FOR ARSNIC. NO
Lancelot Mobile Home Park        TREATMENT AT PARK.
Country Western Mobile Home A June 11, 2008 letter from Stanislaus County
Park Application 2008            Environmental Health states that the Country Western
Rancho de Sonoma Water           Arsenic level exceeds federal mcl. Park has no arsenic
Hook-Up                          treatment.
Zonneveld Dairies Community Zonneveld Dairy water exceeded Arsenic MCL. Project
Water System                     intends to lower arsenic level to California Standards.
Roadrunner MHP- Morongo          The water system for Roadrunner MHP currently
Valley                           services 59 mobile home spaces and 2 cottages.
Water distribution system        Received NOTICE OF VIOLATION from County of
consolidation to City of         Kings Department of Public Health - Environmental
Consolidation with Vaughn        Our system well produces water exceeding the new
Water Company to resolve         federal arsenic MCL of 10 ug/L.
Pine Mountain/Flat Water         The groundwater wells in the Pine Mountain / Pine Flat
Treatment Blending Facility      service area are currently affected by high levels of
Arsenic Treatment for Wells      Arsenic levels above MCL

East Acres Mutual - Arsenic      The water system serves a low income community,
MCL exceedance                   consist of 2 wells with one well exceeding MCL of 10
Arsenic Treatment                The system has three wells. Wells 2 and 3 have Arsenic
                                 levels exceeding the federal MCL. The Arsenic
Arsenic Treatment                Arsenic levels in excess of the MCL in the drinking
                                 water for Tranquillity Irrigation District.
Eastern Coachella Valley         Several small disadvantaged communities located in the
Water Supply Project             rural eastern Coachella Valley currently supply residents
Well 2 Replacement              Well 2 is in violation of the Federal Drinking Water
                                Standards of 10 ppb for Arsenic. The USEPA has
GCWD - Arsenic Treatment & Greenfield County Water District (GCWD), established
Well Replacement                in 1955 by the Kern County Board of Supervisor, is a
52nd St Well Treatment          52nd St well water exceeds CDPH Secondary MCL for
Project                         manganese. This well has exceeded the MCL for the
Airport Blvd. Transmission      Several small disadvantaged communities located in the
Main Project - Ph I and IIIA    rural eastern Coachella Valley currently supply residents
Ventures Estates Mutual         Currently the Venture Estates Mutual Water Company is
Water Company Consolidation supplied by only one well which has malfunctioned from
                                CANNOT MEET PROPOSED THM STD. DUE TO
                                HIGH TURBIDITY LEVELS IN THE LOCATION OF
Legacy Preapp 1 - 2008          Our system contains high levels of lead and copper as
                                well as iron and manganese. We are on a bottled water
Install storage tanks, well and Repeated water outages. Arsenic and fluoride
treatment system                concentrations in excess of MCL
GBC Water Project               Arsenic concentration exceeded maximum contaminant
                                level. CH&SC, Section 64431 (a): The average arsenic
College of the Sequoias         College of the Sequoias failed to comply with the
Hanford Center -                National Revised Primary Drinking Water Regulations,
line replacement and uranium It is time to replace the old water lines for the park. At
removal                         the same time we would like to have a uranium flitration
224 New Well                    The water system is served by two hardrock wells, both
                                exceed MCL for Uranium. The water system serves a
V & P Trailer Court             The average of 4 sample results of the well in 2006 and
                                2007 was 12.5 ug/L for arsenic, and exceeds the new
Removal of Uranium/Gross        Elimination of uranium and gross alpha from water per
Alpha                           Title 22, California Code of Regulations, Section 64442
Leisure Acres Mutual-single     Mountain community is served by a single groundwater
arsenic in single source        source. Availability of only one source make water
Valley Teen Ranch - new well Single source water system serving a juvenile half-way
                                housing facilities. The one and only source of water
Study and Design for Uranium Uranium in source exceeds MCL
Problem
Coble's Corner Arsenic Well     Coble's Corner MHP is currently contaminated above
replacement and addition        the mcl of 10 ug/l. Our four-quarter average is 12.3 ug/l
Arsenic Treatment               System has only one source. The well produces water
                                with arsenic above the MCL. Arsenic monitoring results
Locke blue water project        Our current level of arsenic is approximately 32ppb , the
                                new regulation requires that the water not exceed levels
Vaquero Farms - TTHM            will not meet contact time
Compliance
Arsenic Treatment               This water system has one well and no backup water
                                supply source. The only well is ~30 years old, does not
Sidhu Mobile Park Water         The average of 4 sample results from the water system
System                          is 12 ug/L, exceeding the new MCL for arsenic of 10
Arsenic treatment facilitiy     The parks well that provides water is now over the mcl
                                for arsenic and must be lowered to a 10 and the the
Harris Farms Horse Division     The DPH inspection report dated December 2007 listed
CT Improvements                 deficiencies for the treatment plant, including
Contruct Arsenic Treatment      Well exceeds the revised arsenic MCL of 10 ppb.
Plant
Cedar Valley Mutual-Arsenic     Water system is located in the mountain areas of
removal from single             Madera County. Water system is served by a single
New Well                        Well No. 2 does not meet the revised arsenic MCL of 10
                                ppb.
Willow Berm Marina Water        The problem is the ansenic level is above new EPA
System                          drinking water standards in the willow berm marina
Treatment of water source for Both water wells exceed the EPA MCL for Gross Alpha
removal of radionuclides        and Uranium of 15 pCi/l and 20 pCi/l, respectively. A
Water Treatment System           The Lands of Promise water system is a rural water
Installation                     system supplied by 6 small wells. The community is
Water Source Improvement         We have arsenic at 22ppb in our primary water source.
Project
                                 Only well contaminated with uranium above MCL.
                                 System experienced water outages in past. Water
Well Replacement,                The project proposes to replace two wells contaminated
Radionuclide Contamination       with radionuclides. The two contaminated wells
Robbins Water System             Sutter County WWD#1 is currently in violation of federal
Arsenic Treatment                Arsenic Rule due to the exceedance of the maximum
                                 Well does not meet drinking water standard for uranium

CCWD #1 Arsenic Removal          Arsenic in the Grimes community water system well
System                           water exceeds the current federal standard of 10 ppm.
Uranium Contamination            The water supply is contaminated with gross alpha and
                                 uranium levels that exceed the MCL's.
Lebec - New Well                 Current wells are in marginal compliance with MCL's for
                                 uranium and fluoride, if an existing well exceeds a
Surface Water Treatment          The Kettleman City Community Services District
Plant                            (KCCSD) has a Compliance Order for Noncompliance
Santa Nella County Water         The existing Water treatment plant is a package plant
District Water Treatment Plant   built in 1988 that has been evaluated by an engineering
City of Huron Design and         The City of Huron (City) owns and operates a water
Construction of WTP Facilities   treatment plant (WTP) to provide treated drinking water
City of Redding Arsenic          The Environmental Protection Agency has set the
Removal Enterprise Wells         Arsenic standard for drinking water at 10 parts per
Calico Ghost Town Water          The water system at the park site is over 40 years old
System Improvements              and although newer wells been installed recently as the
Construction of new water        Source Water Information:The source of water for both
treatment facility               irrigation and domestic use are two existing wells. The
San Benancio School Filtration   The San Benancio Middle School, 43 San Benancio Rd.
Plant for Arsenic removal        Salinas, CA 93908, water system serves 2 schools, San
pleasant valley school           Pleasant Valley School district has its own water
                                 source... Water well in a rural setting which supplies
Filtration Water System          The Gratton School Water System exceeds the arsenic
                                 maximum contaminant level. California Code of
Piute Mountain School Well       Currently our well exceeds Flouride levels, and when
                                 levels change the end of this year our Arsenic levels will
Oak Creek Intermediate           Water system is served by two wells. One well is used
School-Uranium Removal           as a "standby" source. Uranium levels in the wells are
well replacement and             Exceedance of chemical MCL, Arsenic. Under Do Not
treatment plant construction     Drink Order. This Notice is currently in effect
Oak Valley Union School          The average arsenic levels from the last five tests is
District Safe Drinking Water     approximately 18. Because the MCL was lowered from
La Vina School-arsenic           Single source water system with arsenic level over the
removal                          Federal Arsenic MCL of 10 ppb. Arsenic level is 10.7
Isolation of North Fork School   The North Fork School Water System is fed by two
well 1 for potable use.          wells. Well #1 is 1200 ‗ deep with excellent water quality
Treatment for Arsenic            The water source for the system has exceeded the
Removal                          Arsenic MCL based on a Running Annual Average of
Manteca USD - French Camp        The average of 4 sample results of the source well in
School                           2007 was 17.75 ug/L, and exceeds the new MCL for
Howard Elementary School-        Dibromochloropropane (DBCP) is over the MCL for the
Dibromochloropropane over        water system's only source. DBCP levels was 0.71 ug/L
Manteca USD - Nile Garden        The average of 4 sample results of the well in 2006 and
                                 2007 was 23.75 ug/L for arsenic, and exceeds the new
Edgewater MHP Arsenic            The well has been identified as having a level of arsenic
Correction                       in excess of the 10 ppm as defined by the EPA.
North Well Arsenic Treatment     The North Well is the sole source of drinking water for
Pilot Study                      the Country Villa Apartments community (80 residents).
Mitchell's Avenue MHP            Water Quality from Well #1 has ARSENIC
                                 concentrations that exceed the 0.50 milligrams per liter
Arsenic Removal                  Exceeding the federal arsenic MCL. Manganese MCL is
                                 also being exceeded. Need to provide treatment, new
Drill new well                   Uranium above MCL

Doubletree Ranch HOA Water       The Doubletree Water system is currently operating
System Arsenic Mitigation        under a Compliance Order from Contra Costa Health
RMWC New Well - Number 3;        Round Mountain Water Company is currently in violation
Uranium Mitigation               of the MCL for uranium in Well 001. CDPH has directed
Cartridge Type Arsenic           Arsenic in source water at 16 ug/L.
Removal
Lancaster Park Mobile Home       Water Quality from Well #1 has ARSENIC
Park                             concentrations that exceed the 0.50 milligrams per liter
                                 Well exceeds chromium and cadmium MCL.

Arsenic removal for            We have an arsenic quality standard failure. We are
compliance with new MCL        required to issue a quarterly notice to all water
                               Arsenic Level in the main well (Well 03) is close to the
                               new federal arsenic MCL of 10 ug/L.
Adding treatment plant for     Our drilled well exceeds the MCL for arsenic, public
arsenic and lead               notification is being done quarterly to our users and in
Arsenic removal & waterline    Failure to meet the Arsenic Safe Drinking Water
replacement                    Standard of 10 PPM. Well #1 has an arsenic level of 24
                               SYSTEM WELLS EXCEED THE URANIUM AND
                               RADIUM MCLS.
Trailer Isle MHP Safe Drinking The Trailer Isle Mobile Home Park provides water to its
Water Feasibility Study        residents near the unincorporated Tulare County
Arsenic Treatment Facility     Arsenic in source water at 13 ug/L.

Mettler Valley Mutual            Water Quality from Well #1 has ARSENIC
                                 concentrations that exceed the 0.50 milligrams per liter
                                 SYSTEM WELLS EXCEED THE URANIUM MCL.

Arsenic Water Treatment Plant The Pla-Vada Community Association (Association)
and Raw Water Pipeline        received an Administrative Order (Order) dated 30
Krista Water Well Project     The Krista Mutual Water Company's only well has high
                              levels of Fluoride (2 ppm = 3 month average) and is the
                              System will exceed the new federal arsenic standard of
                              10 ug/L.
New Well and Water            The existing water supply facilities for Caruthers include
Treatment Facility            four (4) wells, Numbers 1, 3, 4, and 5. Well No. 1 (flow
Arsenic treatment plant       Arsenic in the system wells is above the new federal
                              MCL of 10 ug/L,
Arsenic Removal System        Arsenic level in twowells are high (0.039 mg/l)

arsenic treatment                 Existing water wells in Cache Creek currently blend the
                                  groundwater together and provide water to Mojave. The
Hilmar County Water District      The District presently has two wells (which provide
Arsenic Treatment                 100% of their water) with arsenic concentrations that
Turlock Irrigation District (TID) The City provides potable water service by extracting
Turnout No. 3                     from the Turlock groundwater basin via five active
Arsenic treatment for Wells 8 Rosamond CSD has four wells and all of them are 10
&9                                ug/l or higher for arsenic, thereby exceeding the new
Garzoli Water Well Arsenic        The Garzoli water well is the City's primary water supply
Treatment                         well. It is located in the City of McFarland in Kern
Browning Rd Storage Tank          The City of McFarland currently has three active water
and Booster Pumping Plant         supply wells. One of the wells is above the chemical
Kern Citrus 600,000 Gallon        The District has two 210,000-gallon water storage tanks
Water Tank                        that were erected in the late 1950's that have exceeded
Heath No. 1 Well Arsenic        The Heath No. 1 water well is a 1,000 gpm well in the
Treatment                       west area of the Vaughn Water Company system. It is
Well Replacement - Smyrna       Smyrna well exceeds uranium and nitrate maximum
                                contaminant levels (MCL). Arsenic and manganese are
Repairs to Arsenic and          The City Arsenic and Manganese Well Head treatment
Manganese Treatment Plant       plant requires upgrades to improve reliablity, online
City of Ceres Replacement       The City of Ceres needs two new wells to replace the
Wells Project                   currently active wells numbers 19 and 22. These wells
                                Eighteen of the City's nineteen wells will exceed
                                proposed 10 ug/L arsenic MCL.
Back Basin Blending Pipeline Two active groundwater production wells, originally used
for Arsenic Contaminated        for domestic water supply, have been shut down
WELLHEAD TREATMENT              Wellhead treatment is required for the following two City
[Center & Palmyrita Wells]      of Riverside (City) projects:1. Center Street Well –
Miller's Hill Pipeline Project  New water lines to transport the potable quality water
                                from west side of property (well #3) to the potable tank.
Barry Elementary School well This public school water system is in violation of CH&SC
arsenic treatment project       Section 64432(a) relating to exceeding the arsenic MCL.
                                EXCEED THE COPPER ACTION LEVEL IN THE
                                DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM.
MCWD: Lake Mary Treatment Mammoth Community Water District (MCWD)
Plant Corrosion Control Project customers have seen a continued exceedence of the
Golden Heights Water            The project will address arsenic treatment for the
Treatment Facility Phase 3      existing Golden Heights water treatent facility and the
Kost Well Project               Most of the City of Galt wells have historically required
                                iron and manganese treatment to meet state drinking
Tract 327 Mutual Water          Tract 327 Mutual Water Company, since mandatory
Company New Well Proposal monitoring has been initiated has experienced high
TTHM Planning Study             The Water System has received Compliance Order No.
                                03-12-08O-033, issued October 31, 2008. The Water
Mendota Disinfection            Did not meet treatment requirement (disinfection)
compliance
Water Treatment Plant           The Panoche Water District (PWD) received a
Modifications                   Compliance Order for Noncompliance of Total
North Well Arsenic Treatment Country Villa Apartments, built in 1950 in an
Facility                        unincorporated area of Stanislaus County, has a single
Consildation with Vaughn        Arsenic above the new EPA MCL
water company
Arsenic removal treatment           We need to remove the Arsenic in the our water so
plant                           that we are under 10parts per billion which is the EPA
Arsenic Treatment               This very small community PWS (15 connections) has
                                only one water source and it tested above the standard
Shady Oak Mobile Home Park Contaminants have been discovered during routine
Water Treatment                 testing. Laboratory testing showed higher than normal
TTHM Planning Study             The Water System has received Compliance Order No.
                                03-12-08O-028, issued October 30, 2008 for
TTHM Planning Study             The Water System has received Compliance Order No.
                                03-12-08O-034, issued November 3, 2008. The Water
Del Sol Water - High Uranium - Del Sol Water Coop has a single well that produces
Treatment, Consolidation, or    water that contains uranium at a level exceeding the
Loch Haven Mutual Water         The Loch Haven Mutual Water Company is currently out
Company - Arsenic Treatment of compliance with the State of California Arsenic
Mahal Apts.- New well           This water system serves a low income community ,
construction                    dependent on a single source that exceeds the MCL for
Coalinga Disinfection           Did not meet treatment requirements (disinfection)
compliance
Arsenic Problem Solution        Source water exceeds MCL for arsenic.

TTHM Planning Study             The Water System has received Compliance Order No.
                                03-12-08O-023, issued October 30, 2008. A sample
To bring water treatment        Install carbon filter for THM removal and new pressure
system up to state standards    tank system
Fluoride Contamination          GRANT APPLICATION FOR NEW WELL TO
Solution/New Well               CORRECT FLUORIDE CONTAMINANT PROBLEM,
Arsenic Problem Solution        Source water exceeds arsenic MCL.

Internal Water System an        Countryside exceeds MCL for ARSNIC see attached out
Arsnic Treatment Project        of compliance letter.Letter of 11/21/2007 from
Inconnection to the City of     Arsenic exceeds Federal MCL of 10 ppb
Hanford
Rancho Marina                   Current water source is secure. The project will address
                                a facility to treat increased levels of iron and manganese
Rancho Marina Water             Water source is well system. The raw water exceeds
Treatment System and Water      contamiment levels for arsenic, nitrate, nitrite and other
Design & Construct Source       Vierra Meadows Mutual Water Co. has 2 ground water
Water Arsenic Treatment         wells. They are both contaminated with Arsenic, a
Langley/Valle Pacifico Well     The wells that provide water to the Langley/Valle
Replacement/Pipeline Project    Pacifico system all contain arsenic. The largest and
Arsenic/Cadmium Treatment       Arsenic and cadmium over MCL

Mesa del Toro MWC #1         There are two wells that provide water to thirty five
                             homes. From the wells, the water is sent to three
New well to augment single   System supplied by one well. If it goes out due to
well                         drought the system will be out of water.
Tie-in to Rosamond CSD due Water system has only one source. The sole source
to Arsenic in Water Supply   source is a well that produces water with arsenic in
North Trails Mutual Water Co Water Quality from 7 wells exceeds the maximum
                             contaminant level for nitrate, uranium, gross alpha. The
TTHM Planning Study          The Water System has received Compliance Order No.
                             03-23-09O-023, dated October, 2009. The Water
Replace storage tank --      after an inspection by peter newbaum,we need a new
another water source for     holding tank and storage tank,also either a new well or
Britz Colusa TIC Water       The source of water for the Britz Colusa system is
Treatment System             surface water delivered by Westland‘s Water District
Tahoma Meadows Mutual        Our current arsenic levels are approximately 20-25 ppb
Water Company Arsenic        and we need to reduce that to below the EPA MCL for
Catalina Street Pump Owners System is small operation in the Orange County
Consolidation Project        Groundwater basin and surrounded by the Santa Ana
Arsenic Treatment System     The system received a Notice of Non-Compliance for
                             Federal Arsenic MCL Violation from the County of
TTHM Planning Study          The Water System has received Compliance Order No.
                             03-23-09O-022 in October 2009 The Water System
                             Well water has high radioactivity.

TTHM Planning Study             The Water System has received Compliance Order 03-
                                12-08O-009, issued April 29, 2008. The Water System
Assess alternate water          All 5 wells that served WWD 40 have been
sources for WWD 40              contaminated with uranium, nitrates, or run dry. As a
New well or Water source or     Average arsenic level in the Keeler Well Water for the
treatment                       years of 2002/2003 is 68 ppb, which exceeds the
New Well                        Main well exceeds the uranium MCL. Also, the system
                                has insufficient source capacity.
Enter Project Name              Uranium exceeds MCL in Well 2, lack of back-up
                                source.
Wells 1 & 2 arsenic treatment   Exceedance of a Chemical MCL and public notification
project                         is currently in effect.
Tucker Acres Mutual Water       Water quality: The primary well exceeds the standards
Arsenic and Chromium            for arsenic, chromium, color, iron, manganese, odor and
Oxbow Marina Mutual Water       The EPA has set the Arsenic standards for drinking
Co. - Treated Water             water at 10 parts per billion to protect consumers served
Uranium Removal/Treatment     Category G - violation of uranium mcl. Currently under
Plant                         notification to users
St Anthony                    Violation of arsenic level standards-filtration device is
                              needed to treat water and provide ongoing monorting.
Water system consolidation to Community water system currently exceeds arsenic
meet groundwater regulatory MCL and has been issued a California Department of
Sunbird Mobilehome Park       Sunbird Mobilehome Park services approxamently 300
                              people. We have tested for arsenic annually, we are
Construct Arsenic Treatment Well exceeds the revised arsenic MCL of 10 ppb.
Plant
Arsenic Removal               South Kaweah Mutual water supply comes from three
                              wells in the same vicinity. The long-term average
TTHM Planning Study           The Water System has received Compliance Order No.
                              03-12-08O-021, issued October 30, 2008. The Water
Construction of a New Robbins The Sutter County – Water Works District No. 1
Water Treatment Plant and     (WWD#1) is responsible for providing water service to
Arsenic Treatment             Funding for arsenic treatment: Well #1.

Replace Nitrate machine        Nitrate machine (I.S.E.P) is approximately 15 years old.
(I.S.E.P)                      We need an updated machine to pump 40-50 gallons
                               ARSENIC > MCL. NO BACK-UP SYSTEM.
                               INADEQUATE PRESSURE FIRE CONTROL.
Water System Consolidation     High Priority - Water system is on the brink of exceeding
                               allowable arsenic limits in drinking water. Nitrate levels
Treatment Plant Out Of         1. Since December 28, 2006 HWC has been in
Comliance And TTHM             viotation of TTHMs. Have received Violation Notices.
Consolidation of Lake Morena Lake Morena Views water system consistantly exceeds
Views with Lake Morena Oak the MCL for uranium and nitrates requiring continued
Reactivate arsenic treatment Arsenic contamination at 30 ppb, naturally occurring in
plant                          ground water. Two existing wells are tied to Arsenic
TTHM Planning Study            The Water System has received Compliance Order No.
                               03-12-08O-022, issued October 30, 2008. The Water
Allensworth Arsenic            Allensworth Community Services District is equipped
Compliance Project             with two drinking water wells and a 42,000-gallon
Well replacement, distribution POSITIVE BACT TESTS, LACK OF WATER SOURCE
system replacement             RESULTING IN OUTAGES. (Reranked from E to G
DBP precursor treatment        The water system relies on surface water collected in a
                               rewood forest which is treated with slow-sand filtration
Arsenic treatment              The District owns and operates two 400-gpm drinking
improvements for Grimes, CA water wells that have an average arsenic concentrations
NEWD, Trailer Park & Dunes North Edwards Water District "NEWD" (Public), Dunes
Water System Consolidation     Apartments and Fountain trailer park (Both private)
                               Standby source unable to meet New EPA Arsenic and
                               Uranium Standard of 10 ug/L
Treatment for arsenic          Arsenic above the new EPA MCL

Sultana CSD Safe Drinking   The Sultana Community Services District serves the
Water Project               small Tulare County community of Sultana with drinking
                            We have had problems with uranium in the two existing
Fillippini Spring water line and
booster station.            wells. We believe the quality of water available from
Water Treatment Facilities  The Inverness Public Utility District (IPUD) is in non-
Improvements: Control of    compliance with treated drinking-water maximum
                            Fluoride level in the newly developed well necessary to
                            maintain increasing demand are above allowable MCL
Pinon Pines MWC Water       Water provided by the system exceeds the allowable
Treatment Plant Regulatory  MCL of fluoride. Blending with another well does not
Cuyama CSD - Water Supply - The project will bring the District's Arsenic Treatment
Arsenic Removal Treatment   Plant into compliance. Presently, the District is in
                            Water supply will not comply with proposed MCL for
                            Arsenic if below 20 ppb.
Improving Water Quality in theDistrict 21 is a small community water system serving
Kagel Canyon West Tank        residents living in Kagel Canyon, in an unincorporated
Improving Water Quality in theDistrict 21 is a small community water system serving
Kagel Canyon East Tank        residents living in Kagel Canyon, in an unincorporated
Arsenic Treatment for the WildWild Wings County Service Area Public Water System
Wings County Service Area     is experiencing a problem with Arsenic contamination in
Installation of ozonation     Watershed subject to significant Cryptosporidium
facilities                    contamination hazards from cattle ranches and feed lots
Filter and UV disinfection    The purpose of the project is to reliably meet current
upgrade                       and future turbidity and giardia/cryptosporidium
Wells 1,3,4 and 5 Arsenic     The community water system has four groundwater
treatment plan                wells that supply approximately 500 service
Arsenic Compliance and        The California Department of Public Health has issued a
Consoidation Project          Notice of Non-Compliance for the Districts Well #4
Pratt MWC Water System         The Pratt Mutual Water Company provides domestic
Intertie/Consolidation Projectwater to the unincorporated Tulare County community of
Well 05 Arsenic Treatment     Arsenic levels in excess of the MCL in the drinking
                              water for Caruthers Community Service District.
Wells 1, 2A, 3A Arsenic       The current water system utilizes four wells (1, 2A, 3A
Treatment                     and 4) to provide the water supply for the community.
Oakhurst-Sierra Lakes         Treatment for Uranium: On September 8, 1997, the
2010007 Uranium-Arsenic       Department of Health Services (DHS) issued Hillview
Water Treatment Plant         HRCSD owns and operates a water treatment plant that
Improvements for Disinfection receives water from Lake Nacimiento through the outlet
Arsenic Treatment             Arsenic levels in excess of the MCL for drinking water.

                                 WELL 4 EXCEEDS DBCP MCL

Improve and expand The           Phase III Water Treatment Plant up-grade from 2MGD
Water Treatment Plant            to 6MGD.Problems:-The Potable water exceeded the
Clarification Basin Building     The district is currently out of compliance with our
Completion                       Trihalomethanes (THM). They are above the Drinking
Water treatment plant            City of Dos PalosWater Treatment Plant Replacement
replacement project              ProjectThe existing water treatment facility is over 60
Keyes CSD Arsenic Treatment      The District has four groundwater wells which provide
                                 100% of the water for the District. These four wells
                                 Corrosion causing copper exceedance

Airport Wells' LCR Compliance    Montara Water and Sanitary District (District) obtains 60
Project                          percent of its potable water from three groundwater
Turlock Irrigation District      The City currently relies on groundwater for its sole
Turnout (TID) No. 2              source of supply. The City is currently under a
Hughson Well 6 Arsenic           well 6 arsenic exceeds 10 ppb
Treatment
Pajaro/Sunny Mesa                Pajaro/Sunny Mesa Community Services District's
Community Services District      (PSMCSD) proposed single regional project to resolve
Well 6 & Well 7 Arsenic          Water System problem is in violation of U.S. EPA
Treatment System                 Arsenic Rule of 10 ppb at two System Wells, #06 & #07.
Arsenic Supply Alternatives-     Problem:
New Source Development           The Helendale Community Services District assumed
Improving Water Quality in the   The Los Angeles County Waterworks District No. 40
116th St. Tank                   receives its water supply from the Antelope Valley-East
Improving Water Quality in the   The Los Angeles County Waterworks District No. 40
Littlerock Tank                  receives its water from the Antelope Valley-East Kern
Arsenic treatment for Well 7     Rosamond CSD has four wells and all of them are 10
                                 ug/l or higher for arsenic, thereby exceeding the new
Planning Project - Rosamond      Arsenic et al
consolidation of small water
RCSD Regional CDPH Arsenic RCSD is planning to annex the following: William Fisher
Compliance Project           Memorial Water System (WFM), First Mutual MWC, and
Removal of Arsenic and          Well 21 was recently constructed. the well has bacteria
Bacteria from Well 21           contamination and the groundwater also does not met
Arsenic Reduction Faclity, City The City of Lathrop Groundwater wells provide a
of Lathrop Municipal Water      groundwater which does not meet the new drinking
Water Mains from Water          The City of Lathrop current groundwatter supply does
wells, 6, 7 8 9 and 10 to the   not met the new drinking water regulations for arsenic
Well 14 Relocation              Lamont Public Utility District Well # 14 was taken off line
                                due to excessively high arsenic and a collapsed casing.
OVWC Well No. 3 Perchlorate The Orange Vale Water Company (OVWC) is located in
Treatment Project               northeast Sacramento County, encompasses
El Carro Well Rehabilitation    Water Quality: The Carpinteria Valley Water District
Project                         relies on surface water sources and groundwater
Arsenic Treatment Project-      The project will address arsenic treatment at 4 city
Carillion, Golden Heights,      ground water treatment plants where 5 of the City's
Bluebird Replacement Well       The Town of Windsor is currently facing potential
System Evaluation and Hook- cutbacks to its primary water supply, the Russian River,
Esposti Park Replacement        The Town of Windsor is currently facing potential
Well Evaluation and Hook-Up cutbacks to its primary water supply, the Russian River,
Regional Consolidation Project- Nitrate and/or arsenic in wells of adjacent water systems
planning phase
New Construction - Arsenic      Four of the 11 active wells in the District's system
Treatment and Blending          exceed the 10 ug/L arsenic maximum contaminent level
Arsenic Remediation - New       The City of Hanford is currently under an Administrative
Water Well and Distribution     Order (Docket #PWS-AO-2006-028) under the authority
Well-Head Arsenic Treatment Several City drinking water wells have arsenic levels
                                that are close to the MCL of 10 ppb and they currently
Well 5 and 9 Replacement        Wells 5 and 9 have been abandoned due to the cost of
                                installing arsenic treatment and security upgrades
Ozone/CO2 addition to the       The historical DBP data from the existing sample sites
Cater Water Treatment Plant shows that when the LRAA goes into effect, the City of
Improving Water Quality in the Los Angeles County Waterworks District No. 40
M-7W Tank                       receives its water from the Antelope Valley-East Kern
Improving Water Quality in the The Los Angeles County Waterworks District No. 40
M-5E Tanks                      receives its water from the Antelope Valley-East Kern
Improving Water Quality in the The Los Angeles County Waterworks District No. 40
Ana Verde Tanks                 receives its water supply from the Antelope Valley-East
Arsenic Treatment in Well 4-83 This project targets arsenic contamination in drinking
                                water. Arsenic has been shown to negatively impact
Arsenic Treatment in Well 4-84 This project targets arsenic contamination in drinking
                                water. Arsenic has been shown to negatively impact
Improving Water Quality in the Los Angeles County Waterworks District No. 40
P-10W Tanks                     receives its water from the Antelope Valley-East Kern
Improving Water Quality in the The Los Angeles County Waterworks District No. 40
Rancho Vista Tanks              receives its water from the Antelope Valley-East Kern
Arsenic treatment in Well 4-82 This project targets arsenic contamination in drinking
                                water. Arsenic has been shown to negatively impact
Improving Water Quality in the Los Angeles County Waterworks District No. 40
M8-75W Tanks                    receives its water from the Antelope Valley-East Kern
Improving Water Quality in the Los Angeles County Waterworks District No. 40
City Ranch North Tanks          receives its water from Antelope Valley-East Kern Water
Improving Water Quality in the Los Angeles County Waterworks District No. 40
Tierra Subida Tanks             receives its water from the Antelope Valley-East Kern
Brethren Heritage School        The running average of Arsenic levels at Brethren
PreApp                          Heritage School Water System exceeds the EPA MCL
larsen office upgrade           to design and install water treatment for the removal of
                                aluminum and other more minor contaminates from well
Winship Elementary School       Our water exceeds the MCL for arsenic.
Pre-Application
Episcopal Church of the Good Water System is contaminated with arsenic, and is
Shepherd in Corral de Tierra    therefore a hazard for anyone to drink, and even use to
          Sunset Moulding Co - Arsenic      The Sunset Moulding water system is a non-transient
          Removal Project                   non-community water system serving the employees of
          Pope Valley School DBP            High disinfection by-products present in surface water
          Project                           tratment resulting in exceeding HAA-5 and TTHM limits
          Lead and Copper                   Lead testing since 1999 shows exceedences of the Pb
          Improvement Plan                  action level of 0.015 in 5 of 7 rounds of testing. School
          Arsenic filtration and removal    The Cypress Community Church water system is a
          for Cypress Community             small water system serving a community church and pre-
          Well treatment plant              The arsenic level at this school site does not meet the
          Installation                      requirements of the County of Sacramento
          WUSD Water System Grant           Washington Union School is located in a rural setting in
          WU                                the Corral de Tierra area of Monterey County. It serves
          Bates Elementary School           The drinking water at Bates Elementary School is well
          Arsenic Remediation Project       over the acceptable limit for arsenic. Students and staff
          Elevated arsenic levels           On November 3, 2009, the Franklin Elementary School
          Franklin School - Planning        District had an arsenic concentrtion of 13.9 ug/l. Since
          Palo Verde School Safe            Palo Verde School's well has historically tested high in
          Drinking Water Project            arsenic levels. Recent tests in 2005 and 2007 have
ON UNION HIGH SCHOOL                        DBCP detectable in wells 1 & 3; cross-connections
                                            throughout campus btw domestic & irrigation supplies;
          Well Replacement Easton           Washington Union High School is located in Fresno
          High School & Stadium             County at 6041 S. Elm Avenue in the unincorporated
          Yosemite High School-             Water system has three wells, two are active and one is
          uranium, flouride and arsenic not connected to the system. The well is not connected
          Connect Jean Harvie               According to the Sacramento County Environmental
          Community Center water            Management Department, the Jean Harvie Community
          Arsenic treatment project         Our water system exceeds the MCL for arsenic. We
                                            have published the public notice as required by the
          Install Arsenic filtration &      The SPCA water system is a small non-transient, non-
          removal for SPCA Water            community water system serving an animal shelter and
          Laguna Seca Drinking Water We have received notice from the Monterey County
          Filtration System Installation    Environmental Health Department that we exceed the
          Replacement of Customer           Sierra Bella distribution system does not meter water
          Service Boxes                     usage at the customer level. As a result, it is difficult to
          Lanare Meters, Storage Tank Lanare CommunityServices District provides water to
          Clean-up, Well to Tank Line by- the community of Lanare. Demands on the water
          Water Meter Installation          Del Rey Community Services District (District) provides
          Project                           a variety of services including water to the community of
          Electronic Water Meter            The Terra Bella Irrigation District (District) furnishes
          Reading Project                   potable water to residential users located in the District's
          Cutler PUD Water Meter            The Cutler PUD provides water to the town of Cutler and
          Installation Project              its residents. Water is supplied by two deep (approx
          Water Conservation and            75% of the District's customers are upon a flat rate
          Metering Project                  billing system. It is estimated that the District's water
          Orange Cove Water Meter           The City of Orange Cove is ranked as one to the five
          Imovements                        poorest communities in the State of California. Per the
          Farmersville Water Meter          The City of Farmersville serves a disadvantaged
          Installation                      population of approximately 10,500 residents. The
                                            GENERALLY NON-METERED, HOWEVER, NEW
                                            DEVELOPMENTS ARE METERED. THE METERED
          Trinity Knolls MWC Water          Trinity Knolls MWC supplies their 61 connections (one
          Meter Installations               includes a very large campground) with groundwater
K HIGHLANDS MUTUAL WATER CO                 Need to limit water consumption and to allocate charges
                                            related to individual consumption.
          Las Deltas Water Meter            The Las Deltas Mutual Water Company is seeking
          Project                           funding to place meters on all of its customers. The
          Trinity Center Install individual The water system is not currently metered and revenue
          meters to all service             is collected based on a flat rate. The system
          Le Grand Community Service Le grand Community Services DistrictWater Meter
          District Meter Project            Projectthe District does not have any of its water service
             Install water meters         The City is in an area that for the last several years has
                                          experienced an overdraft of our water aquifer. We have
             Reservoir B replacement      The District's "B" Reservoir is a hypalon-covered
                                          reservoir that needs to be improved or replaced.
             Water meter installation     Commercial and industrial businesses are not currently
             project for commercial and   metered and require meters to properly determine water
                                          Potential for water outages due to aged transmission
                                          line and storage tank.
             Meter Idler Conversions To   Water metering, mandated water quality compliance
             Water Meters                 issues and the need for water conservation is costly and
             Residential Water Meter      The passage of California Assembly Bill 514 requires
             Retrofit                     that all users of federal Central Valley Project water
                                          The existing flat rate water system does not support
                                          water conservation and is not equitable in terms of user
             Add Water Meters to Mariposa Due to Assembly Bill AB 975 Mariposa Pines Mutual
             Pines Water Water System     Water Co., Inc. will be required to install 120 water
             Residental water meters      Monitor water usage at each individual space.

             Water Meter Installation       The current water system does not include water
                                            meters, leading to increased water usage by the
Community Ser. Dist.                        71 SERVICES HAVE NO METERS.

             Service Meter Installation     System does not have meters. Customers pay a flat rate
             Project                        which is included in their monthly home owners
             Robbins Water Meter            The existing distribution system for the Community of
             Installation Project           Robbins currently charges its customers a flat monthly
             Water Meter Installation       The current water system does not include water
                                            meters, leading to increased water usage by the
             Water Meter Installation       The current water system does not include water
                                            meters, leading to increased water usage by the
             Water Meter Installation       The current water system does not include water
                                            meters, leading to increased water usage by the
             Herlong water meter program Install 260 meters on existing homes. 155 homes are
                                            non metered and the Distrcit bills the CSD from which
             Water Meter Installation       The current water system does not include water
                                            meters, leading to increased water usage by the
             Terrace emergency tie and      System currently experiences frequent failures due to
             system conservation            old and failing lines. During failures there is no backup
             Terrace Water Co. Meter        Terrace Water Company is seeking install meters on the
             Installation                   entire system. The entire Terrace Water Company
             Water Main Replacement         The current system has no water meters and
                                            approximately 50,000 linear feet of 4-inch steel pipes
             Bass Lake System Upgrades February 25, 2009Bass Lake Water CompanyFederal
                                            Economic Recovery Fund ProjectsPossible Projects1.
             DS Flume Replacement           The "DS Flume Replacement Project" is to replace eight
             Project                        existing lennon (open metal) flumes, supported by
             Shafter Water System Meter     Regulations adopted per the passage of State Assembly
             Upgrade and Retrofit           Bill 2572 require that the City use meters currently
             Elimination of Zone 1 Floating Problem 1: The City‘s existing floating cover reservoirs
             Cover Reservoirs               are antiquated and vulnerable. Floating covers have
             Water Meter Installation --    South Tahoe Public Utility District (STPUD) has 14,000
             Phase 5                        water service connections in the disadvantaged
             Water Meter Installation:      South Tahoe Public Utility District (STPUD) has 14,000
             Phase 2                        water service connections in the disadvantaged
             Water Meter Installation --    South Tahoe Public Utility District (STPUD) has 14,000
             Phase 3                        water service connections in the disadvantaged
             Water Meter Installation -     South Tahoe Public Utility District (STPUD) has 14,000
             Phase 4                        water service connections in the disadvantaged
                                            System has water conservation problem.
         CSA-44 FAIROAKS, METERS exThe CSA-44 Fairoaks Water System provides
                                 domestic drinking water and fire protection to a 360
GARDENS MWC                      System currently not metered

           Denair Community Services           The Denair CSD is currently operation as a flat rate
           District 2009 Water Meter           municipal provider of domestic water. The District will
           Mokelumne Acres                     The Mokelumne Acres water system provides domestic
           Maintenance District Meters         drinking water to 1140 connection residential subdivision
           Waterford Citywide Meter            The City of Waterford Water System is owned and
           Installation                        operated by the City of Modesto. The water system for
           GDPUD Meter Replacement             Replace water meters throughout distribution system

           Meter Retrofit Program              The city currently possesses sufficient groundwater
                                               resources to meet average demands; however, the
           Installation of Residential water   Need for meters to encourage conservation of water
           meters and study of water           and to change billing from flat rate to use based. Also,
           Distribution meters                 LBWC currently has no customer meters in their
                                               system. Only recently have meters been added to the
           Ione WTP Clear Well Cover           A blue, 9,160 square-foot, hypalon cover encloses the
           Replacement - Geodesic              750,000-gallon, 108-foot diameter Ione clearwell. The
           Tanner Water Treatment Plant        A 40,170 square-foot, tan, polyethylene cover protects
           Clearwell Cover Replacement         treated water stored in the 2-million gallon Tanner
           CAWP Ranch House Storage            A 8,200 square foot hypalon cover encloses an existing
           Tank Replacement                    750,000-gallon conical shaped, partially recessed
           CAWP Jackson Pines Storage          A 2,400 square foot hypalon cover encloses an existing
           Tank Replacement                    270,000-gallon conical shaped, partially recessed
           Water Meter Installation            The project is intended to meet California State law,
           Upgrade Phase 2                     Assembly Bill 2572, that requires all cities to install water
           Carmichael Water District La        To date, five of the eight Carmichael Water District
           Vista Well and Tank                 (District) groundwater supply wells have been impacted
           El Dorado Irrigation District       Reservoir is covered with a floating cover which is
                                               defective.
           El Dorado Irrigation District       Reservoir is protected with a floating cover, which has
                                               defects.
           El Dorado Irrigation District       Reservoir is covered with a floating cover which is
                                               defective.
           El Dorado Irrigation District       Reservoir is covered with a floating cover, which has
                                               defects.
           El Dorado Irrigation District       Reservoir is covered with a floating cover which is
                                               defective.
           Meter Retrofit for Water            The 1994 Assembly Bill (AB) 2572 requires all California
           System located in                   water utilities that receive water from the Central Valley
           Water Meter Retrofit Project        The District currently has approximately 32,550 single-
                                               family residential lots that remain un-metered. These
           Meter Retrofit for the              The 1994 Assembly Bill (AB) 2572 requires all California
           Northgate Water System              water utilities that receive water from the Central Valley
           Skinner Treatment Plant             The 630-mgd Skinner plant includes a 110-million gallon
           Finished Water Reservoir            finished water reservoir (FWR), which provides
           Distribution Line Replacement       There are no water meters in the distribution system.
           with Water Meters                   The distribution system is old, unreliable, and parts of it
           New water source                    The water system was built in the late 1940's. The
                                               existing 19 galvanized service connections are in
           Water meters                        Lack of water meters to reduce overall household water
                                               usage. Currently homeowners are on a flat rate and can
SIDE ESTATES MWC                               System needs water meters and protection from
                                               vandalism and trespassing.
           Dunneville Estates CSA#50           There are 30 residents in the CSA and one common lot.
           Well Project                        Average day demand is creating emergency low level
           Installation of water meters in     This water system has never been metered since its
           entire system to convert            inception in 1962 and has always billed the customers
West Goshen Water Meter          West Goshen Mutual Water Company's system is
Project                          overburdened. The community is unmetered; installing
Adams Springs Meter              Labor costs to have water meters installed
Installation Project
Install water meter & create     Excessive water consumption by customers
billing system
Water Meters                      Water conservation. This District is currently not
                                  metered. This project encourage conservation.
Edgerly Island Community          Currently the community water system is a Flat Rate
Water System Metering             payment by the homeowners. There is no incentive for
Water Conservation and            Very few of our customers are metered. Complete
metering project.                 Metering would encourage all to conserve. The cost of
TSVU service meter                The State of California's water users are requested, by
installation program              the Governor of California, to reduce water consumption
PINE GROVE METER                  The Pine Grove Water System is a private system that
PROJECT                           has been placed under court ordered receivership by
Slide Inn Snowbowl Water          Slide Inn Snowbowl Water Company is requesting your
Phase 3 - Water Meters            assistance to complete our Phase III Project - Actual
Water Meter Installation          185 customers of the District do not have water meters
                                  for the water delivered to these customers.
Metered Service Project -         The water meter project is designed to finish installing
Purchase/Install 90 Water         water meters throughout the Kono Tayee (County
Water Meter Installation          The community is under a mandate to install water
Project                           meters under California law. Water meters will allow
Water Meter Installation          Currrently the system is un-metered and only flat-rate
                                  service is offered. Project is to install drive-by remote-
Metering of homes in SVMWC The Squaw Valley Mutual Water Company (SVMWC)
area                              was built in the late 1950s and early 1960s in order to
Install Water Meters for all Flat Mar Vista Water Company (MVWC) facilities had
Rate Customers                    supplied water to residents of Forest Glen subdivision
Install water meters for 210      The Spreckels Water Company serves a small
residential connections -         unincorporated community in Monterey County. The
New Water Meter Installations We plan to install water meters for the service area
                                  controlled by Garden Acres Mutual Water Co.
Install water meters in all       Our problem is that we don't have water meters on the
homes.                            properties. We charge a flat rate and some homes are
new clearwell                     See Attached

Balance of Water Meter      e are in the process of going to the metering program
Installations               for our services, we have installed 630 Water Meters at
Meter Install               system has few metered services, it is believed that
                            system will be required to install meters soon. installing
Arsenic Mitigation and      The Bridgeport Public Utility District (BPUD) obtains
Associated Improvements     water from 3 groundwater wells within the community.
Enter Project Name          Storage reservoirs have floating covers which
                            apparently are no longer permitted by DHS.
Automatic Meter Reading     The District has leak detection issues relating to the
System                      customer and the water system. With the Fixed
Kerman Water Meter          The City of Kerman has embarked on a project to install
Replacement                 water meters throughout the City. To date, Kerman has
Water Meter Box Retrofit    The District subject to the requirements of AB 2572
Project                     regarding reading of water meters and the
Meter Retrofit for          The 1994 Assembly Bill (AB) 2572 requires all California
Mather/Sunrise Water System water utilities that receive water from the Central Valley
Water Meter retrofit and    This project is intended to meet California State law
installation Project        water code 525-529.7 that requires all cities to install
Enter Project Name          Reservoir has flexible floating cover which is defective.

Pollock Pines Reservoir          The District is currently under Compliance Order No. 01-
Floating Cover Replacement       09-98-ORD-001, Amendment No. 5 dated June 6, 2005.
             Reservoir 11 Floating Cover     The District is currently under Compliance Order No. 01-
             Replacement                     09-98-ORD-001, Amendment No. 5 dated June 6, 2005.
             SSWD - Water Meter Retrofits The District currently has approximately 32,550 single-
                                             family residential lots that remain un-metered. These
             Complete metering of water      Meter project is necessary to meet the requirements of
             system                          Assembly Bill 2572 by installing water meters on existing
             Glenridge Water Meter Project There are inequalities in the supply of water in a flat rate
                                             system. Since the water system has very slow or non-
             Water Treatment Plant           The Tuolumne Utilities District (TUD) currently operates
             Regionalization Study           14 separate DHS permitted water systems, 13 of which
             Monte Grande WTP                The Monte Grande water treatment plant serves
             Expansion and UV Installation approximately 538 customers in the Monte Grande,
             Willow Springs SWTP             The Crystal Falls SWTP and Willow Springs SWTP are
             Replacement                     operated at peak flows that exceed the allowable
             New Crystal Falls SWTP          The Crystal Falls SWTP operates at filtration rates that
                                             exceed the SWTR during peak demand periods.
             Water Treatment Plant           The existing surface water, direct filtration treatment
             Clarifier                       plant does not have sedimentation or clarification. A
             Tonyville Water Quality         The Lindsay-Strathmore Irrigation District (District)
             Improvement Project             provides water for domestic and/or agricultural irrigation
                                             Need to upgrade water treatment plant facility. System
                                             relies on prefiltration to meet disinfection requirements.
             Lake Camanche Surface           Numerous feasibility studies and engineering reports
             Water Treatment Plant           have been conducted over the past ten to fifteen years
             Install Backwash Holding Tank Recycled backwash water to headworks shall be
                                             restricted to 10% of total production
 Water Company                               Plant needs evaluation to identify components in need
                                             of improvements to meet CAP, including 55-yr old
             Sierra Pines Water Treatment The District owns and operates 14 water treatment
             Plant                           plants (WTP) that serve 13,000 treated water
             Unfiltered Backwash Water       Unfiltered surface water being used for backwashing
                                             filters at surface water treatment plant.
                                             Spikes in turbidity measurements when filter starts up
                                             after service interruptions. Some of the filter media is
gs Youth Facility                            Surface water treatment plant improvements are
                                             needed to comply with the Cryptosporidium Action Plan
NT CREEK MHP #15                             NEED TO INSTALL A STATIC MIXER, FILTER-TO-
                                             WASTE VALVE, BACKWASH METER, PLANT
             Phoenix ditch replacement       THE PHOENIX DITCH THAT SUPPLIES THE WTP IS
             shaws flat pipeline to phoenix CONTAMINATED FROM RUNOFF CAUSING THE
             CSA# 20 Soda Bay Water          The Soda Bay Water Treatment Facility treats surface
             System Infrastructure           water from Clear Lake to drinking water standards for
             Liquid Oxygen Supply System The North Lakeport Water Treatment Facility supplies
                                             water for customers within County Service Area #21.
             Ponderosa Hills UV Installation The Ponderosa water treatment plant serves
                                             approximately 1,430 customers in the Ponderosa Hills
             Willow Creek Surface Water      The domestic water supply for the Bass Lake Water
             Treatment Plant                 Company (BLWC) is provided by a direct filtration
             Columbia WTP UV Project         The Columbia water treatment plant serves
                                             approximately 3,653 customers in the Columbia and
                                             The District has prior to 'turn-of-the-century' surface
                                             water rights. Existing treamtent plant is D-rated due to
                                             Snow and Falls Creek System: Proposed EPA,
                                             Enhanced Surface Water Treatment Rule, will likely
                                             Chino Creek System: Proposed EPA, Enhanced
                                             Surface Water Treatment Rule, will likely render existing
             Construction of a 10 MG         Stockton East Water District wholesales treated water
             Clearwell                       from its Dr. Joe Waidhofer Water Treatment Plant to
             Construction of Additional 4    Stockton East Water District wholesales treated water
             Filters                         from its Dr. Joe Waidhofer Water Treatment Plant to
             0                             OLD PLANT NOT DESIGNED TO MEET
                                           REQUIREMENTS OF CRYPTOSPORIDIUM ACTION
Mobile Home Park                           Will not meet new regulations based on California
                                           Cryptosporidium Action Plan. Lack of separate
            Ponderosa WTP                  The Ponderosa water treatment plant serves
            Reconstruction                 approximately 1,430 customers in the Ponderosa Hills
                                           Surface water treatment plant must be upgraded to
                                           comply with SWTR as directed by DHS. Plant is out of
            Canyon Lake Water Treatment Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District (EVMWD)
            Plant Ultraviolet Disinfection obtains its potable water supplies from local
            Escondido, City of             Delivery system from Lake Henshaw to Lake Wohlford
                                           is 14 miles of open canal which is 90 + years old in
            TTHM reduction                 DBPR compliance, high TTHM levels.

             Tejon-Castac Water District     The problem addressed in this project is DBP formation.
             DBP Compliance                  The Tejon Castac Water District uses surface water
             Tejon-Castac Water District     The problem addressed in this project is DBP formation.
             DBP Compliance                  The Tejon Castac Water District uses surface water
             Miramar WTP ozone               The Miramar Water Treatment Plant requires
                                             construction of new ozone facilities to increase the
             Alvarado Water Treatment        As part of the City of San Diego‘s Water Department
             Plant Phase III (Flocculation   Capital Improvements Program, the Alvarado Water
                                             SYSTEM LACKS RELIABILITY AS IT HAS NO
                                             AUTOMATED BACKWASH SYSTEM, SHUTDOWN
             Mills Treatment Plant Ozone     The existing Mills plant ozonation system is undersized
             System Reliability Upgrade      for the expected ozone dosages required to reliably treat
             Rinconada WTP                   Existing surface water treatment plant needs to be
                                             upgraded to comply with crypto action plan.
             Henry J. Mills Water            The Mills plant exclusively treats State Water Project
             Treatment Plant Ozone           (SWP) water. Due to its proximity to the DWR
             Temple WTP UV Treatment         The Temple WTP is a 12.5 MGD conventional water
             for Regulatory Compliance and   treatment plant that treats either local surface water,
             Robert B. Diemer Treatment      Unacceptably high concentrations of manganese remain
             Plant Filter Media              on the filter media at the Diemer plant, and, without
             Penitencia WTP                  Existing surface water treatment plant needs to be
                                             upgraded to comply with crypto action plan.
             Lessalt Surface Water           Currently the Lessalt Surface Water Treatment Plant will
             Treatment Plant Disinfection    not meet the upcoming disinfection byproduct rule which
             Treatment Plant Improvments     System not meeting CAP turbidity performance goal of
                                             0.1 NTU. Electronic system for treatment plant needs to
            Reconfigure treatment system     We constantly exceed the MCL for Trihalomethanes.
            to solve Trihalomethane issue    This has required our Mutual Water Company to send
            Tesla Advanced Disinfection      Although the San Francisco Regional Water System has
            and Chemical Treatment           about 600 retail customers, it is a wholesale water
co Regional Water System                     HH supply may not meet the new DB Rules for Crypto
                                             inactivation.
             TTHM Mitigation                 High TTHM levels - Exceeds Running Annual Average
                                             MCL for TTHM
             Planning & Feasibility Study:   The BCPUD water distribution system is a gravity-fed,
             Upgrade BCPUD Water             piecemeal system assembled over the last 80 years.
             West Point WTP Filter           The existing WTP consists of a 1.0 mgd Microfloc
             Compliance Project              contact filtration process. The current backup filter is a
             Camanche Water Quality          The North Shore Lake Camanche Groundwater System
             Requirements for Disinfection   history includes issues with Groundwater Wells‘
             CT Compliance - "The Mains"     Surface water filtration plant can not meet CT
                                             Compliance requirements due to insufficent treated
             East Weaver Water Treatment     The East Weaver WTP is one of three surface water
             Plant 2009 Improvements         treatment plants within the WCSD. East Weaver Creek
             Aeration of Tank1 & Tank 2      Tank #1 is located @ our Surface Water treatment plant
                                             north of St.Helena. It is a 1.4 MG storage reservoir and
         Louis Stralla WTP Granular       In 2006, USEPA promulgated the Stage 2 Disinfection
         Activated Carbon (GAC)           By Products Regulation (DBPR). Up to that time the
         AVEK Rosamond Water              AVEK's Surface Water Treatment Plant in Rosamond
         Treatment Plant DBP Control      has had violations of the current TTHM MCL (system
OWHEAD CSD                                Inadequate water treatment capacity, undersized
                                          distribution system.
 County Water Dist                        Need to upgrade water treatment plant to meet
                                          proposed microbial treatment standards.
            Hinckley WTP Modifications    Modifications needed for Hinckley WTP to meet TOC
                                          removal requirements in Stage 1 DBP Rule
            El Dorado Hills Water         In general, the proposed improvements will increase
            Treatment Plant Phase 1B      plant capacity, improve reliability, and optimize
            LWMWTP Surface Water          The Cucamonga Valley Water District (District) will be
            Treatment Facilities Upgrades required to meet the future regulation of Stage 2
            Otay WTP upgrade phase 1      new upgrade to meet DBP 2 and LT2ESWTR

             Enter Project Name             Water Treatment Plant Solids Facilities Improvements -
                                            Supernatant is inadequately treated, has the potential of
             Van Norman Chloramination      The United States Environmental Protection Agency has
             Station 1 & 2                  promulgated the Stage 2 Disinfectant and Disinfection
             Sonora Water Quality           Water delivered in the business core of the City of
             Improvement Program            Sonora and surrounding residential areas is constantly
             Tie in with Poplar CSD         School's well is within 50 feet of Poplar CSD's
                                            wastewater disposal ponds. Potential for contaminant
             Sherwood Forest                Many of the water lines in the Sherwood Forest service
                                            area are in close proximity to septic tank-leachfield
             Construct New Well or WTP      The well has elevated nitrate levels. One sample
                                            collected in February 2005 had a nitrate result of 46.1
                                            Low water pressure (lines may be subject to
                                            backsiphonage), lack of adequate water storage and
             Project 1                      Inadequate storage and undersized, leaky water mains
                                            suseptible to intrusion from old septic systems.
             Project 4                      Leaky, old, under sized water mains in areas of failing
                                            septic.
             Project 3                      Leaky, old, undersized tank and mains in area of failing
                                            septic
             Project 2                      Leaky, old, undersized mains in area of failing septic.

 Springs CWD - Guerneville                  Low water pressure (lines may be subject to
                                            backsiphonage), lack of adequate water storage and
             Replace distribution system    The District's distribution system has extensive leaks.
                                            Paradise is the largest community in CA without a sewer
 CSD-Westwood                               System had fecal contamination due to flooding or
                                            animal intrusion into spring box, but this only happened
                                            Well has been abandoned because of proximity to a
                                            sanitary sewer.
                                            The well source is in close proximity to a septic tank.

                                         Coliform contamination of two hard rock wells (currently
                                         providing chlorination of the water). One well is within
          Strawberry District - Pipeline The existing water distribution piping in the Strawberry
          Replacement Project            District service area is extremely deteriorated. The
          Replacement of Wells No. 1 & Currently, South Montebello Irrigation District is
          2 with New Well No. 8          requesting funds to construct a new well to improve
          Rubalcava Water System         Replace old, leaking 350 foot galvanized iron pipe from
          Pipeline                       wellhead to several users including a residential dwelling
S AVENUE E MOBILE HOME PARK              SYSTEM HAS HAD POSITIVE COLIFORMS.
                                         SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT 1 MILE UPSTREAM
DOR RECREATION AREA                      Source water is from an extremely impaired source
                                         strongly influenced by a waste water discharge
n Dist. of So. Cal.                          Potential Cross-connection in the distribution system

              Muir Beach CSD Sunset Way      Current Water Distribution Line along Sunset Way was
              water line replacement         installed in the 1970s and consists of 4" PVC. At most
              Ward Well School/Residential   Project would consolidate state small water system that
              Well Consolidation             has substandard well source.
              Oaks Alternate Source          Current source water is an extremely impaired source.

              Construct New Well             Well located in close proximity to large concentration of
                                             septic tanks - increasing nitrate levels.
              Del Oro Water Company -        The existing mainline piping that serves the Paradise
              Paradise Pines District -      Pines District has shown a marked deterioratoin over
                                             Very old, deteriorated 4" cast iron pipelines. Many
                                             sections of these lines ruptured in January 2000
 A VALLEY CWD                                Aged wells experience random coliform bacteria
                                             episodes.
              Enter Project Name             Aged wells with close proximity to sewer line.

ipal Water District                          No fencing - cattle have direct access to reservoir.

              System Upgrade                 Well construction is inadequate

PIC SCHOOL WATER SYSTEM                   NEEDS RELIABLE DISINFECTION EQUIPTMENT
                                          WATER QUALITY TASTE AND ODOR PROBLEMS.
              Water Quality Monitoring    The Palomino Estates Water Company currently has no
              Equipment Project           automatic monitoring equipment. Chlorine levels and
              City of Tehama Water System   With limited staff and funds, we need to have the
              Monitoring and Control      ability for more constant surveillance over our water
              Orange Cove SWTP            The City of Orange Cove (OC) is ranked among the 5
              Expansion and Storage       poorest communities in California. Per the 2000
nified School Dist.                       Chlorination system is not flow-paced and does not
                                          provide reliable levels of disinfection.
                                          Problems with Coliforms.

                                          Well developing potential bacteriological problem,
                                          unknown degree of contamination. Mandatory
             Water Supply Disinfection -  As a result of several water samples having bacteria
             Construction                 detections, the State Department of Health Services
                                          Inadequate disinfection facilities to treat raw
                                          groundwater produced by District wells.
                                          THE EXISTING HYPOCHLORINATORS AT THE FIVE
                                          WELL SITES DO NOT HAVE ADEQUATE
             Bagwell Springs Chlorine     To upgrade the Bagwell Springs pressurized
             System Upgrade               chlorination system to a gas chlorination system
             Domestic Water Well Chlorine Currently the City has no Chlorine Residual Analyzers
             Residual Analyzers           for any of the City's wells. The City, in accordance with
             Chlorination System and      The School has been on bottled drinking water for 20
             Copper Pipe removal and      years. Due to the fact that total Coliform contamination
             Country Village North MHP -  The current well is about 80 ft deep. Since the early
             Well replacement             1990's, usually once a year, a water test comes back
             Riverside CSD Reliabiity     Riverside CSD problem is reliability. Lack of reliability
             Project                      exists at many levels. Software, Potential contamination
munity Services Dist.                     REPLACE HYPOCHLORITE FEED PUMPS
                                          PURCHASED FOR OCCASIONAL, NOT FULL TIME,
             Chlorination Facilities      The disinfection facilities at the agency are deficient in
             Reliability Project          the following ways: No SCADA to monitor residuals,
                                          NEEDS RELIABLE DISINFECTION EQUIPTMENT
                                          WELL CONTAMINATED WITH BACTERIOLOGICAL
             Emergency Potable            Existing Condition:The City of Lynwood Water System
             Chlorination System          has presently six operating water wells, a two million
              LAAFP - Disinfection Contact    Currently, the disinfection requirement is typically
              Tank                            achieved at the Los Angeles Aqueduct Filtration Plant
              Provide new chlorination        A Boil Water Order was issued on October 8, 2008 due
              system and secured structure    to positive testing for both total coliform and fecal
              Add chlorination system and     The small community water system is under the
              secured structure               influence of surface water. The system needs a permit
              Improve Chlorine contact Time   Inadequate chloring contact time.

              VHJSDPione                      During the past year we were found to be in violation of
                                              the California Domestic Water Quality Monitoring
 &R-GREENHORN MT. PARK WATER                  NEEDS RELIABLE DISINFECTION EQUIPTMENT.
                                              DISTRIBUTION PROBLEMS - OLD PIPELINE. A
 Valley Water District                        Disinfection process needs improvement.

E TIERRA ESTATES WC                           Existing chlorination system is not reliable.

          Pumphouse Upgrade with            Since August of 2009, the primary well has tested
          Automatic Disinfection &          positive for coliforms on a consistent basis. The system
          Distribution Line Replacement/    Rancho Chaparral Mutual Water Company is in vioation
          System Under Influence of         of the surface treatment rule, CCR, Title 22, Sec. 64652.
AN JOAQUIN WATER SYS                        FREQUENT POSITIVE FINDINGS REQUIRE
                                            RELIABLE DISINFECTION FACILITIES.
             4-Log Virus Inactivation       Current well 01(state ID # 4900630-001) was drilled in
             System for Back Up Well        1959. Back Up well 02(state ID # 4900630-004) was
 EW MOBILE HOME PARK                        DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM HAS PERIODIC
                                            BACTERIOLOGICAL CONTAMINATION.
ntain Water Company                         Existing disinfection control system needs to be
                                            upgraded.
ESTATES WATER SYSTEM                        FREQUENT COLIFORM POSITIVES REQUIRE
                                            RELIABLE DISINFECTION FACILITIES.
                                            NO DISINFECTIN OF GW TO MEET FUTURE GW
                                            DISINFECTION RULE.
             Engineering, Installation &    The District currently utilizes the time-consuming
             Programmingof a SCADA          practice of sending staff to monitor and collect data
             SWTP Monitoring and SCADA The monitoring station and SCADA equipment alarm
             Alarm system                   system is currently located near the SWTP in a
             Ultraviolet Purification Water The existing well water from Wells No. 2A is consistently
             Treatment System               positive for total coliform since development. Due to the
             Domestic Water Chlorination The Unviersity relies on self operated, owned and
             System                         maintained well water for the campus. The current
             Install Chlorine analyzers &   System lacks chlorine residual analyzers and
             alarms                         appropriate alarms.
  Lake Wildwood                             Inadequate chlorine residual downstream of pump
                                            station.
             Water Treatment Plant          CCWD operates two water treatment plants, the Nunes
             Chemical Systems and Control WTP, completed in 1982 and expanded in 1994 and the
             Water Distribution System      The San Jose State University (SJSU) Public Water
             Improvements Phase 1           System (PWS) serves a population of between 10,001
             Enter Project Name             Disinfection system does not have the necessary safety
                                            equipment. One-ton containers of liquid chlorine do not
e Water Company - Orcutt                    Evergreen Well 02 lacks needed reliability features for
                                            proper disinfection.
e Water Company - Orcutt                    MF Well 05 lacks needed reliability features for proper
                                            disinfection of the well water.
 -CITY, WATER DEPT.                         NITRIFICATION PROBLEMS, INABILITY TO
                                            MAINTAIN DISINFECTANT RESIDUALS.
             Replace 20 chlorine analyzers Chlorine analyzers are necessary to accurately monitor
             at ground water stations       and control sodium hypochlorite feed systems. The
                                            Treatment is not reliable.
ookside Rest Area                            Hypochlorinator pump fails every two to three months.

                                             OCCASIONAL COLIFORMS. NO HOLDING TANK
                                             AND CHLORINATING SYSTEM.
QUITO / LIVE AGAIN RECOVERY HOME             MANUALLY CHLORINATE RESERVOIR.

                                             Antiquated, unreliable chlorimation equipment.

hitewater Rest Area                          Hypochlorinator pump fails every two to three months.

             Consolidation with City       high manganese exceeding secondary standard &
                                           health-based action level
            Consolidation with California  The project is for the Pentecostal Church WS (a non-
            America Water (public utility  tranisent non-community water system) to consolidate
ER BODFISH WATER SYSTEM                    WELL EXCEEDS EXCEEDS TOTAL ALPHA AND
                                           URANIUM MCL
            New Municipal Well No.8        The Del Rey Community Services District (District)
                                           currently operates a water system that is supplied by
            Air-stripper for 800 gpm well  Water from 800 gpm well for population of 3000 has
                                           PCE/TCE at times above MCL.
            East Weaver WTP Disinfection The Weaverville CSD has a roccurring problem with
            Upgrade                        disinfection byproducts. The three surface water
            Trinity River WTP Disinfection The Weaverville CSD has a reoccurring problem with
            Upgrade                        disinfection byproducts. The three surface water
            West Weaver WTP                The Weaverville CSD has a reoccurring problem with
            Disinfection Upgrade           disinfection byproducts. The three surface water
WD: I.D. NO. 11                            Water quality is poor in terms of TDS and fluoride levels
                                           approaching the MCL. The ground water is declining at
ER - SOMERSET MWC                          Well contaminated with TCE and manganese. Two
                                           other wells are vulnerable to TCE contamination.
            Wellhead Treatment for Well L- Well L-6 exceeds nitrate MCL and is shut off.
            6
            Wells #2 & #21 - treatment for Wells 2 and 21 (1,500 gpm) are shut down because of
            nitrate near mcl               nitrates that exceed the MCL. The City is water short
            Well #L-4 treat for nitrate;   Well L-4 exceeds the nitrate MCL and is shut off. The
            standby well                   well produces about 600-gpm.
            Arsenic removal project        Arsenic concentration in six City wells requires
            number 1                       treatment.
            Wellhead arsenic removal       Arsenic concentration exceeds MCL.
            project 2
RGY LLC WS                                 Exceeded lead and copper action levels

             High Valley Ranch Well          DHS non-compliance with safe water drinking standards
             Replacement and treatment       on existing well with surface coli contamination. Water is
                                             Well has nitrate failure along with iron & manganese
                                             and turbidity problems Standby Well.
RT WATER SYSTEM                              DBCP EXCEEDS MCL; as of 1/2000 source meets
                                             DBCP MCL and was reranked to L
                                             DBCP AND EDB > MCL; as of 1/2000 source meets
                                             DBCP and EDB MCL; reranked to L
                                             Existing water supply system does not meet the 1500
                                             mg/l upper secodary drinking water standard for total
             Replace high PCE source         PCE exceeds MCL in one of two system wells. Well is
                                             needed to meet demand. Public notification conducted
e Water-Mor Del Norte                        Uranium approaching MCL

             Well #8 Construction            Water quality from Well No. 5 exceeds the maximum
                                             contaminant level (MCL) for DBCP as defined in Section
             Buttonwillow Well #1            The Buttonwillow County Water Districts' well #1 has
             Replacement                     been taken out of service due to high levels of Total
            Le Grand Community Services Le Grand Community Services DistrictAresenic
            District Arsenic treatment     treatmentThe district has three operational wells that
            Well 2 Backup Water Supply All of the District's water sources exceed the 10 ppb
                                           Arsenic Standard. We do not have a source that meets
            Well 1 Arsenic Compliance      The arsenic concentrations at Well #1 exceeds the
                                           Federal Drinking Water Standards of 10 ppb for Arsenic.
            2009 Arsenic Treatment         City Well #11 (Source PS Code 28S/25E-16N02 M) has
            System at Well #11             seen its Arsenic levels sharply increase over the past
            2009 TCP Granulated            Shafter first started detecting a contaminant referred to
            Activated Carbon Treatment     as 1,2,3-Trichloropropane ("TCP") in its water supply in
            2009 Arsenic Treatment at      The City of Shafter constructed a groundwater well in
            Well 15                        2004 per State drinking water standards adjacent to its
            2009 Well 16 Construction and The City's existing Well No. 6 (Source P/S Code No.
            TCP Treatment Project          28S/25E-10R03M) was constructed in the Mid-1950s
            Well #10 treatment PCE near Well 10 produces water containing PCE that exceeds
            mcl                            the MCL of 5 ppb.
            Replacement Wells              The City has approximately 3 to 4 water wells with
                                           nitrate levels in excess of 45 mg/l. This project will
            standby Well #12 treat for PCE Well 12 produces water containing PCE that exceeds
                                           the MCL of 5 ppb.
            Hood System Improvement - Groundwater is the sole drinking water source for the
            Construction of a Groundwater residents located in the town of Hood. The two drinking
            Iron and Manganese             Fe and Mn exceed standard; organic contaminants;
                                           arsenic near MCL
            Well intertie and manganese Water from both park wells contains manganese at
            treatment plan                 levels above the secondary limits set by DHS Secondary
            M-28 Required Compliance       The District‘s Reverse Osmosis (RO) water treatment
            and RO System Improvements facility has deteriorated over the years and no longer
            well replacement               Due to EPA Arsenic regulations our Well #2 has been
                                           on stand-by by DPH for over one year. Sutter CSD
            New Well and rehab Well 6      Well #6 production dropped by 50%.Well 4 and 5
                                           produce water with high selenium and blend
            DBCP Well #13 & #8             We have two wells that exceed the DBCP 0.2 ug/L
                                           MCL. Well # 13 test reflect a 0.67 ug/L and Well # 8
            Nitrate Well #6                We would like to blend Well # 6 with Well #15 to reduce
                                           the level of Nitrate. The last testing of Well # 6 was 83
            Chorro Valley Nitrate          The City of Morro Bay operates 6 groundwater wells in
            Treatment                      the Chorro Valley as the historic source of water. The
                                           Standby well Contaminated with VOC's.

            Well 9D Arsenic and            Park Water Company (PWC) drilled Well 9D in
            Manganese Treatment Plant      1999/2000. At the time, the water quality met the
            Equip well #3B , and Abandon   Well #3 has been contaminated with TCE @ 20.0 ug/L
            Well #3                        (State MCl is 5.0 ug/L). Well #3 pumps directly into a
            uranium treatment              Violate primary standard for uranium in Well 8

                                           WELL NO. 10 EXCEEDS THE EDB MCL AND WELL
                                           NO. 20 EXCEEDS THE MANGANESE MCL.
            potential radon treatment      Anticipated violation of radon MCL for four wells

ek Middle School                           Severe iron concentrations from well and old treatment
                                           plant becoming unable to properly treat water
            Water Treatment (Arsenic)      We need help to remove Arsenic from our water supply
            removal                        as it is pumped into our system. We are looking for the
                                           Wells exceed nitrate MCL at times. Well is blended with
                                           other sources.
TR CONS DIST                               Sulfate levels which exceed the proposed MCL and/or
                                           action levels.
            high Nitrate in Standy Well    Nitrate in excess of MCL in standby well.
              Cal 20 Village - New Well       The DPH inspected the Cal 20 Village system in August
                                              2007 and on September 10, 2007 sent a letter to Cal 20
                                              Well No. 3 needs to comply with proposed MCL or
                                              Action level for sulfates.
TATE WATER CO - APPLE VLY NORTH               Inadequate storage per WW Stds,

              Frazier Park Water Well        The Frazier Park Public Utility District's Monte Vista Well
              Project                        is contaminated with Fluorides in excess of the State
              Denair Community Services      Old Well Site 1 exceeded Nitrate levels and was
              District Well Number 1         abandonded.
              Denair Community Services      The purpose of this application is to acquire funding to
              District Well Number 2         replace a well that Denair CSD had to abandon due to
                                             Fiege Canyon well site has high arsenic levels which will
                                             not meet future proposed MCL.
 VALLEY E KERN WTR AGY                       CONTROL FUTURE THM'S WHILE ACHIEVING
                                             REQUIRED CT
              Well #15 Arsenic Mitigation    Well #15 has been on stand-by for several years due to
                                             arsenic levels that are above the MCL of 10 PPB.
              Noriega Storage Tank and       Vaughn Water Company serves the Rosedale
              Booster Pumping Plant          Community in Kern County, California. The system
              Installation/Operation of      This project will address high levels of arsenic in a
              Arsenic Removal Equipment at groundwater well owned and operated by the City of
              3 Million Gallon Water Storage This project will blend groundwater wells in order to
              Facility                       meet the 10ppb average arsenic level in accordance to
              Well 1 through 5 Arsenic       This project will provide treatment at each of the wells
              Treatment Project              for arsenic and 1,2,3 trichloropropone. Each of these
 ater Service - Stockton                     ARSENIC ABOVE THE ANTICIPATED FUTURE MCL

              Well 164                        Arsenic levels at Well 164 exceed the new MCL

OOPER SCHOOL WS                               Exceeded lead or copper action levels.

                                              High nitrates in source water in excess of MCL.

           Well replacement and back-         Well to be replaced is old with shallow seal hence has
          up generator                        nitrate issues (above acceptable legal limits) and thus
          Iron and Manganese Removal          Existing Well No. 7 has elevated iron and manganese
          System                              constituates in the water. The discharge from this well
SPRINGS WATER DISTRICT                        High Radon in several sources

              MCWD Groundwater         Mammoth Community Water District (MCWD)
                                       Groundwater Treatment Plants #1 and #2 are
              Treatment Plants: Corrosion
                                       Water well 02 had Arsenic level @ 14 ug/L. Size of the
                                       well can not accommodate any treatment facility
          Construction of Water        Alco currently has 3 wells that, due solely to Arsenic
          Blending Facility            levels exceeding the 10 ppb MCL (State and Federal),
          PCE Treatment - Well #19 (PS The Balmoral/Yorktown Well (#19) (PS Code #3410001-
          Code 3410001-014)            014) has a current pumping capacity of 950 gpm. On
UNION SCHOOL WS                        Exceeded lead or copper action levels.

          Camp Marston Storage/Water Current 60k water storage tank is degrading rapidly with
          Main Improvements          extensive rust eating at several seams. Water in this
ARDINO VALLEY WD                     TCE, PCE and nitrate contamination in basin

 Valley Water District                        Stage I DDBP compliance needed.

 Valley Water District                        Stage II DDBP compliance needed.

              Travis Air Force Base Water     Project is an upgrade to an existing 7.5 MGD surface
              Treatment Plant Upgrade         water treatment plant. Upgrade addresses plant
           Frontier Trails, Stand-by Well   Frontier Trails currently owns a "grandfathered" Stand-
           Relocation                       by well for emergency water distribution. The well is
           Walking M Water System -           The Walking M Water Association has been
           Improve Drinking Water           distributing water to its association members since
           Arsenic Filtration and System     The Tierra Vista Mutual Water Co. is a small
           Rehabilitation                   incorporated water system with 17 connections. The
           Sheep Ranch treatment plant      Current plant has reached capacity, has difficulty
                                            treating high turbidity waters and cannot meet proposed
           Arsenic Removal                  Arsenic appears to be above the MCL in the source
                                            water
MES MUTUAL WATER CO                         High Maganese content in the water.

           Nitrates                         Existing standby well high in nitrates, has to purchase
                                            water from Wholesaler which is expensive
           Well # 1 (Norman Hill)           This well was drilled in 1934 on a dedicated parcel of
           Manganese Filtration Plant       the Forest Glen subdivision. It was sole water source
           filtration plant                 Source water iron and manganese exceeds MCL.

         Replacement Well for Well No.      Water quality from Well No. 5 exceeds the maximum
         5                                  contaminant level for DBCP as defined in Section
         Replacement Well for Well No.      Water quality from Well No. 3 exceeds the maximum
         3                                  contaminant level (MCL) for DBCP as defined in Section
         Water Storage Tanks                1. Water Storage Tank Replacements: Lompico County
         Replacement and Site               Water District, LCWD, has six (6) water storage tanks
         CAWD WELL 3 OZONE                  Project is in direct conjunction with CAWD Well 3 Filter
         REHAB                              Rehab application. Ozone generator does not function
         CAWD WELL 3 FILTER                 Filter life has expired, this project rebuilds 6' x 12' rapid
         REHAB                              sand filter, for meeting iron and manganese compliance
         Cox Well Field                     The Cox Well Field has high levels of Iron and
         Iron/Manganese Treatment           Manganese. The District currently blends drinking water
TATE WATER CO - MORONGO DEL SUR             Uranium approaching MCL

           System improvements              Our groundwater wells exceed the iron & Manganese
                                            SMCL. The well areintended to offset our State Water
         Water Tank Replacement /           CDPH has just given Maywood Mutual Water Co. #1 a
         maganeese treatment                letter of violation for non-compliance with the
HEIGHTS WATER CO.                           Nitrate above MCL in all domestic wells. Possible loss
                                            of source of blending water within two years.
           Phase 1 Plant Replacement        The treatment plant is over 30 years old comprised of a
           and Upgrade                      traveling bridge filter system. The project will replace the
           Walter E. Howiler Water          Our district will not be able to meet the requirements of
           Treatment Plant Regulatory       the upcoming Stage 2 Disinfectants/Disinfection By-
           Construct a New Two-Million      Two standby wells with nitrate levels above the MCL
           Gallon Reservoir                 need blending treatment
           Well 1A and 3 Sand Filter        The City of Cotati has 3 municipal groundwater wells.
           Replacement                      Two wells (Well 1A and Well 3) have elevated levels of
           Well 5 Treatment System for      Place treatment system on existing well for VOC
           VOCs                             contamination removal. No violation or CDPH directive.
           Well 06 Arsenic Treatment        Arsenic standard of 10 ppb is exceeded in Well 06.
                                            Public notification has not yet been required as the well
           Well #3 replacement              Well 3 exceeds nitrate MCL. Standby Well

           Nitrate Well Treatment           Santa Ynez Water Conservation District, Improvement
                                            District No. 1 (ID#1) serves a population of 8,298. It
         Wells 10 & 13 DBCP                 Wells 10 and 13 are contaminated with DBCP.
         Treatment
         Integrated Well Storage and        The City currently has sufficient water supply and
         Distribution System                distribution when all wells are online. The problem
EACH WATER DEPARTMENT                       Nitrate removal treatment plant needs upgrades to
                                            comply with the nitrate MCL.
            Lessalt Surface Water            Currently the Lessalt Surface Water Treatment Plant will
            Treatment Plant Disinfection     not meet the upcoming disinfection byproduct rule for
            Well 6A Arsenic Mitigation       Do to the EPA lowering the MCL for Arsenic on the 23rd
                                             day of January 2006 Quartz Hill Water District has had
            OVWC Well No. 2                  The Orange Vale Water Company (OVWC) is located in
            Replacement Project              northeast Sacramento County, encompasses
            City of Garden Grove/Laguna      The City of Garden Grove (City) and Laguna Beach
            Beach County Water District      County Water District (District) are coordinating a
                                             Standby Wilson Well No. 2 is contaminated with nitrate (
                                             75 ppm) and PCE (13 ppb).
                                             Standby wells contaminated with nitrate and PCE are
                                             blended to meet the SDWA MCL's (Well field at the
                                             The groundwater pumped from Graves Well, standby
                                             well, is contaminated with nitrate level in excess of the
            Well head treatment for          Our active wells have Hexavalent Chromium levels of
            Chromium, hexavalent for         21,21,25,25,25,26,30,32,32,33,34,and 37 ug/L. OEHHA
            Well #22 Construction Project    The City of Atwater is located in Merced County in
                                             Central California. The climate is dry and mild in the
ater Service-S San Francisco                 System meets existing trihalomethane MCL, but not but
                                             not DBP Rule.
ater Service - Bear Gulch                    System meets existing trihalomethane MCL, but not
                                             DBP Rule
            Ortega Groundwater               Inability to comply with Primary and Secondary Water
            Treatment Plant and Well         Quality Standards using the current treatment scheme
            Arsenic Treatment in Well 4-67   Arsenic is the primary contaminant to be addressed by
                                             the project. Arsenic in drinking water has been shown
            Arsenic Treatment in Well 4-26   Arsenic is the primary contaminant to be addressed by
                                             the project. Arsenic in drinking water has been shown
            Arsenic Treatment in Well 4-48   Arsenic is the primary contaminant to be addressed by
                                             the project. Arsenic in drinking water has been shown
            Arsenic Treatment in Well 4-50   Arsenic is the primary contaminant to be addressed by
                                             the project. Arsenic in drinking water has been shown
            Arsenic Treatment in Well 4-36   Arsenic is the primary contaminant to be addressed by
                                             the project. Arsenic in drinking water has been shown
            Arsenic Treatment in Well 4-13   Arsenic is the primary contaminant to be addressed by
                                             the project. Arsenic in drinking water has been shown
            Arsenic Treatment in Well 4-62   Arsenic is the primary contaminant to be addressed by
                                             the project. Arsenic in drinking water has been shown
            Arsenic Treatment in Well 4-49   Arsenic is the primary contaminant to be addressed by
                                             the project. Arsenic in drinking water has been shown
            Arsenic Treatment in Well 4-37   Arsenic is the primary contaminant to be addressed by
                                             the project. Arsenic in drinking water has been shown
            Arsenic Treatment in Well 4-17   Arsenic is the primary contaminant to be addressed by
                                             the project. Arsenic in drinking water has been shown
            Arsenic Treatment in Well 4-68   Arsenic is the primary contaminant to be addressed by
                                             the project. Arsenic in drinking water has been shown
            Arsenic Treatment in Well 4-52   Arsenic is the primary contaminant to be addressed by
                                             the project. Arsenic in drinking water has been shown
            Arsenic Treatment in Well 4-43   Arsenic is the primary contaminant to be addressed by
                                             the project. Arsenic in drinking water has been shown
            Arsenic Treatment in Well 4-     Arsenic is the primary contaminant to be addressed by
            FOX                              the project. Arsenic in drinking water has been shown
            Arsenic Treatment in Well 4-42   Arsenic is the primary contaminant to be addressed by
                                             the project. Arsenic in drinking water has been shown
            Arsenic Treatment in Well 4-51   Arsenic is the primary contaminant to be addressed by
                                             the project. Arsenic in drinking water has been shown
            Plant F26 Perchlorate            Well F26A is a critical production well in the north east
            Treatment Facility               portion of the Fontana Water Company service area that
            Plant F23 Perchlorate            Well F23A is a critical production well that produces
            Treatment Facility               2,500 gpm in the south portion of the Fontana Water
ater Company                                 Stage II DDBP rule compliance needed.

BAY HIGH SCHOOL WS                           Exceeded lead or copper action level

LEY SCHOOL WS                                Exceeded lead or copper action levels.

K-METROPOLITAN                               THE SYSTEM LACKS ADEQUATE SOURCE
                                             RELIABILITY.
                                             On well water, inadequate water pressure and volume

           Consolidation of western     Source of water in Lucerne Valley are individual wells of
           Lucerne Valley water systems property owners & small mutual water companies, some
RAL MOBILE HOME PARK                    Low volume and pressure

                                           System needs a capacity analysis and master plan to
                                           comply with Lake County General Plan. Current
                                           Three small separate systems with deadend lines not
                                           fulfilling Section 64626 (layout of water mains) of the
y CSA 13 - Kono Tayee                      System needs a capacity analysis and master plan to
                                           comply with Lake County General Plan. Current
y CSA 13 - Kono Tayee                      System needs a capacity analysis and master plan to
                                           comply with Lake County General Plan. Current
             Goldside-2010014              The Goldside water system is located over the "Fresno
             Interconnect with Oakhurst -  River" underground flow of water. Salt water is the
                                           NEED AN INTERCONNECTION WITH THE MULLER
                                           WATER SYSTEM FOR RELIABILITY AND TO
             Water Transmission            The community of Oildale is served by two water
             Intertie/Redundancy Project   agencies, North of the River (2000 customers) and
                                           Water system does not meet Section 64560(a)(6) of the
                                           Waterworks Standards. Loss of electrical power results
                                           Insufficient supply well capacity and water quality
                                           problems. Insufficient water sttorage capacity. (see
             Connect Mother Lode Mobile Connect a low income senior mobile home park to
             Estates, an 89 space low      public water so that drought conditions which presently
                                           Does not meet Section 64560(a)(6) of the Waterworks
                                           Standards. Loss of electrical power results in
                                           LARGEST WATER USER IS CONNECTED THROUGH
                                           11 MILES OF TRUNK LINE AND DOES NOT PROVIDE
y CSA 21 - North Lakeport                  Need to perform capacity analysis and update master
                                           plan to evaluate consolidation potential with other water
             New Melones intake            THE NEW MELONES PUMP STATION
             improvements                  EXPERIENCED AN INTAKE PIPELINE FAILURE.
             Columbia WTP improvements UPGRADE THE COLUMBIA WTP FROM 1.0 MGD TO
                                           1.5 MGD TO PROVIDE SOURCE RELIABILITY FOR
             Veterans Home Water Main - The City of Fresno has a great need to provide safe,
             Construction                  healthy and affordable housing to its veteran citizens.
             Wildfire Mitigation, Well     Spencer Valley School, a one school school district, is
             Destruction and Potable Water located in the mountains above San Diego County. This
                                           System needs a capacity analysis and master plan to
                                           comply with Lake County General Plan. Current
RACQUET CLUB MUTUAL WATER                  System has insufficient storage and lack of standby
                                           power. System not fulfilling Section 64560(a)(6)
             Alpine Acres Water            Alpine Acres MWC seeks to consolidate its operations
             Supply/Intertie Project       with Tuolumne Utilities District to improve the reliability
             CVWC Consolidation Project Cherry Valley Water Company (CVWC) was formed in
                                           the early 1940s to serve a small unincorporated area of
                                           NO BACK-UP SOURCE. BACT. PROBLEMS WHEN
                                           WELL IS DOWN FOR MAINTANCE
                                           Available water from well is running out.
             Lukins Brothers Water           Lukins Brothers Water System (LBWC) serves
             Company Distribution System    approximately 650 acres, with 942 connections. The
             Curtis Creek School            Curtis Creek Elementary School is located in rural area
                                            of Sonora, California. The campus houses nearly 500
y CSA 6 - Finley                            System needs a capacity analysis and master plan to
                                            comply with Lake County General Plan. Current
y CSA 6 - Finley                            During high demands, source becomes taxed. No long
                                            term storage exists.
              Mono Village System           The Mono Village water system was acquired by the
              Improvements                  Tuolumne Utilities District (TUD) in January of 2004 at
              Herlong Trailer Park          The Herlong Trailer park currently operates its own
              Connection                    water well along with sewer collection and a septic
 r Ridge Water System                       INSUFFICIENT STORAGE DURING EMERGENCIES
                                            AND ANNUAL DITCH OUTAGE.
 r Ridge Water System                       THE WTP IS APPROACHING ITS MAXIMUM
                                            CAPACITY AND MAY NEED UPGRADING TO MEET
              Consolidation with MD-95      MD-95 is a small water system adjacent to MD-10. Their
                                            system currently has three well (South, East and North
              regonal water intake phase 1 current intake structure at shasta lake is in failure
              shasta lake                   .intake structure is 20ft out of water .emergency float
Co Waterworks District 3                    System needs a capacity analysis and master plan to
                                            comply with Lake County General Plan. Current
                                            THE ADJACENT LEISURE PINES WATER SYSTEM
                                            HAS INSUFFICIENT SOURCE CAPACITY TO MEET
              Rancho Calimesa MHP intertie Emergency intertie to YVWD for Calimesa MHP
                                            (3301534) due to limited storage and source capacity
              Sharondale Mesa HOA/MHP Emergency intertie to YVWD due to limited storage and
              emergency intertie            source capacity
              plantation mhp emergency      emergency intertie to YVWD for Plantation MHP
              intertie                      3301943; limited source and storage capacity
              consolidate Plantation MHP    Plantation mhp ee01943 lacks source and storage
                                            capacity
              Traver School to Traver City  The Traver Joint Elementary School District is a
              Water System                  Kindergarten through 8th grade, one school district in
              Emergency funding for this    Add a source of water to the storage and distribution of
              pws due to drought.           this water system duie to the recent drought in the Stae
              New well to augment single    System supplied by one well. If it goes out due to
              well                          drought, they will be out of water.
              Consolidation of Pillar Ridge Pillar Ridge Mobile Home Park (Pillar Ridge) is a small
              with Montara Water and        mobile home community located in Moss Beach,
                                            DETERIORATED STORAGE AND DISTRIBUTION
                                            SYSTEM FACILITIES. NEED ADDITIONAL STORAGE
al Falls Water System                       THE RANCHO POQUITOS MAIN SUPPLY PIPELINE
                                            IS STEEL PIPE REQUIRING FREQUENT REPAIR.
              2009 Bishop Acres Mutual      The community of Bishop Acres is located in an
              Water System Consolidation    unincorporated area of Kern County near the
                                            Bacti failures, inadequate source capacity

             Replace the existing disribution   The existing water supply line is 2" and when several
             system with adequate sized         units engage the system the supply is defficient. A larger
             Replace an existing water tank     The primary water tank in the system is an old plate
             with a new water tank.             steel tank that is beyond it's useful life. It does not have
             MacDoel Waterworks                 System owner no longer wishes to operate the system.
                                                This system will require a through evaluation to
ke Apartments                                   Single source of supply

             New well to augment single         The existing water system has only one hardrock well.
             well                               An additional well is needed to supplement the existing
 - Monte Vista                                  Does not have a standby generator and when power is
                                                lost, the plant does not work. The water treatment plant
              Darwin water conservation and System is old and failing, portions of it from the home
              distribution system           area to a distant well are exposed to the desert
                                            EXISTING PIPE LINES ARE OLD, RUSTING AND
                                            LEAKING.
 utual (Willow Wells)                       Old distribution system resulting in multiple leaks

                                             Old, substandard distribution system and storage
                                             facilities
                                             Two inground storage tanks are old and deteriorated
                                             with marginal storage capacity. Deteriorated and
             Coarsegold 2010013              The Coarsegold area is growing due to a new casino in
             Infrastructure-Fireflow and     close proximity and the well source, chlorination and the
             New well to augment single      The existing water system has only one hardrock well.
             well                            An additional well is needed to supplement the existing
                                             Existing water tank (20,000 gallons) is very old and is
                                             leaking around the bottom. It has been repaired with
           SFE MWC Adddition of new          Our Problem: Due to several factors that have
           well and upgrade of existing      contributed to decreasing our well production, we
O HEIGHTS MUTUAL WATER CO.                   Deteriorating distribution system water lines.

                                          Existing water main line is 4" steel-installed in 1959,
                                          problems due to age.
             Main Water Line Replacement The water distribution main line consist of 3,300' of 2"
                                          galvanized threaded line that was installed during the
             Consolidation with Coachella The system is over 40 years old and the well pump and
             Valley Water District        motor are being held together on a "band-aid" basis.
             Pump house and wet well      Existing pump house and wet well deteriorated.
             replacement
                                          Some existing water mains too small to adequately
                                          serve the needs.
                                          Potential low pressure areas.

                                        Some water mains overlooked when system upgraded.
                                        Pipes are particularly vulnerable during new construction
         Water Storage System           The mobile home park water system does not have any
                                        water storage. Cited by San Diego County Department
 EADOWS MUTUAL WATER COMPANY            Single source is an old well. Needs additional source
                                        capacity.
                                        HIGH IRON AND MANGANESE LEVELS IN THE
                                        EXISTING WELL. ALSO, OCCASIONAL FECAL
          Zone 3 Storage                Water storage for Pressure Zone 3 is extremely limited
                                        @ 10,000 gallons and does not comply with GO 103 fire
         Zone 2 Surge Storage           Existing Zone 2 storage @ 5,000 gallons does not allow
                                        for time of day, energy optimized pumping or emergency
         Install fire hydrants and a    The water system in CSA No. 43W was constructed in
         booster pump                   2006 to serve the Raisin City Elementary School and
         Zone 3 Emergency Power         Existing Pressure Zone 3 Pump System does not have
         Supply                         an emergency source of power.
         Zone 2 Emergency Power         Existing Pressure Zone 2 Pump System does not have
         Supply                         an emergency source of power
         System Emergency Generator Sierra Bella has no emergency electricity generating
         Capability                     capability for its pumping system. Water is delivered to
         New System Circulation         Several sections of the distribution system are
         Interconnects                  somewhat isolated and adequate circulation of water in
         Coulterville Service Area Well The water system infrastructure in Coulterville is
         and Storage Tank               thirtyseven years old and, exept for pump failure - most
         Addition of new 50K Storage    During summer usage periods (July through October)
         Tank on existing Tank          Sierra Bella experiences high usage of water by
                                        System needs a capacity analysis and master plan to
                                        comply with Lake County General Plan. Current
             Rainbird Valley Water           Gate valves on water distribution lines are frozen and
             Distribution System Repairs     need to be replaced. Entire system must be shut down
                                             Inadequate source and storage capacity

                                             Numerous waterworks deficiencies

YON WATER COMPANY CORP.                      DIMINISHING CAPACITY FROM WELL

YON MOBILE HOME PARK                     NEED A NEW WELL AND REPLACEMENT OF
                                         PIPELINES.
                                         150,000-gallon redwood water storage tanks are about
                                         50 yrs. old; one cannot be used; the second tank has
                                         Water system has low pressure and does not fulfill
                                         Section 64566 (system pressure) of the Waterworks
           Ponderosa Water Project-      The goal is to increase water capacity to supply current
           Repair Existing Tank and      and peak demand. The district has had to restrict water
           Raymond 2010012 Redrill #2 Well #2 in Raymond is not built to public standards and
           to Public Standards-Security  as a result occasionally tests positive for total coliform.
           Clearwater Mutual Water Co. - The 35,000 gallon redwood storage for the Clearwater
           Storage/Distribution          Mutual Water Co. should be replaced in accordance to
           Provide New Reservoir (#3) To This project entails a 250,000 gallon reservoir situated
           Service Eastside (95%) Of     on the eastside of the District. The reservoir will be
                                         System has 11 deadends in distribution supply main
                                         lines.
           Well Improvement and          Campo is an unincorporated community located in
           Consolidation of Campo Water southeastern San Diego County, California with a
                                         The solution to our system's low head line problem
                                         requires construction of a new distribution system,
ommunity S.D.                            Vulnerability of transmission mainline. Multiple dead
                                         end lines that compromise water quality and pressure.
           Second 10 inch Main From      California Pines CSD needs to be able to work on our
           Storage Tanks                 water system without shutting down the whole
OBILE COURT                              CORRODED STEEL PIPE AND LOW PRESSURE
                                         PLASTIC PIPE
           New Well                      repeated total coliform violations

wn Water Company                             Inadequate distribution system piping

MUNITIES CWD - RANDSBURG             THREE OLD 100,000 STORAGE TANKS AND FAILING
                                     DUE TO CORROSION CONTROL
                                     The PZ currently has only one source of supply
                                     comprised of Well 25 with pump, providing no
                                     The lower portion of the PZ has excessive pressures,
                                     the existing intermediate tank, booster and pipeline
                                     The existing storage tank and water mains are old,
                                     deteriorated and unreliable, with limited remaining
         Tonyville Water Pipeline    The community of Tonyville's existing water distribution
         Deadend Elimination Project system consists of a 10 inch delivery pipeline that
         Hiouchi SCADA System        The Big Rock CSD installed the community‘s water
                                     distribution system in 1971 to satisfy Hiouchi‘s
         Orick C.S.D System upgrades Currently, the Orick Community Services District
         for engery efficiency       (OCSD) is in compliance with all state standards
         Allensworth Water Supply    The problem to be addressed by this project is twofold.
         Reliability Project         The most urgent problem is that the newer and larger of
         New 100,000 Gallon Storage The existing 100,000 gallon storage tank is leaking
         Tank                        excessively due to shrinkage of the redwood staves.
D WATER ASSOC.                       REPLACE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM DUE TO AGE

                                             Aging distribution system, inadequate storage.
ELLA COMMUNITY SERVICES DIST                  ABANDONED WELL SITES NEED TO BE
                                              DESTROYED. A 2" LINE CONNECTION TO A
                                              High alkalinity in source water

             High arsenic                     Possible high nitrate, was very high in past but recently
                                              less than MCL.
              Page-Moore Water Pipeline       The existing water distribution system is old and in many
              Replacement Project             locations consists of undersized pipelines. The pipeline
Springs Village                               The PZ currently has only one source of supply
                                              comprised of Well 26 with pump, providing no
Springs Village                               The existing bare steel watermains and appurtenances
                                              are old, deteriorated and unreliable, with limited
NES MUTUAL WATER CO                           Inadequate storage capacity.

             Miranda CSD Water                The Miranda Community Services District is located in
             Distribution Loop System         south-central Humboldt County. It covers an area of
             Miranda CSD Emergency            The Miranda Community Services District is located in
             Water Main Replacements          south-central Humboldt County, 50 miles Southeast of
             Miranda CSD Source and           The Miranda Community Services District is located in
             Secondary Water Mainline         south-central Humboldt County, covering an area of
                                              GROUND LEVEL STORAGE TANKS DON'T PROVIDE
                                              PRESSURE OR QUANITY OF WATER DURING
                                              Master plan does not provide for reliable water system
                                              operation
                                              Old, undersized mainline

             Dorris Water Tank                 The City has only one water tank, which at a capacity of
                                               750,000 gallons is less than ½ of the peak day
               Dorris Water Line               Approximately 50% of the City's water distribution
               Reconstruction                  system consists of steel pipeline more than 50 years
               Dorris Chlorinator-Well Project The City is currently served by one good well, which
                                               must be pumped in excess of 21 hours per day to meet
               Storage tank renovation, water The system presently has asbestos pipe throughout the
               main replacements, & hydrant plant and distribution system. The valves throughout the
               New water storage tank.         These funds would be used for replacing a water tank
                                               that is at least 25 years old. This tank was a used tank
               Old Lucerne Rd to Hillcrest     This project is intended to address and resolve fire
               tank site                       safety concerns including pressure and storage issues
               Sabini St and Rice St            Sabini St. is an undersized asbestos-cement line that
                                               "dead-ends". Rice St. is also an undersized asbestos
               Manila Community Services       Our current storage capacity is 100,000 gallons, but
               District 2009 Pre-Application   according to Department of Health Services's (DHS)
y CSA 2 - Spring Valley                        System needs a capacity analysis and master plan to
                                               comply with Lake County General Plan. Current
                                               Have had occasional outages due to old pumps and
                                               electrical equipment. Hydrogen sulfide in water is
               West Point Pipeline             Existing water system is failing due to deterioration.
               Replacement                     Water leakage from the pipelines and Bummerville
                                               TWO GROUNDWATER WELLS SUPPLY WATER TO
                                               THE SYSTEM - THEY RUN CONSTANTLY TO MEET
               Water Storage Tank              The Kettleman City Community Services District has
               Rehabilitation                  three (3) water storage facilities in the system. The
                                               Corrosion problems with John Tank, Omar Tank, West
                                               Tank, Dick Tank, and Kennedy Tank. Structural
Sanitary District                              Storage tanks need repairs and the storage capacity is
                                               insufficient to meet the maximum daily demand
               Tuolumne Utilities District     DETERIORATED PIPELINES AND INADEQUATE
                                               LOOPS IN THE SYSTEM.
               Well and Water Meters for       In Spring 2007, the Home Garden Community Services
               Treatment Plant Expansion       District began an Arsenic Removal Project. The
                                           PIPE CROSSING HWY. 99. OLD AND UNDERSIZED
                                           WATER MAINS
                                           NEEDS ADDITIONAL CAPACITY TO MEET
                                           DEMANDS. NO STANDBY POWER.
                                           Winter power outages cause water shortages.
                                           Pump/level controls need replacing.
             Mariposa PUD Water Tank       In February of 2007 the Mariposa Public Utility District
             Rehabilitation and Additional (MPUD) contracted with Los Osos Engineering to clean
             Security System for Water     The community's water distribution and treatment
             Supply Facilities             system has been the target of vandalism, particularly
             Replacement Interconnection Cabazon Water District used to have a standby water
             with Morongo Indian           service agreement with Casino Morongo to provide
             New Production Well for the   The District has a total of approximately 1,050 service
             Southeast Pressure Zone       connections. Of these, nearly 500 are located in its
             Construction of New           The District currently lacks a backup water supply or
             Interconnection to Provide    distribution system tobe used in the event of an
             Replacement Pipelines in      The District has approximately 1050 service
             Southeast (1713) Pressure     connections. Of these, nearly 500 are located in its
             Vandalia Intertie             The Terra Bella Irrigation District (TBID) primarily
                                           receives its domestic and agricultural water supply
             Lake Camanche Groundwater The Ca Department of Public Health has imposed
             Management Plan & Supply      restrictions on the Lake Camanche Water System which
             Clearlake Oaks 2007           Major storage components,(redwood tanks) are
             Infrastructure Improvements- deteriorating and will fail causing massive property
             Rehabilitate Distribution     Major storage components (redwood tanks) are
             System                        deteriorating and will potentially fail causing a loss of
                                           Insufficient source and supply capacity for reliablity.

             Hodgson Tank & VFD Pump        We have water facilitiy storage tanks and pump stations
             Replacement                    that are in serious deterioration due to their age. The
             Goodell                        Low pressure and water supply problems caused by old
                                            and deteriorated 2-inch steel lines.
           Ponderosa Drive and Poppy        Old and deteriorated water services and water lines.
           Lane                             The lines are leaking and causing low pressure
County Water Dist.                          Inadequate storage capacity.

jo-Lakes System                             Water system does not meet requirements of SWTR.

jo-Lakes System                          Water under risk of microbial contamination due to old
                                         and corroded cast iron pipes.
            City of Weed Water System      CDPH in their letter of March 12, 2008 to the City of
            Health and Reliability       Weed regarding proposed water system improvements
            Oakhurst 2010007 Source -    Aging 12" mains in Oakhurst threaten safe consistent
            Storage - Fireflow and       service due to failure and limit the systems ability to
ens County WD                            See attachment. NO3 contamination of the local
                                         groundwater has caused shut down of the District's
            North Mt. Shasta Balancing   This reservoir will provide adequate storage, fire, flow,
            Reservoir Project            and emergency storage for an area of the distribution
            Kingston Road System         This project will correct inadequate pressure, fire flow,
            Improvements                 and supply issues in a deteriorated section of the
            Big Lakes Well and Pressure The Mt. Shasta water system has an area that is subject
            Zone Project                 to periodic low pressure due to it's elevation and location
            Replace Failing Water Lines, Much of the existing water system consists of water
            Phase 1                      lines that are pressure rated PVC, probably per ASTM
            Konocti Bay Group (dba Fords Undersized and aged water mains.
            Acres MHP)
            Replace Clearwell Tank       The clearwell tank is in poor condition. The vent screen
                                         on the roof of the tank has corroded completely. While
nty Water District                       Aged water storage tanks.
             North Yuba Water District        The District has an existing eight inch water main that
             Water Transmission Main          delivers water from the water treatment plant to the
             Broad Street Water               The Water Agency has been working with the City of
             Improvement Project              Plymouth for approximately five years to get a treated
             Leak Detection Water             The Amador Water Agency's unaccounted for water is
             Conservation Project             estimated between 800 and 1,000 AFY, and at least
             Water Main Replacement           Portions of the City's water distribution system were
             Project                          installed in the early 1900's. Areas within the City have
                                              Experiencing low pressures at north end of town during
                                              high summer demands.
                                              RAW WATER FROM THE CALIFORNIA AQUEDUCT
                                              IS DELIVERED VIA LATERAL 23R WHICH CAN BE
                Enter Project Name            LOW WATER QUALITY - IMPACTED BY HIGH
                                              NITRATE AND DBCP LEVELS
 Utility District                             OLD AND UNDERSIZED STEEL MAINS CAUSING
                                              LOW PRESSURE AND WATER QUALITY.
 Utility District                             LOST MAIN WELL DUE TO HIGH NITRATES-WELL
                                              NEEDED TO MEET DEMAND
                City of Live Oak SCADA        In 2003, a 1.4 MG water storage tank was constructed
                System and Controls Upgrade at the City‘s Memorial Park. The tank is filled by two
                North Highland Park Turn-out The North Highland Park portion of the District is served
                Project                       by one turn-out. The District has received complaints
                Disinfection By-Products      Poor mixing within the two 750 elevation and two 900
                Reduction Project             elevation reserviors has at times produced high TTHM
                                              Capacity issue due to size of elevated water tank being
                                              too small.
                                              NEW WELL AND RESERVOIR CAPACITY TO MEET
                                              DEMAND
                                              DEAD ENDS IN DISTRIBUTION PIPES RESULTING IN
                                              POSITIVE BACTERIOLOGICAL SAMPLING
                                              CAN NOT SUPPLY PEAK DAY AND PEAK MONTH
                                              DEMANDS
                Woodlake Water Supply         The City has lost two wells due to contamination. Well
                Project                       #6 is out of service due to high nitrates and Well #1 is
                Water System Improvements LOW WATER PRESSURE AND INADEQUATE FIRE
                and water meters              FLOWS IN SOME AREAS OF SYSTEM
e Water Co.-Clearlake System                  Existing 2 inch steel pipe has deteriorated beyond it's
                                              economical life. The existing main has had numerous
                Main Street Water Main          The water main servicing the northern most section of
                Replacement Project, Phase II town has deteriorated to a condition of questionable
                                              WATER LINES CROSSES HIGHWAY 99. REDUCES
                                              DEPENDABILITY OF THE DISTRICT IN CASE OF
                                              THE CITY'S SURFACE WATER ALLOCATIONS
                                              BARELY MEET ITS WATER DEMANDS. THE U.S.
                CAWP Emergency and Fire       The Water Agency owns and operates the Central
                Storage Project               Amador Water Project which serves communities along
                Pipeline Replacement Project A large portion of the District's water system is
                                              comprised of an aging and relatively small diameter
                                              Critical need of steel main line replacement. The district
                                              also requires an additional 2.5 MG enclosed reservoir
                Intake Piping in Shasta Dam   The City of Shasta Lake has reached a critical turning
                                              point in the maturation of its water system. The City
                New Well                      Need additional water supply to maintain adequate
                                              pressures for domestic and fire flows.
                WKWDPA02--South Taft          South Taft is comprised of approximately 40 blocks of
                Water System                  low income residential housing. The existing water
                WKWDPA04 -- Installation of 1 During peak demand periods at Pump Station G, the
                MG Welded Steel Storage       pumps located at Pump Station B (up gradiant) are
                WKWDPA03 -- Re Coating        The problem is promarily an issue of protecting the steel
                Tank#8, Pump Station A        plates from further corrosion. The secondary issue is
            Tank 4 to Zone 1 Mainline          The current configuration of this portion of Arcata's
            Replacement                        water system is inadequately sized to transfer water to
            New Panorama Water Storage         The City of Arcata purchases 60-70% of its water from
            Tank and Pump Station              the Humboldt Bay Municipal Water District, and
            Downtown Steel Water Line          Arcata's downtown water distribution system is quite
            Replacement Project                aged in some locations, and seriously deteriorated along
            Groundwater Deepwell               The City of Avenal receives its water supply directly from
                                               the San Luis Canal, a federally owned portion of the
            Water Tank No. 4                   Water Storage Tank No. 4, a 750,000 gallon welded
            Replacement                        steel tank, installed in the early 1950‘s has exceeded its
            Water Distribution Upgrades        Water Storage Tank No. 4, a 750,000 gallon welded
                                               steel tank, installed in the early 1950‘s has exceeded its
            12" Transmission Pipeline          The 12‖ diameter transmission pipeline, installed in
            Replacement                        1972, is approximately eight (8) miles in overall length.
            Ridgewood Tank and Water           The Humboldt Community Services District Ridgewood
            System Improvements                Tank and Water System Improvement Project.Currently,
            City of Hemet Well No. 17          The City's current source productions are not sufficient
                                               to meet the maximum daily demand of 7.7 million
            Echo Hills Water Tank and          The City's current water storage capacity does not meet
            Line Improvement Project           California Waterworks standards for a system of its size.
                                               CAST IRON PIPES THAT ARE 60 YEARS OLD -
                                               EXPERIENCING CONSIDERALBE PIPE
                                               UNDERSIZED MAINS IN THE "NILES AREA" -
                                               INSUFFICENT WATER SUPPLY OR PRESSURE
                                               EXISTING PEAK DEMAND EXCEEDS THE WELL
                                               PRODUCTION CAPACITY
ER - SOMERSET MWC                              Inadequate water supply when one main or source of
                                               supply is interrupted. Undersized water mains in need
ORENCE/GRAHAM                                  UNDERSIZED PIPES (<4") THAT DO NOT COMPLY
                                               WITH WATERWORKS STANDARDS
            Well 38                            This well will replace needed potable water production
                                               that was lost this past year when an exsiting District
                                               Lower Dos Palmas area distribution system has
                                               undersized waterlines, shallow depth of cover, and
                                               Upper Dos Palmas area distribution system has
                                               undersized waterlines, shallow depth of cover, and
                                               East side of Dos Palmas area distribution system has
                                               undersized waterlines, shallow depth of cover, and
            Well #3 - treat for nitrate near   Well L-3 exceeds nitrate MCL and is shut off. The well
            mcl                                produces about 300 gpm.
            emergency generators               PROVIDE SOME WATER SUPPLY DURING
                                               ELECTRICAL POWER OUTAGE DUE TO MAJOR
            Porterville City - Airport WS      ADDITIONAL WATER SUPPLY TO MEET PEAK
            intertie                           SYSTEM DEMANDS
            water main replacement             SMALL REAR YARD WATER MAINS
                                               DETERIORATING DUE TO AGE, BREAKAGE BY
          HBMWD Techite Pipeline               The problem to be mitigated is the loss of water service
          Replacement                          and associated loss of wastewater service, fire service,
          HBMWD Emergency Mad                  The Humboldt Bay Municipal Water District is a regional
          River Crossing for MCSD              wholesale water provider that supplies water to
          HBMWD Aerial Crossing of             The Humboldt Bay Municipal Water District is a regional
          Blue Lake Pipeline Across            wholesale water provider that supplies water to
          HBMWD Replacement of                 The Humboldt Bay Municipal Water District is a regional
          Laterals at Ranney Collectors        wholesale water provider that supplies water to
          HBMWD Emergency Pipeline             The Humboldt Bay Municipal Water District is a regional
          Cross of Mad River at Blue           wholesale water provider that supplies water to
          HBMWD Fieldbrook Booster             The purpose of this project is to correct low water
          Pump Station at Korblex              pressure issues in portions of the Humboldt Bay
ARDINO CITY                                    Undersized transmission main
ARDINO CITY                               Undersized transmission main

ARDINO CITY                               Undersized transmission main

ARDINO CITY                               Replace older transmission main

ARDINO CITY                               Additional storage needed

ARDINO CITY                               Undersized transmission main

ARDINO CITY                               Additional storage needed

ARDINO CITY                               Undersized transmission main

ngton Elem. School                        Insufficient supply to fulfill Section 64562 (quantity of
                                          supply) of the Waterworks Standards.
te Line School                            Existing pressure tank frequently waterlogs and
                                          therefore does not fulfill Section 64560(a)(6) (minimize
mentary School                            Lead levels less than action level

          Southern Trinity Backup water We are in need of a backup water system here at our
          system                        school. We have 1 deep well and had to abandon our
          New Piping                    80+ year old system. Many leaks, not mappying, single
                                        line, pipe size ranges 1/2-1/4".
                                        Need backup delivery system to main camp when
                                        repairs made to existing transmission main; high water
NSERVATION CAMP                         PROBLEM WITH CONTAMINATION OF WATER
                                        SYSTEM (CAMPYLOBACTER) WITH LEAKS IN
                                        Additional water required for existing system. Complete
                                        fire loop in town.
          Replacement of substandard In 2000 the Buzztail Community Service District (Water
          infrastructure                Division) received a request from the Butte County
ILLE WATER CO.                          Creek source inadequate to meet demand and
                                        distribution system leaks badly.
LLEY TRAILER PARK, INC                  DUE TO AGE UNDERGROUND PIPES MUST BE
                                        REPLACED AND THE COUNTY REQUESTS WE
          2nd Water Source              This community PWS currently has only one source of
                                        water - a groundwater well. Due to the current drought
          Trinity Knolls MWC Supply     Trinity Knolls MWC supplies their 61 connections (one
          Well Installation             includes a very large campground) with groundwater
          Replace pump & outfit well    Failure of main well pump and boost pump. Need to
                                        develop alternate well as back up water resource
          Upgrade storage capacity and This water system has inadequate storage to provide
          Support Programs              fire protection and drinking water to shareholders.
          Loop system and install       This system does not have adequate fire protection. It
          required fired hydrants       is proposed that we install 10 fire hydrants with
          Water Well replacement,       The system is served by two very shallow wells that are
          additional storage, emergency not constructed to meet public water supply standards.
          New distribution lines        Aging system

          Womack feeder pipe              our distribution lines are breaking at an alarming rate. It
          replacement project             is diminishing our funds so fast that it is breaking our
ECO INC. WATER SYSTEM                     PUMP HOUSE FOUNDATION CRACKED, WATER
                                          MAIN ABOVE GROUND, WATER TANK LEANING,
SA MOBILE HOME PARK                       SYSTEM'S SOURCE CAPACITY COULD BE
                                          IMPROVED.
                                          System is aging and has high TDS - 1300 ppm, and
                                          high Na - 500ppm.
             Oakmont Water upgrades for   Oakmont Water is currently served by a "wholesale"
             consolidation                connection to San Jose Water Co (SJWC) (paying retail
         A. Project Title: North Lone        Our mains and laterals were installed in the 1940's with
         Pine Mutual Water Company           used military surplus pipes. Some of the mains were
TUAL WATER COMPANY                           Substandard old water distribution system with 1 1/2" -
                                             6" tuberculated mains, allowing low flow capacities -
AIR MOBILE HOME PARK                         Aging wells, valves and distribution lines.

NES MOBILE HOME PARK                         Single well source lacks reliability. Pressure is low.

          Water Main Line / Meters           Our water system was established in 1972 which
          Replacement                        provides service for 32 connections. The water main
K HIGHLANDS MUTUAL WATER CO                  Aging storage tank not fulfilling Section 64560(a)(6)
                                             (minimize effects of structural failure) of the Waterworks
            Develop New Source or            Inadequate water supply; no outages but rationing
            Consolidate                      required to meet summer demand.
                                             Booster station for upper pressure zone consists of a
                                             single booster pump which is old and near the end of its
            New Well/Intertie with City of   Bishop Acres MWC has only a single well as a source
            Shafter                          and therefore lacks required system reliability.
            Increase Storage Capacity        Water system only has 10,000 gallons of storage
                                             capacity. Per the engineering report of 10/4/2007, title
            Water Distribution               Current distribution system is beginning to fail. There
            Improvement                      has been a significant loss of pressure between units 1 -
            Backup electric system           Water system is powered by a well pump and booster
                                             pump, during an electrical outage the water system will
            Water Distribution System        The water distribution system was originally constructed
            Upgrades                         out of substandard materials using substandard
            Well Controls - Mt. Hannah       Storage tanks, supply pumps and wells are traditionally
            Water System                     connected through a system of level-controls which
            Mt. Hannah Distribution          The Mt. Hannah Water System serves a small
            System Looping                   community in County Service Area #22. The distribution
                                             System WAS in non-compliance with swtr, NOW needs
                                             ONLY storage and fix inadequate sized mains.
         Mireval Association Water           Mireval Improvement Association consists of 16 homes
         Improvement Project 2010            connected by 55 year old galvanized iron piping. There
LAGE MOBILE HOME PARK                        Need more storage and system reliability.

 MOBILE HOME VILLAGE                         LACK OF BACK-UP POWER AND A BACK-UP PUMP

          Replacement for well number        The water system was designed with four wells and a
          four                               90,000 gallon holding tank. Well number four has never
MI CREEK KNOLLS                              THE WATER SYSTEM WAS INSTALLED IN THE
                                             EARLY 60'S AND IS VERY UNRELIABLE. IT
            New Well, Pump and, Tank         lack of adequate source and storage capacity

Cooperative Company                          Replace mains and consolidate.

                                             Insufficient water pressure, insufficient storage, and
                                             insufficient pumping volume.
                                             SINGLE WELL SYSTEM WITH PRESSURE
                                             PROBLEMS.
SA SKY RANCH WATER SYSTEM                    Holding capacities not adequate piping system in need
                                             of 50% to 75% replacement, alternate pupm.
            generator power back up for      Lose of electrical power prevents pump motors from
            electrical outages at the well   maintaining adequate system pressure through the
                                             Interruptions in water delivery during power outages
                                             which occur frequently in winter months and may be 3 to
                                             SINGLE WELL SYSTEM HAS OLD WELL. NO
                                             AUXILIARY POWER.
LAKESIDE WATER CO.                           System needs two 1000 gallon tanks, two air
                                             compressors, two chlorinators, and miscellaneous
ASSAGE/SIERRA RIDGE                          DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM NEEDS REPLACEMENT

                                             Undersized mainline

            MD-60 Dillon Estates and         Water System does not meet fire flow and storage
            Miami Creek consolidation        requirements. System has no back up generator for
es County Water Dist                         Old water mains that are in need of upgrades, causing
                                             water outages during summer months.
             2nd Water Source                This community PWS currently has only one source of
                                             water - a groundwater well. Due to the current drought
                                             Old substandard mainline

             Water Distribution Piping       The project is designed to provide the pipe and
             Project                         connection of additional water supply (well) to the
             50,000 Gallon Storage Tank      This project will provide additional needed storage for
                                             customer drinking water needs and fire flow.HEALTH
                                             Inadequate storage capacity

                                             Needs back-up storage tank and well

ngs Water District                        Outdated system with many nonworking valves, fire
                                          hydrants, service lines.
CANTUA CREEK                              SURFACE WATER IS PROVIDED FROM THE
                                          WESTLANDS WATER DISTRICT. DURING THE
           Instrumentation/SCADA          Alarms and monitoring is required for the Clearwater
                                          MWC in accordance with provisions in the water supply
N MOBILE HOME PARK                        LOW WATER PRESSURE, BROKEN LINES AND ONE
                                          TIME CONTAMINATION AND PUMP PROBLEMS
           Greenhorn CSD Distribution     Undersized water mains and insufficient storage and
           System                         pumping facilities to provide fire flow.
           Lake Madrone Water District Department of Public Health, Division of Environmental
           Storage Facility Improvement Health, County of Butte, State of California recorded a
                                          Existing wells have insufficient output to fulfill Section
                                          64562 (quantity of supply) of the Waterworks Standards.
EYS WATER DISTRICT                        The tank transmission pipeline is improperly installed
                                          and has had major leak problems. From main tank we
           Stirling Bluffs - Storage Tank The Stirling City water service area does not currently
           Project                        meet the emergency and operational storage
                                          Distribution system pressure and flow problems.
                                          Replace old concrete storage tanks.
           Pumps and Controls for CSA The Kono Tayee Water System provides drinking water
           #13                            for County Service Area #13. A system of wells and
           Replacement Water Storage The Kono Tayee water system serves customers within
           Tanks - Tank Site 1            the County Service Area #13. The system experienced
           Water Distribution (pipe)      Undersized distribution piping and non-looped portions
           Upgrades for CSA #13           of the distribution system. HEALTH BENEFITS include
           50,000 Gallon Storage Tank     This project is for the construction of a 50,000 gallon
                                          storage tank to serve the customers served by the
           Water Distribution System      The Starview Water System provides drinking water for
           Upgrades                       the customers in County Service Area #18. The
           Replace sub-standard           This application is for improvements/upgrades to the
           distribution lines.            oldest part of our distribution sytem which was not
           Bonanza Water System           This project will include the replacement of 400 ft. of
           Distribution System Upgrades undersized water main. The preliminary engineering
                                          System needs a capacity analysis and master plan to
                                          comply with Lake County General Plan. Current
           100,000 Gallon Water Storage This project will provide an additional 100,000 gallon
           Tank                           storage tank for the water system serving County
NICIPAL WATER DISTRICT IDA                Various pipe segments are very old and troublesome
                                          with many repairs per mile. Some will not support fire
             Lewiston Park Mutual Storage Problems:1. Source Capacity. Lewiston Park Mutual is
             Tank                           supplied by groundwater wells year-round. However,
             Water Mains                    Installation of approximately 540 feet of 12" main line on
                                            Mill Street, Point Arena to replace a deteriorated section
                                            Low pressure in portion of distribution system. At times
                                            of high demand, pressure drops to below 20 psi.
             Tract 92 CSD Safe Drinking     Safe Drinking Water Project
             Water Project
             Tract 92 CSD Water             Water Distribution Replacement Project
             Distribution Replacement
             Tract 92 CSD Feasibility Study Feasibility Study

             Replace Redwood Storage        The clubhouse storage tank in the Riviera West MWC
             Tanks                          distribution system is in poor condition. Upon a site
more System                                 WELL WATER CAPACITY AND AVAILABILITY
                                            INADEQUATE DURING WINTER MONTHS-AS
PINES MUTUAL WATER CO INC                   Reservoir aged and repairs are required every year.
                                            System not fulfilling Section 64560(a)(6) (minimize the
            Replacement Well                This system has two wells. Well 3 is active and yields
                                            adequate water to supply current demand. Well 1 is
            Backup Well power source        This is a sole source water system and the only active
                                            well does not have an emergency interconnection or
            Clearwell Expansion,            Compliance order 02-03-04C0-001 dated July 21, 2004
            Treatment & Distribution site   cited the District's insufficient treatment and storage
            Finley Water Distribution       The Finley water system serves customers within
            System Upgrade                  County Service Area #6. Portions of the existing
            New SWTP                        Capacity shortfalls are experienced during peak
                                            demands in the Scenic View, Mono Village, and Sonora
            consolidation w Apple Valley    THE HEIGHT OF ONE OF THE TWO STORAGE
            and Phoenix Lake Park           TANKS NEEDS TO BE RAISED TO PROVIDE
            main replacement Midline        THE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM ALONG THE UPPER
            Drive                           END OF MIDLAND DRIVE HAS NUMEROUS LEAKS.
            main to intertie w Apply Valley DURING PEAK PERIODS, THE WATER TREATMENT
            ws                              PLANT IS A MAXIMUM CAPACITY.
            Phoenix Water Treatment         The District owns and operates 14 water treatment
            Plant                           plants (WTP) that serve 13,000 treated water
            replace water storage tank      THE CINDER BLOCK TREATED WATER STORAGE
                                            TANK IS ON THE VERGE OF COLLAPSE.
            gvl ac main replacement         This project is for the purpose of water distribution
                                            system replacement. The project covers replacement of
er RV and MHP                               Valves and pipes need replacement where damaged or
                                            stressed from age. Shutoff valves inadequate.
ter Co.-Magalia                             Water shortage. Degradation of water quality.

             Source, storage, & distribution System does not meet CA Waterworks Standards for
                                             water pressure, line size, and line looping
             Merced County Correctional      Arsenic levels in all three ground water wells that serve
             Complex Arsenic Treatment       the County's juvenile justice and adult correctional
                                             THE SYSTEM'S RELIABILITY NEEDS TO BE
                                             IMPROVED BY THE REPAIR OF TWO WELLS,
             Loop Distribution System        PROBLEM LONG DEAD END LINES. INABILITY TO
                                             SERVE PEAK FLOW
             New Storage Tank                LACK OF AVAILABLE STORAGE TO MEET PEAK
                                             AND FIRE FLOW
                                             System needs standby generator, two sets of
                                             disinfection equipment, and two pumphouses.
                                             Continuing source water bacteriological failures (total
                                             coliform) at Well No. 2 in Thornton.
             H2O Storage Tank Addition       Our current storage capacity is 100,000 gallons, but
             Sept. 2009                      according to Department of Public Health's (DPH) 2005
              Spring Valley Water Treatment    Spring Valley experiences periods of commercial line
              Facility Standby Emergency       power interruptions. The water treatment facility only
              100,000 Gallon Water Storage     This project is to provide needed additional 100,000
              Tank                             gallons of water storage for the Spring Valley Water
              Water Storage Tank, Booster      According to a draft revision of the Waterworks
              Pump Station, and                Standards submitted to the State for review on February
              Water Distribution System        In January 2008, the District of Biola completed an
              Improvements                     Infrastructure Rehabilitation Feasibility Study that found
                                               No storage.

                Energy-Efficient and Reliability The District of Biola's primary domestic drinking water
                Retrofitting of Water Well       well - Well 3 - was drilled in 1978. Its head motor is an
munity Services District                         EXISTING DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM ON LATONIA
                                                 AND ARMSTRONG AVENUES IS OLD STEEL PIPE
munity Services District                         THE TWO ACTIVE WELLS ARE LOCATED ON THE
                                                 SAME SIDE OF TOWN AND CAN NOT PROVIDE
                Buttonwillow Arsenic Mitigation Water well number #4 is contaminated with Arsenic (11
                Project                          to 14 PPB) in excess of State and Federal Safe Drinking
                                                 INSUFFICIENT WATER FLOW FOR FIRE
                                                 PROTECTION. NEED TO REPLACE THE EXISTING
                Northwest Water Distribution The project is located in the northwestern section of the
                System Replacement               boundaries of the McCloud Community Services
                Rehabilitation of Lower Elk      McCloud's Lower Elk Springhouse has multiple
                Springhouse                      deficiencies that require renovation to address the
                Four (4) 50,000 Gallon Water The Soda Bay Water Treatment Facility treats surface
                Tanks                            water from Clear Lake to drinking water standards for
                Blue Lake Water Distribution The City of Blue Lake receives treated potable water
                System Improvement Project from the Humboldt Bay Municipal Water District. The
                Booster station to verve         Pressures in distribution system in Glendale area below
                Glendale area                    20 psi during high demands.
ublic Utility Dist                               HOLE IN WELL CASING - WELL SANDING

                Le grand Community Services Le Grand Community Services DistrictWater pipeline
                District pipeline replacement  replacement projectThe existing distribution system fo
                                               EXCESSIVE WATER LEAKS IN THE WATER
                                               DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM.
blic Utility District                          Small main lines (1 1/2" and 2"). Low water pressure for
                                               domestic service.
County Water District                          Several areas of the District are served by steel pipe
                                               that has become less and less reliable due to its age.
County Water District                          Bolted steel tank, circa 1940, has obvious signs of
                                               metallurgic failure.
                200,000 Gallon Water Storage This project is the construction of a 200,000 gallon
                Tank                           storage tank to serve the customers within the
                Water Distribution System      There are currently eight (8) distribution system
                Upgrades                       deficiencies totaling 21,300 lineal feet identified in this
                2MG Water Storage Tank         The existing water tank is constructed of a concrete slab
                Upgrades and Rehabilitation    on grade, bolted steel walls with a wooden roof system.
                Water System Improvements The purpose of this proposed project is to replace and
                                               upgrade the existing old water pipelines in the Lost Hills
                Arsenic Facility Improvements More Sludge beds are needed at the existing Arsenic
                Project                        Treatment Facility to contain excess backwash
                Consolildation,Infrastructure  While the system has an ample water source it cannot
                Repair and Replacement         meet fire flow with undersized and failing distribution
                Waterline Replacement on       Coinciding with governor‘s goal of achieving a water use
                Monument Road                  reduction of 20 percent per capita, the City of Rio Dell
                Service Line Replacements on The City of Rio Dell installed a new 8-inch and 6-inch
                Riverside Drive                water main distribution line on the West end of Riverside
                Undersized Water Distribution The water Coinciding with the California governor‘s goal
                Pipeline Replacement Project - of achieving a water use reduction of 20 percent per
             Additional Water Storage Tank Currently, there is insufficient water supply to meet the
                                            peak demands of the community at appropriate water
             Angels, City of                Substandard 35 year old 10" diameter steel main
                                            serving City of Angel. Multiple leaks
             GSWC-Calipatria System-        Currently, the Niland Water System is supplied by a
             Secondary Feed to Niland       single, 3mile long pipeline from Calipatria to Niland. A
             Water distribution replacement City of Dos PlaosWater distribution replacement
             project                        projectThe water distribution system for the community
LLOWBROOK                                   UNDERSIZED PIPES (<4") THAT DO NOT COMPLY
                                            WITH WATERWORKS STANDARDS
             Planning for BDV Water         Need to identify water quantity and quality information to
             Agency                         serve potential development and establish needed
                                            Old deteriorating water mains installed in the 1950's are
                                            routinely leaking and or breaking.
             SCADA Control and              The SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisation)
             Communication System           is a large component in the operation of the surface
             Water Distribution System      City water distribution system is in desperate need of
             Rehabilitation and             rehabilitation and replacement. Existing water mains
                                            Diminishing water production capacity, low water
                                            pressures.
ter and Sanitary District                   Alta Vista Water Treatment Plant requires
                                            improvements for system reliability.
             Consolidation of the Pillar    Pillar Ridge Mobile Home Park (Pillar Ridge) is a small
             Ridge Mobile Home Park         mobile home community located in Moss Beach,
                                            Reservoir rehabilitation.

             Remove 4" inch water mains      Slauson Avenue has old 4 inch cast iron pipes that were
             and upgrade system on           laid back in the 1920's and 30's these pipes run under
             dead end water main             Install new 8 inch water main along Maywood Avenue
             replacement                     on the west end of our water system; to eliminate the
             Drill New Well #5               Well #3 was drilled in 1943 and our well #4 was drilled in
                                             1950 according to records in our office. Both wells are
             Replacement of old and          We have about 400 Valves that have been there since
             undersize gate valves           1920's and 30's.Many of these valves do not shut down
             Cleaning Pigging and Reline     Pigging the pipeline of approximately 60,000 feet of cast
             water mains                     iron water pipeline throughout the water system.The
             Updated plant and system        Maywood Mutual water Company is a small system with
             electrical components           only 3 employees to work the system. We do
             N. State St. Pipeline Project   The Millview County Water District backbone main,
                                             routed along North State Street, Consists of pipelines
             Water Tank Replacement          Here are some facts about our tank that needs repair
                                             and updating.a) Our 500,000 gallon tank (small tank)
             Project 6                       Leaky, old, undersized distribution mains

             Project 4                       Old, leaky, undersized main

             Project 3                       Leaky, old undersized water mains.

             Project 2                       No emergency power, limited storage, no telemetry;
                                             leaky, old, undersized mains.
             Project 1                       Water outage during power outages due to
                                             communication failure between sites. Leaky, old,
             Project 5                       Leaky, old undersized water mains.

                                             LACK OF BACKUP BOOSTER CAPABILITIES FROM
                                             WELLS TO STORAGE
                                             LACK OF EMERGENCY POWER

                                             PRESSURE FLUCTUATION HIGH END OF THE
                                             SYSTEM
                                               INABILITY TO TRANSFER WATER FROM PINION
                                               WELL TO STORAGE TANKS
                                               NUMEROUS SERVICE LINE FAILURES IN OLDER
                                               SECTIONS OF THE CITY
              Well Replacement Project         The Golden Hills Community Services District (District)
                                               is located in the Tehachapi Mountains in Kern County,
                                               Well 1 does not meet state standards, structure subject
                                               to vandalism
                                               Old transmission lines

              Emergency Generator and           Tract 349 Mutual Water Company water system has no
              Controls for Emergency Power      back up power in the event of power loss in the area.
              Repair and or Rehabilitate        All gate valves with conventional packing in the
              Leaking Distribution System       distribution system are leaking due to old age, broken
              Install Emergency Water           Tract 349 Mutual Water Company have no emergency
              Intertie Connection               water intertie connection to the City of South Gate.
              Woodlake Water Tank               Our 500,000 gallon water storage tank (city has only
                                                one) has been determined (by an outside engineering
             Well CV #6                         water availability is in becomming questionable and will
                                                be in serious condition if a critical well is lost. We have
 CSD-Anderson                                   No alternate source of water for emergency. Deadend
                                                lines need to be looped to fulfill Section 64560(a)(6)
             Water Main Replacment              Some of the District's water mains are old and
                                                deteriorated.
             Well 17 Improvements               The District has three wells. When the highest capacity
                                                well is offline the other two wells are not capable of
                                                MCKIBBIN DRIVE PIPELINE IS AN OLD WRAPPED
                                                STEEL PIPE THAT IS LEAKING.
                                                INSUFFICIENT STORAGE DURING PEAK DEMAND
                                                PERIODS.
 LA CITY WATER DEPT                             UNDERSIZED MAINS. SYSTEM FAILS CURRENT
                                                DOMESTIC AND FIRE FLOW REQUIREMENTS
             Replace Water Mains in the         The mains in this area were installed during world war II
             Presidential Streets               and are constructed of steel. Over time they have
             Installation of a 1 million Gallon Much of the growth in the community has occured on
             Storage Tank and Main Lines the east side of town. The City acquired development
 LA CITY WATER DEPT                             UNDERSIZED AND OLD DETERIORATED 4" STL
                                                WATER PIPE THAT IS OVER 55 YRS OLD. SYSTEM
 LA CITY WATER DEPT                             DETERIORATED AND COLLAPSED CASING IN
                                                OPEN BOTTOM WELL, SHUT DOWN IN 1995.
             Well 6 improvements                This well produced high levels of sand that destroyed
                                                the pumps. The City invested in an "Aqua Stream"
 LA CITY WATER DEPT                             UNDERSIZED AND DETERIORATED PIPE. SYSTEM
                                                FAILS DOMESTIC AND FIREFLOW PRESSURES.
 LA CITY WATER DEPT                             UNDERSIZED AND DETERIORATED 6" AND 8" PIPE.
                                                SYSTEM FAILS DOMESTIC AND FIREFLOW
             Complete Well #14, Piping and Recent agricultural development surrounding the City
             Improvements                       and the drought has caused a drop in the water table.
             Truman Drive/15street Water When the City attempted to drill a new well on
             Main                               Chowchilla Blvd to provide water to the industrial area of
ter Co.-Paradise Pines                          Water shortage of 1,000 gpm.

ter Co.-Paradise Pines                         Storage shortfall and Tanks #1 and #2 need
                                               rehabilitation.
                                               DISTRIBUTION PROBLEMS

              Wellhead Improvement Project Four of the City's wells are not protected again the 100-
                                           year flood. In the event of a flood water supply would be
              Holman Tank Replacement      The City has fire flow issues due to insufficient pressure
              Project                      supply from the Holman water tank. The tank has
        12th Street Undersized Water Coinciding with the California governor‘s goal of
        Main Replacement Project     achieving a water use reduction of 20 percent per
                                     A) Large diameter system main line extensions to
                                     eliminate small diameter customer lines, extending long
        Waterline Improvements -     Majority of the older parts of the City's water distribution
        Phase II                     system were installed as early as the 1920s. These
        Well #9 and Well #13         Both the well systems were installed more than 15 years
        Conversion to Water          ago. City's maintenance division is proposing to convert
MUTUAL WATER CO.                     Transmission lines were installed in the late 1940's and
                                     early 1950's. They are deteriorating. Experience 3 - 4
                                     Low pressure in areas of the city. Inadequate main line
                                     size in areas. Absence of looping in parts of the system.
                                     Lack of storage capacity in zone north of Hwy 36E/99E.

            City of San Jacinto Masterplan The City of San Jacinto Water System serves the urban
            Waterline Upgrade Project      core of the City (newer areas of the City are served by
                                           Shortage of well capacity, water quality problems due to
                                           iron and manganese. Also, the City's distribution
                                           Need backup supply; vulnerability to seismic disruption.

            2009 Arsenic Treatment            City Well #12 (Source PS Code 28S/25E-10N01 M) has
            System at City Well 12            seen its Arsenic levels sharply increase over the past
                                              A LOW-INCOME AREA WAS ADDED TO SYSTEM
                                              AND IN PUTTING A BURDEN ON THE SYSTEM. THE
            Distribution System Reliability   The City of Ukiah‘s water distribution system includes
            Project                           older transite pipe which poses a high risk of
                                              Residents experience lower than normal water pressure
                                              and minimum flow for fire hydrants cannot be
                                              WELLFIELD CONNETED BY 30 YEAR OL 30"
                                              PIPELINE 7.5 MILES LONG.
            SunnySlope CWD Well #11           The construciton of well 11 will allow Sunnyslope County
            Construction                      Water District to meet the existing demand for both
            Sunnyslope Well 12 &              Currently the Sunnyslope County Water District has a
            Associated Pipeline               water quantity deficiency in its existing system with
                                              POWER OUTAGES IN SWTR DUE TO LACK OF
                                              BACK-UP GENERATOR
NE PALMS WATER DIST                           Old mainline

NE PALMS WATER DIST                           Need additional storage

           12" Water Line to Loop Water Describe the water system problem(s) to be
           Main at Filburn & Central     addressed:Water delivery in Wasco is hampered by
           Water Tank #1 Construction    PROBLEM DESCRIPTION: Wasco‘s water distribution
                                         system has no emergency storage capacity. During
                                         Based on 1997 annual inspection, the City does not beet
                                         the minimum storage requirements.
           Peck Road Water Main          The City of El Monte‘s current water distribution system
           Improvements                  consist of many aged and unlined pipes. Results of a
                                         PEAK FLOW DEMAND IS EXPECTED TO EXCEED
                                         PRODUCTION CAPACITY OF EXISTING WELLS
LL, BELL GARDENS                         OLD CAST IRON PIPES WITH BIO-GROWTH AND
                                         POTENTIAL NITRIFICATION PROBLEM.
LL, BELL GARDENS                         UNDERSIZED PIPES (<4") THAT DO NOT COMPLY
                                         WITH WATERWORKS STANDARDS
           Brawley, City of              Water line distribution system is inadequate and aging
                                         causing inadequate water supply to existing residents.
           City of Brawley Elevated Tank The City of Brawley has a 250,000 gallon steel elevated
           Rehabilitation                tank at a public park (Hinojosa Park) located in the
                                         No storage in the Northend of the Water system. Need
                                         storage to meet the peak demands,
                                           System has 16,000 L.F. of low head transmission main.

           Downtown Water Main           Project Justification: The existing water system for the
           Relacement Project            downtown area is located in alleys, is in need of
           Water Treatment Plant         The City of Calexico Utility Services Department is
           Upgrade                       proposing to upgrade the Water Treatment Plant
                                         Replace water main (4-in) that has low flow with 6-in.
                                         pipe.
                                         Replace aging/failing valves in the distribution system
                                         with new ones.
           Orange to Scott Waterline     Lack of adequate water supply in this area adjoining the
           Replacement                   historic old town business district discourages
           Louise-Woodward 12-inch       This pipeline is one of only three crossings of Hwy 99
           Waterline Replacement         and provides a vital loop for the distribution system. The
           Top Priority Project! Feather Yuba City has a multi-facited need for constructing a
           River Intake System & Fish    new water intake system on the Feather River. For the
           Caustic or Zinc               Corrosion control study indicated that the Calcium
           Orthophosphate System         Hydroxide lime slurry that the WTP currently uses is not
           Eliminate Deadend Mains by The following areas are experiencing water quality
           Adding Connecting Loops       issues due to deadend water mains. Construction of
           Underground Electrical to Low The current low lift station is located at the Feather River
           Lift Station                  in the Flood Plain. Approximately every two years the
           Deteriorated waterline        The City of Delano needs to immediately replace 12,450
           replacement project           lineal feet of deteriorated 4" to 8" OD steel water
                                         System has insufficient water supply to reliably meet
                                         demands.
                                         Insufficient water storage facilities ( see attached
                                         documents).
                                         Nitrate levels in wells. Reranked to M from F (Dist let
                                         9/20/01)
                                         System has insufficient water supply to reliably meet
                                         demands.
                                         Lack of a pipeline to consolidate the Company's service
                                         area with Jurupa CSD to increase system reliabilty (See
                                         Insufficient water supply due to increasing nitrate levels
                                         of welss along van Buren Blvd. T25/R6W - Section 9
                                         Replace water line that have 3 or more leaks per year.

CITY, WATER DEPT.                          Low pressure, undersized mains, mains located in
                                           easements in area bounded by Acacia, Douglas,
CITY, WATER DEPT.                          Low pressure, undersized mains in area bounded by
                                           San Vicente, Bullis, Compton Blvd. and Holly.
          Two water Storage Tanks &        Compton is not in compliance with Water Storage
          Seismic Valve Controller         capacity requirements of LA county Fire Department as
CITY, WATER DEPT.                          WW standards defects. Low pressure in NE section of
                                           system; leaks, outages in major pipeline.
CITY, WATER DEPT.                          Low pressure, undersized Mains, in the area bounded
                                           by Alondra, Long Beach Blvd., Marcelle and Panness.
CITY, WATER DEPT.                          Low pressure, undersized mains in area bounded by
                                           Oaks, McDevitt, Rosecrans & Van Ness.
           City of Merced - Arsenic        Well 13 produces water with arsenic levels that
           Removal - Wellhead              approach the regulatory limit of 10 μg/L. Recorded
           City of Merced - Arsenic        City of Merced Well 2C produces water with arsenic
           Removal - Wellhead              levels that exceed the arsenic rule maximum
           City of Merced - Nitrate        Well Site 7 includes three potable water wells that pump
           Removal - Wellhead              into a common elevated water storage tank. The three
           Water Distribution Pipelines    City of San Bernardino Municipal Water Department
           Replacement                     Pipeline Replacement ProjectSetting:The City of San
           NE Surface Water Treatment      The City's 30 Million Gallon Daily Surface Water
           Facility Telemetry Tower        Treatment Facility (SWTF) was completed in June 2004
            NE Surface Water Treatment        The City's 30 Million Gallon daily Surface Water
            Facility Overflow Spill Basin     Treatment Facility (SWTF) was completed in June 2004
            Water Main Replacement at         Water mains in many older parts of the City have aged
            Shaw/Barstow-Fruit/Tielman        and deteriorated and are in need of replacement. Leaks
            Emergency Power Generators        The City of Fresno needs to achieve security and
            for Pump Stations 132 and 318     reliability of the water delivery system to ensure a safe
                                              Inadequate storage capacity

                                              Inadequate distribution system piping

                                              THE SOURCE CAPACITY IS UNRELIABLE.

VALLEY SCHOOL                                 Only one well source and pressure is very low.

en Conserv. Camp                              Deterioating storage tank, no disinfection; one well (no
                                              back-up system).
Union Elem. School                            The main waterline from the well has a restriction in it
                                              allowing only 15 gpm of water usage.
            Pacific Union Repipe              Our water system and had to notify users of Coliform
                                              bacteria contamination in the last several years. The
            Connection of Water Supply        The Micke Grove Regional Park is located
            From The City of Lodi's           approximately 2 miles south of City of Lodi. The Park
            Central High School West          The Central High School West Campus water system
            Tank and Well Addition            consists of a facility with a single well that serves
            Grant High Water project          The site well and associated motor and storage tank are
                                              deteriorating and have reached the end of their life
            Replacement - Water Supply        Old water system installed in 1966 and needs
            System                            replacement.
            Water Supply Project              The Ventucopa community water system is now
                                              classified as a community water system by the Santa
            Consolidation of County            Source Reliability
            Service Area 29 with Lucerne
of Well Owners                                Multiple mainline leaks

                                              System has only one approved source of supply.

LAGE WATER CO.                                EXISTING STORAGE TANK LEAKS DUE TO RUSTED
                                              FLOOR. INABILITY TO ISOLATE PORTION OF
            SBCWD well pump                   Sawyers Bar uses surface water to supply our treatment
            replacement                       plant. There is an existing well plumbed into our water
            SBCWD holding tank                Sawyers Bar County Water Districts' 20,000 gallon
            demolition and replacement        holding tank for domestic water needs immediate
                                              System has no gravity storage and experiences low
                                              pressures during peak demands.
ong Redwoods State Reserve                    Exisitng AC transmission lines separating two areas of
                                              park are failing.
           Bring Hot Springs Water            On October 26, 2006, Jerry Sipe directorof the Plumas
           System Into Compliance With        County Environmental Health Department cited the
           New well to augment single         Single well, if it fails, system is out of water
           well
           Lake Success Mobile Lodge          Lake Success Mobile Lodge is supplied with potable
           Water Supply Reliability           water by one groundwater well, which has a history of
 Community Services District                  Inadequate source and storage capacity

                                              Inadequate source and storage capacity

            Frontier trails to CWS intertie   Our current drinking water system is supplied by two
                                              wells, one of which, our standby system is too shallow
                                              Single well supplies system
                                               Old, substandard distribution system

               Cabrillo Rejuvenation and     The existing water system is very old and consists of
               Maintenance (CRAM) Project    World War II components. It is susceptable to frequent
               Redundant Source              Provide a redundant source to a single source water
                                             system.
                                             Well source influenced by surface water. Aging
                                             distribution system.
              Tank Lining Rehabilitation and White Mountain Mutual Water Company a California
              System Redundancy Project      Corporation was established in 1980, and operates as a
 EEK MOBILEHOME PARK                         The spring source and storage tank are shared with a a
                                             school, making it difficult to fulfill Section 64560(a)(2)
  POOL MOBILE HOME PARK                      INADEQUATE SUPPLY RESULTS IN LOW
                                             PRESSURES.
                                             Well is in close proximity to a surface water source.
                                             However, sampling results have not shown that it is
              Logview Mobile Estates-        Longview Mobile Estates has only well. Therefore, the
              Second Well or Consolidation water system is not reliable.
              Tabeau Mobile Home Park        Copper in the system exceeds State "action" limit. Iron
              Well Replacement with City     exceeds secondary MCL limit. No emergency storage
              New well to augment single     Single well if it goes out during drought, system is out of
              well                           water.
WAIN HARTE MOBILE PARK                       SYSTEM'S TWO WELLS CAN NOT SUPPLY
                                             ENOUGH WATER IN THE SUMMER MONTHS.
              Increased Storage Capacity     Meadow Estates Mutual Water Company is an aged,
              Project                        small rural water system.There is inadequate holding
              New well to augment single     Single well, if the well fails, the systme will be out of
              well                           water.
              Sierra Village Mobile Home     No emergency water system back up available at this
              Park - Source Reliability      time. One of two existing wells is dry and not in use.
              Desert Breeze MHP-Second       Desert Breeze MHP has only well. Therefore, the water
              Well/Intertie with Rosamond    system is unreliable.
 EEK COMMUNITY SER DIST                      Water system has a number of leaky distribution system
                                             mains.
              Well/System Treatement         Well, storage and distribution system test positive for
                                             coliform 3-4 months per year.
              System Upgrade                 Storage tank deterioration, replace pump house
                                             structure for security and sanitation, build fencing for
 e Pine Mobile Home Park, LLC                Single well, inadequate storage capacity

               New Well                        The system has experienced several total coliform MCL
                                               violations, however, none since September 2005. The
               Alpine Acres Infrastructure     Alpine Acres MWC seeks to consolidate its operations
               Replacement Project             with Tuolumne Utilities District to improve the reliability
               Supply main replacement         We have 1.5 miles of 50 year old 2" steel supply line
                                               pressurized at up to 440 ft of head. After 45 years of
                                               Needs second source and storage tank.

 FORKS ESTATES MUTUAL WTR                      DISTRIBUTION INSTALLED IN 1958; IRON PIPES
                                               ARE CONSTANTLY ERODING; VALVES ARE
               Replace 10,000 gallon           CSA No. 14 must be able to provide water to 41
               hydropneumatic tank             residential parcels. The 10,000 gallon hydropneumatic
 e Home Park                                   low water pressure because one well can't handle
                                               system demand
 e Home Park                                   Low water pressure because well can't handle the
                                               demand.
MOUNTAIN MUTUAL WATER                          UNSATISFACTORY DISTRIBUTION LINES

                                               INADEQUATE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM AND
                                               STORAGE RESULTING IN PERIODIC LOW
 OMMUNITY SERVICE DIST                          Old mainline

              Pump Replacement                 One spring house pump and the booster pump have
                                               broken down and are inoperable.
W OAKS MUTUAL WATER CO                         NEED LARGER STORAGE IN CASE OF PUMPING
                                               FAILURE AND/OR DISINFECTION CONTACT TIME IS
W OAKS MUTUAL WATER CO                         NEED TO EXPAND SOURCES OF WATER. THE
                                               WELLS DRAW DOWN TO MARGINAL LEVELS IN
W OAKS MUTUAL WATER CO                         NEED TO REPLACE OLD SERVICE LINE DUE TO
                                               RUST AND SAND PROBLEMS.
             MD-24 water outages and           System wells are not able to keep up with water
             system failure                    demand. Water system is in a critical fire hazard zone.
             Construct a surface water         This District, which was formed in 1964, has a water
             treatment facility and water line system that has one 121,000 gallon storage tank which
             Columbia MHP Potable Water Potable water is distributed throughout a 65 space
             Distribution System               mobile home park.The water is ditributed throuh an old
 ual Water Company                             Aging system, steel pipes circa 1956, mains: 4 & 6 inch.

 omestic Water                                  Old substandard mainline

 ter Co.-Walnut Ranch                           Need additional water source.

          Tank repair and pipe                  This system has a 33,000 gallon bolted steel water tank
          replscement                           that developed a leak on June 26, 2009. The supply line
          Sierraville Public Utility District   Because there are two dead-end lines and some
          East End Loop Project                 inadequately sized piping on east Main Street in
 CK CREEK MUTUAL WATER CO.                      Inadequate pressure in upper zone

              Water Improvement Project         Water system lacks the capacity in the backup well to
                                                meet water system demands. It does not have any
 CK CREEK MUTUAL WATER CO.                      Inadequate storage capacity

              New well to augment single        Single well, if it fails, the system is out of water
              well
              A&A MHP Water System              We only have one source of water

            Palo Verde College Reservoir        This is a 500,000-gallon bolted steel reservoir that has
            Rehabilitation and Lining           been in service for over ten years. Recent issues are
W.W.D #1 Calpine                                Inadequate water pumping and storage capacity to
                                                serve commercial, residential, and fire protection needs.
              New Water Source                  This is a sole source water system. The source is ~ 4
                                                miles from the community and is owned by a large
            Heather Glen Community              Heather Glen Community Services DistrictTreated water
            Services District Water             storage in the existing system is limited to one 100,000
hers Water Company                              Inadequate storage capacity.

hers Water Company                    Two wells must be replaced to provide reliable source
                                      capacity.
Community Ser. Dist.                  SECTION OF MAIN LINE EXPERIENCING
                                      NUMEROUS BREAKS.
           Tamarron MHP Potable Water Tamarron Mobile Home Park is a 90 space mobile
           Storage                    home community in Sonora,Ca (Tuolumne Co).Potable
           Cascadel Road Water System When the Cascadel Mutual Water Company upgraded
           and Hydrants Completion    to a new system in 1996 with both federal grant funds
           Well #3 Deepening          On advice of Cal DHS's Eugene Reade the Cascadel
                                      Mutual Water Company Inc. drilled an additional water
           Water Storage Replacement  The project proposes to replace three, leaking 15,000
           And Supplementation ER     gallon storage tanks with a new storage tank. The
           Well replacement, storage, This water system is over 70 years old. One of the wells
           shut off valves.           put in only gives us 5 gallons per minute. We need a
ey Water Company                                 Lack of water pressure in residences

               Cascadel Woods Fire               Cascadel Woods in a State Responsibility Area in a
               Protection Water Storage ER       remote heavily wooded area on steep terrain with
               Water System Control And          The project proposes install monitoring equipment and
               Monitoring                        automatic controls at all storage and pumping facilities.
               Groundwater Source                The Cascadel Mutual Water Company Inc. relies on two
               Development                       groundwater wells and a spring as its primary water
               Teviston South Well               The Teviston Community Services District is supplied
               Rehabiliation Project             water by 2 water wells. The South Well located on
               Additional Well for Ballico CSD   Water system lacks adequate and reliable water supply
                                                 because it has only one well as its total water source.
ain Mutual Water Co.                             Aging water main starting to have more leaks.

agle Lake MWC                                    Low water pressure.

           Robbins Water Main                    A portion of the Robbins water distribution system is
           Replacement Project                   nearly 60 years old. The main distribution lines were
 BILE HOME PARK                                  SYSTEM HAS SINGLE WELL

                                                 Old, undersized transmission and distribution lines

                                                 Storage facilities in poor structural condition

                                                 Single source of supply

          Replace two 10,000 gallon              CSA No. 5 must be able to provide water service for 151
          hydropneumatic tanks and               single family residential parcels. The original water
 CSD-Westwood                                    Need additional 250,000 gallons of storage capacity.
                                                 Need to replace existing watermains.
MUTUAL WATER CO.                                 Inadequate source reliability - 3 of 7 wells removed from
                                                 service that exceed nitrate MCL.
             Myers Flat Water Supply and         Myers Flat water supply is not secure and puts the Town
             Distribution System Project         in the position of a potential deficit. The Town‘s current
 orongo Valley                                   Distribution system does not meet waterworks
                                                 standards
 orongo Valley                                   Master Plan does not provide for reliable water system
                                                 operation
               Water Mains                       Installation of approximately 540 feet of 12" main line on
                                                 Mill Street, Point Arena to replace a deteriorated section
               Security Gate and Fences          Lack of security around Main Water Storage tanks and
                                                 well.
                                                 Single source of supply from reservoir to distribution
                                                 system.Low flow/pressure to customers.
               Replacement of water mains        The existing land uses in the Crows Landing community
                                                 consist of residential, commercial,and industrial
               Water Main Replacement            WATER MAINS ARE TOO SMALL TO PROVIDE
                                                 ADEQUATE SYSTEM RELIABILITY.
               Sierra Brook Water System         Sierra Brooks water system was developed to support
               Improvment                        the Sierra Brooks residential subdivision. This
 Mutual W.C.                                     Storage tank needs rehabilitation. Storage capacity is
                                                 inadequate. Need more fire hydrants.
 DEPENDENCE                                      Inadequate storage capacity

 DEPENDENCE                                      Old, substandard mainline

            Sheridan Water Supply and            Placer County Community Service Area 28, Zone 6
            Distribution Project                 (CSA), owns and operates the Sheridan Public Water
e PUD - Carnelian Woods                          Well is unreliable and is at risk for outages and reduced
                                                 water pressure.
e PUD - Carnelian Woods                      Unreliable system supply.

e PUD - Carnelian Woods                      Ineffcient water line.

                                             Old, substandard mainline

             Angeles main replacement      Replacement of 50 year old water main and fire
                                           hydrants and service connections. Pipe is composed of
O SA NO 19-ROLLING HILLS                   THE SYSTEM HAS TWO WELLS, THE MAIN WELL
                                           (NO. 1) HAS EXPERIENCED SANDING PROBLEMS
EEK COMMUNITY SERVICE DISTRICT             Inadequate storage results in low pressure problems in
                                           higher pressure zone during summer
                                           Water mains leak; lines are deteriorated and do not
                                           provide proper circulation of water.
           New Tank Lebec Zone             Not enough storage in the Lebec Zone to handle current
                                           and future maximum daily demand.
           Flow Meters at Wells            No flow meters at well sites. With the addition of flow
                                           meters the District will be able to account for water
           Lebec - New Tank/Booster        There is not enough storage capacity to meet current
           system                          and future demand for the system.
           Booster pump from State to      Currently a large portion of the district has insufficient
           Chimney Zone                    source capacity.
           Lebec - New Tank Chimney        This zone has the highest demand and there is not
           Canyon Zone                     enough capacity with existing tank.
           State and Lebec Zone            System is divided by the 5-freeway with only one
           Interconnections                connection. If the connection were to break, only
           Alarm and SCADA systems         Currently, well pumps are turned on automatically by a
                                           timer system or by manual operation. Timer can be
           Up-size Water Main for Phillips The existing 3-inch diameter pipeline that serves the
           Pressure zone                   Phillips Pressure Zone is inadequate for fire flows, high
           Starter Booster for State Well The State Well pump and State Well tank booster use
                                           the same electrical system and motor starter. If the
           Portable Emergency              The District does not have a portable emergency
           Generator                       generator to allow pumping during electrical outages.
           System Pressure and Source The Stratford Public Utility District (District) provides
           Capacity Enhancement            both water and sewer service to the unincorporated
           Research/Develop Well#6 with Maxwell Utilities is unable to deliver an adequate
           Security & Montoring System amount of water to supply the needs for the residents
           Service Connection              Our water system is 40+ years o ld and service lines are
           Replacement, Phase 1            galvanized steel. There are many leaks in these service
           Service Connection              Our water system is 40+ years o ld and service lines are
           Replacement, Phase 2            galvanized steel. There are many leaks in these service
           Upgrade Lateral Pipelines       We have one fire hydrant in our system that is
                                           connected to the water main through only a 2" pipe.
           Fire Hydrant Replacement        Our water system is 40+ years old. Many of our dry
                                           barrel type fire hydrants are failing. The oldest of our
           Linnell Farm Labor Center new The Linnell Farm Labor Center (FLC) was built in 1937.
           water system                    It was known then simply as the Linnell Labor Camp.
                                           Lack of production capacity due to deterioration of well

E SERVICE COMPANY                            Leaking mainlines and tanks

                                             Inadequate storage capacity

                                             Old, substandard mainline

          CSA #6 Silverthorn Distribution The current system consist of aging (25 year old) 3 inch
          Replacement                     galvanized water mains, gate valves, and wharf
SA NO 3 PARKSDALE                         THE WATER SYSTEM DOES NOT HAVE ADEQUATE
                                          RELIABILITY FACILITIES AND ITS CUSTOMERS
                                              REPLACEMENT OF MAIN TRANSMISSION LINES

            Water Supply Project       Additional water supply is needed to serve the areas of
                                       the District not elgible for treated aqueduct water, to
          0.65 MG Water Supply Tank II The San Miguel Community Services District (SMCSD)
                                       provides water service for about 1,850 people as well as
                                       One well serves two communities that are 8 miles apart.
                                       System does not fulfill the requirements of Section
          Home Garden New Well for     The Home Garden Community Services District
          Arsenic Standard Compliance (HGCSD) is an unincorporated district. It provides water
ES PARK MWC                            Refinance distribution system remediation project

           New Municipal Water Well -     The Tipton Community Services District (District)
           Tipton CSD                     provides domestic water to the residents of the
County Water District                     Old 100K redwood tank feeds to 500K tank. Restricts
                                          inflow limit to 600 gpm. Excess overflows tank.
            Terrace Water Co.             Terrace Water Company is seeking to replace the
            Transmission Line             system‘s main transmission line. Terrace Water
                                          Insufficient storage capacity resulting in water outages.
                                          System not fulfilling Section 64560(a)(4) (provide
                                          System experiences low pressure at higher elevations,
                                          in violation of waterworks standards
            Well #2 Replacement           Riverdale Public Utility District has three water supply
                                          wells that provide water to the community. The District‘s
            mgcsd bvwd intertie           failed intake structure drought conditions unreliable
                                          source water requires emergengy backup to protect
            Distribution system           Very low pressures or customers out of water for
                                          extended periods, undersized main lines.
            mgcsd raw water pump station drought conditions at primary intake at shasta lake has
            @main replacement project     eroded transmission main support . this pipeline is in
            Develop Well No. 5 to Replace Chester's water is currently obtained from four deep
            Failing Well No. 4 Chester    wells. The most recent well that was drilled
            Water Main Replacement        The existing water system was constructed in the late
                                          1940‘s and early 1950‘s. The lines range from 2-inch
                                          Need additional source of emergency water

            Water Distribution System         A significant portion of the water distribution system
            Pipeline Replacement              piping has out-lived its useful service life. About sixty
            Water Distribution System         Many of the City distribution system water valves were
            Valve Rehabilitation and          installed in the early 1900's, and some as early as 1890.
            Distribution System Inter-ties     During periods of summer peak hour flow, or during fire
            with Nevada Irrigation District   flow events, portions of the distribution system can
                                              INADEQUATE STORAGE FOR INTERCONNECTION
                                              TO THE CRYSTAL FALLS SYSTEM.
                                              THE SYSTEM NEEDS ADDITIONAL WATER SUPPLY
                                              DURING THE ANNUAL DITCH OUTAGE EVENT AND
                                              DURING DITCH OUTAGES, THERE IS INSUFFICIENT
                                              RAW WATER STORAGE AT THE WTP SITE.
                                              FREQUENT LEAKS IN STEEL SECTIONS OF THE
                                              BRENTWOOD DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
                                              THE CEDAR ROCK SERVICE AREA IS SUPPLIED BY
                                              A PUMP STATION THAT EXPERIENCES POWER
                                              THE PRESSURE BOOSTER SYSTEM LOCATED
                                              ADJACENT TO THE SUGAR PINE RIDDLE TANK HAS
                                              Inactive well with DCE contamination.

                                              Water transmission main supplying 2.1 million gallon
                                              hydro reservoir from the East Weaver Treatment Plant
            West Pine Watermain               Many of the water services along West Pine Street were
            Improvements                      installed very close to sanitary sewer service laterals
               Sneden Street Water             The distribution pipeline along Sneden Street are
               Improvements                    undersized and old. The distribution network is unable
               Hanby Street Water              The water line in Hanby Avenue is very important to the
               Improvements                    entire City of Bishop water system. The Hanby water
               Citrus Ave., Grand Ave., and    The Improvement District No. 11 (ID 11) water system
               Cornell Ave. Main               consists of three wells, 16-inch and 18-inch
               Salton Drive, Harpur Ave.,      The Improvement District No. 11 (ID 11) water system
               Rutgers Ave., Haven Drive and   consists of three wells, 16-inch and 18-inch
               Haven Drive, Riviera Circle     The Improvement District No. 11 (ID 11) water system
               and Grand Avenue Main           consists of three wells, 16-inch and 18-inch
               Marina Drive, Sorrel Avenue,    The Improvement District No. 11 (ID 11) water system
               and King Avenue Main            consists of three wells, 16-inch and 18-inch
               Pardi Way Pipeline              Construction of the pipeline is necessary replace an
               Replacement Project             existing 55 to 75 year old pipeline that includes cast iron
               Tunnel Street Waterline         The existing water main needs to be replaced with a
               Relocation Project              new water main since the existing main is approximately
e PUD - Main                                   Needs SCADA control system.

e PUD - Main                                   Undersized main line.

e PUD - Main                                   Low head lines due to proximity in elevation to storage
                                               reservoir.
               Reservoir 3601-2                CVWD's Improvement District No. 8 (ID 8) system is
                                               comprised of the Upper ID 8 Pressure Zone, Lower ID 8
                                               Old cast iron pipes with bio-growth and potential
                                               nitrification
                                               UNDERSIZED PIPES (<4") THAT DO NOT COMPLY
                                               WITH WATERWORKS STANDARDS
unty Water District                            During peak summer months filtration capacity falls
                                               short of demand.
unty Water District                            Low pressure problem in north east part of town.
                                               Residents occasionally without water.
unty Water District                            Numerous areas in distribution system that are too small
                                               or need to be looped to provide adequate flow during
                                               Need added storage and booster pumps.

n County - Lincoln Village              ELEVATED TANK DOESN'T MEET SEISMIC
                                        STANDARDS. OLD STEEL PIPES NEED REPAIR.
es Mutual Water Company                 Quality is compromised due to incomplete arterial loop
                                        system and excessive number of dead end mains. Also
 MUTUAL WATER CO. #2                    WW standards defects. Poor reliability of existing aged
                                        steel reservoirs. Insufficient storage.
           Eastside Water Pipeline      System Description:The District was formed in 1922 and
           Rehabilitation - Orosi PUD   currently provides water, sewer and lighting services to
                                        Old and deteiorating distribution system with many leaks
                                        and breaks, under sized mains.
           Reservoir 6806-2             CVWD's Improvement District No. 10 (ID 10) system
                                        includes the Mecca Pressure Zone, North Shore
           Reservoir 7990-2             CVWD's Improvement District No. 10 (ID 10) system
                                        includes the Mecca Pressure Zone, North Shore
ATER & SANITARY DIST                    OLD SUBSTANDARD SIZED LINES CAUSING
                                        CONTINUED MAIN LINE BREAKS AND LOW
           Division Well No. 8 Drilling The Division No. 8 Well will replace two wells in the
                                        same well field that developed high manganese levels
           Lakeplant Well No. 6 Pump    This well is designed to replace three wells in the same
           Station Construction         well field that are currently unusable for various reasons.
           Downtown Perris Waterline    The City of Perris Water System serves the downtown
           Replacement Program (Phase urban core of the city. The existing water infrastructure
           Water Main and Valve         The City of Perris Water System has many aging Water
           Replacement                  Mains and Valves that have not been inspected or
              Cady Springs Booster Station,     The proposed project is necessary to maintain a
              Storage Tank and Pipeline        reliable water supply with sufficient capacity for fire
              Chorro Valley Pumping Line       The City of Morro bay owns and operates an 8‖ AC PC
              Slip Lining                      100 pumping line to transport water from the City‘s
              Blanca Pipeline                  The City of Morro Bay feeds the four Blanca water
                                               storage tanks by flowing water from another tank site
                                               GROUNDWATER IS CONTAMINATED WITH DBCP.
                                               WELL NO. 11 EXCEEDS THE MCL.
                                               GROUNDWATER IS CONTAMINATED WITH DBCP,
                                               SOME WELLS EXCEED THE MCL.
                                               INADEQUATE WATER SUPPLY CAPACITY.

              Stewart Reservoirs Repair       Two reservoirs structurally failing and too small to serve
                                              the area; booster station needs to be replaced.
               Riviera Drive Water Production A water production facility and transmission water main
               & Treatment Facility           is required to service an older subdivision containing
               Murphy Street Well             City of Blythe Well #7 is at risk from 3 co-mingled
               Replacement w/Iron &           hydrocarbon plumes. Co-mingled plumes #1, #2, and
               Banner Cascade Lower           The primary purpose of the proposed project is to
               Cascade Pipeline Project       increase the capacity and reliability of raw water delivery
Water District                                Insufficient water storage capacity, not fulfilling Section
                                              64560 (a)(4) (provide adequate capacity) of the
               Bella Vista Water District     System has low pressure problem caused by deadend
                                              mains and is not fulfilling Section 64566 (system
Water District                                System has low pressure problem and is not fulfiling
                                              Section 64560 (a)(4) (provide adequate capacity to meet
Water District                                System has low pressure problems and is not fulfilling
                                              Section 64560 (a)(4) (provide adequate capacity to meet
                                              Inactive wells (1-02, 1-03, 5-01, 2-02) need nitrate
                                              treatment.
                                              Replace deficient valves and hydrants.

              Water System Replacement       The City of Avenal's (City) water distribution gate valves
                                             were installed in the early 1960‘s. Currently, a large
                                             Existing wells are over 45 years old. They are declining
                                             in both production and water quality.
                                             Existing wells are over 45 years old. They are declining
                                             in both production and water quality.
              New Domestic Water Well        The proposed construction of the new domestic water
              Construction                   well (#8) is necessary to reduce the operating time of
              CIP Project 3 Water Main       Hydraulic modeling of the distribution system returned
              Replacement                    pressure and velocity deficiencies in this area. This area
              Residential Water Main         The southeast quadrant of the City is one of the oldest
              Replacement                    areas of the City. The City has outgrown much of the
              Reed Avenue Water Main         The City of Reedley has recently constructed a new City
              Replacement                    domestic water well for the northern part of the City.
              Rehabilitate Well # 9 and      The City of Reedley's Well # 9 has been a problem for
              Install Back-up Generator      the City for many years. The City must replace the
              1.5 Million Gallon Water Tower 1. Reserve Fireflow Capacity - The City currently only
                                             has about 25 minutes of reserve fireflow capacity should
                                             Aged wells are declining in both production and water
                                             quality.
                                             Low pressure and lack of capacity during peroids of high
                                             demand
              Storage                        VAUGHN WATER CO. DESIRES TO INCREASE ITS
                                             QUANTITY OF ABOVE GROUND STORAGE TO
              GSWC-Barstow System-           There are fire flow deficiencies in the Barstow system
              Barstow Pipeline Replacement due to undersized 1920‘s era mains installed that range
              GSWC-Barstow System-Bear The old Bear Valley Reservoir was a post tensioned
              Valley Reservoir, Phase 1      concrete reservoir that no longer conformed to current
           City of Lompoc Flocculation        Replacement of the processing equipment for the
           and Clarification                  flocculation and clarification basins (2 each) is needed
           limited source capacity - wilson   Limited Source capacity resulting in service connection
           ck area - drill well               limitation
           mainline replacement -             Substandard mainline serving Wildwood Cyn area
           wildwood cyn
           mainline replacement               Substandard Mainline

           Hames and Rider Pump               Problem 1: The Hames and Rider Booster Stations are
           Station Replacement                now 37 years old, are no longer reliable, and need to be
           Corralitos Membrane Plant          Problem 1: The existing water treatment plant has
                                              filtration treatment deficiencies and does not meet
           Augmentation of System             Problem: The City‘s water system has a significant
           Groundwater Supply                 water quantity problem caused by source water capacity
                                              HIGH ARSENIC IN FIVE ACTIVE WELLS

           City of Madera Well and            The City of Madera has 18 water wells which provide
           Pipeline Replacement               water to its commercial and residental customers. This
           Indio Hills Reservoir              Since 2000, the City has experienced exponential
           Emergency Water Storage            population growth from 49,116 to its current population
           Plant 2; 5 Million Gallon          Since 2000, the City has experienced exponential
           ReservoirEmergency Water           population growth from 49,116 to its current population
           Lost Horse Reservoir               Since 2000, the City has experienced exponential
           Emergency Water Storage            population growth from 49,116 to its current population
           Waterline Replacement              The current water delivery system in the South Tahoe
           Project                            Public Utility District (STPUD) service areas of the Al
           Well #142 Replacement              This well replaces an existing well that was originally
                                              constructed in 1951 and was taken out of service due to
           Well #144 Replacement              This well replaces an existing well that was originally
                                              constructed in 1951 and was taken out of service due to
           Pipeline Replacement               This pipeline will replace of approximately 3 miles of
                                              stainless steel pipe to maintain water quality and
           Water Main Improvement             Approximately 48% of the City Water Mains are
           Project                            deficient. The lines need to be upgraded to provide
           City of South Gate- SCADA          The City is currently using an outdated SCADA system
           System                             of which part are no longer available or becoming
           Morningside Reservoir              Incorporated in 1908 the City of Inglewood serves a
           Rehabilitation                     constituency of 112, 600 persons, located on the
                                              Two inactive wells need PCE treatment.

                                              Inactive wells (10-01, 17-01, 21-01) need nitrate
                                              treatment.
                                              El Cariso water system replacement project due to poor
                                              condition of distribution system. See attached sheet.
          Stockton Delta Water Supply         Decreasing availability of groundwater and current
          Project                             surface water supplies.
Suburban Water District                       Difficult to supply water to local area and pressure is
                                              inadequate.
Suburban Water District                       Inadequate storage and unability to meet peak hour
                                              demands and providing system reliability.
Suburban Water District                       Insufficient distribution facilities.

                                              Cast iron water lines were origianlly installed in the early
                                              1900's. Lines are undersized which creates fire flow
                                              Elimination of pressure problems to reduce the need for
                                              a pump.
                                              Original lines installed in the 1950's. Lines are
                                              undersized which causes a fire flow problem and
           Perris II Desalter                 The goals of this project are to:• Mitigate exceedances
                                              of the primary MCLs for Nitrate and Perchlorate;•
             Western Way Pump Station     Eastern Municipal Water District (EMWD) provides
                                          water to a 555-square mile area in western Riverside
             Hemet/San Jacinto Integrated The IRRP has been formulated to address groundwater
             Recharge and Recovery        quality and dramatically declining water levels in the San
             Replacement of Old Wells     The City has many old wells that were constructed in the
                                          1940's and 1950's that are of open bottom wells without
             SWTP Backup Generator        The new SWTP does not have adequate backup power.

             Water Well Rehabilitation       The production of some wells is diminished due to
                                             mineral build-up on the casings.
             Central Fresno Storage Tank     Need to increase the water storage and delivery
                                             capacity in Central Fresno, which has expanded.
             Water Main Replacement          The water mains in the older parts of the City are old
                                             deteriorated and leaky.
                                             Old substandard mainline

                                             Lack of reliability due to singe well

EEK SCHOOL                                 The spring source and storage tank are shared with a
                                           mobile home park, making it difficult to fulfill Section
             Indian Springs Childen's      Upgrade existing water supply, increase water
             Center Water System Upgrade flow/volume, add water storage tank and new booster
             Alternative Water Source (2nd This well is at least 35 years old. There is no alternative
             Well)                         source for the users at this location other than the
i Conservation Camp                        Distribution consists of transite pipe and 35 years old.
                                           System leaks are common and difficult to repair.
             Replacement of Primary        The existing 100,000 gallon redwood storage tank,
             Potable Water Storage Tank at which serves as the primary potable water storage tank
                                           System is aging and needs improvements.

ATER CENTER                                  Well is vunerable to nitrate contamination

                                             Single source of supply

             clover flat                     high nitrates,old storage tank,poor testing sites
             elementary/well/tank/testing
             Backup Water System             Currently we have no back up water system for our
                                             public school. As of now we have 1 potable water
                                             PRESENTLY HAVE A GAC FILTRATION SYSTEM TO
                                             REMOVE DBCP. DBCP LEVELS IN THE WELL HAVE
          new campo elementary/new           our top producing well is over the max. m.c.l. in nitrates
          well/new storage tank              we also need to install (5) sampling stations in order to
          potrero/new well/new storage       this school is always high or above in nitrates (mcl) the
          tank                               storage tank should replaced because of its age and
          Pioneer School/Mountain            System does not have adequate source capacity.
          Creek School
          Replace 30,000 gallon water        CSA 1 must be able to serve water to 45 single family
          storage tank and 1/2 mile of       residential lots and a 10-unit motel. The water storage
          Replace water storage tank,        CSA No. 23 provides potable water to 16 residential
          piping, and a fire hydrant         parcels located between Shaver Lake and the Dinkey
MISSION WS                                   Water system is aging and needs improvements - new
                                             well and pipes.
 Shelter/Airport                             Inadequate backflow and cross-connection protection.
                                             Significant risk of contamination to potable water
                                             Low water pressure - inadequate in an emergency

LEARNING CENTER                              NEED STORAGE FOR ADEQUATE SUPPLY
                                             RELIABILITY.
             Central Basin MWD WQPP          BackgroundIn the 1980‘s a contaminated plume was
             SCADA System Upgrade            found in San Gabriel Valley, posing a threat to the areas
             Lopez Project - Distribution   The Lopez Water Treatment Plant (LWTP) is a six MGD
             System Telemetry at Turnouts   treatment plant that treats surface water from Lopez
             Main Well 2 - Renovation for   Country Villa Apartments, built in 1950 in an
             Back-Up Well                   unincorporated area of Stanislaus County, has a single
             Underground Distribution       Country Villa Apartments, built in 1950 in an
             Piping Replacement             unincorporated area of Stanislaus County, has a single
             Reservoir Roof Replacement     The flat, wood-frame roof on our 70,000 gallon concrete
                                            water tank is over 30 years old. The membrane roofing
                                            Water storage tanks and main service lines are 30
                                            years old and need replacement.
                                            Single well source not reliable. Needs second well.

             Shasta View Heights Owners     Well number 1 is collapsing and Well number 2 has
             Assoc. Water Project           broken pipes, supply line failure and insufficient storage.
             Upgrade Distribution System    Distribution system consists primarily of inadequate 2"
                                            and 4" mains.
             Lancaster Mobile Park -        The Lancaster Park Mobile Estates is a water system in
             ARSENIC Treatment and          need of an additional water source to meet the demands
                                            Add storage and replace mains.

                                            Water storage tank needs replacement.

                                            System has inconsistent pipe types and sizes - the
                                            locations of which are unknown and need to be
             Riverbend MHP water system     This is an older mobile home park in an isolated area,
                                            with 29 spaces. The nearest city, Fortuna, is 45 miles
         Tank repair/replacement and        Our two 15,000 gallon storage tanks are over 30 years
         installation of wireless remote    old. Because the tanks were allowed to be installed
D COMMUNITY WA                              Replace old, concrete storage tank.

                                         System has structural and sanitary hazards and may
                                         have a problem with cross-connection control.
             Rebuild and Refound 100K ga Westport County Water District has since the mid
             Redwood Watertank           1970‘s stored its finished water in a 100,000 gallon
                                         Sections of the distribution system need to be replaced.

RRY WATER ASSOCIATION                       Both well is old and deteriorating

RRY WATER ASSOCIATION                       Power to wells is not reliable

RRY WATER ASSOCIATION                       Storage tanks is deteriorating

          Second Well for the Water       With only one well as a source of water supply, this
          System or inter-tie project for public water system is deemed to have unreliable
R MOBILEHOME PARK                         No backup source for existing low capacity well.
                                          System not fulfilling Section 64560(a)(6) (minimize the
                                          Previous well flooded; new well completed, but needs
                                          additional work.
             White Rock Lake Well / Water Received County of Los Angeles Public Health Ltr:
             Tank replacement             dated February 19,2009. Indicating that June 2008, and
             Loop system                  System not looped, inadequate piping, not connected to
                                          possible additional backup sources.
EEK VILLAGE MHP                           NEED A NEW WELL, AND REPLACE OLD
                                          DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM.
nty Water District                        Need more storage and increased capacity

                                            Old hydro tank needs replacement

T MOBILE HOME ESTATES                       No backup power available. System lack reliability.
             Domestic Water Distribution     Pinewood Meadows Mobile Home Park is served by a
             Mainline and Service            public water system (well) and serves low-income,
                                             Inadequate storage resulting in shortages requiring
                                             temporary reduction in water usage. Also have
OMEOWNER S ASSN                              Ancient undersized distribution system with many leaks
                                             and breaks due to age.
                                             Old, leaky and under-sized pipes and valves in
                                             distribution system [No documentation provided]
                                             Inadequate water storage [No documentation provided]

             Mettler New Well & Water        Mettler is a disadvantaged community located several
             Meter Replacement Project       miles from other community water systems. Their only
                                             Disinfection and pumping equipment is needed for
                                             improved system reliability.
lterville CSA 1                              HIGHEST PORTION OF THE DISTRIBUTION
                                             SYSTEM RUNS OUT OF WATER DURING THE
            Copco Lake Mutual Water          The drinking water system was constructed in 1965.
            Company                          Water is obtained from wells and treated with chlorine
omise Mutual Water Associatio                UNDERSIZED WATER MAINS

RTE VALLEY MWC                               OLD WELDED STEEL PIPELINES NEED TO BE
                                             REPLACED.
             Increase Well Capacity          SYSTEM LACKS WATER RELIABILITY.

RINA VIEW HEIGHTS                            THE SYSTEM'S TWO WELLS BARELY KEEP UP
                                             WITH SYSTEM DEMANDS DURING THE SUMMER.
CRES MUTUAL WATER CO.                        old galvanized pipes from well to homes on Tucker
                                             Road and Peterson Drive are leaking badly.
         Lake Nacimiento Water Line          The Lewis C. Pollard Family Trust has been working
         Project                             with the San Luis Obispo County and CSA No. 10 for
CRES MUTUAL WATER CO.                        Old galvanized mail leaking badly

             Well water storage tank      Well water is pumped from two wells into two existing
             upgrade and replacement     storage tanks and distributed throughout a 113
                                         INADEQUATE SOURCE AND STORAGE
                                         RELIABILITY.
             GSWC - Desert View Pipeline There are fire flow deficiencies in the Desert View
             Replacement Project         system due to undersized 1950‘s era mains installed
             Distribution plant upgrade  Frequent repair to deteriorating metal distribution pipe.
                                         Maintaining minimum pressure supply and fire flow
                                         Collapsed 210,000 gallon storage tank

HTS MUTUAL WATER CO                          OLD DISTRIBUTION YSSTEM AND OLD AGE WELL.

        Water Well and Storage Tank          The proposed project includes a new water well, a new
        Replacement Project                  water storage tank, water pipelines and appurtenant
        Mountain Home Village Water          Our water company does not currently comply with
        Storage and Distribution             Sections 64565 and 64628 of California Code of
SNOWBOWL WATER CO                            Water and pipelines 30 to 40 years old. Some existint
                                             pipe is not to PUC Standards. Waterlines running
             Stockdale Ranchos-Second        Stockdale ranchos MWC has only one well. With only
             Well or Intertie with City of   one source of supply, the water system is deemed to be
             Del Oro Water Company -         The Upper Diamond Lake Tank is leaking and is beyond
             Strawberry District -           repair. Leakage, in addition to loss of water in a water
             Strawberry District - Replace The Upper Diamond Lake Tank is leaking and beyond
             Upper Diamond Tank              repair. Leakage, in addition to loss of water in a water
             Construction of second well for The existing system has no back-up well and has
             back-up.                        frequent outages. A back-up well would assure a safe
             Distribution system upgrade     The existing distribution system is only 2 inch diameter
                                             and doesn't allow a minimum flow of 130 gal./min for fire
             Water storage increase for  Current system has no storage and relies on what can
             supply and fire protection  be pumped out of the well. There is no back-up well
             Storage Tank                There is no storage tank for this system and supply is
                                         dependent on the nominal 500 gallon / minute well with
          Dunnigan WaterWorks - New Dunnigan Water Works (DWW) is a small communmity
          Well                           water and sewer system that depends on one well as
 TUAL WATER COMPANY                      Remove and replace pump and pump house. Install
                                         additional storage tank, replace 5000' of 8" trans.
          Well System Flow Meter         The Olympia Mobilodge is a well system consisting of
          Installation                   two wells, pneumatic tank and associated piping for a
          Lake of the Woods Mobile       Lake of the Woods Mobile Village has only hardrcok
          Village-Second Well/intertie   well. Therefore, the water system is not reliable.
          New tank and repair existing   The water system has just one storage tank, which has
          tank                           a total capacity of 100,000 gallons and a service
          Subsurface reservoir liners in There are two subsurface treated water reservoirs in the
          the Cuesta / Lambert system Cuesta / Lambert system. Although they are gunite
                                         Potential contamination from aging, leaking, and
                                         weakened wooden water tank.
CH COMM SERVICE DIST                     Steel tank corroded, PCE contamination from failed
                                         interior tank coating
CH COMM SERVICE DIST                     Flow restrictions from old reservoirs to distribution,
                                         corrosion problems, old valves & broken.
          Kuffle Canyon water main line Replace a 1 1/2" steel main line that is approximately 75
          replacement project            years old. This line feeds approximately 10 homes.
          Phase 3, 4 and 5 Pipeline      These projects are necessary to replace water mains
          Rehabilitation Project/Storage which were installed in 1956. We are experiencing
          Replacement of 56 year old     Approximately 5,200 linear feet of water mains are
          Water Mains                    undersized and at the end of their service life requiring
                                         Well does not meet waterwork standards

                                          Master plan does not rovide for reliable water system
                                          operation
             County Service Area 42 Water This is the only potable water reservoir serving the
             Reservoir                    community of Oro Grande (CSA 42) The reservoir shell
                                          Undersized storage facility

                                            Does not meet Section 64560(a)(6) of the Waterworks
                                            Standards. Inability to supply water during electrical
                                            Unable to serve 28 residences.

             Replacement of Lebec Road      The District is located in the Tehachapi Mountains in
             Water Main                     Kern County, 40 miles south of Bakersfield. The District
             Morada Emergency Water         The Morada area water systems consists of fourteen
             Interconnects Project          wells feeding into nine independent distribution networks
             GSWC - Morongo Del Norte -     There are fire flow deficiencies in the Morongo Del
             Pipeline Replacement Project   Norte system due to undersized 1950‘s era mains
             GSWC-Morongo del Norte-        The existing Navajo Reservoir is too small to meet the
             Navajo Tank                    current water demand. The existing tank is also old,
             GSWC - Lucerne Valley          There are fire flow deficiencies in the Lucerne Valley
             Pipeline Replacement Project   system due to undersized 1950s era mains that range in
             Loop Main Project              Project #1: Area of system served by deadend main is
                                            isolated in case of main breaks.
             Transmission Main Project      Project #2: System relies on 30 year old, 6-inch main to
                                            supply water from source. Main traverses steep slope
             Water Tank Seismic Retrofit    The water tank is in need of seismic retrofitting, repair,
                                            and recoating. It is recommended that these repairs
GARDENS MWC                                 No backup source of supply

GARDENS MWC                                 Old distribution system piping
            Distribution Repair            Leaks in water distribution system.

                                        Booster pump station capital replacement; storage tank
                                        structural replacement; replace system valves; add
         Treatment Plant Study          1. Reliability achieving LT1ESWTR filter performance
                                        requirements. 2. Lack of redundancy in source water
         Intertie Connection with LA    This is DHS directive to have emergency connection
         County Water Works District    because the system is isolated.
         Wisconsin/Lash Pipeline        This pipeline replacement is important to the
         Replacement                    community. In 2004 there was a main break on
                                        Much of the water system is old and water mains are 3"
                                        steam pipe installed in 1957.
UNTY SERVICE AREA W-1                   Need a Water Master Plan developed to plan the
                                        current and future requirements of the district to provide
         water reservoir repair and     This project includes repair to an existing 400,000 gallon
         expansion                      redwood water tank and the addition of a new 400,000
         Esparto CSD upgrade to         The Project is for drilling a new well to reolace our Well
         needed Capacity, Redrilling of #4 because it has the Casing perforations opened up to
         Howell #2 Tank Recoating       This item has been identified in our CIP and the tank is
                                        scheduled for refurbishment this year.
                                        Insufficient water supply, since a major existing well
                                        needed to be shut down due to ground water
                                        The existing bare steel watermains and appurtenances
                                        are old, undersized (mainly 2"+), deteriorated and
         Ballard Street Transmission    The reliability of the pipeline is in jeopardy due to the
         Pipeline Relocation            age of the pipe. Should this pipeline fail, a water outage
                                        The existing bolted steel storage tank is old, rusted,
                                        leaking, and structurally unsound, having no remaining
         Water Line Looping             Water service pressure and supply not reliable.

         Apple Valley North Pipeline       There are fire flow deficiencies in the Apple Valley North
         Replacement Project               system due to undersized 1940‘s era mains installed
TATE WATER CO - APPLE VLY NORTH            Old, undersized mainline

            Frazier Park Safe Drinking     Frazier Park is rural, low-income community of about
            Water Project                  2,834 people. A 2003 survey of he community
                                           OLD WATER MAINS MADE OUT OF 10 GAUGE
                                           STEEL SOME AS SMALL AS 2"; INADEQUATE FIRE
                                           Continue program of distribution pipeline replacement.

                                       The District needs to develop additional sources of
                                       water to meet current demand during water short
                                       Due to its age, condition and elevation, one of our
                                       downtown storage tanks was taken out of servie in 1995
                                       The District's aging creek diversion pipeline and
                                       pumping station are in need of replacement.
RTE COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT        SYSTEM WHICH SERVES 125 PARCELS IS
                                       UNDERSIZED FOR ADEQUATE SUPPLY CAPACITY.
RTE COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT        INADEQUATE TREATED WATER STORAGE ON THE
                                       SOUTHSIDE OF DISTRICT INCASE OF MAJOR
         Lake Alpine Water Co., Inc.   INADEQUATE STORAGE IN MIDDLE PRESSURE
                                       ZONE
         Morongo Del Sur Pipeline      There are fire flow deficiencies in the Morongo Del Sur
         Replacement Project           system due to undersized 1950‘s era mains installed
                                       Intake pipeline to the surface water treatment plant is
                                       old, undersized, and has numerous leaks throughout its
         Monte Rio 2009 Infrastructure This project replaces aging distribution mains and
         Improvements                  appurtenances in the Alder Road, Pebble Way, and
                                       Backup systems needed
RANCHOS CWD                                   Old, substandard mainline

             Denair Community Service         The Denair Community Services District relys
             District 2009 Well Site 8 Raw    exclusively on ground water wells to supply water for
             Denair Community Services        The Denair Community Services District relies totally on
             District 2009 Well Site          ground water pumping for water supplies required for
             Denair Community Services        The majority of the existing Denair Community Services
             District 2009 Trunk Water Line   District water system was constructed in the mid-1960's.
             Denair Community Services        Denair Community Services District currently has over
             District 2009 Water Tank         1300 connections and over 3000 residents withing the
             Denair Community Services        Denair Community Services District Well Site No. has
             District 2009 Water Treatment    escalating nitrates levels that are projected to exceed
nicipal Water System                          Corrosion on the inside of two storage tanks - need to
                                              be recoated.
nicipal Water System                          Tops of two water storage tanks are rusting.

             Big Oak Flat                     Currently, the Big Oak Flat area is served by 4" and 6"
                                              pipelines and the maximum fire flow to the area is
             New Upper Basin WTP              The Upper Basin WTP has a very small, 210,000 gallon,
             Clearwell                        clearwell for the rating of the plant. During summer
             Intake Float Extension           LDPCSD draws its source water from Lake McClure
                                              which is increasingly experiencing drought conditions.
             Alamo Tank Generator             The district has a pressure booster system at our Alamo
             Upgrade                          site in the water distribution system. We are the only
             Intake Float Pump                LDPCSD draws its source water from Lake McClure
             Replacement                      which is increasingly experiencing drought conditions.
             Emergency Intake Phase II        LDPCSD normally draws it water from Lake McClure
                                              through a permanent intake facility. Last year, problems
           Upgrade Coronado Booster           The district has a pump station at our Coronado site in
           Station                            the water distribution system. It currently has a single
 PEDRO C S D                                  TASTE, ODOR AND COLOR COMPLAINTS DUE TO
                                              85 DEADENDS WITHOUT BLOWOFFS. ALSO RAPID
             Columbia Clear Well              The Columbia clearwell has roof structure and interior
                                              coating problems. Some of the roof rafter supports
         Permanent Interconnections           Existing Condition:The City of Montebello Southern
         For Southern System With             Water System only has a water well and a connection
         Permanent Interconnections           Existing Condition:The City of Montebello Northern
         For Northern System With             Water System only has a connection with the
         Rebuilding City‘s MWD                Existing Condition:The City‘s Northern Water System
         Connection - Northern Water          has a sole source of water for the approximately 1,200
         Nipomo - New Via Alta Mesa           System has inadequate Maximum Day Demand (MDD)
         Well                                 supply, as per Title 22 California Regualtions related to
         Nipomo - Vista Well with             System has inadequate Maximum Day Demand (MDD)
         Treatment and Boosters               supply, as per Title 22 California Regualtions related to
         Nipomo - 1.0 MG Vista                System has inadequate Maximum Day Demand (MDD)
         Reservoir                            storage and supply, as per Title 22 California
         Hilmar County Water District         Hilmar County Water DistrictThe souhtern portion of the
         pipeline replacement project         district has an area referred to as Irwin. This portion fo
OUNTY WATER DISTRICT                          The water system lacks adequate storage capacity.

             Bighorn Reservoir upgrades       The Bighorn Desert View Water Agency possesses 8
                                              welded s steel tanks. June 2003 the Districts' tanks
 prings Mut Wtr                               UNDERSIZED MAINS

             Installation of SCADA System     Existing Condition:The City of Bell Gardens Water
             For Improved Management          System has an active water well, an inactive water well,
             Replacement of Undersized        Existing Condition:The City of Bell Gardens Water
             Older Water Mains – Phase-1      System serves 30% of the area of the City. The system
             Replacement of Undersized        Existing Condition:The City of Bell Gardens Water
             Older Water Mains – Phase-2      System serves 30% of the area of the City. The system
            Permanent Water System       Existing Condition:The City of Bell Gardens Water
            Interconnections With        System has one water well as its major source of
            Mono Vista Tank Replacement The Mono Vista tanks are part of the Crystal Falls water
                                         system. The tanks are old and deteriorating. They are
            Mt. Washington Water Storage The City of Calistoga in Napa County, which owns and
            Tank                         operates a public water supply system serving a
                                         Insufficient available water for present and future City
                                         demand.
                                         Insufficient treated water storage.

            Water Well, Water Storage      The City of Gustine (City) currently utilizes groundwater
            Tank and Water Treatment       to meet 100% of the City water demand. The existing
                                           TRANSMISSION MAIN TO AMADOR CITY SERVICE
                                           AREA BREAKS EACH YEAR LEAVING TOWN
         Letteau Ave/Flower Street         Installation of about 2,500 feet of water main to provide
         Water Lines                       a loop to a dead-end portion of the District's existing
          Water System Reconstruction      BACKGROUND - In January 2007, the City acquired the
         Phase 3 {Systems 8 & 9)           assets of the Peerless Water Company for the sum of
         Water System Reconstruction       BACKGROUND - In January 2007, the City acquired the
         Planning {Phase 1,2, & 3}         assets of the Peerless Water Company for the sum of
         Water System Reconstruction       BACKGROUND - In January 2007, the City acquired the
         – Phase 1 {Systems 1,2,3,& 4}     assets of the Peerless Water Company for the sum of
         Water System Reconstruction       BACKGROUND - In January 2007, the City acquired the
         Phase 2 {Systems 5 & 6}           assets of the Peerless Water Company for the sum of
         Guerneville 2009 Infrastructure   This project replaces 1600 lineal feet of existing main
         Improvements                      and appurtenances in Riverlands Road, looping that part
         Water System Improvement -        The existing water distribution system has very old
         Pipeline Replacement and          (greater than 30 years) and small diameter water
         Apple Valley South Pipeline       There are fire flow deficiencies in the Apple Valley South
         Replacement Project               system due to undersized 1940‘s era mains installed
TATE WATER CO - APPLE VLY SOUTH            Old, undersized mainline

                                           Sections of distribution system is deteriorated.

E VILLAGE CWD - DIVISION 10                Insufficient and old storage facilities

            Well replacement, new storage Existing well being used was drilled in 1928 and
            tank & pump station           showing sign of end of life. The existing storage tank or
            Waterline Replacement         Various water lines in OCSD‘s water system pose a
                                          safety concern, given the combination of their age (and
            Water Main and Service        The Waterford Water System infrastructure is aging and
            Replacement - Waterford       in desperate need of major upgrades. Staff spend many
            City of Cloverdale - Water    Several of the nine existing storage tanks in the
            Distribution System SCADA     municipal lack remote low water level dial-up alarms.
            2009 Johnson Canyon Water Our City Goal for this project is that our water system
            Main Improvement              continue to be safe, reliable, and energy efficient. Our
                                          Cracks in conrete reservoir number 3. Stability of
                                          reservoir questionable.
            Georgetown Divide PUD         Control and manage raw and finished water production,
            SCADA Monitoring Facilities   treatment, and distribution systems more effectively.
            Greenley Water Tank           The Greenley treated water storage tank, at three million
            Recoating                     gallons, is the largest storage tank in the Sonora /
            RCSD Well #10 Drill and       RCSD needs to drill a well to extract groundwater for a
            Improvement                   town with a population of over 16,000. RCSD has been
            RCSD Well #11 Drill and       RCSD needs to drill a well to extract groundwater for a
            Improvement                   town with a population of over 16,000. RCSD has been
            RCSD Replacement Water        The water lines on Oak, Elm and Orange are 4‖
            Mains: Oak, Elm & Orange      asbestos/cement. The lines were laid in the early
            RCSD Tank #6 Construction     Rosamond Community Services District (RCSD) has
                                          determined that additional potable water storage volume
          Ramey Water Pump Station           The MCSD is not able to deliver sufficient water to meet
          Upgrade Project and Reservoir     peak day demand in the summer months. The MCSD
          MCSD Emergency Water              McKinleyville Community Services District receives
          System Intertie                   water from our regional supplier, the Humboldt Bay
UTH SAN GABRIEL                             3500' OF WATER MAINS LESS THAN 4" IN
                                            DIAMETER. THESE MAINS DO NOT COMPLY WITH
            Water Main Rehabilitation       In the older sections of the City there have been multiple
            Project                         line breaks and between West st and eighth st along
            City of Soledad Vulnerability   In 2007, the City of Soledad prepared and reported to
            Assessment Improvements         the Federal Government through the vulnerability
            Seismic Retrofiting of          Four above ground storage tanks, totaling four million
            Reservoirs                      gallons of water, are in a posisition that flooding of
                                            OLD, SMALL DIAMETER MAINS LEAKING

            Hi-Desert Water District    The District has its Capital Replacement Program
            Capital Replacement Program identified, for which there is a lack of funding. The
            telemetry system            control system needed to reduce costs by allowing for
                                        off-peak pumping
            Cistern Repipe and Valve    The University Water System has an antiquated
                                        inground Concrete Cistern as its Water Blending and
            Emergency Water InterTie    The Cal Poly Water System has two impacted wells due
                                        to Nitrates and Perchlorate . There is only One
                                        Source is in potential flood zone

                                            Old transmission main in Van Dusen Cyn

                                            Occasional bacti problems from wells

                                          High fluoride source that has subsidence and production
                                          problems
            Kern Citrus Pump Station      The existing Kern Citrus Pump station was last updated
            Improvements                  in the mid 1960's excepting one replacement motor and
            Rubidoux Community Services Security Project
            District Emergency
            24" Mission Blvd Pipeline     The purpose of the 24" Mission Blvd Pipeline (Carrera to
            (Carrera to GW Tank)          GW Tank) project is to install approximately 7,600 LF of
            Pacific Avenue 12" and 16"    The proposed Pacific Ave 12" & 16" Water Pipeline
            Water Pipeline                project involves the installation of approximately 4,100
                                          The district's draft 1997 water facilities master plan
                                          identifies a water production deficiency of 4,400 gpm
            Crestmore Road 24" Water      The proposed Crestmore Rd 24" Water Pipeline project
            Pipeline                      involves the installation of approximately 1,500 LF of 24"
            Goldenwest 6 MG Tank          The purpose of the project is to construct a 6 MG
                                          welded steel water storage tank, and thereby to improve
            KCWA Intertie Pipeline        Vaughn Water Company serves water to the Rosedale
                                          Community in Kern County, California. In 2007 and
            Catalytic Carbon Vessel Plant Vaughn Water Company serves the Rosedale
            Expansions                    Community in Kern County, California. In 2007 and
            Well 15 Construction          The City operates one of its wells (1B) which does not
                                          pump to the main treatment plant. It pumps directly into
            400/600 Zone Booster Pump The existing booster station was constructed in the
            Station                       1930‘s. It is not sized for the current demand
                                          Insufficient storage capacity which does not meet Water
                                          Works standards.
                                          Inadequate storage capacity which does not meet the
                                          Water Works standards.
            New 4mg Reservoir & Cross     Currently the City of Santa Paula has only one main
            Town Pipeline                 reservoir that was constructed in 1887. This is the only
                                          Water supply may be unreliable and storage does not
                                          meet Department of Health Services 8-hour
TATE WATER CO - BARSTOW                  Undersized mainline

                                         OLD CAST IRON PIPES WITH BIO-GROWTH AND
                                         POTENTIAL NITRIFICATION PROBLEM.
                                         UNDERSIZED PIPES (<4") THAT DO NOT COMPLY
                                         WITH WATERWORKS STANDARDS
         SCADA Upgrade for the Pico      The City‘s current SCADA system is antiquated and
         Rivera Water Supply, Storage,   many components are not reliable, subjecting the City to
         Stand-by Power Upgrade          The City is vulnerable to a major seismic event in the
         Project for Water Treatment     Los Angeles and San Gabriel Basins and periodic rolling
         Standby Generators              At one of the city's largest wells, there is currently a
                                         250kW generator for the reservoir booster pumps and
         Leak Detection and Valve        We can assume the water system is losing water
         exercise                        through leaks. As we convert to a metered system we
         2010 SGCWD Mainline Project     The problem with our lower system has to do with the
                                         age of the pipeline,( the pipeline line in the area is at
         Riverside Avenue Water Main     The Riverside Avenue Water Main was constructed in
         Replacement Phase II            1955 and has experienced numerous line breaks. This
         Essex Park Pipeline             The work involves the replacement of highly
         Replacement Project             tuberculated, corroded, and aging pipeline
         Sunrise Park Pipeline           The work involves the replacement of highly
         Replacement Project             tuberculated, corroded, and aging pipeline
         Northeast Zone 2 Pipeline       The work involves the replacement of highly
         Replacement Project             tuberculated, corroded, and aging pipeline
         Saratoga Park Pipeline          The work involves the replacement of highly
         Replacement Project             tuberculated, corroded, and aging pipeline
         Mills Corridor Pipeline         The work involves the replacement of highly
         Replacement Project             tuberculated, corroded, and aging pipeline
         San Bernardino Corridor         The work involves the replacement of highly
         Pipeline Replacement Project    tuberculated, corroded, and aging pipeline
         Central Pipeline Replacement    The work involves the replacement of highly
         Project                         tuberculated, corroded, and aging pipeline
         Reservoir 18 Water Quality      Reservoir 18 (consisting of 3 tanks at the site) has water
         Improvements and Seismic        quality turnover issues which result in degradation of the
         Mission District Pipeline       The work involves the replacement of highly
         Replacement Project             tuberculated, corroded, and aging pipeline
         Rose Avenue Pipeline            The work involves the replacement of highly
         Replacement Project             tuberculated, corroded, and aging pipeline
                                         Inadequate storage West zone

                                         Old steel transmission lines

                                         Old distribution system

                                         Inadequate Storage Central zone

         Chino Desalters Phase 3     The Chino Desalters Phase 3 Expansion Project is part
         Expansion Project - Chino   of the ongoing Chino Basin groundwater Optimum Basin
         Dekay Avenue and Gilley     Both the Dekay Avenue and Gilley Street potable water
         Street Pipelines Replacementpipelines consist of aging cast iron pipe (estimated to be
         Chino Desalters Phase 3     The Chino Desalters Phase 3 Expansion Project is part
         Expansion Project - Brackishof the ongoing Chino Basin groundwater Optimum Basin
         Monterey Park Bradshawe     The City's two Bradshawe reservoirs were built in 1948
         Reservoir Replacement       and 1958 and are now cracked and outdated. The
         City of Turlock - Well #40  A new water well is necessary increase supply to meet
                                     peak demands and fire flows. Currently, the only water
         Live Oak Water main         The water main on Live Oak between Summit Drive and
         replacement                 Terrace Drive in the City of Highland is a 6-inch water
         JCSD Groundwater Production Continued implementation of Jurupa Community
         Wells                       Services District's (JCSD) Water Master Plan projects
             Emergency Electrical             There is a need to equip all Jurupa Community Services
             Generators for JCSD Wells        District (JCSD) well facilities with backup generators in
             Trailer Mounted Emergency        Existing Condition:The City of Lynwood Water System
             Generator & Well/Booster         relies for 80% of its needed potable water supplies on
             Installing of SCADA System       Existing Condition:The City of Lynwood Water System,
                                              which serves over 95% of the area of the City and its
          Second Pressure Relief Valve        Existing Condition:The City of Lynwood Water System
          Installation/Remodeling of          has presently six operating water wells, which pump into
 LLEY WATER DISTRICT                          Old steel distribution system lines, new wells needed,
                                              new storage reservoirs (2) needed.
            Garfield Reservoir Tank 1         A recent inspection revealed that the condition of Tank 1
            Coating and Reroofing             at Garfield Reservoir was severe enough to warrant
            Garfield Reservoir Booster        This booster station facility is one, of only two, sources
            Pump Station Rehabilitation       of supply for the northern pressure zone of the City.
OD- CITY, WATER DEPT.                         16 MG RESERVOIR IS DETERIORATED DUE TO AGE
                                              AND SEISMIC ACTIVITY OF THE REGION. IT ALSO
             Lakeland Village Reservoir and   Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District‘s Water
             Pump Stations Project            Distribution Master Plan identified the Lakeland Village
             Palomar Replacement Well         The proposed Palomar Well Replacement Project will
             Drilling and Equipping           replace a well that collapsed due to shallow perched
                                              A-3 reservoir (1MG) is 60 years old and does not meet
                                              current standards. Area transmissions are of same
             Avenue K Transmission Water      Parts of the existing water distribution system
             Main - Phase III                 experiences large pressure fluctuations due to aged and
             Avenue M & 60th Street West      The existing water distribution system experiences low
             Water Main                       water pressure, especially during times of peak
             Water Storage Tanks at M5E       The existing water system typically experiences a
             Site - Phase II                  shortage of storage capacity to meet customer
             Avenue K Transmission Water      Parts of the existing water distribution system
             Main - Phase IV                  experiences large pressure fluctuations due to aged and
             Avenue K Transmission Water      Parts of the existing water distribution system
             Main - Phase II                  experiences large pressure fluctuations due to aged and
             Avenue M and 62nd Street         According to the District No. 40, Antelope Valley, Draft
             West 3.2 MG Tank                 Master Plan prepared in March 1997, the 2555 pressure
             Avenue M-8 & 70th Street         The existing water system experiences large pressure
             West Water Main                  fluctuations due to a water supply deficit in District 40
             Avenue J and Trevor Pump         An upgrade of existing pump station facilities located at
             Station                          Avenue J and Trevor Avenue is needed to improve the
             Water Storage Tanks at M5E       The existing water system typically experiences a
             Site - Phase I                   shortage of storage capacity to meet customer
                                              OLD CAST IRON PIPES WITH BIO-GROWH AND
                                              NITRIFICATION PROBLEM
             GSWC - Southwest System -        GSWC has applied for Proposition 50 Fund for this
             Dalton Well No. 2 (Prop.50       project.The Dalton plant is located in the south-central
                                              SEA WATER INTRUSION AT OCEAN GATE WELL
                                              (CURRENTLY INACTIVE)
             GSWC – Doty Plant 1.77 MG        There is insufficient storage capacity in the zone 250 of
             Reservoir and Booster Pump       the Southwest District. The California Public Utilities
                                              2 PRODUCTION WELLS AT THE CHADRON SITE
                                              ARE THREATEN DUE TO A KNOWN LEAKING UST
             Age Deficient Water Main         Several pipe segments in and adjacent to Rosewood
             Replacement in and near          Court are over fifty (50) years old and are deteriorating.
             Equip Well #43                   A well in the 1212 Zone has had maintenance problems
                                              and has become unreliable; therefore a replacement
             Purchase and Install New         Tank 7 and 8 are important storage facility in the South
             Generators - Tanks 7 and 8       Modesto Water System. Recently, to increase
             Strengthen and Replace Water     The "I" Street water main connects the west and east
             System - I Street Main           sides of downtown Modesto. The main developed a
             State Route 132 Water Main       Modesto has many old steel water mains within State
             Replacement                      highways. These mains are high maintenance due to
Install New Well - Mildred        The City is losing wells on the Northwest area of the City
Perkins                           due to uranium contamination. Contaminated wells
Downstream Improvements -         The Modesto water system which includes Salida,
Claratina & Virginia Corridor     Empire and surrounding County islands is in need of
Water Main and Service            The Modesto Water System has an older residential and
Replacement - Airport District    industrial area called the Airport District. This section of
Pipeline Project 1400 Mt. Helix   This Project is an infrastructure improvement project
                                  that replaces Helix's old cast-iron pipelines with new
Pipeline Project 1442             This Project is an infrastructure improvement project
Pepper/Second/Dawnridge           that replaces Helix's old cast-iron pipelines with new
Transmission Main                 The 30-inch Transmission Main near Arlington Project
Replacement near Arlington        (Project) is located in the central portion of the City of
Evans Reservoir Replacement       The Evans Reservoir is located within the northeastern
                                  portion of the City of Riverside (City), southeast of the
San Bernardino Transmission       The City of Riverside (City) recently completed
Main Project (I-215 Bore &        construction of a new surface water treatment plant (the
Flume 7 Well                      The City of Riverside (City) currently has several wells,
                                  known as the Flume Tract Wells that supply domestic
Sierra Vista Pipeline             The Sierra Vista Pipeline Project (Project) is located in
Replacement                       the southwestern portion of the City of Riverside (City),
Flume Transmission Main           The Flume Transmission Main Replacement Project
Replacement                       (Project) is located in the cities of Colton and Grand
San Bernardino Transmission       The John W. North Surface Water Treatment Plant
Main Project (Grand Terrace       (WTP) is a grant-funded project that was constructed
Palmyrita Booster Station         The Palmyrita Booster Station project has the potential
Project                           to add an additional 4 million gallons per day (mgd) of
San Bernardino Transmission       The City of Riverside (City) recently completed
Main Project (Main and Transit    construction of a new surface water treatment plant (the
San Bernardino Transmission       The City of Riverside (City) recently completed
Main (Iowa Avenue Segment)        construction of a new surface water treatment plant (the
Ivanhoe-Rutland Pipeline          The Ivanhoe - Rutland Pipeline Replacement Project
Replacement                       (Project) is located within the south-west portion of the
Main Street Pipeline              The Main Street Pipeline Replacement Project (Project)
Replacement                       is located within the northwest portion of the City of
Evans-Madison Pipeline            The Evans Madison Replacement Project (Project) is
Replacement                       located within the central portion of the City of Riverside
Casablanca Pipeline               The Casablanca Pipeline Replacement Project (Project)
Replacement                       is located within the central portion of the City of
California-Bel Air Pipeline       The California – Bel Air Replacement Project (Project) is
Replacement                       located within the southwest portion of the City of
Canyon Crest Pipeline             The Canyon Crest Pipeline Replacement project
Replacement                       (Project) is located in the eastern portion of the City of
Linden Reservoir Roof             The Linden Reservoir is located within the northeastern
Replacement                       portion of the City of Riverside (City), southeast of the
Mobley Avenue Pipeline            The Mobley Avenue Pipeline Project (Project) is located
Replacement                       in the southwestern portion of the City of Riverside
                                  Concrete slabs and walls in existing basins and filters
                                  are cracked and have lost a large part of the cement
Water Pipe Relacement #2          Citywide replacement of water pipes which have either
                                  exceeded their useful life or are undersized due to
                                  Existing treated water pump station is aged and
                                  structure settlement and pipeline leaks have occurred.
Water Pipe Installation #1        Main Ave - Blackrock to Rio Linda Bl New
                                  Pipe:Currently, there are only three water mains that
                                  Water pressure levels in South Sac routinely drop below
                                  the City's minimum water pressure level.
                                  Bradley Rd. pipeline in the Sun City area has a history of
                                  multiple leaks, causing system interuptions, loss of
                                  Worcester Rd. Pipeline in the Sun City area has a
                                  history of multiple leaks, causing system interuptions,
                                             Old deteriorated dead end pipelines.

                                          The Good Hope pressure zone is critically short of
                                          finished water storage facilites, and is not able to supply
                                          Sun City Blvd. Pipeline in the Sun City area has a history
                                          of multiple leaks, causing system interuptions, loss of
                                          Cherry Hills Blvd. Pipeline in the Sun City area has a
                                          history of multiple leaks, causing system interuptions,
                                          Finished water storage capacity in the Daily/Daily
                                          Regulated pressure zone is inadequate. As a result,
                                          Ridgemoor Rd. pipeline in the Sun City area has a
                                          history of multiple leaks, causing system interuptions,
                                          In the past a number of water systems have been
                                          developer built in isolation of the rest of the system.
                                          Several pipelines in theGood Hope area have a history
                                          of multiple leaks, causing system interuptions, loss of
                                          Carmel Rd. pipeline in the Sun City area has a history of
                                          multiple leaks, causing system interuptions, loss of
                                          The pipeline in Ellis Ave. between Antelope Rd. and
                                          Murrieta Rd. is located in extremely corrosive soil. The
                                          EMWD has many aged, undersized, and leaking
                                          pipelines which were inherited through past system
                                          The pipeline in Cawston Ave. is located in extremely
                                          corrosive soil. This has caused leaks in the past which
                                          Several pipeline in the Quail Valley area has a history of
                                          multiple leaks, causing system interuptions, loss of
                                          The A St. pipeline in the City of Perris has a history of
                                          leaks. This pipeline is the major transmission line for
                                          Moreno Valley MWC operating responsibility aquired.
                                          The system has 2 wells contaminated with Nitrate. A
                                          Hemlock Ave. pipeline in the City of Moreno Valley has
                                          history of multiple leaks, causing system interuptions,
          Aeration Facilities at Lake     The San Diego County Water Authority is connecting
          Hodges Pump Station             Lake Hodges to Olivenhain Reservoir and its untreated
          Circulation Using Solar Bees at The San Diego County Water Authority is connecting
          Lake Hodges                     Lake Hodges to Olivenhain Reservoir and its untreated
          Turbidity Curtains at Lake      The San Diego County Water Authority is connecting
          Hodges                          Lake Hodges to Olivenhain Reservoir and its untreate
          Quagga Mussel Control           The San Diego County Water Authority is connecting
          Chlorine Feed at Olivenhain     Lake Hodges to Olivenhain Reservoir. Olivenhain
ALDOLI HERMITAGE WS                       Deteriorating water storage tanks.

             Deeper Well Needed           Wells are the only water available to Macdoel residents.
                                          There is no public water system available. The closest
ALLEY SCHOOL WS                           System facilities (well, storage, distribution) are in poor
                                          condition resulting in TCR violations.
E UNION ELEM SCHOOL                       Insufficient water pressure. System not fulfilling Section
                                          64566 (system pressure) of the Waterworks Standards.
           Storage Tank and Pressure      This system needs the following items according to
           Tank Install                   Boyle Engineering's Report (March 2007)Water Storage
           Walker Creek Water System The existing primary water storage tank and distribution
           Water Conservation Plan        lines are approximately 50 years old and in need of
           Well, storage and distribution Well. According to the engineering report from The
           replacement                    department of Health Services in the Matter of the
AT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL                      SYSTEM LACKS RELIABILITY AS IT IS SUPPLIED BY
                                          ONLY ONE WELL AND THE STORAGE CAPACITY IS
           Warm Springs Rehabukutation Water Quality from Well #1 has ARSENIC
           Center                         concentrations that exceed the 0.50 milligrams per liter
           Corroded water pipe            We are currently unable to provide drinking water for our
           replacement for safe drinking students as we have coliform in our water. We know it
          Cuyamaca Well #1                   The Cuyamaca Outdoor School site provides school
          Refurbishment Project              camp opportunities for approximately 275 5th and/or 6th
 ROVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL                      Single well source with no storage; unreliable.

              Central Union School well      Central Union School is located in rural Lemoore, Ca.
              addition                       Currently the school operates on one well. The single
                                             Not enough storage capacity.

 O HIGH SCHOOL                               Cracked well casing needs to be repaired.

 RG MIDDLE SCHOOL                            Inadequate storage.

              Well water replacement with   Currently the Planada Elementary School with 550
              city water district water     students and 40 staff members located at 9525 E.
              Chiquita HOA Distribution     Water system is currently serving 17 homes which are
              System Upgrades               partly supplied with steel pipe and no back flow system
                                            Non-potable irrigation system is not adequately
                                            separated from potable distribution system.
                                            System needs to install booster system and replace
                                            water mains due to lack of water pressure and aging
 unty Parks-Stillwater Cove                 Need well, distribution lines, water pumps, chlorinator
                                            and tank replacement.
 AILS GIRL SCOUTS CAMP                      Storage capacity is inadequate. We need a second
                                            tank for increased storage. Water lines are close to or
              well replacement with booster Existing source well is over 40 years old and no longer
              pump station and additional   passes the coliform rule. Disinfection proved fruitless,
              Back up well                  Limited back up capacity. We currently have only one
                                            well and an emergency back up with our neighbors that
REEK TRACT ASSOCIATION                      THE TWO ACTIVE WELLS HAVE MARGINAL
                                            CAPACITY TO MEET THE DEMANDS OF THE
              Failed Water System           Camp de Benneville Pines is a 501c3, not for profit year
              Replacement                   round camp located in the wilderness of the San
                                            Three redwood tanks need to be replaced. Supply and
                                            signal lines from well need to be replaced.
w Molera State Reserve                      Erosion has exposed the main water line requiring that it
                                            be relocated.
                                            Needs new generator - currently using old diesel
                                            generator to operate well.
              Big River Vista Water         The Big River Vista Water Company's primary water
              Company Stop Water Leakage storage facility is a 45,000 gallon redwood water tank.
                                            System needs new holding tank, new line to the pump,
                                            and new pressure tanks.
 HAPARRAL MWC                               Inadequate water storage to meet demand [No
                                            documentation provided]
RE ACRES WA                                 Lack of water storage capacity, and water mains are
                                            aging (constructed in the 1940's).
 EW TRAILER PARK                            Lack of storage.

         Add storage capacity and            The system does not have adequate storage capacity to
         refurbish existing storage tank     assure uninterrupted supply in event of continued
         Replace failed roof on              The existing douglas fir roof truss has failed and the
         underground concrete water          entire roof is settling into the under ground finish water
E COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION                      (1) Old decaying water lines that presently deliver water.
                                             (2) Back up well to provide water service in case of
TUAL WATER COMPANY                           Refinance loan, additional storage, additional source,
                                             standby power, equipment for repairs
                                             System needs new storage tank, pump stations, and
                                             distribution mains.
              Water storage tanks            The system‘s sources consist of two wells located within
                                             Grandview Canyon of the San Gabriel Mountains. The
             Two Water storage tanks          Without online storage the system is in violation of Title
                                              22 and also there is no way to pressurize the distribution
             Transmission pipeline            The System‘s transmission line was installed in 1913,
             replacement                      was constructed of 10‖ and 12‖ unreinforced concrete
Mutual Water Co.                              System needs shut-off valves so system components
                                              can be isolated.
 nch Mutual Water Company                     3 existing wells provide a marginally adequate supply of
                                              water. Capacity of storage tanks is inadequate.
 WATER WORKS #43                              SINGLE WELL SYTEM WITH NO AUXILIARY POWER

 EEZE MUTUAL WATER COMPANY                    REPLACEMENT OF DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM

                                              Distribution piping and facilities need replacement.

NSET RIDGE ESTATES                            THE SYSTEM SOURCE, STORAGE, AND
                                              DISTRIBUTION FACILITIES ARE NOT ADEQUATE TO
RRY RD WS #06                                 Bacti sampling frequently tests positive for coliform

LIAMS- RESORT                                STORAGE TANKS NEED REPAIRS, EMERGENCY
                                             BACK-UP WELL NEEDS TO BE BROUGHT ON-LINE,
             New Well                        This system experiences water outages due to a lack of
                                             adequate source capacity.
             Additional Well and Storage for At the present time there is only one well and no
             Volta Community Services        storage, serving an elementary school and 40+
                                             SYSTEM HAS A SINGLE WELL AND THE TANK IS
                                             BADLY CORRODED AND LEAKS
             New well to augment single      System supplied by one well if it fails the system is out
             well                            of water.
             Sisquoc - Foxen Canyon Well This small system is currently only supplied by one well,
             #5 and Reservoir                which is contrary to Title 22 California Regulations
             New well to augment single      Single well system, if well fails, system is out of water
             well
 bile Home Park                              Low water pressure to part of system.

 MEADOWS MWC                                  Inadequate storage to ensure continuous pressure
                                              during emergencies and/or maintenance
 UTUAL WATER COMPANY                          Distribution system needs upgrades to comply with
                                              Water Works standards.
W WATER ASSOCIATION                           Low water level in one well.

             New well to augment single       Single well, if it fails, system is out of water.
             well
             Tank Replacement                 Replace aged steel leaking water tank.

             Replace 1000' of watermain       This project is to replace existing, aged and
                                              deteriorating watermain to reduce leakage, improve
akes Mutual Water Co.                         Need more water storage.

             Del Oro Water Company -      This is a small water system with 88 service
             Country Estates - Pipeline   connections. The wells produce water that exceeds the
                                          Existing tanks are very deteriorated and can not be
                                          repaired, resulting in inadequate water storage capacity.
 NYON MUTUAL WATER CO                     Needs adequate size line from storage tank to Thatcher
                                          Road to comply with Water Works standards.
         San Simeon Waterline Repair The District operates and maintains over 2 miles of
         and Improvement                  predominately Asbestos-cement distribution piping. The
         District Reservoir Outlet Pipe The outlet pipe from the District Reservoir does not
         Upgrade                          have adequate capacity as identified in the District
         Wellfield Rehabilitation Project This project is intended to address reliability issues that
                                          have occurred at the wellfield due to the age and
          San Simeon Pipe Bridge               The 74-foot-long open pipe utility bridge is located over
          Repair/Replacement                   the Arroyo del Juan Creek (approximately 100 yards
          Circle Oaks Water System             The Circle Oaks Water District was established in 1963
          Improvement                          with redwood tanks. The tanks have deteriorated
          Highway 78 Main Improvement          The Julian Community Services District (JCSD) serves
          and Nessl Tank                       the local CalFire Station and residence (Battalion 5), the
AR PARK CWD                                    Undersized mainline

                                               Lack of well capacity and storage

                  New Well El Dorado           We have no guaranteed emergency backup and only
                                               one well. AVEK is our only backup, and although they
O SA #1-INDIAN LAKES                           THE WATER SYSTEM NEEDS ADDITIONAL SOURCE
                                               AND STORAGE CAPACITY TO MEET THE GROWING
                  CCWD-Rabbit Hill Reservoir   The District is in need of additional storage capacity.
                  Improvements                 Their system currently includes two tanks; a 500,000
                  CCWD-500,000 Gallon          The Districts 500,000 gallon welded steel tank requires
                  Potable Water Reservoir      recoating to prevent additional deterioration. Based on
gation District                                Old watermains. Insufficient source capacity.

IRRIGATION DIST.                        WW standards defects. Two (2) aged concrete
                                        reservoirs are in need of replacement.
es Community SD                         More water source is needed to reliably meet demands.
                                        New reservoir at whispering pines site. Line looping and
          Well Control Systems          Electrical and control systems were installed in the
          Replacement                   1970‘s at the Lake Camanche Village water system.
          Replacement Well for Failing Well No. 2 is failing and a replacement well needs to be
          Well No. 2                    installed to replace the 250gpm capacity of this well.
          Replacement of Asbestos       The existing water distribution pipelines in this area are
          Water Mains                   asbestos cement pipe and are deteriorating quickly. As
          New 350,000 Gallon Water      The water system useage is growing and a second
          Storage Tank                  water storage tank is necessary for system reliability as
          Twain Harte Secondary Water Our water treatment system currently has only one multi-
          Treatment Filter              media pressure filter installed. Because there is no
          Backwash Tank                 Water District currently has a relatively new 50,000
                                        gallon backwash tank that is not connected to the
          Water Treatment Clarifier     There is currently one clarifier within the water treatment
          Refurbishment                 system and it is very old. In year 2005 the clarifier tank
          SCADA System Upgrade          Current SCADA contol system only has limited
                                        monitoring capability. System needs to be updated to
          Twain Harte Cedar Pines       Existing 40,000 gallon tank does not meet seis-mic
          Water Tank Replacement        standards and presents a safety hazard to the
          Sherwood tank Connections     Water District currently has a new 44,000 gallon potable
                                        storage tank installed but is having trouble funding the
          428,000 Storage tank Top      Insufficent storage of finished water to meet 3 day
          Pacific Woods                 demand in an emmergency.Source water piping is
          Water Main Replacements -     This project is to replace aging under sized water mains
          Compliance Order              that can not meet domestic demands while under
          Anchor Bay Tanks              Existing storage capacity will not meet domestic and fire
                                        flow requirements. Per CDPH Compliance Order #02-03-
          Generators, System            Per Calif. Department of Public Health Compliance
          Automation, and               Order #02-03-08CO-002 Section 116555(a)(3) which
          Main Line Realignment in      Calif. Department of Transporation (Caltrans) is
          State Highway 1-Cal Trans     replacing various failed Shoreline Highway One culvert
          Installation of Pipe End Blow A DHS Mandate has been issued to provide a pipe end
          Off's                         blow off at the end of Tallent Lane, Mesa Court, Webber
          Water Main Replacement -      Existing water main is a combination of 6" and 8"
          Oak Circle                    diameter constructed of ACP and thinwall PVC pipe with
          Water Main Replacement -      Existing water main is a combination of 6" and 8"
          Yount Street from Madison to diameter constructed of ACP and thinwall PVC pipe with
            Replacement of Water              The Town's water system is supplied from an existing
            Pressure Reduction System at      connection to the water system from Rector Reservoir,
            Water Main Replacement -          Existing water main is a combination of 2", 6" and 8"
            Yount Street, Crossroad to        diameter constructed of ACP and thinwall PVC pipe with
            Water Main Replacement -          Existing water main is a combination of 6" and 8"
            Yountville Crossroad, Talent to   diameter constructed of ACP, DIP and thinwall PVC
            Water Main Replacement -          Existing water main is a combination of 6" and 8"
            Yount Street, Mount to Finnell    diameter constructed of ACP and thinwall PVC pipe with
n County-Mokelumne Acres                      WATER SYSTEM NEEDS LOOPING

alley County Water District                   A long run of 6 inch dead end line creates restricted flow
                                              in an area of the District distribution system with the
alley County Water District                   Shortage of treated water storage.

alley County Water District              Inadequate pump capacity which prevents district form
                                         utilizing the full treatment capacity of its water treatment
EW MUTUAL WATER CO.                      Replace undersized main lines and service lines,
                                         possible drilling of new well to replace well that went dry.
          AT&T Building Water            Existing well equipment is approximately 60 years old
          Reliability Project            and at the end of useful service. Failure of this facility
          Conjunctive Use Joint Project The Carmichael Water District is facing the possible
          with Carmichael Water District District wide loss of groundwater supply to a regional
          Mainline Replacements and 3- Mainline/Service Line ReplacementsMainline/service
          Series Boosters Upgrades       line failures occur annually in our system at an average
          Storage Tank Conversion,       Storage Tank #4 (1/2MG) is the final tank in our system
          Common Inlet/Outlet to Top     to be converted from a common inlet/outlet
          Rehabilitation of Wells 31A    Well 31A and 35A both produce water to a pressure
          and 35A providing              zone in an area where the head pressure is
          Rodeo Grounds Pumping          The Cambria Community Services District completed a
          Station Replacement            lengthy water master planning process, which was
          Stuart Street Tank No. 3       The Cambria Community Services District completed a
                                         lengthy Water Master Planning process that was
          Pine Knolls Connector Pipeline The Cambria Community Services District adopted a
                                         water master plan on Septmber 25th, 2008 that
SPRINGS WATER DISTRICT                   Old, undersized steel mainline

e Water Co - Arden Water Serv                 No remote monitoring.

                                       Current district storage capacity only provides water for
                                       24 hours.
                                       District is utilizing it's full capacity from the existing
                                       usable wells, all located within our adjudicated area.
                                       District operates on thirteen wells. Nine wells have an
                                       output of less than 300 gpm., three have an output of
           MCWD: Replacement of Aging The Mammoth Community Water District (MCWD)
           Water Distribution Mains    water distribution system includes several thousand feet
           Mammoth Community Water The Mammoth Community Water District (MCWD)
           District: Water Main        water distribution system includes several thousand feet
           Buckhorn Water System       The Buckhorn Water System raw-surface water source
           Reliable Surface Source     supply is subject to water outages, system interruptions,
           Tim Burr, Star, Woodrose, & The proposed pipeline will replace an aging system that
           Hollydale Waterline         has required numerous repairs. The system is a
                                       Aging network of small diameter mains in oldest part of
                                       town
                                       Obsolete water mains and valves. Inadequate valving
                                       (potential hazard to large sections of City in the event of
e Water Company - Bay Point            replace aging distribution water main to improve system
                                       reliability and water quality.
                                       Low pressure in Zone 1.
            Water System Rehabilitation     These projects are the initial phase in an overall water
                                            infrastructure improvement program, which has been
ANDO-CITY, WATER DEPT.                      WW standards defect. Reliability of outdated telemetry
                                            system.
ANDO-CITY, WATER DEPT.                      Several key water system transmission lines are
                                            damaged from earthquake activity and system aging.
ANDO-CITY, WATER DEPT.                      Reservoir No. 4 was damaged in the 1994 Northridge
                                            earthquake. Replacement storage is needed to
 Moon Water District                        Low-head lines in system.

 Moon Water District                        Low-head lines in system.

 Moon Water District                        Low-head lines in system.

 Moon Water District                        Low-head lines in system.

 - Auburn/Bowman                           Does not have a standby generator and when power is
                                           lost, the plant does not operate. The water treatment
             Auburn-Folsom Road            This 24" pipeline will be installed during the middle
             Widening/Water Transmission phase of the Auburn-Folsom Road widening by Placer
             City Well 02-Airport South -  Well 02-Airport South (Well 02) is a critical element of
             Equipment Replacement and the City's conjunctive-use program, with groundwater
             Fair Oaks Boulevard Pipeline Groundwater contamination has caused the Carmichael
             Replacement Project           Water District to revised its water supply planning away
Water District                             Water main is causing water quality and delivery
                                           problems.
             Conjunctive Use Joint Project The Carmichael Water District is facing the possible
             with Del Paso Manor Water     District wide loss of groundwater supply to a regional
                                           Old undersized mainline

                                            Old undersized mainline

                                            Old undersized mainline

                                            Old undersized mainline

                                            Old undersized mainline

        Water Tank Replacement              The project is aimed at improving fire flow to the south
        Project                             west area of the City. It is also aimed at increasing
        Ground Level Tank                   This tank is needed for emergency fire flow. It will also
        Construction                        enable proper mixing of poor quality water with good
BELLFLOWER-NORWALK                          Aged wells are declining in both production and water
                                            quality.
                                            Expected shortage of water supply, based upon present
                                            growth projections for the fiscal year 1998/99. Need
           Palmdale Water Districy -        The project will target the replacement of the existing
           Water Main Replacement           water mains that were constructed between 1950 and
e WC - West Orange                          Reliability of distribution system disinfection residual.

EL VALLEY WC - FONTANA                      Well F24A at risk for VOC contamination from landfill
                                            upstream.
                                            Well shutdown due to high nitrate contamination

EL VALLEY WC - FONTANA                      Single transmission line supplies majority of water to
                                            system
EL VALLEY WC - FONTANA                      Well F13A at risk for VOC contamination from landfill
                                            upstream.
EL VALLEY WC - FONTANA                      Well F26A at risk for VOC contamination from landfill
                                            upstream.
             Replace 60 year old pipeline to   Existing transmission pipeline providing water to the
             Hacienda Heights                  Hacienda Heights area is nearly 60 years old and must
             The Highlands Main                There are currently over 710 miles of 4‖ to 12‖ water
             Replacement Project               mains throughout the District. Approximately 158 miles
             South SD reservoir                The South SD Reservoir was constructed in 1970. The
                                               improvements have been identified in the areas of cicil,
             Rancho Bernardo reservoir         Existing reservoir is deteriorated and needs to be
                                               refurbished and strenghtened to meet current seismic
            San Carlos Reservoir               This project is not associated with a current DPH
            Enhancement                        Compliance Order, however it continues the structural
County Water Authority                         Lack of distribution system for supplemental emergency
                                               water supplies from the San Vicente Reservoir to the
             San Vicente Dam Raise and         The San Diego region typically experiences water
             Carryover Storage Project         shortages during periods of drought that are
             VHJSDTexas                        This funding would help replace all the potable water
                                               lines within our classroom building at the Texas Avenue
RINGS RESORT, INC.                             25,000 gal tank needs to be repaired or replaced.
                                               Chlorination system also needs to be relocated.
NCE HIGH SCHOOL                                System is aging and is not adequate for present needs.

          Cuyamaca Reservoir                   The existing reservoir is a 100,000 gallon underground
          Refurbishment and Filter             concrete vault. The structure is over 40 years old and
 EEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL                         OLD WELL - INADEQUATE CAPACITY AND
                                               PRESSURE
 EEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL                         OLD LEAKY DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM

DES ELEMENTARY                                 System is aging and is not adequate for present needs.

                                               System is aging and is not adequate for present needs.

                                               OLD INTAKE PIPES ARE INADEQUATE TO ALLOW
                                               PROPER WATER FLOW TO FILL UP THE 125,000
ORE S & B, INC                                 Needs storage capacity to comply with Water Works
                                               standards.
PROPERTY OWNER S WATER SYSTEM                  Spring sources have inadequate capacity.

             Well replacement                  Existing well is beyond it's useful life. Casing failure has
                                               caused repeat microbial contamination. Repeated
                                               Single well source is inadequate.

KS. MUT. WATER CO.                       Distribution system not constructed per water works
                                         standards. Distribution subject to freezing. Line rusting
S RELLES WATER SYSTEM                    Old tanks need replacing and needs second well for
                                         reliability.
FAMILY CAMP                              SYSTEM LACKS RELIABILITY SINCE IT HAS ONLY
                                         ONE WELL. B0TH SOURCE AND STORAGE
                                         NO BACKUP WELL, INADEQUATE STORAGE, NO
                                         CHLORINATION, UNEQUAL PRESSURE IN THE
            Weymouth Treatment Plant     At the present time, four filters at the 520-mgd
            Filter Rehabilitation        Weymouth plant have been removed from service due
            Santa Teresa Water           The existing chemical feed piping, chemical feed area,
            Treatment Plant Incompatible and chemical storage areas are not in compliance with
onsolidated Water Company                An upgraded iner-tie is needed with SBCsA 70 zone L
                                         system due to susecptible MTBE contamination
            Emergency Interconnection    The current problem for Water Facilities Authority and
            from SGVMWD to               Three Valleys Municipal Water District is that they
            Penitencia Water Treatment   The Penitencia Water Treatment Plant (PWTP)
            Plant Standby Power Upgrade produces up to 42 million gallons of treated water per
            Sheldon Pressure Zone        This interconnection will address water supply reliability
            Interconnection              issues with Foothill. Foothill has only one
          San Gabriel River Diversion       Covina Irrigating Company is a part of the San Gabriel
          Structure                         River Water Committee, which diverts surface water for
          Distribution System - ARV         Existing Air/Vacuum Relief Valves (ARVs)throughout
          Improvements                      the distribution system are located below grade. The
          Robert B. Diemer Treatment        The 520-mgd Diemer plant, located on the crest of a hill,
          Plant Emergency Access Road       needs a secondary emergency access road. Securing
RIGATION CO.                                APPROX. 1 MILE OF 24" PIPELINE THAT WAS
                                            SLIPPED LINE WITH AN 18" TO 20" LINE HAVE
            Rinconada Water Treatment       The clarifiers at the Rinconada Water Treatment Plant
            Plant Clarifier Rehabilitation  are over 40 years old and need to be rehabilitated. This
            Pacheco Pumping Plant Pump The Santa Clara Valley Water District relies on the San
            #5 & #11 Rebuild                Felipe Division to deliver half of its imported water
            Penitencia Water Treatment      The existing single filter backwash constant speed
            Plant Backwash Pump             pump and motor, installed in 1974 , is at the end of its
            Santa Clara Valley Water        System has defects in the filter underdrain system.
            District
            Rinconada Water Treatment       The Rinconada Water Treatment Plant's piping and
            Plant Valve Replacement         control valves and actuators used to operate the
            Treated Water Pipelines         This work is required to rehabilitate treated water
            Inspection-Rehab and ARV        pipelines that have had significant failures in recent
            Baldwin Park Well #2 Pump to This well was constructed in 1911 and does not include
            Waste and Annular Seal          any type of surface seal such as an Annular Seal to
            Baldwin Park Well #1 Pump to This well was constructed in 1910 and does not include
            Waste and Annular Seal          any type of surface seal such as an Annular Seal to
RIGATION CO.                                ONE WELL IS CONTAMINATED WITH HIGH LEVELS
                                            OF NITRATES.
            Windsor Reservoir Zone Pipe This pipeline replacement and interconnection will
            Replacement and                 address reliability within both the Foothill Municipal
            Replace well, add tank, add     Storage tank is below county standards. No back up
            back generator                  power to run distibution pumps. County requesting we
            Clark Street Community Well- Clark Street Community Well Water System has only
            Second well/intertie with       one well and that well is hard rock well. Therefore, the
            Choctaw Valley MWC-Drill a      The water system has only one well. A second source of
            Second Well                     supply is needed
            Waters Road Permanent New The Waters Road Domestic Users Group system
            Booster Pump and Storage        supplies domestic and irrigation water to the 13 services
            Rio Mesa MWC- Drill a           The water system has only one well. A second source of
            Second Well                     supply is needed
            Sweet Water CO-OP- Intertie The water system has only one well. another source of
            with Inyokern CSD or Drill a    supply is needed.
            Second Well for the Water       With only one well as a source of water supply, this
            System or inter-tie project for public water system is deemed to have unreliable water
            New well to augment single      The existing water system has only one hardrock well.
            well                            An additional well is needed to supplement the existing
            Alternative Water Source (2nd Buzztail Community Service District (Water Division) is
            Well)                           not currently in compliance with state standards and
er Mutual Water Co.                         Upgrade transmission, treatment and storage.

             Wilcox Water System-Second        Wilcox Water System has only well. Therefore, the
             Well/intertie with Inyokern CSD   water system is unreliable.
             Install Generator Backup for      The Baxter well system consists of two electrical
             well                              components: (1) well turbine pump motor, 440V, 3
             Upgrade existing well             The active Baxter Water System well was drilled in 1968
                                               and has been in use by the local community of 14
             New well for back-up water         Current system relies on one vertical well. A second
             source                            well is required to meet water works requirement for
             Mirasol Comany has only one       Mirasol Water Company has only one well.
             well. A second well is needed
             Inter-tie project with City of With only one well as a source of water supply, this
             Bakersfield                    public water system is deemed to have unreliable
            Decommission Inactive WellThis request is for decommissioning old well. The old
                                      well is capped and has not been used since late 1960's
         Dixie Water - Single Source  Dixie Water Company has a single well as its source of
                                      supply, therefore lacks required system reliability.
         Storage capacity improvement Water system is gravity feed from storage tanks located
                                      above buildings being served. Existing concrete tanks
NDATION/MORIAH HEIGHTS                NEED AUTOMATIC SHUT-OFF ON LINE THAT FILLS
                                      TANK. NEED FE & MN REMOVAL. NEED BACK-UP
ODS MUTUAL WATER SYSTEM               18,000 gallon in ground reservoir needs a new roof.

            New well to augment single       The existing water system has only one hardrock well.
            well                             An additional well is needed to supplement the existing
                                             System needs new well.

            South Desert MWC- Drill a   The source has only one well. A second source of
            Second Well/ Intertie with  supply is needed.
            Linns Court MWC-Drill a     The Water System has only one hardrock well. Another
            Second well                 source of supply is needed
            Tank and Treatment          Currently there are two different water storage tanks.
            Replacement                 The concrete storage tank is cracked and leaking with
            South Kern MWC- Drill a     The water system has only one well. A second well or
                                        an intertie with City of Bakersfield is needed
            Second Well/Intertie with City
            Replacement of main water   Our Main water line is 50 years old and galvanized
            line                        metal. It has developed leaks over the recent years and
            2nd Water Source            This community PWS currently has only one source of
                                        water - a groundwater well. Due to the current drought
         Hillview Acres-Second Well for Hillview Acres MWC has one hard rock active well.
         the Water System               Therefore the water system is not reliable.
         Couture Farms Back-up Well This small community system is served by a single
                                        source (one well). This application is for a back-up well
         Drill a new well to augment    System supplied by one well and if it goes out due to
         single well                    drought, the systme would be out of water.
         New well to augment single     Single well system, if it fails the system is out of water.
         well
         The Village-Source             Population served by this community water system are
         improvement                    retired and on a fixed income. The water system
         Redundant Source               The CWS does not have a redundant source. Intertie
                                        and/consolidation are not viable options because those
         Frontier Trails Water          Due to low pressure distribution our system is in need of
         Distribution system            upgrading. Our "Gravity Feed" system requires 3
         Kranenburg-Second Well/Inter- only one well as a source of water supply, this public
         tie with Vaughn Water          water system is deemed to have unreliable water
         Owens Peak South-An Intertie The water system has only one well. A second source
         with Inyokern CSD or Drill     of supply is needed.
         Watertek E. Plano Water        The unincorporated Tulare County community of East
         Supply Reliability Project     Plano is served with potable water by Watertek. The
         New well to augment single     Single well, if it fails, the system is out of water
         well
         2009 Stonewood Transmission Our system experiences water pressure and availability
         Line Upgrade                   problemsthroughout the year and does not meet fire
ATER CO-OP                              The three storage tanks are old, have running rust, and
                                        have developed leaks.
         New well to augment single     Single well, if it fails, the system is out of water
         well
                                        According to inspection reports, the cracks in the
                                        existing storage tank are the cause of several
         DRILL A WELL OR                With only one well as a source of water supply, this
         CONSOLIDATE WITH               public water system is deemed to have unreliable
         Reduntant Source and Source Add an additional source to the existing single well. Also
         Upgrades                       make improvement to the exsiting well to meet the
E TIERRA ESTATES WC                           Distribution system valves will not close completely.

              Sunrise Shores                  Existing distribution system is Military surplus thin walled
                                              steel pipe installed in 1958. Pipe was laid in ground with
E TIERRA ESTATES WC                           System needs an emergency back-up booster pump.

              New Well for PWS distribution Shortage of water due to drought in State
             and storage
             Water Main Transmission and The Station Fire burned this community in August of
             Storage Tank Repair and           2009, damaging a significant portion of the water
                                               System facilities (back-up well, main lines, treatment
                                               system) need improvement/replacement.
             MD # 28 RIPPERDAN SELF            Single source water system serving a low income
             HELP                              community and no storage capacity. In times of drought
             Pond Mutual WC-Second Well Pond Mutual Water Company has only well. Therefore,
             or possible Intertie with City of the water system is unreliable.
             2nd Water Source                  This community PWS currently has only one source of
                                               water - a groundwater well in a fractured rock aquifer.
             Add Storage                       Unable to isolate storage tanks for service without
                                               compromising fire flow requirements.
             Storage Tank Replacement            Our water system has 35 members / lots sharing a
             and Water Filter Upgrade          well. There are approximately 20 houses with full time
             SWTR Compliance                   System does not have the required reliable source
                                               capacity to meet current waterworks standards.
             Heath Brimhall POA - Resolve Heath Brimhall POA has a single source of supply,
             Problem of Single Source          therefore does not have required system reliability.
 Utility Company, Inc.                         Small distribution lines that provide inadequate pressure
                                               and flow.
             Reservoir Replacement             Based upon our 2008 annual inspection by the CDPH
                                               and recommendations by our engineering, firm our
             second well for Opal Fry & Son Community Water System with one well for water supply
             system                            is deemed unreliable.
             Resolve Problem of Single         Water system has a single well as its sole source of
             Source                            water, therefore lacks required system reliability.
hts Water Mutual Association                   Insufficient water storage and water pressure. Need
                                               new chlorine system.
                                               Current tank needs replaced. Need additional storage
                                               capacity & other system upgrades.
             Rancho Seco Water System- Rancho Seco Water System has only well. As such the
             Second Well for the Water         water system is not reliable.
             Replace Aged, Leaky Supply The water system has massive pipe leaks that have the
             and Distribution Water Pipes potential of letting contaminates in the soil enter the
OAD WATER COMPANY                              Deteriorating water mains.

             New well to augment single       Single well, if it fails, system is out of water.
             well
 unty CSA 41-Freestone                   The old and structurally failing finished water res. is at
                                         risk of contamination from storm runoff.
          Sierra Meadows-Second Well Sierra Meadows Water System has only well.
          or Intertie with CWS-Kernville Therefore, the water system is unreliable.
          Owens Peak West Water          The water system has only one well. A second source of
          System-Second Well/Intertie    supply is needed.
          Wegis Water - Single Source Wegis Water System has a single well as its source of
          Problem Solution - Consolidate water, therefore lacks required water system reliability.
          Oak Grove Trailer Park         The Water System is in need of an additional water
                                         source to meet the demands of the community, i.e. new
          New well to augment single     Water system supplied by one well, if the well goes out
          well                           due to drought conditions the system will be out of
 EIGHTS MUTUAL WATER                     Aging and deterioating mains, inadequate capacity.
TER SYSTEM                                  Inadequate distrabution system for fire protection,
                                            inadequate storage capacity, failing storage tankage,
          White Pine water line upgrade Aspendell is a mountain community at 8,500 foot
          and fire hydrant                  elevation surrounded by National Forest which is
          2nd Water Source                  This community PWS currently has only one source of
                                            water - a groundwater well. Due to the current drought
          LLANAS CAMP FOUR-A                The water system has only one well. A second source of
          Second Well/Intertie with City supply is needed.
          Riverview Homeowners Assoc.- Riverview Homeowners Association Water System has
          Second Well/Intertie with         only one Well. Therefore, the water system is
          St. Clair Ranchos MWC-            The water system has only one well. A second well or
          Intertie with City of Bakersfield an intertie with the City of Bakersfield is needed.
          Reesedale Mutual                  The Water System is in need of an additional water
                                            source to meet the demands of the community, i.e new
                                            Existing water mains are very old and need to be
                                            replaced.
                                            Roof of water tank does not provide adequate protection
                                            from elements and debris.
          Replace old main line & add       New 4" main out of infiltration gallery on Boulder Creek
          storage.                          chokes down to 3" old line, and then to 2.5" old line to
S BOYS RANCH                                The concrete storage tank is over 30 years old and
                                            leaking. Some steel pipe are beyond repair. One new
          New well to augment single        Supplied by single well that if it goes out due to drought
          well                              would be out of water.
          Second Well for the Water         With only one well as a source of water supply, this
          System for more reliable          public water system is deemed to have unreliable
          Storage tank replacement and Replace aging water storage tanks that are showing
          security upgrade.                 signs of corrision and leakage. Provide security around
          Second Well for the Water         With only one well as a source of water supply, this
          System                            public water system is deemed to have unreliable water
GARDENS MUTUAL                              EXISTING, 1950'S DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
                                            REQUIRES REHABILITATION. OCCASIONAL
GARDENS MUTUAL                              OLD 20,000 GAL. STORAGE TANK IS IN POOR
                                            CONDITION, WITH LEAKS AND RUST VISIBLE ON
          Emergency funding for drought Possibility of water shortage due to drought in State
          related problems
GARDENS MUTUAL                              WELL CASING HAS COLLAPSED AND NOT ABLE TO
                                            PERFORM MAINTENANCE WORK WHEN NEEDED.
          Green Gulch Farm - New            Green Gulch Farm is a community water system with
          20,000-gal Treated Water          insufficient water storage. A single 20,000 gallon
          Smith's Village Mobile Home The Water System is in need of an additional water
          Park (2008)                       source to meet the demands of the community, i.e. new
          Number 2 well arsonic             Well #2 tested arsonic levels in June of 2006. The MCL
          treatment                         is 10. One test came back 31. In September of 2006
L WATER COMPANY                             Need backup source and storage, upgrade distribution
                                            pipe to 4"
          Clear Skies Mobile Home           The Water System is in need of an additional water
          Ranch                             source to meet the demands of the community i.e., new
          Deer Meadow Mutual                Add a source of water to the storage and distribution of
                                            this water system due to the recent drought in the State
          Redundant Source                  Water system has only one source. Consolidation or
                                            intertie are not feasible options. Another well would need
          Water system infrastructure       Water pipe infrastructure is failing and must be replaced
          replacement to limit system       to maintain water service to tenants and limit water
GARDENS MUTUAL                              PRESSURE TANK HAS SETTLED WHICH IS
                                            PUTTING STRESS ON THE CONNECTING PIPE AND
 NCH LTD WATER SYSTEM                       Needs second well for reliability.

              Emergency funding for my       Add a source of water to the storage and distribution of
              community water system due     this water system due to the recent drought in the State
            REDWOOD TERRACE PUMP              Redwood Terrace (RWT) needs to replace 5,400 linear
            HOUSE, INTAKE SUPPLY              feet of old leaking water lines used for supply intake and
            REDWOOD TERRACE                   Redwood Terrace (RWT) is in dire need of replacement
            STORAGE TANKS                     and additional storage. Two actively used existing 15Kg
            Electrical relay replacement      well motor electrical relay is in disrepair

            Second Well for the Water    With only one well as a source of water supply, this
                                         public water system is deemed to have unreliable water
            System or inter-tie project for
            Water system improvement     The system has one groundwater well. The well is near
                                         exceeding the Nitrate MCL with a January 2007
                                         We recently had a proficiency test: result was running at
                                         only 25%, low pressure.
         Upland of the Kern MWC-         Uplands of the Kern Water System has only one well.
         Second Well/Intertie with       Therefore, the water system is unreliable.
         CRASS MUTUAL CO. -              The water system is served by a single source ( hard
         SINGLE SOURCE                   rock) providing water to a low income mountain
         Water outages                   The system consist of two hardrock wells serving a low
                                         income community of about 20 service connections.
         Install sand separator and      The Ashford Highlands Mutual Water Co. currently
         chlorinator at Well #1          serves 52 connections. The system relies on 2
         Distribution/Storage/Filtration Insufficient Storage, failing storage tank, failing
                                         distribution system, insufficient filtration capacity
         Western Skies Mobile Home The Water System is in need of an additional water
         Park                            source to meet the demands of the community, i.e. new
         Shady Lake Water                The system now in place is soley dependent on one line
         Association/Dedicated line      that distributes the water from the well site into the
         Rehabilitation of Contaminated We currently have four operating wells that produce a
         Well                            total of 33 gpm. One of these wells, the Lightel Well,
         Mesa del Toro MWC #2            Interior of three water holding tanks need to be cleaned
                                         inside, outside and repaired as needed. Tanks do not
TORO MWC                                 Storage tank is in need of repairs or replacement. New
                                         lines should also be put in and (possibly) a new well.
         Sierra Village Trailer Park     only one approved source

            Shady Lake Water                  single source system; source reliability
            Association/Second Source of
            Wooden Shoe Water Supply          Wooden Shoe is a mobile home park that is served with
            Reliability Project               potable water by the facility owners. The water system
            Redunant Source                   Provide reduntant source to single source water system

          Shady Lake Water Association        The system is presently over 25 years old and never
          / Shut-Off Valves                   has had shut-off valves installed. To have these
          TO DRILL A SECOND WELL              Public water system with only one well as a source of
          OR CONSOLIDATE WITH                 water supply. The system is deemed to have unreliable
UAL WATER CO                                  System pressure does not comply with Water Works
                                              standards at times.
OLLOW PWS                                     PRESSURE PROBLEMS IN DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM

            Water Line Project                Water line installed in 1963 needs replacing.

            Second Well for County Club       Water system lacks adequate water supply because it
            County WD                         has only one well as its total water source. System does
            Additional water source(s)        This community PWS has experienced water outages
                                              during the last two summers. The water sources are
            New well to augment single        Single well system, if the well fails, the system is out of
            well                              water
            SA#14CHUCKCHANSE -                The water system is served by a single source providing
            SINGLE SOURCE                     water to a low income community in the Valley. Storage
            White Rock Lake RV Park           The Water System is in need of additional water
                                              sources to meet the demands of the community, i.e.
             New water storage tank and       Replace existing 30,000 gallon water tank that is failing
             existing tank retrofit           with a new 50,000 gallon water tank. Repair and
tain Mutual Water Company                     Aged distribution system and storage tanks

EACH WATER SYSTEM                             Need to upgrade

             Improve water system              The present system is 80% old equipment that needs
             Infrastarcture for supply,       replacing or upgrading, such as pumps, motors, Piping
             Redundant source                 The CWS has only one source. The project would be to
                                              develop a new source.
             installation of secondary pump We need a secondary pump for emergency use and
             and replacing of old water lines also to replace our existing water lines that are old and
             Drill a new well and augment System supplied by one well. If it goes out due to
             single well                      drought system is out of water.
             Tut Brothers Farm #96 has        The water system has only one well. A second source
             only one well. A Second Well of supply is needed.
                                              Distribution system has no isolation valves, making it
                                              difficult for management and inconvinient for residents
             deadends                         poor water quality from dead end lines

                                              Old steel water line serving 7 houses on Oakvale Rd. is
                                              of too small diameter and is in Jeopardy of leaking that
K MOBILE HOME PARK                            OLD PIPES

             New Well, New Storage Tank,      The Stuart Water Co. system is over 55 years old, and
             and Security Fencing.            is in emergency need of capitol improvements, so it can
             distribution improvements -      low water pressure from 2-inch lines
             pumps & larger lines
             Storage project                Inadequate storage and undersized distribution mains
                                            that are in poor condition.
             System 2400128 Water            System 2400128 is approximately twenty five years old.
             Distribution Upgrade           The rural system uses two 500 gal. bladder/tank to store
                                            20,000 gal. Concrete storage tank has several small
                                            leaks due to root entrusion. SD County Health Dept.
                                            System is served with a 2" water main that is
                                            inadequate.
             Tank Replacement project       Aging storage tanks are steel and deteriorating in the
                                            salt air. There are two tanks of 84,000 gallons and
Water District                              Storage tanks in poor physical condition; distribution
                                            system mains in poor physical condition.
             New Well for PWS, distribution Possible shortage of water due to statewide drought
             and storage
                                            Current transite lines running from Ave. A to Ave. B
                                            and along the length of Ave. B need to be replaced due
             Emergency Funding for my       Add a source of water to the storage and distribution of
             community water system due this water system due to the recent drought in the State
             New well to augment single     Single well, if it fails, system is out of water.
             well
             New well to augment single     Single well system, if it fails, the system is out of water.
             well
             Valve Replacement and New         The gravity feed lines and control valves were
             Well                           installed in the mid 1970's. In 2004 when resolving
             Bar-H replace main water       Part of our water system has water pipes from 1957.
             lines, fire hydrant,           The pipe is made of asbestos and the pipe is to small
             Bar-H 60,000 gal. storage      The water company needs a large storage unit in case
             tank,flow meters               of any problems such asearthquake, break down of well,
             East Valley Farms MWC          The EVFMWC system is currently unable to comply with
             Supply and Distribution        mandatory CDPH requirements for adequate backflow
             New well to augment single     Single well, if it fails, the system will be out of water
             well
             Project "ENDEAVOR" to arise      Aqua-J-Mutual Water Company is a 55 year old
             to standard                      company. Since the early 50's "Aqua-J" has delivered a
             New MMEWC holding tank           Our water system was destroyed in 1993 in the Old
             replacement                      Gulch fire. We purchased and set up two steel silos with
                                              Water outages caused by insufficient source and
                                              storage.
          Aqua J Mutual Water                 The Water System is in need of additional water
          Company                             sources to meet the demands of the community i.e, new
          Extend 6" line to residents in      Currently approximately 50% of the community is served
          lower canyon area.                  by an inaequate water main (2" line) which drastically
          MMEWC holding tank                  Our water system was destroyed in 1993 in the Old
          replacement                         Gulch fire. We purchased and set up two steel silos with
 AMP RESORT WS                                Need new pipelines, pump, and more water pressure.

           New well to augment single          System supplied by single well, if it goes dry the system
           well                                will be out of water.
 Water Company                                 50 year old distribution system (2.5 inch) with failing
                                               water mains.
             Locust Grove Mobile Home          The water system is in need of an additional water
             Park                              source to meet the demands of the community, i.e. new
             Second Well for the Water         With only one well as a source of water supply, this
             System or inter-tie project for a public water system is deemed to have unreliable water
             49er Trailer Ranch                only one approved source

             Tassajara Springs clear well     Replace the 845 square-foot roof over our 35,000 gallon
             roof replacement                 water tank. Joists are rotting, safety of drinking water
             Athal Water Supply Project       This small community water system serves 65 homes
                                              east of Weedpatch Highway about 1.5 miles north of
             Replace 10,000 gallon            CSA No. 10 must be able to provide water to 47
             hydropneumatic tank              residential parcels. The 10,000 gallon hydropneumatic
             New well to augment single       The School is supplied water from one well that if it goes
             well                             out due to drought conditions would need another well.
             MD-40 Contaminant removel        System wells Exceed secondary MCLs for iron at 300
                                              ppb and Manganese at 50 ppb. Current iron level is 690
             Mettler Well Project             Mettler is a disadvantaged community located several
                                              miles from other community water systems. Their only
             Electric Relay                   pump motor electrical relay in disrepair

WATER SYSTEM                                  WELL 1 HAS DBCP BELOW THE MCL. HOWEVER,
                                              WELL 2, THEIR STAND-BY WELL HAS DBCP
             Bodega Water System              Bodega Water Company (BWC) seeks funding to
             Upgrade                          upgrade its aged drinking water system and mitigate
             Pre-App for water storage        The community of Aberdeen currently has a water
                                              storage capacity of merely 5,000 gallons. The
             New well to augment single       System suppled by one well. If it goes out due to
             well                             drought the system would be out of water.
             Rocky Comfort MWC Pump           Rocky Comfort MWC has been receiving its domestic
             and Tank for Pressure            water supply directly from the City of Redlands since
                                              Insufficient water storage capacity.

SUBDIVISION 4                                 Inadequate mains, low pressure not in compliance with
                                              WW Standards.
             Distribution/Storage             Old pipes in poor condition and inadequate storage
             Improvements
             Central Water Company Water      A portion of the unincorporated Tulare County
             Supply Reliability Project       community of Plainview is served with potable water by
             Replace water storage tank,      The District is currently searching for a new water
             construct water distribution     source since 5 of their 6 wells are chemically or
             Millerton Lake Pump and          County Services Area (CSA) No. 34 encompasses the
             Pipeline Improvements            Millerton New Town Plan Area. It is located on the north
             Williams Mutual Water Supply      A portion of the unincorporated Tulare County
             Reliability Project               community of Cotton Center is served with potable
             CIP Project 09-002 Replace        The water system infrastructure was constructed in the
             Water Mains and Laterals          1960's and has reached the end of its useful life. The
             CIP Project 09-001 Replace        The water system infrastructure was constructed in the
             Water Mains and Laterals          1960's and has reached the end of its useful life. The
             Pescadero creek road pipe         Replace deteriorated piping

          County Service Area No. 7      Most of the distribution system water pipelines in CSA-7
          Water Distribution System      are old, poorly installed, and undersized based on
          Californian Mobile Home Park The Water System is in need of additional water
                                         sources to meet the demands of the community, i.e.
          Replace/upgrade water          Distribution system infrastructure was built in 1965 of 3"
          distribution infrastructure    steel and 2 1/2" PVC piping. Repairs to the PVC section
           New First PreApp -- New Well Possibility of water shortage and storage for this
          and Storage                    community water system
          Development of 2nd water       develop second source and chlorination system for this
          source and chlorination system source
          New Well & Pump & Filtration The well shut off twice a day (reason?). They
          System                         concerned about water quality (gross alpha : 8.2 + 2.9,
          Repair or replace piping in    repair or replace piping in distribution system
          distribution system
          Gordon Acres Water Company The Water Company plans to replace the majority of
          updated refurbishment Project distribution pipes, (approx. 15,000 feet), many sections
AD MUTUAL WATER SYSTEM                   LOW LEVEL OF WATER. NEED ADDITIONAL
                                         SOURCE CAPACITY FOR RELIABLITY
          Sierra Grande Pump Station     The water system pumps well water into above ground
                                         storage tanks, then the water is pumped into the
          Yulupa MWC - Tank Project      Insufficient storage

             New Storage and Pump              Need more storage capacity, especially for fire
             Facilities                        protection.
             West Goshen Water Supply          West Goshen Mutual Water Company's system is
             Reliability Project               overburdened. The primary well is equipped with a 60-
             Allen Road MWC- Second            the Water System has only one well. A second source
             Well / Intertie with CWS-         of supply is needed.
             New Storage Tank                  Need additional storage capacity.

             Mettler Valley Mutual             The Water System is in need of an additional water
                                               source to meet the demands of the community, i.e new
             Aging Pipes                       Aging pipes and aging water tanks

             Water delivery pipeline           The original 1.6 mile waterline system was installed in
             upgrade                           the 1980‘s using an inexpensive and undersized 4 inch
             Multi-Well Activation with Code   The District currently operates with only one qualified
             Compliance                        well. Qualification of a second well is in process. Once
                                               Marginal quantity of water supply.

             El Rancho Mobile Home Park   The Water System is in need of an additional water
                                          source to meet the demands of the community, i.e. new
             Wooden Water Storage Tank Twin Valley, Inc. currently has two water storage tanks:
             Replacement and expansion    One is a 33000 gallon Old Redwood wine tank (est. 95
                                          Recurring TCR MCL violations. Rerank to M from F
                                          (9/17/01)
             Replacement of Water Mains - The Jenner Water System serves 100 customers
             Jenner C S A # 41            located at the confluence of the Russian River & the
             Replace 100 year old wooden Currently there is a 33000 gallon 100 year old redwood
             water storage tank           storage tank that holds the water pumped from five
                                          Dead end water lines
 Stonegate WS                           Interior coatings on the system's two storage tanks are
                                        failing and need to be restored.
         Stonegate Groundwater Well The water system problem experienced by the residents
         and Delivery System            of County Service Area (CSA) No. 31, Stonegate, is
         Strickland Mutual Distribution The distribution system contains 4" and 6" transite
         Pipe and Lateral Replacement (asbestos cement) pipe, and a variety of steel black pipe
         Llano Mutual Water Company The Water System is in need of an additional water
                                        source to meet the demands of the community, i.e new
         Distribution System            This project would replace an aging, undersized
         Replacement                    distribution system and bring it up to modern standards.
         Well Pump Upgrade Project      This project would upgrade and improve the efficiency
                                        of an aging mutual well pump delivery system which
                                        Water system needs to add a new well to improve
                                        supply reliability.
ANYON MUTUAL                            Mains in poor condition, not in compliance with WW
                                        Standards., Low pressure.
         Storage Tank Replacement       After completeing a tank inspection and cleaning, it has
                                        been determined that our two (2ea) sixty thousand
         Water Tank installation and    Greenhorn Creek Community Services DistrictProblem
         well pump replacement          DescriptionThe Greenhorn Creek Community Services
         Teviston South Well            The source of water for the Teviston Community
         Replacement Project            Services District is groundwater supplied by 2 wells
         TSVU Grand Ave. pipeline and TSVU has two approved sources of supply and one
         highway 89 crossing            unfiltered lake source that feed the entire service area.
         redundant well                 currently we lack adequate backup supply

             Tahoe Swiss Village Utility-    Tahoe Swiss Village Utility (TS) years ago, for a tank
             Sierra Vista Ave. Water        site, purchased a vacant lot for $12,000. This lot is
             additional storage             current storage does not meet atandaeds

             hiway 89 homewood fire         currently most of hiway 89 is served by a
             protection                     conglomeration of 2" and lessor main pipeline. This pipe
             DRILL A WELL FOR               With only one hard rock well as a source of water
             INCREASING SOURCE              supply, this public water system is deemed to have
                                            Water system currently has only 1 operating well for 132
                                            connections. Distribution system is old.
             Seismic retrofit lower tanks   First level storage tanks are not strapped down. In the
                                            event of a serious earthquake, the tanks could move
          Drill a new well to augment       Single well system, if it fails, the system is out of water.
          single well
VILLE COMM. SERV. DIST                  Insufficient water supply. Dead ends in watermains.
                                        Insufficient storage.
            Old pipe replacement Mt.    Old surplus pipe from the 40's and 50's is in use to
            Pleasant Rd. toward Quimby supply water users. This pipe was never intended to be
            El Dorado MHP Back-up Well The El Dorado MHP has over 100 connections and
                                        serves a population that exceeds 300. Currently the
            Mutual aid booster pump      for pump station electronics and hardware to push
                                        water into neighboring system or from neighboring
            Morehead Park Well          Old system with leaking distribution, well at end of useful
            Replacement                 life.
 CRES MUTUAL WATER CO                   WATER PRESSURE FLUCTUATES EXCESSIVELY
                                        (UP TO 0.5 NOMINAL) IN THE SUMMER DUE TO
sort Improvement District               Old, single source well - diminshing GPM. Upper
                                        pressure system in deteriorating.
 CRES MUTUAL WATER CO                   9 DEAD-ENDS RESULTING IN LOW PRESSURES AT
                                        THE HIGHER ELEVATION AREA
            PINE GROVE STORAGE          The Pine Grove Water System is operated by the Cobb
            TANK REPLACEMENT            Area Coounty Water District under court ordered
            Slide Inn Snowbowl Water Co Slide Inn Snowbowl Water Company is requesting your
            Phase 2 - New Mains         assistance to complete our Phase II New Mains Project.
                 Installation of permanent           Currently operating under a Health Department Order to
                 chlorination And storage facility   install permanent chlorination on the Anderson Spring
                 Wixson and Unnamed Spring           Wixson Spring has been consistent in its violation of the
                 storage, piping and                 bacterioligal standards. The unnamed spring, which is a
                 Pipeline replacement                Pipes laid 55 yrs ago. They are sending every cent they
                                                     get to keep pipeline up
Water District                                       Undersized steel water main in poor physical condition.

                                      In the event of a prolonged power outage our
                 energency power for water
                 pumps                community would be without water.Because of our
                 Down Canyon pipeline Replacement and enlargement of pipelines needed to
                 replacement program  improve system performance throughout the Down
                                      Need to improve the availability of fire flows throughout
                 Pipeline replacement program
                                      major residential and commercial regions within the
         Clark Well Construction      Down Canyon water system experiences significant
                                      water quantity problems caused by surface water source
         Tank #2 replacement          Tank #2, a thirty year old, 15,000 gallon redwood tank,
                                      is of insufficient capacity and is nearing the end of its
         Warner Springs Estates/Stone During power outages, water distribution/access is very
         Ridge Well #8 Generator      limited and when outages are for long periods of time,
         Tank #1a replacement         Tank #1a, a thirty year old, 15,000 gallon redwood tank,
                                      is nearing the end of its useful life. The surface of the
         Water Supply Pipeline        The existing water supply pipeline runs 7.4 miles from
         Replacement                  the wells up 1,470 feet of elevation via 3 booster
 OODS MUTUAL WATER CO                 Pipes are aging and decaying.

        Tres Pinos Water District -          The waterworks improvement project will supply fire flow
        Waterworks Improvement               to a community that currently does not have adequate
        Davenport Water Distribution         Davenport Water Distribution Lines ProjectSetting:The
        Lines                                community of Davenport in coastal Santa Cruz County
MONTE MWC                                    Distribution lines need to be replaced - interruptions in
                                             service are increasing.
                 System upgrades and storage System is old and failing. A new treatment system has
                 improvements                been installed but now pipes need replacing and the
                 Raw Water Tank              Additional well is needed for system reliability.

                  Emergency funding for              Emergency funding due to drought related problems,
                 drought related problems            storage, distribution and consolidation to larger pws.
                                                     Slab around Well No. 2 drilled in 1946 is carcked and
                                                     area at well head is lower than surrounding area (citrus
IRRIGATION CO                                        Water storage capacity (125,000 gallons) does not meet
                                                     title 22, water works standards requirements or the
                 Well Replacement                    In the spring of 2010, well #2 owned by Fillmore
                                                     Irrigation Company (FIC) began to experience issues
                 Water Storage                       Need more water storage for system demand and fire
                                                     flow.
                  MD-73 water system quality         System wells are high in iron the secondary MCL is 300
                 and quanity enhancement             ppb system is currently at 2790 ppb. System is also
                 Enter Project Name                  Replace existing small size water main pipe that causes
                                                     low pressure with a lager size one.
E FARMS MUTUAL                                       WELL IS CURRENTLY UNDERPRODUCING.

E FARMS MUTUAL                                       SYSTEM HAS A 500,000 GALLON WATER TANK
                                                     THAT THE BOTTOM RUSTED THROUGH AND DOES
                 Potable Water Pipeline              There are two mobile home parks approximately 2.5
                                                     miles southwest of the termination point of the existing
                 storage tanks                       Our two storage tanks (sizes 29' x 24' H) need major
                                                     repairs. The metal covers are badly rusted and in need
                 Enter Project Name                  Insufficient source and storage capacity
              Golden Sands Mobile Home        The Water System is in need of an additional water
              Park                            source to meet the demands of the community, i.e. new
              SCADA Control System            Present system requires physical on-site monitoring.
                                              There is no method of providing emergency notification.
         Hidden Valley Safe Drinking          HVCA water systems were originally constructed in the
         Water and Regulatory                 1950s. Canal water from PG&E was diverted to a small
         Castlewood Storage Tank              The County of Alameda maintains the domestic water
         Replacement                          supply for the Castlewood County Service Area through
         NBRID Water Distribution             The District is currently pursuing an addition of a new
         System Improvements                  water storage tank and associated SCADA remote
         Christy Lane Pipe                    The Squaw Valley Mutual Water Company (SVMWC)
         Replacement                          was built in the late 1950s and early 1960s in order to
          Navajo and Apache Water             The Squaw Valley Mutual Water Company (SVMWC)
         Pressure Improvement                 was built in the late 1950s and early 1960s in order to
D MEADOWS MHP                                 SYSTEM OF SMALL PIPELINES RESULTS IN LOW
                                              PRESSURES.
                                              Need emergency power capabilities.

              Collector Wells Retrofit Project A vulnerability assessment of the Agency‘s water supply
                                               facilities was performed. Damage to water collection
              Water Transmission System        Sonoma County Water AgencyWater Transmission
              Air Valve Replacement Project System Air/Vacuum Relief Valve Replacement Project
              Treatment & Source               Inadequater source to meet MDD. Storage tanks in
              Improvements                     poor condition. More storage needed
              Transmission Main/Storage        Aged transmission main needs to be replacement.
              Tank                             Inadequate Storage
              Emergency Mobile SCADA           The Sonoma County Water Agency (SCWA) is a
                                               wholesale potable water provider to 700,000 people
ATER DISTRICT                                  50,000 gal storage tank is leaking badly and is located
                                               on fill material in landslide prone area.
              SCADA System Security            The Sonoma County Water Agency (SCWA) is a
              Enhancement                      wholesale potable water provider to 700,000 people
              Installation of New Service      Cloverdale Mutual Water Company has been in
              Lines, Meters, and Mainline      existence since 1919. Until about 10 years ago, there
              LBRID Water Tank                 The LBRID distribution system was installed in the mid
              Replacement and Distribution to late 1960's and consists of 28,000 feet of distribution
              Pineywood Well Tank              The Fulton Water company has limited storage for the
              Replacement                      entire water system. This project will increase our
              Water Transmission System        The Water Agency owns and maintains more than 90
              Seismic Hazard Mitigation        miles of pipeline in the vicinity of and crossing the
              Water Transmission Pipeline In the Water Agency‘s Seismic Vulnerability
              Hazard Mitigation - Russian      Assessment, lateral spread hazard in fine-grained
              Water pipeline, storage tanks, Capacity of current aqueduct between Petaluma and
              booster pumps - Cotati to        Cotati is exceeded during summer months. The ability
              Sandy Way Pipe Replacement The Squaw Valley Mutual Water Company (SVMWC)
                                               was built in the late 1950s and early 1960s in order to
Nudist Resort/Buff Creek                       Bacteriological problems with source

              Brock Mutual Water Company- Brock Mutual Water Company's well produces water
              Consolidation with Vaughn WC with nitrate above the MCL of 45 mg/L. The Water
              Water System Isolation Valves The Sonoma County Wataer Agency (SCWA) has
                                            prepared a Reliability Study, a Vulnerability Assessment,
                Storage for Starlite Pines  Our current water system has two wells and the Number
              Mutual Water Co, Inc.         1 well has been ouronly source until this Spring and we
              Updating Current Water        Starlite Pines Mutual Water Company provides
              distribution and Storage      domestic water service for approximately 160
              Water Supply Project          RPPUD has several water supply issues and lacks a
                                            reliable water supply. The designated primary water
              Infrastructure Replacement    We have small ( 1 1/2 " and 2" ) galvanized mains that
              Project                       are so corroded that water pressure drops to near zero
            Water Distribution System and Much of the River Pines PUD water sytems dates back
            Storage Improvements          to the origion of the town in 1930s. Most of the services
            Serenity Hills Tank           The 10,000 gallon storage tank is undersized for the
            Replacement (E.3.1.b)         system. The pumps that fill the tank must run numerous
            Smiley Park Hydrology Study   Smiley Park Country Club is a private community in the
                                          San Bernardino mountains near Running Springs. This
            Smiley Park Well              Smiley Park Country Club is a private community in the
                                          San Bernardino Mountains near Running Springs. This
            Backflow prevention           This water distribution system does not meet current
                                          waterworks standards. The system does not have any
            Distribution System           The distribution system is dilapidated and failing. The
            Infrastructure Rehabilitation system has many water leaks resulting in excessive
                                          System needs more water storage and standby
                                          generators.
            New Well - Hickman            The main issue is the City of Modesto is not capable of
                                          providing reliable pumping capacity during peak and
            New Tank & Pump Station -     Criteria has been determined by the City of Modesto for
            Hickman                       treated water storage and system peaking capacity
            Replacement of Well 6         The Julian Community Services District (JCSD) serves
                                          the town site of Julian, CA with a population of 578. In
            Add 100,000 Gallon Storage    Current water storage capacity of this system (120,000
            Tank                          gallons) does not meet the American Water Works
            Replace 3" Water Main on      Portions of Trout Gulch Mutual Water Company (TGW)
            Lower Trout Gulch Road with infrastructure date back to the 1930's. Almost all of the
            Replace 2" Main to Emergency The Trout Gulch Mutual Water Company (TGW) is
            Intertie                      supplied by two wells. Each must be removed from
co Regional Water System                  Prestressed concrete pipe has had major failures.

co Regional Water System                    Critical valves cannot be accessed in an emergency.

co Regional Water System                    Need emergency connections to Santa Clara Valley
                                            Water District.
co Regional Water System                    Valves are old and deteriorated at critical locations.

                                            BD pipeline trestle deteriorated from weather.

co Regional Water System                    Crystal Springs pipeline deteriorated beyond repair.

            Lawrence Livermore Water        Although the San Francisco Regional Water System has
            Quality Improvement             about 600 retail customers, it is a wholesale water
co Regional Water System                    Need valves to isolate UM system in an earthquake.

co Regional Water System                    Calaveras pipeline subject to creek fluids/bank failure.

Hts. Imp. Assoc                             Inadequate storage, undersized mainline, insufficient
                                            source capacity
co Regional Water System                    Downtown vulnerable to loss at UM system.

co Regional Water System                    Alameda siphans cross Calaveras fault.

co Regional Water System                    Need fourth SJ pipeline for emergencies.

            Sunol Valley WTP Expansion      Although the San Francisco Regional Water System has
            & Treated Water Reservoir       about 600 retail customers, it is a wholesale water
co Regional Water System                    Need standby power at several facilities.

co Regional Water System                    Need diesel generators at pump stations.

co Regional Water System                    San Joaquin pipelines lining failing.
co Regional Water System                    BD pipeline timber trestles need seismic upgrade.

co Regional Water System                    Calaveras pipeline subject to slope failures.

co Regional Water System                    Storage tanks need seismic rehabilitation.

co Regional Water System                    Need second Irvington tunnel for reliability.

co Regional Water System                    Plant needs expansion for reliability and redundancy.

O WATER WORKS DIST 18                       Lack adequate treatment and storage capcity.

           Install 22 Cross-connection      A recent cross-connection survey of the Spreckels
           devices - Spreckels WS           Water System has determined that 22 potential cross
           Water Main Replacement -         The Spreckels water system was installed in the early
           Spreckels WS                     1900's and many parts are more than 100 years old.
           Pipeline replacement             Remove and replace 2600 feet of substandard piping
                                            underneath a main road (Parmabel Street). Current
           LLMWC PHASE I                    Undersize and leaking water mains lead to numerous
           INFRASTRUCTURE                   repairs, and limited fire flow. Phase I proposes no less
                                            Need additional fire protection water and 3 days of daily
                                            consumption water
                                            Inadequate storage capacity

                                            No disinfection facilities

                                            Undersized transmission line resulting in excessive
                                            headloss
Water Company                               Inadequate storage for proper operation of distribution
                                            system.
           Cuesta La Honda Guild            Cuesta La Honda Guild is a home-owners association
           pipeline replacement             formed in the 1930s that currently comprises 285 single-
           McKinney Secondary Source        The Tahoe City Public Utility District is under directive
                                            from CDPH to provide a permanent secondary source.
EEK COMMUNITY SERVICE DISTRICT              Low pressure episodes in summer. No storage
                                            capacity.
                                            Old storage, distribution system and well

           Merced County Correctional       Arsenic levels in all three ground water wells that serve
           Complex Arsenic Treatment        the County's correctional facilities currently range from
           Hillsview Emergency              System lacks emergency power for its 2 wells and has
           Generator                        no storage for water during power outage.
                                            LACK OF SUFFICIENT WATER SOURCE CAPACITY
                                            AND AN INADEQUATE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM.
           12" Water Line - Irish Town      This is Phase 2 of a two-phase distribution and
           Road to State Highway 88         infrastructure project to bring increased water volumes
           12" Water Line - Tank to Irish   This is Phase 1 of a two-phase distribution infrastructure
           Town Road                        project to bring increased water volumes to existing,
           Well 3R Replacement Project      Well #3 was drilled in 1958 by the State of California as
                                            a source of water for the 1960 Winter Olympics. The
LES CO WW DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON              The existing 2-inch pipeline is aged, undersized, and
                                            cannot provide adequate flow for domestic use and fire
LES CO WW DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON              The District has three wells and one emergency
                                            interconnection with the City of Los Angeles Department
LES CO WW DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON              THE EXISTING 1-1/4" WATER MAIN CANNOT
                                            PROVIDE ADEQUATE SERVICE TO CUSTOMERS
LES CO WW DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON              THE CONNECTIONS TO THESE WATER TANKS ARE
                                            VERY RIGID AND SUSCEPTABLE TO RUPTURE
LES CO WW DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON              THE EXISTING BACKBONE PIPELINE SYSTEM THAT
                                            SERVES THE DISTRICT IS AGED AND UNDERSIZED
LES CO WW DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON                   The existing 11/2-inch pipeline is aged, undersized, and
                                                 cannot provide adequate flow for domestic use and fire
LES CO WW DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON                   THE EXISTING EMERGENCY INTERCONNECTION
                                                 WITH THE LADWP IS UNDERSIZED AND IN NEED
LES CO WW DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON                   The existing 2-inch pipeline is aged, undersized, and
                                                 cannot provide adequate flow for domestic use and fire
LES CO WW DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON                   THE PIPELINE THAT FEEDS WATER INTO DISTRICT
                                                 21'S WEST TANK HAS RUPTURED DUE TO A SLIDE.
                                                 The existing 0.15 MG and 0.30 MG water reservoirs are
                                                 very old with corroded tank walls which may affect water
LES CO WW DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON                   THE EXISTING PIPELINE IS AGED, UNDERSIZED
                                                 (2"), AND DOES NOT PROVIDE ADEQUATE FLOWS
LES CO WW DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON                   The existing 11/4-inch pipeline is aged, undersized, and
                                                 cannot provide adequate flow for domestic use and fire
LES CO WW DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON                   The existing pipeline that discharges from the District's
                                                 northerly well is aged, undersized, and in need of
LES CO WW DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON                   The existing 4-inch pipeline is aged, undersized, and
                                                 cannot provide adequate flow for domestic use and fire
LES CO WW DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON                   EXISTING 14" PIPELINE IS UNDERSIZED TO
                                                 PROVIDE ADEQUATE WATER SUPPLY
LES CO WW DIST 21-KAGEL CANYON                   THE EXISTING 2" WATER MAIN CANNOT PROVIDE
                                                 ADEQUATE SERVICE TO CUSTOMERS OR FIRE
            Refurbish Pressure Reducing          The District has three Pressure Reducing Valves
            Valves                               (PRVs) in the system. They are located between
                                                 WW standards defects. Aging distribution system
                                                 creates the potential for contamination caused by leaks
            Improve Storage and                  Quantity of water supply is inadequate during peak
            Distribution Facilities              demand periods.
            Spring Valley Water                  In 2006, the Lake County Special Districts
            Distribution System Upgrades         Administration investigated the Spring Valley Water
            Install Additional Filtration Unit   Our water treatment plant is equipped with four
            at Water Treatment Plant             microfiltration units which are capable of producing a
            Wharf and Brighton Road              Approximately 100 district customers are located in the
            Customer Service and Saddle          downtown area, along Wharf and Brighton Roads, at
            Horseshoe Hill Road Water            The existing water line serving the customers in this
            Main Replacement                     area was installed 100 years ago under what is now
            Arroyo Hondo Transmission            In 1982, the district's then-existing raw water
            Line Replacement                     transmission line from its source (the Arroyo Hondo
            Olema-Bolinas Road Water             The existing water main in this section of our distribution
            Main Replacement/Upgrade             system is a 4-inch diameter line, which provides
            Turlock Replacement Well             The main issue is the City of Modesto is unable to
                                                 provide reliable pumping capacity during peak and
             Planning/Technical Assistance       McCloud's company-owned mill town legacy includes
             for Phased Water Distribution       deeded inheritance of approximately 63,000 lineal feet
             Replacement of Upper Elk            The community of McCloud is blessed with pristine
             Spring Pipeline                     water but currently cursed with an antiquated water
             Replacement of Lower Elk            McCloud's Lower Elk Spring pipeline was installed
             Spring Pipeline                     sometime between 1927 and 1937 when the community
y CSA 20 - Soda Bay                              Need to perform capacity analysis and update master
                                                 plan to evaluate consolidation potential with other water
                                                 Needs to have adequate distribution system operational
                                                 facilities to comply with Water Works standards.
                                                 Distribution system needs adequate maintenance and
                                                 operation program to prevent Water Works standards
MNES CORRECTIONAL CENTER                         Single well source. Not reliable.

            Fitzhenry Creek #2 Pipeline          One of the District‘s critical facilities is an 8-inch potable
            Crossing                             water pipeline that crosses a small creek, sometimes
                                                 Refinance existing loan for 1997 projects
ntain Mutual Water Company                Clearwell is significantly undersized. Distr. system
                                          consists of small dia. steel lines and transite pipe in poor
             Calles & Patios Pipeline     The homes in the Calles and Patios area of Stinson
             Replacement Project          Beach are situated on the sand spit beach. The water
             Seadrift Pipeline Relocation Existing on-site wastewater systems in the Seadrift area
                                          of Stinson Beach do not meet the 10-foot minimum
             Ranch Raw Water Tank         The raw water storage facilities of the Stinson Beach
             Replacement Project          County Water District (District) include one (1) large
                                          Insufficient transmission facilities, pressure too high and
                                          too low in some areas
                                          No aux power on low zone wells, No earthquake valves
                                          on reservoirs, Insufficient mainline valves, Soft motor
                                          Mains in poor condition., inadequate not in compliance
                                          with WW Standards.
             low pressure                 Low pressure in upper elevations of water distribution
                                          system.
             Black Rock Raw Water Tanks The raw water storage facilities of the Stinson Beach
             Replacement Project          County Water District (District) include two (2) large
                                          Aging well pumps, storage facilities and distribution
                                          system. Additional supply needed for fire protection.
                                          Insufficient storage in upper zone

                                             Water storage tank upgrade, needs to correct aging
                                             system.
D - Country Club                             The existing bare steel watermains and appurtenances
                                             are old, undersized (mainly 2"+), deteriorated and
D - Country Club                             Insufficient water storage facilities, and current inability
                                             to remove existing tanks from service for required major
D - Country Club                             Insufficient water supply, since the system currently has
                                             one mahor water supply well with pump, providing
             Dunsmuir, City of               Occasional outages and no storage in upper pressure
                                             zone.
             Dunsmuir Water                  Replace aged distribution system (nearing end of useful
                                             life), some water mains are failing continually. Existing
          Forestville Water District         An existing 100,000 gallon redwood water storage tank
          Young Tank Replacement             has been in service for over 40 years. It has developed
          Forestville Water District Kay     Two existing small diameter private water mains provide
          Lane Water Main                    water service to District customers whose properties are
          Distribtution System               Eight miles of old, undersized pipe in poor condition.
          Replacement
          Ventura County Waterworks    Ventura County Waterworks District No. 17 (District)
          District No. 17 - Reservoir  provides domestic water and fire protection to the
          Ventura County Waterworks    Ventura County Waterworks District No. 17 (District)
          District No. 17 - Waterline  provides domestic water and fire protection to the
          Northwest (2156) Pressure    The District has a total of approximately 1,050 service
          Zone I-10 / Railroad Crossingconnections. Of these, nearly all are located in the three
          Ventura County Waterworks    The Ventura County Waterworks District No. 19
          District No. 19 - Pipelines  (District) provides water services to the community of
CWWD NO. 19 - SOMIS                    Needs additional storage capacity to meet Water Works
                                       standards.
          Ventura County Waterworks    Ventura County Waterworks District #19 (District) was
          District #19 - 860 Reservoir establised in 1981 when it assumed ownership of the
CWWD NO. 19 - SOMIS                    Distribution system needs upgrades to comply with the
                                       W.W.S.
          Camanche Low Pressure Zone The Camanche Water System will experience water
          Project                      pressures below 20 PSI at times when filling tanks
          Consolidate and Replace      Currently the total system tank storage capacity in Lake
          Leaking Redwood Tanks        Camanche is 677,000 gallons. There are six storage
          Abandon 2 inch galvanized    Upgrade extremely old 2 inch mains which were
          water line Highway 138,      installed in the 1940's. Replace them with 6-8inch
             Box Springs Mutual Water     The Box Springs Mutual Water Company (BSMWC)
             Company - Facility           serves the severely disadvantaged community of
             Box Sprigns Mutual Water     The Box Springs Mutual Water Company (BSMWC)
             Company - Distribution Systemserves the severely disadvantaged community of
             Box Springs Mutual Water     The Box Springs Mutual Water Company (BSMWC)
             Company - Nitrate Removal    serves the severely disadvantaged community of
             Replace Tanks                System has 2 old bolted steel tanks (250,000 gal ea.)
                                          that are 50 years old and failing.
         Copper Canyon Distribution       A pump station in the Copper Canyon area of the
         Upgrade                          District was upgraded in 2005, but has not solved the
         Conduct a feasibility study to    The community is totally reliant on a sole source aquifer
         investigate alternative imported for drinking water. This aquifer is being depleted by
         Enchanted Meadows Storage The existing 30,000 gallon surge tank with booster
         Tank Upgrade and Watermain pump is of questionable structural integrity and needs
         Rea Tank Replacement             This project replaces an old (1970) leaking redwood
         Project                          60,000-gallon storage tank with a new bolted steel
TATE WATER CO - MORONGO DEL SUR Old, undersized mainline

             lewis and gray streets upgrade Area has small water mains and no fire hydrants

             backup power for pump station current diesel backup power for pump is failing and a
                                           clean air problem, we have been told to discontinue use.
             hawk eldorado st transmission area is under served with hydrants at end of run being
             line                          fed by undersized pipe
             Timberwolf ave upgrade        replace leaking/problematic water main.

           Additional needed water           !. redundant source is needed.2. Peak demand nears or
           source                            exceeds supply3 Fire flow
act Co-Operative Water Co.                   Deteriorating and undersized pipes.

             wtp - emergency power           No emergency power at treatment plant.
             hookup
             Upsize 2" Mains                 There currently exists over 6,640 feet (1.25 miles) of
                                             circa 1950‘s 2‖ galvanized steel water main in the
             dedicated emergency             No emergency power at treatment plant.
             generator for Pt Reyes
             Pt Reyes Pump Station           The Pt Reyes Pump Station is the sole pump station
             Upgrades                        that provides water to 750 services in the distribution
             The Nevada City Drinking        To increase the capacity of the plant to produce
             Water Plant Upgrade             sufficient amount of water during the summer peak
                                             Nacimiento Lake allotment depleted by dwonstream
                                             rights. River drys gallery well inactive.
             0.42 MG Storage Tank            Heritage Ranch Community Services District (District)
             Replacement                     provides water service to a population of approximately
             Willow County Water District    The Willow County Water District existing 100,000
             Water Tank Replacement          gallon water storage tank built in 1950, no longer meets
             San Joaquin Well No. 6          California Water Works Standard Sec. 64554(c)
                                             requires that a community system be capable of
          Bunker Water Tank                  The Bunker Tank, originally constructed in the early
          Replacement                        1950‘s, is a major component of the Tahoe City (sub-
          Storage tank Replacement           The system storage consists of 3-500,000 gal, 1-
          project                            250,000, and 1-80,000 gallon ground storage tanks. All
LES CO WW DIST 37-ACTON                      SANTIGO RD. PIPELINE. A PROPOSED PUMP
                                             STATION AT SANTIGO RD. AND SOLEDAD CANYON
LES CO WW DIST 37-ACTON                      THE DISTRICT'S THREE WELLS PRESENTLY
                                             DISCHARGE INTO THE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM,
LES CO WW DIST 37-ACTON                      SYRACUSE AVE. PIPELINE. THERE IS PRESENTLY
                                             ONE PIPELINE THAT CONVEYS THE DISTRICT'S
LES CO WW DIST 37-ACTON                      CROWN VALLEY P.S. SEVERAL HOMES IN THIS
                                             AREA HAVE LOW WATER PRESSURES AS THEY
LES CO WW DIST 37-ACTON                      CROWN VALLEY RD. PIPELINE. THE EXISTING
                                             PIPELINE THAT CONVEYS WATER FROM THE
LES CO WW DIST 37-ACTON                      SANTIAGO RD. PUMP STATION. PRESENTLY, THE
                                             DISTRICT RELIES ON ONLY ONE PUMP STATION
 er Company - Felton                         Water outages due to lack of pressure because of
                                             undersized main.
               Kirby Treatment Plant Kirby   Installation of a 40kw solar system at the water system's
               Treatment Plant SolarKi       surface water treatment plant to provide for sustainable
               Well Replacement-Felton       The water system's source water is approximately 95%
               Acres                         surface water. During period of drought which reduce
               Felton System SCADA           The Felton Water system does not have a
                                             comprehnsive Supervisor Control and Data Acquistion
               Pre-App for Main Extensions In April 2008 Meadowbrook Water was granted a greatly
                                             increased service area. The purpose of the request for
                                             Add seismic actuated valves to increase system
                                             reliability. Please see attached.
               New Construction Well #7      We have two wells in our system that have become
                                             unusable. These two wells are over 30 years old. If we
LES CO WW DIST 36-VAL VERDE                  NO WELLS. THIS DISTRICT HAS ONLY ONE
                                             SOURCE OF WATER, THE CASTAIC WATER
LES CO WW DIST 36-VAL VERDE                  INTERMEDIATE ZONE DISTRIBUTION TANK
                                             NEEDED. THE EXISTING SYSTEM HAS TWO
LES CO WW DIST 36-VAL VERDE                  CUYAMA TANK. THE EXISTING 500,000 GALLON
                                             CUYAMA TANK IS OVER 20 YEARS OLD WITH
LES CO WW DIST 36-VAL VERDE                  SEISMICALLY UNSOUND TANK CONNECTIONS. IN
                                             THE EVENT OF A SEVERE EARTHQUAKE, THE
WATER DEPARTMENT                             Needs additional water storage facilities to comply with
                                             Water Works standards.
               Air Relief Valves for         This project will place air relief valves throughout the
               Distribution System           distribution system to ensure water quality protection
               Water Distribution System     The District has acquired the water system ownership in
               Rehabilitation and            2003 from a private water company. The customers
               New Alamo Booster Pump        Montara Water and Sanitary District owns and operates
               Station                       an existing Alamo Pressure Regulating Valve Station
               Emergency Connection with     This project will provide facilities for a quick connection
               Coastside County Water        between Montara Water and Sanitary District (MWSD)
               South Airport Well            This project will rehabilitate existing South Airport Well
               Rehabilitation                to restore its rated production capacity and improve
               New Valve and Pipe            South Airport Well needs a new out to waste valve and
               Installation at South Airport waste pipe to avoid contaminating the system with dirty
HEIGHTS WATER CO.                            Four wells produce water with nitrates and VOC's.
                                             Three out of four wells have exceeded the MCL for
                                             The water system is separately by Freeway 99 and the
                                             three water lines that connect the two sides of the water
ehabilitation Center - Norco                 Well #1 contains Benzene at a level above the MCL.
                                             The well was taken out of service in early 1989. In 3/97
               Domestic Water tank #3        The University intends to construct a new 350,000
                                             gallon welded steel tank for potable water storage
               Drinking water raw water line Main drinking water raw water line is old frail transite
               replacement                   piping. The piping fails frequently and requires repairs to
               Well 3 and 4 Rehabilitation   The life cycle of Wells No. 3 and No. 4 are approaching
                                             the end of their useful life. These are the only two
                                             Degradation of ground water quality due to intrusion of
                                             plume of high TDS water into ground water basin (see
               Domestic Pumphouse            The problem is the backup power for the booster pump
               Emergency Supply              that pressurizes the residential water supply is provided
               Domestic water Chlorination   The Unviersity relies on a self- operated, owned and
               System                        maintained well water system for the campus. The
               Drought Augmentation Supply - In a 1977 drought, 1:200 year event, the District's
               New Well: South Ranch site    primary water source, the Cosumnes River, is
           Drought Augmentaion Supply - In a 1977 drought, 1:200 year event, the District's
           New Well: Airport site         primary water source, the Cosumnes RIver is essentially
           Drought Augmentation Supply - In a 1977 drought, 1:200 year event, the District's
           New Well: West Ranch site      primary water source, the Cosumnes River, is
           Distribution lines             Two, 4inch distribution lines inadequate for providing fire
                                          flows & pressure
                                          Ww standard defects. Additional capacity to treat
                                          surface water for East Orange County Water District
           Replace old water mains        Aging leaking water distribution lines within older
                                          portions of town requiring high maintenance costs &
           CASTAIC FOREBAY TANK               Newhall County Water District constructed the
           AND PUMP REPLACEMENT Castaic Forebay Tank in 1966. This welded steel tank
           Westside Water Storage Tank The Westside area of the Templeton Community
           and Pressure Zone              Services District (District) has low water service
           Water Mainlines Rehabilitation Water mainlines are full of tuberculation caused by
           2008                           minerals, and need a rehabilitation of approximately
           Valley View/Hwy. 18 Water      The Running Springs Water District has undertaken a
           Main Replacement Project       program to eliminate a series of substandard sized back-
           Copper Cove C Tank and Main The Copper Cove water system consists of three main
                                          pressure zones. The C pressure zone storage tank is
           Sativa new well project # 4B   Sativa Los Angeles County Water District is a very small
                                          water system with approximately 6,880 customers with
           EFBPZ Willow St Pump           The East Fort Bragg Pressure Zone (EFBPZ) pump
           Station Rehab                  station was constructed in 1985 to boost pressure within
           Water Service Lateral          The problem is that there are approximately 2200 water
           Replacement                    service laterals that are 35-40 years old and have
           Raven Hill Water Storage       This project is intended to address and resolve pressure
           Tank                           and storage concerns within Zone 9 of the Hidden
           Well Protection, Chlorination  This project is to add well protection, chlorination
           and Emergency Power            facilities and emergency power.
           Connection to NID              Lack of adequate well water/reliance on NID Ditch water
                                          for housefold use
           Municipal Well No. 11          The City of Escalon currently operates four (4) active
                                          municipal wells in the City's water system. Currently, in
E VALLEY CWD                              WW standards defect. Reliability. Numerous leaks on
                                          12" steel (circa 1951) transmission/distribution line on
                                          Inadequate storage capacity.

            Cypress Water Storage Tank       Cotati previously had a 100,000 gallon storage tank at
            Replacement Project              the proposed tank location. However, this was taken
merican Larkfield (PUC)                      Inadequate storage capacity.

merican Larkfield (PUC)                      South end of distribution system requires an additional
                                             looped feed.
River Water Company                          The water company's two existing water storage tanks
                                             need to be upgraded to minimize potential damage to
River Water Company                          Insufficient treated water storage facilities. The water
                                             Company has two water storage facilities. The water
River Water Company                          Poor water quality and low water pressure due to dead
                                             end water lines.
River Water Company                          Lack of reliable water supply.

             Still Meadows Pressure          Computer flow modeling of the Santa Ynez River Water
             Improvement Project             Conservation District, Improvement District No.1 (ID1)
             2" GIP Replacement Project      In various locations throughout the District's water
                                             distribution system, undersized (substandard) 2"
             2" PVC Replacement Project      In various locations throughout the District's water
                                             distribution system, undersized (substandard) 2" PVC
             Still Meadows 4" Lateral        A 4" lateral to the 8" distribution main on Still Meadows
             Replacement Project             Road, installed in the mid-70's, is constructed of
River Water Cons. Dist. ID#1               Inadequate storage to comply with Water Works
                                           standards.
         Replacement Well, Well            Well #2 needs replaced. The casing has deteriorated
         House and SCADA System            with many cracks and holes and is producing sand
E COMMUNITY SERVICE DISTRICT               Master Plan does not provide for reliable water system
                                           operation
         LOCSD and GSWC Inter-tie          The Los Osos Community is currently served by three
         Project                           water purveyors, Los Osos Community Services District
         GSWC-Wrightwood System -          The existing Reservoir (called the Lone Pine Reservoir)
         Linnet Tank                       is too small to meet the current water demand. The
TATE WATER CO - WRIGHTWOOD                 Old, undersized mainline

TATE WATER CO - WRIGHTWOOD             210k Gal Lone Pine Reservoir corroded and structurally
                                       unsound
         Distribution main replacement Replace low flow mains, replace all 4 inch main with 6-8
                                       inch.
LES CWWD 40, R24, 27,33-PEARBLSM       OLD, UNDERSIZED WATER MAIN

         Nitrate Treatment in Well 27-5 Nitrate is an inorganic compound that often appears in
                                        the environment, both naturally and unnaturally. Most
                                        Waterworks problems - pipelines too small in diameter
                                        to adequately supply water throughout the distribution
UNTY SERVICE AREA 70J                   Need a Water Master Plan

h County Water Dist                     Water outages due to deteriorating pipes and low
                                        storage tanks.
          2008 Water Main               Seven problems in the City‘s water distribution will be
          Replacement Project           addressed by this project.First, approximately 100
DRE-CITY, WATER DEPT.                   Reliability of local sources limited. Additional sources of
                                        supply needed.
          Water System Rehabilitation   The quality and reliability of drinking water supplies for
                                        the City of Sierra Madre is at risk due to the
          Napa Road Water Line          The City‘s existing water line alignment follows southerly
          Extension Project             on Broadway and extends to the intersection with Napa
          Fano Lane Area & Bettencourt The identified water service lines are currently leaking
          Water Improvements Project due to the type and age of the service lines. In addition,
          Citywide Water Services       The identified water service lines are currently leaking
          Replacement Project           due to the type and age of the service lines. In addition,
          Booster pump station          Three Scotts Valley Water District (SVWD) booster
          improvement                   pump stations -- Sandhill, Bethany, and El Pueblo -- are
          Automated water meter         Scotts Valley Water District (SVWD) relies on a sole
          conversion                    source aquifer for its drinking water supply. Over the
          Water Main Replacement        Hillsborough provides service to 4,200 service
                                        connections via 97 miles of water main lines. A 2004
          SCADA System Upgrade          The Town of Hillsborough provides drinking water to
                                        approximately 4,200 residents and businesses. The
          New Vista Water Tank          The Town of Hillsborough is a residential community
                                        located in San Mateo County, California. It lies west of
          Replace Water Mains, Tanks Delapitated and aged watermains, water tanks and
          and Booster Stations          booster stations.
          City of Healdsburg Fitch Well The Fitch Well Field consists of four public supply wells
          Field Rehabilitation          adjacent to the Russian River. The well motors are
          City of Healdsburg Gauntlett  The Gauntlett Reservoir was constructed in 1957 and is
          Reservoir Rehabilitation      a 720,000 gallon gunite lined, below grade reservoir that
          City of Healdsburg College    College Avenue is currently served by a 4‖ cast iron
          Avenue Water Main             water main that was installed in 1936. This main serves
          City of Healdsburg Water Main Terrace Avenue is currently served by 2‖ and 4‖ cast
          Replacement Terrace Avenue iron water mains that were installed in phases starting in
          City of Healdsburg Cadoul     The Cadoul Reservoir is a 60,000 gallon poured in place
          Reservoir Rehabilitation II   concrete reservoir, partially below grade, that provides
         City of Healdsburg Gauntlett     The Gauntlett Well Field consists of four public supply
         Well Field Rehabilitation        wells adjacent to the Russian River. The well motors
         City of Healdsburg Brown         Brown Avenue is currently served by a 2‖ and 4‖ cast
         Avenue Water Main                iron water main that was installed in phase beginning in
         Nortech Parkway East Loop        Service area is split into two geographical portions,
         Main                             connected only by two distribution mains. During a
         3.8 Million Gal Water Tank and   The 3.8 million gallon water tank is needed to provide
         Booster Pump Station             addition storage and fire protection for the City. The tank
UNTY SERVICE AREA 64                      Master plan does not provide for reliable water system
                                          operation
         Spring Valley Lake CSA 64        CSA 64 (District) provides water for domestic service
         Water System Improvement         and fire protection to approximately 3,782 equivalent
UNTY SERVICE AREA 64                      Inadequate storage capacity

          Newhall Reservior 4A            Newhall County Water District (Newhall Division)
          Replacement                     Reservoir 4A was built in 1975. This 1.5MG tank is
          Newhall Booster No. 4           Newhall County Water District Booster Pump Station
          Replacement                     No. 4 was built in 1966 and consists of three centrifugal
          Newhall Reservoir 1             Newhall County Water District (Newhall Division)
          Replacement                     Reservoir 1 was built in 1962. This .75MG tank is
          2850 Zone Tanks (Lake Los       District No. 40 Region No. 38 has three pressure zones.
          Angeles)                        The 2850 pressure zone supplies drinking water to
LES CO WW DIST 40 Reg 38 Lake LA          REGION 38 WELLS MAY NOT BE ABLE TO PROVIDE
                                          ADEQUATE WATER SUPPLY DURING HIGH
                                          In 1996, the Distirct acuired 3 water wells for the
                                          purpose of providing an alternate source of potable
           Wild Rose Reservoir II         The District is needs to expand its storage capacity for
                                          emergency and fire flow.
           Dalton Tunnel Storage          Dependency on South Coast Conduit during high flows.
           Tank/Treatment Plant
           San Jacinto Elevated Storage   The City of San Jacinto's water system currently has two
           Tank & Supply Pipeline         significant deficiencies. First, it does not have adequate
           Prosser Dam Road Pipeline      The proposed project entails the extension of a
           Extension                      municipal water pipeline into an area currently served by
           Hunters WTP Surge Tank         CCWD owns and operates the Hunters Water
                                          Treatment Plant located near the community of Avery in
           City of Ripon WBA Exchange     Rising concentrations of nitrate in the City of Ripon‘s
           Nitrate Treatment Pilot        groundwater supply have forced the City to take critical
           Ripon Surface Water Supply     The City of Ripon, located in the Central Valley of
           Project                        California, serves water to 15,000 residents. The
           American Canyon Potable        The main problem this project is attempting to address
           Water Storage Reservoirs       is a potable water storage deficiency to meet current
                                          Deficient residual pressure and need emergency water
                                          supply.
           American Canyon Watermain      The City of American Canyon provides potable water
           Replacement Project            service to approximately 6,000 active accounts utilizing
                                          Inadequate storage volume.

           Infrustructure Upgrades       Most main lines in our service are are 50+ years old.
                                         Some areas do not have adequate fire flow as required
           Fair Oaks Avenue - Halcyon    The City of Arroyo Grande is requesting partial funding
           Road Waterline Replacement to replace and upgrade an existing 1929 8‖ cast iron
           Sunnyslope/Hollister SCADA Sunnyslope County Water District, the City of Hollister,
           Water Distribution Water      and LESSALT have several shared interties between
           Ridgemark Tank Seismic        The existing two Ridgemark potable water tanks have a
           Upgrade, Paint Recoating, and capacity of 0.5 and 1.0 million gallons of storage. Both
           Conifer Zone Outage           Oak Park Water Service‘s (Oak Park) 1-million gallon
           Avoidance Project             Conifer Zone Tank threatens a long-term water system
           New Storage tank              1.0 MG storage tank built in 1996 is on unstable soil that
                                         precule seismic upgrade. System deficient in storage
             Critical Valves and Intertie  CVWD Distribution system has nearly 90 miles of
             Project                       pipeline serving 4000 individual meters over 10 square
             Gobernador Well Project       Water Quality: The Carpinteria Valley Water District
                                           relies on surface water sources and groundwater
            High School Well               The Carpinteria Valley Water District relies on surface
                                           water sources and groundwater sources to supply its
            Lyons Well Rehabilitation      Water Quality: The Carpinteria Valley Water District
            Project                        relies on surface water sources and groundwater
            West Side Well Project         Water Quality: The Carpinteria Valley Water District
                                           relies on surface water sources and groundwater
            Whittier/Manzanita Avenue      The existing distribution system consists of 2-inch
            distribution System Project    galvanized steel water mains and undersized 2-inch fire
            Lyon Tank Solar System         Installation of a 40kw solar electrical system at the water
                                           system's Lyon storage reservior to provide sustainable
            El Solyo Avenue Distribution   the Existing distribution system consists of 2-inch
            System                         galvanized steel water mains and undersized 2-inch fire
            Harbor Hills Elevated Storage The Harbor Hills tank provides pressure and surge
            Tank                           regulation for Zone 3 of the City's water system. The
 WD - Capistrano Beach                     Water storage capacity is inadequate to handle the
                                           anticipated storage needs for District as well as to
            booster station upgrade        Booster stations need to be upgraded to be able to
                                           supply additional water throughout the distribution
            distribution system upgrade    Distribution system is not large enough to adequately
                                           supply water throughout the system to meet peak
            new master plan                Master plan does not provide for reliable water system
                                           operation
            R.E. Badger Water Filtration   • The R.E. Badger Water Filtration Plant (REB) is one of
            Plant Chemical Tanks and       the few facilities treating a local water source (Lake
            Lago Lindo Water Main          • Due to the cross-country nature and age of the existing
            Replacement                    water main, the easement is not accessible in multiple
            Groundwater Blending           The City of Patterson is 100% dependent upon local
            Program                        groundwater for its municipal and industrial water
            Increased Security for Well #5 Security Project

                                             Need to improve storage reliability and recoat storage
                                             tanks.
                                             Undersized pipes and deteriorating distribution system
                                             causing breaks and service disruptions.
                                             Need capability to transport water to separate zone in
                                             event of service disruption.
- CITY, WATER DEPT.                          Fire flow, peak hour, and emergency use demands are
                                             not currently being met due to under-capacity storage
- CITY, WATER DEPT.                          Lakeland Well No. 3 shut down due to water
                                             contamination and structural problems.
             seismic retrofit                Seismic retrofits of well facilities.

             replace Cienega Hills storage   Concrete storage reservoir in Cienega Hills needs to be
             reservoir                       replaced.
             pipeline replacement            City has 50-year old pipeline that needs to be replaced.
                                             Pipelines are located on unstable hillsides, not properly
             Water Main Replacement          The District‘s existing steel water mains located in the
                                             Boyes Hot Springs area were installed in the late 1950s
          Trinity Oaks Glen Ellen            The Trinity Oaks area near Glen Ellen is isolated from
          Interconnection                    the rest of the Valley of the Moon Water District‘s
UTH ARCADIA                                  700' OF WATER MAINS LESS THAN 4" IN DIAMETER.
                                             THESE MAINS DO NOT COMPLY WITH TITLE 22,
             Backup Power                    Lack of adequate backup power facilities at the well
                                             sites.
             Elevated Water Storage          The City of Reedley's water system currently has
             Towers                          storage capacity for 100,000 gallons to serve a
Wilson Reservoir Replacement The 1.0mg Wilson Reservoir was purchased in 1920 by
                               the City of South Pasadena. The reservoir is
Water System SCADA             The Town of Windsor, California is a community of
Improvements Project           approximately 26,000 situated in Northern California,
Avocado and Hanalei Drive      This project will replace approximately 5,300 feet of 6 &
Water Main Replacements        10-inch aging steel water mains built in 1949. These
Enter Project Name             Public health and safety concerns associated with age
                               and deterioration of the low head Vista Flume (potable
VISTA FLUME                    The Escondido-Vista Water Filtration Plant (EVWFP)
REPLACEMENT PROJECT            supplied 55 percent of VID‘s potable water over the last
                               The City does not have an adequate source of supply to
                               meet peak water demand. (see DHS compliance order
                               The City's water system has a peak consumption
                               demand of 13 MGD and only 9.5 MG of reservoir
                               The City does not have sufficient source capacity from
                               its existing wells to adequately, dependably, and sagely
Improving Water Quality in the The Los Angeles County Waterworks District No. 29
Malibu Knolls Tanks            receives its water supply from West Basin Municipal
Carbon Mesa Water tank         CARBON MESA WATER TANK. THE EXISTING 0.1
                               MG TANK IS AGED AND OF INSUFFICIENT SIZE TO
Improving Water Quality in the The Los Angeles County Waterworks District No. 29
Point Dume Tank                receives its water supply from West Basin Municipal
Pepperdine Bypass Water        Metropolitan Water District of Southern California
Circulation Project            (MWD) provides the single source of water that supplies
Improving Water Quality in the The Los Angeles County Waterworks District No. 29
Saddle Peak Tank               receives its water supply from West Basin Municipal
Improving Water Quality in the The Los Angeles County Waterworks District No. 29
Trancas Tank                   receives its water supply from West Basin Municipal
Improving Water Quality in the The Los Angeles County Waterworks District No. 29
Santa Maria Tank               receives its water supply from West Basin Municipal
Improving Water Quality in the The Los Angeles County Waterworks District No. 29
Hume Tank                      receives its water supply from West Basin Municipal
Replacement and Retrofit of    There is an active landslide at 19560 Pacific Coast
Four Feeder Valves             Highway (PCH). This landslide is referred to as the Big
Improving Water Quality in the The Los Angeles County Waterworks District No. 29
Pepperdine 812 Tank            receives its water supply from West Basin Municipal
Improving Water Quality in the The Los Angeles County Waterworks District No. 29
Pepperdine 907 Tank            receives its water supply from West Basin Municipal
Improving Water Quality in the The Los Angeles County Waterworks District No. 29
Nicholas Beach Tanks           receives its water supply from West Basin Municipal
Improving Water Quality in the The Los Angeles County Waterworks District No. 29
Horizon Tank                   receives its water supply from West Basin Municipal
Improving Water Quality in the The Los Angeles County Waterworks District No. 29
Topanga Beach Tanks            receives its water supply from West Basin Municipal
Water Security Improvement      Security Project
Project
Sepulveda Feeder               Metropolitan Water District of Southern California
Interconnection Project        (MWD) provides the single source of water that supplies
Improving Water Quality in the The Los Angeles County Waterworks District No. 29
Upper Encinal Tank             receives its water supply from West Basin Municipal
Improving Water Quality in the The Los Angeles County Waterworks District No. 29
Old Topanga Tanks              receives its water supply from West Basin Municipal
Emergency Power                EMERGENCY GENERATOR. DURING POWER
                               OUTAGES, THE MAJORITY OF THE DISTRICT WILL
Marina del Rey Waterline       The existing water main that serves the Marina del Rey
Replacement - Phase III        customers is aged and undersized. It currently does not
Concrete tank replacement      The existing concrete tank does not meet current
                               domestic and fire protection standard.
Improving Water Quality in the The Los Angeles County Waterworks District No. 29
Topanga Summit Tanks           receives its water supply from West Basin Municipal
             Improving Water Quality in the The Los Angeles County Waterworks District No. 29
             Latigo Tanks                   receives its water supply from West Basin Municipal
                                            Undersized pipes and deteriorated water mains causing
                                            breaks, low pressure, and low flow rates.
                                            Need emergency water supply.

                                             Sections of distribution system is deteriorated.

 Water System                                Distribution system has old, inadequate size and poor
                                             condition mains which do not comply with W.W.S.
             Replacement of Leaking Water    Currently, a portion of the City's water distribution
             Mains                           system contains old,unlined, cast-iron water mains that
             Backup Power Generators for     Backup power generators are required to ensure
             North Bay PS & Bernina WTP      reliability of the DIstrict's water system during power
             SJSU South Campus Well          The San Jose State University (SJSU) Public Water
             Renovation                      System (PWS) serves a population of less than 10,000
             SJSU Campus Hydrants and        The San Jose State University (SJSU) Public Water
             Water System Improvements       System (PWS) serves a population of between 10,001
             New Construction - Well Plant   Well plant currently is located in a temporary facility.
             for New Well
             SJSU Water Distribution        The San Jose State University (SJSU) Public Water
             System Improvements Phase System (PWS) serves a population of between 10,001
LLS VALLEY W.D.                             LIMITED TRANSMISSION CAPACITY ON EAST SIDE
                                            RESULTING IN LOW PRESSURES. ADDITIONAL
             New Construction - 400,000     The development in the Belle Vista area has met or
             gallon tank reservoir          exceeded District's preferred water storage capacity for
             Seismic upgrades to 19 water A condition and seismic evaluation of the District's
             storage tanks                  existing water storage tanks was conducted as part of
             Main Line Replacement          The District regularly schedules to replace sections of
                                            main line that are more than 30 years old or otherwise is
                                            UNDERSIZED PIPES (<4") THAT DO NOT COMPLY
                                            WITH WATERWORKS STANDARDS
                                            OLD CAST IRON PIPES WITH BIO-GROWTH AND
                                            POTENTIAL NITRIFICATION PROBLEM.
                                            UNDERSIZED PIPES (<4") THAT DO NOT COMPLY
                                            WITH WATERWORKS STANDARDS
                                            Inadequate pressure to meet Waterworks Standards.
                                            As water demand increases, pressure drops below the
             Monterey Regional Treated      Coastal Northern Monterey County has long faced water
             Water Conveyance Pipeline      supply challenges; the problems of seawater intrusion
             ORD Reservoir #2 Relining      The conversion of the Fort Ord from military use to
             Project                        domestic use included transferring ownership to the
             Monterey Regional Surface      Coastal Northern Monterey County has long faced water
             Water Treatment Plant          supply challenges; the problems of seawater intrusion
             Monterey Regional              Coastal Northern Monterey County has long faced water
             Desalination Facility          supply challenges; the problems of seawater intrusion
cipal Improvement District                  Need an alternate supply main since system supplied by
                                            one main.
e Water Company - Orcutt                    Distribution system has old and inadequate size mains
                                            which do not comply with Water Works standards.
             GSCW-Orcutt System-            There are two wells at the Woodmere Plant that are
             Woodmere Plant - Backup        major producers for the Orcutt System. Currently, the
             GWRP Expansion & Regional The Ground Water Recovery Plant Expansion and
             Domestic Distribution Facility Regional Domestic Distribution Facility project proposes
Juan Capistrano                             Current reservoir capacity to zone is inadequate causing
                                            pressure fluctuation. Reservoir is in need of major
Juan Capistrano                             Loss of capacity due to reduced yield and bio fouling in
                                            Rosenbaum Well No 2.
                                            6100' OF WATER MAINS LESS THAN 4" IN
                                            DIAMETER. THESE MAINS DO NOT COMPLY WITH
          Ventura County Waterworks          The homes in the vicinity of Roseland Avenue within
          District No. 1 - Roseland          Ventura County Waterworks District No. 1 (outside
          Ventura County Waterworks          Ventura County Waterworks District No. 1 (District)
          District No. 1 - Home Acres        water system is deteriorating because of aging and
          Ventura County Waterworks          Ventura County Waterworks Distric No. 1 (District)
          District No. 1 - Home Acres        provides water service to the Home Acres Community.
          Ventura County Waterworks          When the Walnut Acres Tract in Ventura County
          District No. 1 - Walnut Acres      Waterworks District No. 1 was developed, the standards
          Ventura County Waterworks          Ventura County Waterworks District No. 1 (District) well
          District No. 1 - Well 96           96 was drilled and constructed in 1977. The well pump
          Ventura County Waterworks          Well 20 within Ventura County Waterworks Distric No. 1
          District No. 1 Wellhead            (District) was constructed by private developer Toll
          Ventura County Waterworks          Ventura County Waterworks District No. 1 (District)
          District No. 1 - Stockton          Stockton Reservoir is a bolted steel reservoir. It is
          Ventura County Waterworks          Poly service water lines became popular in the middle of
          District #1 - Water Services       our last century. They were used mostly for service lines
          Harborview Reservoir               This project is intended to solve a water system
          Replacement                        deficiency in treated water storage capacity. California
          Raw Water Pipeline                 The City of Martinez source water pipeline has reached
          Replacement                        it's expected usefull life. This is a single entry point to
A VALLEY CWD                                 The water systems has 10 old cable tool drilled wells
                                             and one (1) mud rotary drilled well. All of the wells were
           Replace existing 21inch           6,000 ft of 21in transmission main is constructed above
           transmission main                 the San Andreas Fault. Severe damage is expected
           Christen Hill Tank                Christen Hill Tank is seismically unstable.
           Replacement
County Water Dist                            Need alternate water supply in case of emergency.

County Water Dist                            Need alternate water supply line for a service area in
                                             case of an emergency.
           Distribution System Piping -      8000 ft of distribution piping is seismically unstable and
           Seismic Upgrade                   is connected to the Christen Hill Tank that serves a
County Water Dist                            Wooden tank has leakage abd a roof in poor condition.

            SDWD Water Valve                SDWD Water Valve Replacement project replaces
            Replacements for Distribution   approximately 60 water isolation valves in the
            SDWD Instrumentation,           SDWD Instrumentation, Telemetry, Centralized Control
            Telemetry, Centralized Control  System and SecurityProject No. CWW98BThis project
            SDWD Cathodic Protection for    This project involves installation of cathodic anodes to
            Transmission Mains, Project     replace existing anodes that have deteriorated and no
            First Street Water Main         The existing water main on First Street between
            Replacement                     Monterey Street and Santa Teresa Boulevard was
            Water Main Replacement          The City of Monrovia Utilities Division continually strives
                                            to improve water service, maintain water quality and
            Emergency water system          The City of Monrovia is a community in and near the
            connections                     foothills of Los Angeles County. The City system has
            Install Additional Booster #1-6 The City of Monrovia Water system is, during high
                                            demands, falling short of the amount of water we are
            Replace Electrical Control      The existing electricial panel that is 50+/- years old is in
            Panel at Ridgeside Reservoir poor condition and may fail at any time. The unit does
            Bargar Water Treatment Plant Existing facility fails to meet enhanced coagulation rule
                                            and is therefore inoperable. Its unavailability resulted in
            30 inch Pipeline Repair         Ramona Municipal Water District (RMWD) operates a
                                            30-inch transmission main which delivers water from the
            New Regulators on Four          The City of San Bruno has two sources of water that is
            SFPUC Service Connections delivered to the ratepayers. The two sources are: 1) the
            Rehabilitation of Water Pump Located in the northwest corner of the city at the corner
            Station No. 4                   of College Drive and Skyline Boulevard (CA-35), Pump
            Mastick Avenue Water Main       The water main pipelines along Mastick Avenue are
            Replacement Project             approximately 80 years old and account for more breaks
                                       Located near the uppermost elevation on the western
              Sweeny Ridge Water Pipeline
              Rehabilitation           edge of city limits, the Sweeny Ride Water Pipeline
              Rohnert Park Water Main  The City initiated the Water Main Improvement Project
              Improvement Project      to increase the reliability and capacity of the water
                                       If constructed, the Rohnert Park Eastside Potable Water
              Rohnert Park Eastside Potable
              Water Tank               Tank project will be the only gravity-flow tank in the
                                       Due to current and future anticipated growth, booster
              Simi Valley - Katherine Booster
              Upgrades                 capacity at the Katherine plant is inadequate to meet
              Simi Valley - Seismic    Earth movement in this seismically active area can
              Upgrades                 cause rupturing of pipes running into and out of
                                       The Simi System is supplied by a combination of
              GSWC-Simi Valley - Pineview,
              Alamo, & Tapo - Tide Flexgroundwater wells (chlorinated) and purchased water
                                       The steel tanks have inadequate mixing of water in the
              Mechanical mixing with green
              technology               reservoir that causes stagnation, thermal stratification
              Octogenarian water line  The water lines were installed in 1924 and have
              replacement project      exceeded their usable life. In fact, one third of the City's
              Green potable water      The Coldwater Reservoir has a volume of 8 million
              circulatory system       gallons and needs to maintain that volume to achieve
                                       The California state law requires all Cities to provide
              Rehabilitation of fluoride
              treatment facility       fluoridated water to their customers. The purpose of
                                       In 2006 the Hugo Reid Well (Well), a major water supply
              Hugo Reid Blending Pipeline
                                       well for the City of Arcadia went out of service due to
          Colorado Transmission Main - Substandard water system network in the area is
          Chapman to Baldwin           causing low water pressures which limits flow availability
O WATER DEPT                           Inadequate storage capacity causes Water Works
                                       standards violation.
          Reservoirs 3-1, 3-2, & 3-3   The interior and exterior shells of reservoirs 3-1, 3-2,
          Interior and Exterior        and 3-3 are in need of rehabilitation. The work will
          Elevated Tank Interior       The Elevated Tank has extensive corrosion on the
          Rehabilitation               interior roof, bowl, drywell, riser, safety railings, and vent
          10 Million Gallon Reservoir  The City of Vernon (City) had Harper & Associates
          Rehabilitation               Engineering, Inc. performed a detailed a dive inspection
N WATER SYSTEMS-LA MIRADA              PHASE 1 OF 2: RESERVOIR 408 HAS AN OLD
                                       CORRUGATED METAL ROOF THAT HAS
           Palm Ave. and               The existing water mains on Palm Ave. and
          Southwind/Park Street water  Southwind/Park Street were built in 1928 and 1968
                                       Roof leaks on reservoirs

             SqCWD - Barrett Way Main           The District strives to optimize and upgrade deficient
             Replacement Project                infrastructure as part of our ongoing watermain
ek Water District                               Distribution pipe replacement at Monroe Ave.

             SqCWD - Vienna Woods Area The District strives to optimize and upgrade deficient
             Main Replacements Project infrastructure as part of our ongoing watermain
ek Water District                      Distribution pipe replacement at Rio Del Mar.

             SqCWD - Cathedral Drive            The District strives to optimize and upgrade deficient
             Area Main Replacements             infrastructure as part of our ongoing watermain
ek Water District                               Transmission main replacement at Soquel Center and
                                                Bridge.
ek Water District                               Transmission main replacement at Huntington and
                                                Wallace.
ek Water District                               Additional storage tank needed to meet high demands
                                                and prevent water quality problems.
ek Water District                               Distribution pipe replacement at Humes and Los Altos.

              GROUNDWATER FOR                   The City of Thousand Oaks imports 100 percent of its
              POTABLE USE                       more than 25 million gallons per day (MGD) water
              Pump Station Improvements         Lack sufficient pumps during system's peak time, lack of
                                                back up in the system incase of existing station's
ek Water District                            Distribution pipe replacement at Shoreview, Wixon and
                                             Moosehead.
             Wilder Water Storage and        This project will address the 1.0 million gallon storage
             Pump Stations                   shortage to meet the standards for domestic and fire
ek Water District                            Distribution pipe replacement at Center St., Rio Del Mar
                                             flats.
ek Water District                            Redwood storage tank is old and leaking - causing
                                             water quality and maintenance problems.
              Reservoir Mixing               Several of the City's reservoirs experience loss of
              Improvements                   chlorine residual and therefore putting the quality of the
              High Valley Water Line         The existing 10-inch welded steel pipe has experienced
              Replacement                    numerous leaks which results high repair costs and
                                             No backup sources of supply

                                             Deteriorating floating cover

              Well C-5 Phase Two Project     The City of Cerritos serves a population of 51,000 and a
                                             daytime population of 90,000 plus. The city also serves
                                             3850' OF WATER MAINS LESS THAN 4" IN
                                             DIAMETER THAT DO NOT COMPLY WITH TITLE 22,
LEY RANCHOS WC                               Inadequate source capacity

LEY RANCHOS WC                               Old, substandard mainline

LEY RANCHOS WC                               Inadequate source capacity

LEY RANCHOS WC                               Inadequate storage

              Well 14 Drill and Equip       The existing Well 2 (located at the Arthur E. Cook, Jr.,
                                            Water Production Facility, 1051 E. Sierra Madre
              San Gabriel Plant Water       The City of Glendora is a local community in eastern
              Facility Improvements         Los Angeles County. We typically produce 80% of our
                                            Inadequate source capacity resulting in service
                                            connection limitation
                                            Inadequate source capacity resulting in service
                                            connection limitation
                                            Inadequate source capacity resulting in service
                                            connection limitation
                                            Inadequate source capacity resulting in service
                                            connection limitation
                                            Inadequate source capacity resulting in service
                                            connection limitation
              Petaluma Eastside Aqueduct The current Aqueduct is undersized and is 50 years old.
              48"                           I its the back bone to southern sonoma county and 2
              Washington Street 16" Water The project is to replace one 8" and one 10" water main
              Main (Edith to Washington St. with a 16" need PVC main. current mains are failing
              Petaluma Blvd. North 12"      The Project will relieve pressure and water turn over in
              Water Main Extension          an extended part of the system.
              Paula Lane Reservoir #2       Paula Lane Reservoir #2 is required to support the
                                            current Paula Lane Reservoir. The current reservoir is
              Riesling Rd. 12" Water Main   The system struggles in this area to meet need
                                            preassures
              Cross Creek 12" Water Main System Pressures in this area of the system require
                                            looping to get need water exchange and provide for
              Casa Grande Road 16" Water The Project will relieve pressure and water turn over in
              Main                          an extended part of the system.
              Washington Street 16" Water Current 10" steel water main is failing and has required
              Main (101-Edith)              the city to isolate the main and pump around the city.
              Buckingham Lane 12" Water The Project will relieve pressure and water turn over in
              Main                          an extended part of the system.
          Paula Lane Tank #2            The Current tank is Failing and a replacement Tank is
                                        required to maintain system operation and protect the
          Trumbull Pump Station         As identified in the Novato Water System Master Plan,
          Upgrades                      Trumbull Pump Station does not have sufficient
          Repplacement of wells 6 and 1 These wells (6 and 1) has nitrate levels above the
                                        45Mg/L, they need to be replaced in order to comply
          emergency power for WTP       Surface WTP lacks emergency power.

          Lynwood & San Marin Pump    The Lynwood and San Marin Pump Stations are the
          Station Upgrades            sole pump stations that provide water to approximately
          2nd Feed to Amaroli Tank    The 4.5 MG Amaroli Tank is currently served by a single
                                      pipeline from the northern section of the distribution
          Pacheco Valle Tank Mixing   Pacheco Valle Tank is a 5MG water tank the currently
          System                      has only one inlet/outlet valve and no internal mixing
          City of Madera Water Tank   The Loy E. Cook Water Storage Tower in the City of
          Recoating Project           Madera is an elevated reservoir built in 1966. The
          Municipal Water Yard/Water  The City of La Habra owns and operates facilities
          Facility SCADA Upgrades and deemed critical to the operations of the City and to the
          Idaho Well Motor Control    The Idaho Well and Booster Station is currently the
          Center and Backup Generator City's only source of local groundwater and operates 24
                                      Needs improvement on transmission lines.

          Buchanan Place Water Main     The Buchanan Place Water Main project will replace a
          Replacement                   segment of water distribution line within a publicly
                                        Water mains are aging and need to be replaced. Main
                                        breaks cause customer service problems.
                                        System's ability to utililize stored water needs to be
                                        improved.
                                        System's water storage needs improvement.

                                        More storage is necessary for emergency water supply.
                                        Current city wells need repairs and treatment.
                                        Aged reservoir could cause contamination (foothill)

          RAWLINGS RESERVOIR -          The City of Tustin is located in central Orange County,
          ER                            and is responsible for providing drinking water to the
          ABANDONED WELL                In City of Tustin's service area, there are two
          DESTRUCTION PROJECT           abandoned wells that pose a significant risk for
          TUSTIN AVENUE WELL - ER       The City of Tustin [City] is located in central Orange
                                        County [OC] and supplies domestic water to the
                                        Aged Simon Ranch reservoir could cause
                                        contamination.
          Elfin Forest Loop Pipeline    The Elfin Forest Looped Pipeline will resolve a potential
                                        water quality issue in a particular area of the District. In
N WATER SYSTEMS-WHITTIER                PHASE 1 OF 2: RESERVOIR 216 HAS AN OLD
                                        CORRUGATED METAL ROOF THAT HAS
          Turlock Storage Project       System has no storage.

UNICIPAL WATER DIST                     Pipeline breaks during storm events. Does not comply
                                        with Water Works standards.
          City of Lakewood Water Main   The City of Lakewood is plagued with customer
          Replacement Project           complaints regarding rusty water. Most of the 109
          Rehabilitation of Plant 13    Plant No. 13 contains five welded steel tanks and four
          Booster Station               boosters. It maintains a storage capacity of 2.1 million
          City of Lakewood Plant #22    Plant #22 is a 2.5 million gallon partially buried all
          Reservoir Replacement         concrete reservoir built in the early 1950s. The reservoir
          Well Upgrade Project-Curtis   The City of Milpitas needs additional funding to
          7076                          construct the Curtis Well. The well is needed to
          Gibraltar Reservoir & Pump    The City of Milpitas needs additional funding to rebuild
          Station Improvements 7101     its Gibraltar Pump Station and Reservoir. This is a
           S Milpitas Boulevard Pipeline   The City of Milpitas needs additional funding to rebuild
           Replacement 7098                the backbone water pipeline in South Milpitas
           Lincoln Water Line Extension    The water lines in the project area are 6-inch diameter
                                           lines that have limited connections to larger water
         Area 3 Water Distribution         This project will replace small diameter water lines that
         Project                           are 80 to 90 years old. The size and age of the water
         Area 2 Water Line                 This project will replace small diameter water lines that
         Replacement                       are 80 to 90 years old. The size and age of the water
A WATER SERVICE CO. - PALOS VER            COMPLETELY RELIANT ON MWD AND IT'S SINGLE
                                           TRANSMISSION MAIN FOR 90% OF THE WATER
           Twin Lakes Pump Station         Twin Lakes Pump Station serves the area north and
           Emergency Intertie              south of 118 Freeway west of Topanga Canyon Blvd
           Poplar and Junipero Area        The Project proposes replacement of highly
           Watermain Replacement           tuberculated cast iron water mains, some of them up to
           Glenwood Pump Station           The operation of the Glenwood Pump Station was
           Retrofit                        evaluated to determine whether it meets the flow and
           Roosevelt Avenue and Valota     The Project proposes replacement of highly
           Road Area Watermain             tuberculated cast iron water mains, some of them up to
           Valota and Jefferson Area       The Project proposes replacement of highly
           Watermain Replacement           tuberculated cast iron water mains, some of them up to
           Seaport Boulevard Water         Seaport area is located on the east side of Redwood
           Transmission Pipelines          City; and is the venue of a very active Industrial and
                                           Obsolete equipment at the Miramonte pump station was
                                           upgraded.
                                           Certain water mains in the city are old and deteriorating.
                                           They are also undersized.
                                           The City needs to increase water storage capacity.

                                           The City needs to increase water storage capacity.

                                           Certain water mains in the city are old and deteriorating.
                                           They are also undersized.
                                           Automatic valves and a waste cycle were installed at
                                           Well #9.
                                           The city needs two new groundwater wells.

                                           Well #18 collapsed so City constructed new well #21 at
                                           site of old well #18.
                                           The Whisman pump station was upgraded with new
                                           drive motors, automated controls, etc.
                                           The city has inadequate storage capacity.

           Water Storage Improvements      The District needs to acquire property and construct
                                           new storage reservoirs and a booster pumping station to
           Infrastructure Replacement      Water security improvements needed.

           Distribution Piping             The District currently has approximately 110 miles of
           Replacement                     water mains, of this approximately 14.5 miles are 4-inch
           Distribution System Piping      The District currently has approximately 14.5 miles of
           Replacement                     undersized mains 4-inch and smaller, equaling about
           Silverado Area Pressure Zone    The Silverado region of the City of Napa's water service
           Modifications                   area contains three pressure zones due to the nature of
           Browns Valley Corrosion         From the 1960's through the 1980's, ductile iron pipe
           Protection Project              and copper services were installed throughout the City
           Alta Heights DBP Compliance     There are two immense benefits that result by making
           and Fire Protection             improvements to the water system in the Alta Heights
           Pressure Regulator Monitoring   The City of Napa's water system is broken down into
           Improvements                    five pressure zones. Of these pressure zones, two are
           Replacement of Failed 4MG A-    The existing 4 million gallon (MG) prestressed concrete
           Tank                            tank, A-Tank, in the City of Napa's distribution system
Country Club Reservoir #1        City of Redlands‘s Country Club reservoir number 1,
Upgrade                          was constructed in 1924 in a residential neighborhood in
Source Water Contaminants        The City of Merced Water System has two Source water
Removal                          wells that contain an average of 50 milligrams per Liter
Emergency Intertie Between       The City of Buena Park (City) currently has no
City of Buena Park and           emergency interties. The City's 2005 Water Master
GWD-City of SB Sterret           During warm weather, high water demand periods or
Interconnect                     when either water system treatment plant is offline for
San Ricardo Well ASR Rehab       San Ricardo well was last used for production purposes
                                 in 1991 during a severe drought. The well has sat idle
10th Court, 11th Court and       Existing mains are cast iron pipe and were installed in
Marguerita Avenue                approximately 1920. Repeated main breaks indicate
Third Court Water Main           Existing main is 8" cast iron pipe installed approximately
Replacement                      1920. Repeated breaks indicate pipe is at the end of its
Euclid Court and 12th Court      Existing mains are cast iron pipe and were installed in
Main Line Replacement            approximately 1920. Repeated main breaks indicate
Emergency Generators for         The City of Simi Valley, Ventura County Waterworks
Select Pump Stations             District No. 8 (District) operates a number of pump
1330 / 1172 Interzone            The City of Simi Valley, Ventura County Waterworks
Connection                       District No. 8 (District) operates the 1172 Zone and the
Water Storage Mixing Systems     The City of Simi Valley, Ventura County Waterworks
                                 District No. 8 (District) operates and maintains more
Partridge Drive Main             Aging infrastructure and deteriorating steel mains
Replacement                      resulting in increased main breaks and decreased
Bonbon Drive Main                Aging infrastructure and deteriorating steel water mains
Replacement                      resulting in increased water main breaks and decreased
Edenvale Reservoir               Edenvale Reservoir is 27 years old and requires
Rehabiliation                    repainting the steel tank interior. Since the reservoir is
Castleton Drive Main             Aging infrastructure and deteriorating steel water mains
Replacement                      resulting in increased water main breaks and decreased
Elkins Way Main Replacement      Aging infrastructure and deteriorating steel mains
                                 resulting in increased main breaks and decreased
Video Survellance System For     San Jose Municipal Water has 32 remote pump station
Pump Stations                    sites. The sites pump drinking water into the water
Dove Road Water Pipeline         A small service area is supplied soley by ground water.
                                 During drought years, the water supply may decrease or
Aborn Pump Station,              A small service area is supplied soley by ground water.
Alessandro/Aborn                 During drought years, the water supply may decrease or
Villa Vista Pump Station and     Aging infrastructure and current piping configurations
Tank Infrastructure Upgrades     may result in increased main breaks and failure during
Gumdrop Drive Main               Aging infrastructure and deteriorating steel water mains
Replacement                      resulting in increased water main breaks and decreased
Peppermint Drive Main            Aging infrastructure and deteriorating steel water mains
Replacement                      resulting in increased water main breaks and decreased
Timberline Drive Main            Aging infrastructure and deteriorating steel mains
Replacement                      resulting in increased main breaks and decreased
East-West Water                  As part of its water system planning in the 1980‘s, the
Transmission Pipeline,           City of Fairfield, California, identified the existing single
Eastgate Reservoir Seismic       The District's Eastgate Reservoir site consists of two
Retrofit and Recoating Project   tanks (a 1.5 MG and a 4.4 MG). The 1.5 MG tanks is
Flinn Springs Pump Station       Over 500 customers living in Padre Dam's mountainous
Emergency Generator Project      Eastern Service Area (ESA) lost their homes in 2003 to
Rios Canyon Pump Station         Over 500 customers living in Padre Dam's mountainous
Emergency Generator              Eastern Service Area (ESA) lost their homes in 2003 to
Five Reservoir Retrofit          Padre Dam's water distribution system serves 85 square
Program, Phase 2 - Mt. Top &     miles and includes 24 reservoir tanks. Mountain Top
Alpine Blvd. Valve and Main      Replace a portion of damaged steel transmission main
Modifications, Phase 2           in the Eastern Service area. Additionally, installing
5 Reservoir Retrofit Project,    Padre Dam's water distribution system serves 85 square
Phase 3                          miles and includes 24 reservoir tanks. The West Victoria
             ESA Secondary Connection      Over 500 customers in Padre Dam's Eastern Service
             Project                       Area (ESA) lost their homes to the Cedar Fire in 2003.
             Five Reservoir Retrofit       Chocolate Summit Reservoir is partial buried concrete
             Program - Phase 1 (Chocolate  reservoir with a decaying roof system (timber frame).
             Alpine Pump Station -         Over 500 customers in Padre Dam's mountainous
             Emergency Generator           Eastern Service Area (ESA) lost their homes to the
             Shipley/King Water Main       To address needed fire flow improvements identified in
             Improvement Project           the City's Water System Master Plan Study performed
             Chester/Sylvan Street Water   To address needed fire flow improvements identified in
             Main Improvement Project      the City's Water System Master Plan Study performed
             Rio Verde Water Main          To address needed fire flow improvements identified in
             Improvement Project           the City's Water System Master Plan Study performed
             Schwerin Street Water Main    To address needed fire flow improvements identified in
             Improvments                   the City's Water System Master Plan Study performed
                                           To address needed fire flow improvements identified by
             Mission Street - Top of the Hill
                                           the City's Engineering Divsion
            County/Valley/Hillside Water   To address needed fire flow improvements identified in
            Main Improvement               the City's Water System Master Plan Study performed
CISCO INT L. AIRPORT                       No storage or backup water supply. San Francisco
                                           Water Dept. unable to send us water.
                                           City needs automated shutoff valves at seven existing
                                           reservoirs and needs ground motion sensors and
            Walsh Elevated Tank            The Walsh tank is located in an extremely high risk
            Replacement Project            seismic hazard area. A seismic vulnerability study,
            Water Storage Tank             The water system began using chloramination for the
            Circulation Improvements       disinfection of its potable water in December 2002.
            Waterline Replacement -        The 2009 Water Master Plan recommends replacement
            Lincoln Drive Neighborhood     of 19,000 feet of undersized and deteriorating 4-inch
                                           City's primary source, Ventura River water supply needs
                                           to be better utilized on the eastside of city. Large
                                           Eastside of city has insufficient water supply,treatment
                                           reliability & redundant capabilities. Water Outages
            Rancho Del Sol Tank            The Draft 2008 Compliance Inspection Findings (PWS #
            Replacement                    0910001) state: "During the 2008 inspection it was
            Flume 51 Replacement           Project 184 contains 22 miles of canals, flumes, tunnels
                                           and siphons that were orignally constructed in the
            Appian Way Waterline           A number of water customers who reside at the upper
                                           elevations of the Highland View Subdivision in El
            Promontory Water Storage       DPH Compliance Order No. 01-09-98-ORD-001,
            Tank                           System 0910001, dated August 2002.System has
E-CITY, WATER DEPT.                        WW standards defect. Old water mains are in need of
                                           replacement.
            Walteria and Ben Haggott       This project is to prevent nitrification in the two City
            Reservoirs nitrification and   reservoirs, the Ben Haggott Reservoir (10 mil gal) and
            Fleming Hill Grid Pump Station This project will address issues with reduced water
            Renovation and Bypass          pressure which could result in potential backflow within
            Hollywood Street 400 & 292     The old pump station the project intends to replace
            Zones Pump Station             currently draws its suction from the Swanzy Reservoir, a
            Wolfe/Evelyn Water Plant       The Wolfe/Evelyn water plant was built in 1959, and all
            Mechanical Reconstruction      the current equipment is original. Replacement of parts
            Equipment Replacement at       The project replaces old components and updates them
            Hetch-Hetchy Connections       so that they can be remote-controlled by the City's
            Cleaning of Water Tanks        This project involves cleaning the inside of all City-
                                           owned water tanks and effecting minor repairs, as
            City-Wide Water Line           The integrity of the City's water supply system is critical
            Replacement                    to protect public health, enhance sanitation, prevent
            Replacement of Supervisory     The Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA)
            Control and Data Acquisition   system provides operators with remote control and
            Air Flotation Tanks            The City of Sunnyvale needs funds to rehabilitate and
            Rehabilitation                 provide corrosion protection for four Air Floatation Tanks
          City of Sunnyvale Well            Reliability of the City of Sunnyvale's water distribution
          Connections to Transmission       system depends upon the City's wells as alternate
          Vail Lake Water Storage           RCWD identified the Vail Lake Water Storage Pipeline
          Pipeline                          project through its integrated resource planning efforts
          Natural Gas Clean Engine          RCWD cannot meet Air Quality Management District
          Conversion                        Rule 1110.2 engine emission requirements at two of its
N WATER SYSTEMS-SAN JOSE                    2 OUT OF 3 WELLS IN 660 ZONE ARE SHUT DOWN
                                            DUE TO WATER QUALITY CONCERNS.
N WATER SYSTEMS-SAN JOSE                    PHASE 2 OF 2: RESERVOIR 130 AND 141 ARE AT
                                            THE END OF THEIR USEFUL LIFE AND HAVE
N WATER SYSTEMS-SAN JOSE                    PHASE 1 OF 2: RESERVOIR 130 AND 141 ARE AT
                                            THE END OF THEIR USEFUL LIFE AND HAVE
N WATER SYSTEMS-SAN JOSE                    WELL 105 W-1 HAD RE-OCCURING COLIFORM
                                            PROBLEM AND WAS SHUT DOWN FOR
             Reservoir Seismic Retroffing   The City of Orange water system currently consists of
                                            16 reservoirs ranging from 0.5 MG to 5.0 MG (million
             Avenue M/62nd Street West      The 2555 pressure zone of District No. 40 Region No. 4
             Reservoir Nos. 2, 3, and 4     in the City of Lancaster encompasses approximately 25
                                            improve fire suppression capacity in 330 pressure zone

                                            Vulnerability to damage from seismic events

             R-3 Reservoir Construction    The City of Corona owns and operates 17 reservoirs.
                                           Due to the age and structural integrity of R-3 Reservoir,
             Develop Local Groundwater     The proposed project is to construct a 2.0 million gallon
             Resource for Water Quality – per day (MDG) municipal water well and associated
             Local Groundwater Resource In response to expected state water supply cuts due to
             Rehabilitation Project – Well drought and environmental law conditions by
             Regional Drought Mitigation   Due to expecting state cutbacks on water supply from
             Interconnection with WMWD‘s Metropolitan Water District, the City of Corona
             Montgomery Drive Water        This project will replace the existing 4" water main in
             System Improvements           Parker Dr from Doyle Park Dr to Talbot Ave. Upsizing
             Seismic Upgrades to Water     The City owns and operates 22 water storage tanks.
             Storage Facilities - R2A, R2B Most were constructed prior to 1980. Since that time,
             Steele Lane Water System      This project replaces undersized watermains to will
             Improvements                  bring the area up to current fire flow requirements and
             7th Street Water System       This project will replace approximately 3650 lf of
             Upgrade                       undersized (4 inch and 6 inch) CI and ACP water main
uel Water District                         Water works standard defects. Proximity of sewer
                                           forcemain from Joint Regional Wastewater Treatment
uel Water District                         Reliability of aging pjpes(used in looping the system in
                                           erroding slopes).
uel Water District                         Significant sanitary sewer defect involving line crossing
                                           creek that continually erodes. Waterline in near vicinity
uel Water District                         Reliability of 14" main, experiencing aggressive
                                           corrosion.
uel Water District                         Reliability of local water supply. Must import 100%
                                           currently.
uel Water District                         Water works standard defects.Proximity of undersized
                                           sewers in Crown Valley Pkwy.
uel Water District                         Water works standard defects. Proximity of undersized
                                           sewer force main (Crown Valley Pkwy & lower salada)
-CITY, WATER DEPT.                         THE PARTIALLY BURIED, CONCRETE LINED, PRE-
                                           1920 SUNSET 1 RESERVOIR IS STRUCTURALLY
             Water Main Improvements       With the recently completed City of Garden Grove‘s
             Projects No. FF010, FF014     Water Master Plan based on field measurements and
             SSWD - Crestview Pipeline     In 1986, the Sacramento Suburban Water District
                                           (District) purchased the former Arvin Water Company
             SSWD - Island Area Freeway The Sacramento Suburban Water District (District)
             Crossing Main Extension       Island Area is located along the west side of the
             SSWD - Flaming Arrow               The Greenback Woods subdivision is located in the
             Pipeline                           northeast portion of the District's North Service Area.
             SSWD - Water Main                  In the late 1990‘s, The Sacramento Suburban Water
             Installation in Sierra Oaks        District (District) increased its service area by acquiring
             SSWD - Storage Reservoir at        In 1998, Sacramento Suburban Water District took over
             McClellan Park                     operation of the water system within McClellan Air Force
             SSWD - Verner Storage              The proposed project is located in the northeast portion
             Reservoir                          of the District's North Service Area. This area is higher
             SSWD Security - Well Site          Water security improvements needed.
             Surveillance
             MMWD Fire Flow Pipeline            This project will improve Marin Municipal Water
             Replacement Project                District‘s ability to provide water for fire protection and
             MMWD Redwood Tank                  This project will partially address system deficiencies
             Replacement Project                caused by aging redwood water supply tanks that have
             MMWD Pipeline Replacement          This project meets Safe Drinking Water SRF Project
             Project                            Ranking Criteria for Category E: Water systems with
ipal Water District                             Floating cover does not meet seismic standards.

ipal Water District                             Older redwood tanks do not meet seismic standards.

             Otay Water 1485 Pump               This project addresses a critical reliability issue. The
             Station                            current pump station which has been exposed to the
             East County Regional Treated       The East County Regional Treated Water Improvement
             Water Improvement Program          Program (ECRTWIP) Otay Water District (WD) project
a Water District                                Repair aging water mains that are causing distribution
                                                leak and pressure problems.
              Contra Costa Water District       Significant leakage history. Undersized fire service
                                                capacity; corrosion problems.
a Water District                                Repair water storage facilities that are causing
                                                distribution pressure and reliablity problems.
ngton Beach                                     Aged and defected main distribution lines.

ngton Beach                                     Lack of cathodic protection to metallic pipelines.

              Honby Parallel Pipeline           The existing pipeline to the eastern portion of the
                                                Agency's service area is undersized. A new larger
              City of Riverside Palmyrita       The following table shows the range of the historical
              Nitrate Water Treatment Plant     maximum concentration of contaminants in the project
              Replace the existing aging        Replace the existing aging infractructure by upgrading
              infractructure by upgrading the   the Niles Alley Pipeline
              Upgrade Patterson Reservoir       Patterson Reservoir facilities are old and does not meet
              inlet/outlet                      the current user demands
              Construction of a new storage     The Tamarack zone is an upper zone without a storage
              tank                              tank
              Cactus Feeder Phase IIA           Eastern Municipal Water District (EMWD) provides
              Transmission Main-Moreno          water to a 555-square mile area in western Riverside
              T-3 Water Storage and             The 1996 Fresno Metropolitan Water Resources
              Pumping Facilities                Management Plan identified the need to construct a
              Greenridget Terrace Tank #2       SJWC has 75 tanks of varying sizes (from 100,000-
              Replacement                       gallon to over 15MG) and types within the distribution
              Replace Water Main on Bello       Category O Project – Water Main Replacement: A
              Ave, San Jose                     critical need for replacement of potable water
              Pipeline Replacement on           A critical need for replacement of potable water
              CALLE TACUBA from                 transmission and distribution system infrastructure has
              Mt. District Pavilion Tank &      Insufficient storage for fire protection and domestic
              Pump Station                      supply in event of equipment failures or power outages
              Water Main Replacement,           Category O Project – Water Main Replacement: A
              Heatherwood Dr, Cupertino         critical need for replacement of potable water
              Water Main Replacement,           Category O Project – Water Main Replacement: A
              Greenwood Ln, Monte Sereno        critical need for replacement of potable water
           Install Well Sample Taps for     Compliance with the Ground Water Rule via a Triggered
           Ground Water Rule                Source Monitoring Plan will require bacteriological
           Water Main Replacement,          Category O Project – Water Main Replacement: A
           Monte Cresta Way, San Jose       critical need for replacement of potable water
           Replace Water Main on            Category O Project – Water Main Replacement: A
           Suncrest Ave, San Jose           critical need for replacement of potable water
           Water Main Replacement,          Category O Project – Water Main Replacement: A
           Laumer Ave, San Jose             critical need for replacement of potable water
           Replace Water Main on Lariet     Category O Project – Water Main Replacement: A
           Ln, San Jose                     critical need for replacement of potable water
           Pipeline Replacement on          A critical need for replacement of potable water
           ARDIS AVE, ARCADIA DR,           transmission and distribution system infrastructure has
           Install chlorination system at   The Needles Station has a temporary chlorination
           Needles Groundwater Station      system and needs a permanent system. Chlorine is fed
           Pipeline replacement Saratoga    A critical need for replacement of potable water
           Ave (Dagmar to Scotland)         transmission and distribution system infrastructure has
           Replace Water Main on            Category O Project – Water Main Replacement: A
           Richland Ave, San Jose           critical need for replacement of potable water
           GRAYSTONE LANE TANK              SJWC has 96 distribution storage tanks or reservoirs of
           REPLACEMENT                      varying sizes (from 20,000-gallon to almost 20MG) and
           Water Main Replacement on        Category O Project – Water Main Replacement: A
           Titus Ave, Saratoga              critical need for replacement of potable water
           Water Main Replacement,          Category O Project – Water Main Replacement: A
           Henrey Ave, San Jose             critical need for replacement of potable water
           Pipeline Replacement S.          A critical need for replacement of potable water
           SEVENTH ST (PHELAN AVE,          transmission and distribution system infrastructure has
           Water Main Replacement,          Category O Project – Water Main Replacement: A
           Wilshire Blvd, San Jose          critical need for replacement of potable water
           Replace Water Main on            Category O Project – Water Main Replacement: A
           Sunnyvale-Saratoga Rd            critical need for replacement of potable water
           Replace Water Main on            Category O Project – Water Main Replacement: A
           Blackford Ln, San Jose           critical need for replacement of potable water
           PIPELINE REPLACEMENT             A critical need for replacement of potable water
           ON HIGH STREET (QUARRY           transmission and distribution system infrastructure has
           Pipeline replacement on          A critical need for replacement of potable water
           OVERLOOK RD AND RIGHT            transmission and distribution system infrastructure has
           Water Main Replacement,          Category O Project – Water Main Replacement: A
           Saratoga-Sunnyvale Rd,           critical need for replacement of potable water
           Water Main Replacement,          Category O Project – Water Main Replacement: A
           Pinehurst Dr, Los Gatos          critical need for replacement of potable water
           Pipeline Replacement on          A critical need for replacement of potable water
           SENTER RD (LEWIS RD TO           transmission and distribution system infrastructure has
           Pipeline Replacement Los         A critical need for replacement of potable water
           Gatos Blvd from Lark to Burton   transmission and distribution system infrastructure has
           Water Main Replacement on        Category O Project – Water Main Replacement: A
           Hickory Way, San Jose            critical need for replacement of potable water
           Water Main Replacement,          Category O Project – Water Main Replacement: A
           Gish Rd, San Jose                critical need for replacement of potable water
           Replace Water Main on            Category O Project – Water Main Replacement: A
           Thelma Ave, Saratoga             critical need for replacement of potable water
           Replacement of Greenridge        SJWC has 75 tanks of varying sizes (from 100,000-
           Terrace Tank #1 and slope        gallon to over 15MG) and types within the distribution
           Replace Two Production Wells     Category O Project - Replace two wells, which have
           - Twelfth St W-15 & Tully W-5    reached the end of their serviceable life.
ater Company                                Need to accelerate pipeline replacement rate.

            Water Main Replacement,         Category O Project – Water Main Replacement: A
            Sweetbriar Dr, San Jose         critical need for replacement of potable water
            RB pump station upgrade         RB pump station upgrade is needed to supply the
                                            current and projected demand growth in the 793 zone.
            Miramar WTP clearwell no. 2  Miramar WTP clearwell no. 2 does not comply with
                                         seismic code and suffers form considerable structural
            Advanced Metering            EBMUD currently provides water service to 1.3 million
            Infrastructure               residents through more than 400,000 customer
            Shapiro Reservoir            The existing Shapiro Reservoir is a 4.0 million gallon
            Replacement                  (MG) open cut reservoir located in the San
            South Reservoir Replacement South Reservoir is a 50 million gallon storage facility
                                         located in Castro Valley, California. The project consists
            Walnut Creek Water           Improvements to the Walnut Creek Water Treatment
            Treatment Plant Improvements Plant are needed to meet existing and future water
            LOS ANGELES RESERVOIR The Los Angeles Reservoir must comply with the Long-
            WQIP - BULL CREEK            Term 2 Enhanced Surface Water Treatment Rule.
            Domestic Supply Well         The water needs are supplied by two springs. Spring
            Development                  No. 1 (S1) is consistently coliform-free, and supplies all
            Cachagua Community Center System draws surface water from Carmel River.
            Water System Emergency       Filtration plant has been unable to meet Health
            Chinese Camp School          only one active source. History of contaminants in area.

            Cutler-Orosi JUSD Sierra        Sierra School has 2 wells next to each other with a
            School Pre-application          pump for each well. Both wells are over 700 feet deep.
                                            Storage tank is rusted.

            filtration system, treatment    we are a growing food production company and we do
            system, distribution system &   have good well water. however; we are seeing the need
            new deeper well                 we are a growing food production company and we are
                                            seeing increased water useage. this will continue and
F THE GOOD SHEPHERD WS                      Water tanks are rusting and tank pads are not
                                            structurally sound.
            CSA-30 MANTECA                  CSA-30 Well #1 exceeds the Primary Drinking Water
            INDUSTRIAL PARK                 Standards for Nitrate. Well #1 is one of 2 wells
                                            Insufficient production from single well to meet demand.

 NDUSTRIAL PRK CSA-30                       STAND-BY WELL HAS NITRATE IN EXCESS OF MCL

            New well to augment single      School is supplied water from only one well. If the well
            well                            fails, a new well would be needed.
            Sierra Waldorf School           only one approved source

        New well to augment single          Th existing water system has only one hardrock well.
        well                                An additional well is needed to supplement the existing
        New well to augment single          The existing water system has only one hardrock well.
        well                                An additional well is needed to supplement the existing
        Repair of Water Distribution        The existing distribution system for potable water on
        Lines on Walker Creek Ranch         Walker Creek Ranch Campus is approximately 50 years
        Replacement of Water                The existing distribution system for potable water on
        Distribution Lines on Walker        Walker Creek Ranch Campus is approximately 50 years
D-GLENWOOD SCHOOL                           SYSTEM HAS ONLY ONE WELL.

          Westminster Woods Camp            Westminster Woods Camp and Conference Center
          Additional Water Storage          501(C)(3) non-profit organization that strives to use our
          New well to augment single        The existing water system has only one hardrock well.
          well                              An additional well is needed to supplement the existing
CHURCH INC WS                               Need additional storage and to replace water mains.

            Water Storage Tank              Jojoba Hills is a cooperative, over-55, 501(c)7 RV
            Replacement                     resort. Jojoba Hills has three welded steel water tanks.
            new well                        "Systems well is not properly located ..."

                                            YMCA Camp Jones Gulch has a perennial problem with
                                            lack of an adequate water supply.
          Domestic Well Replacement        The Golden Valley Municipal Water District has a critical
          and Supply Line to Storage       need for a replacement domestic well, pumphouse, and
K ELEMENTARY SCHOOL.                       Needs second well to ensure reliability.

         New well to augment single        Single well, if it fails, the system is out of water
         well
COMMUNITY CHURCH WS                        One 15,000 gallon tank needs to be replaced. Another
                                           one is desired for additional storage.
           New well to augment single      School is supplied water from only one well. If the well
           well                            fails, a new well would be needed.
           New well to augment single      School is supplied water from only one well. If the well
           well                            fails, a new well would be needed.
           New well to augment single      School is supplied water from only one well. If the well
           well                            fails, a new well would be needed.
           Sierra View New Well Project    The Sierra View Elementary School water system has
                                           the following deficiencies;
         New well to augment single        School is supplied water from only one well. If the well
         well                              fails, a new well would be needed.
         New well to augment single        School is supplied water from only one well. If the well
         well                              fails, a new well would be needed.
         New well to augment single        School is supplied water from only one well. If the well
         well                              fails, a new well would be needed.
         New well to augment single        School is supplied water from only one well. If the well
         well                              fails, a new well would be needed.
         New well to augment single        School is supplied water from only one well. If the well
         well                              fails, a new well would be needed.
         New well to augment single        School is supplied water from only one well. If the well
         well                              fails, a new well would be needed.
LEMENTARY SCHOOL                           Old and outdated plumbing. Outdated backflow
                                           prevention device. Multiple unneeded cross-
           New well to augment single      School is supplied water from only one well. If the well
           well                            fails, a new well would be needed.
           New well to augment single      School is supplied water from only one well. If the well
           well                            fails, a new well would be needed.
           New well to augment single      School is supplied water from only one well. If the well
           well                            fails, a new well would be needed.
           New well to augment single      School is supplied water from one well, if it goes out due
           well                            to drought conditions a new well would be needed.
           New well to augment single      School is supplied water from only one well. If the well
           well                            fails, a new well would be needed.
           New well to augment single      School is supplied water from only one well. If the well
           well                            fails, a new well would be needed.
           New well to augment single      School is supplied water from only one well. If the well
           well                            fails, a new well would be needed.
           New well to augment supply      School is supplied by one well that if it goes out due to
                                           drought conditions will be out of water.
           New well to augment single      School is supplied water from only one well. If the well
           well                            fails, a new well would be needed.
           Curtis Creek School             only one approved source

         New well for Coarsegold    Coarsegold Elementary School is in need of additional
         Elementary School          water storage for fire suppression. There is a need for a
         New well to augment single School is supplied water from only one well. If the well
         well                       fails, a new well would be needed.
EY SHOPPING CENTER WATER SYSTEM Single well source lacks reliability.

           New well to augment single      School is supplied water from only one well. If the well
           well                            fails, a new well would be needed.
           Valley Station drinking water   The Palm Springs Aerial Tramway (PSAT) is a Special
           storage tank replacement        District created by a special act by the state of
                                          Due to contamination, wells were shut down.
                                          Temporarily, the water is being provided through inter-
 ER MEDICAL CENTER                        10,000 gal. Cistern - 20 years old - below ground level.
                                          Walls leaking - needs new above ground steel tank.
            New well to augment single    School is supplied water from only one well. If the well
            well                          fails, a new well would be needed.
OF THE DESERT                             System is in need of new piping, lines, and backflow
                                          devices.
            Junior Blind Potable-Water    Junior Blind of America is a nonprofit organization
            Storage and Conditioning      dedicated to helping blind, visually impaired and multi-
            Water tank replacement for    The existing 40 year old 25,000 gallon steel bolted tank
            Almanor Heights Mutual Water has deteriated due to rust problems. We intalled a PVC
            Silvercreek Arsenic Treatment The drinking water for Silvercreek poses a serious
                                          health risk to consumers. The untreated community
Guest Ranch                               Inadequate source and storage capacity, old mainline

            Replacement of Derbec Well Currently the Derbec Well located at Malakoff Diggins
            Shed at Malakoff Diggins SHP State Historic Park is in the need or replacement. The
            Ragsdale Water                 We are developing a new water system and creating a
                                           mutual water company that will provide quality drinking
            New well                       Limited water delivery capacity and capability of existing
                                           source
            Moose Camp Rehab                  We have had inflitration caused by low water
                                           pressure, backflow from users, leaking old pipe lines,
unty Parks-Putnam Park                     Need well, distribution lines, water pumps, chlorinator
                                           and tank replacement.
            Closure of Well #3 at Lemurian Well #3 is a 5-foot diameter, 12-foot deep hand-dug well
            Fellowship-The Gateway         that was present on the property when it was purchased
RANCH HOA                                  DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM OF SMALL PIPE SIZES,
                                           INADEQUATELY BURIED.
S COVE COMPANY                             Low well production and source capacity which does not
                                           meet Water Works standards.
                                           ALL WATER LINES ARE INSTALL ABOVE GROUND
                                           AND ARE SUBJECT TO FREEZING, BREAKAGE AND
            Sherman Acres Mutual Water Water system is composed of aging PVC pipe installed
            Assoc. - Pipeline Replacement in the early 70's with volunteer labor. The system was
            Replace water mains            Multiple leaks in distribution system

 ICHOLAS WATER SYSTEM                        LARGER STORAGE TANK, A NON-ELECTRIC PUMP
                                             ALTENATIVE BACK-UP SYSTEM
                                             Rock and mortar tank is not rodent proof

            Plumas Eureka State Park         Currently, the main waterline supplying Plumas Eureka
            Water Main Re-route              State Park is an elevated pipe above Little Jamison
            Water tank restoration and       Our exciting storage and distribution system is old and
            water treatment improvement      outdated, repairing and improving the system will assure
            Mountain Valley Community        The funds requested are to cover the costs of installing
            Church Water System -            a flow meter to monitor water usage and pay for the
unty Parks-Vet. Memorial Beach               Need well, distribution lines, water pumps, chlorinator
                                             renovation.
         Camp Fresno Water System                 Camp Fresno is a family oriented facility located
         Improvements                        along Dinkey Creek in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, in
SNO WATER SYSTEM                             THE WATER SYSTEM IS ABOUT 70 YEARS OLD
                                             AND THE ENTIRE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM NEEDS
          Water System Source,               Camp de Benneville Pines is a 501c3, not for profit
          Storage and Delivery               camp located in the mountains of the San Bernardino
          Replacement of existing 2"         Camp de Benneville Pines is a faith-based summer
          water lines with 8"                camp and conference center located in the mountains of
REEK TRACT ASSOCIATION                       SCTA's water distribution system which was installed in
                                             1954 is experiencing an increasing number of leaks.
         Water Storage Tanks                  This project with help to have clean water to the
         replacement                          boysthat come up to enjoy the outdoors and Ranger
 CHAWANAKEE                                   THE TANKS ARE OLD AND RUSTED.

         Camp Mather Water Tanks          The city of San Francisco owns and operates a large
         Replacement/Treatment            camp ground facility as well as providing emergency
         Lake San Antonio, South          Monterey County Environmental Health has stated that
         Shore, Drinking Water            the treatment plant will need to be fully automated in the
         Lake San Antonio, North          Old existing tank linings are failing, causing rust through
         Shore, Drinking Water Storage    perforation and leakage, this problem continues to
         Grover Hot Springs State Park    Grover Hot Spring State is a popular campground and
         Main Water Line Rehabilitation   geothermal pool complex located on the Eastern
         Installation of Water Storage    Currently the S. Yuba watersystem operates on a
         Tank and Supply/Distribution     demand basis. We do have 3 pressure tanks installed
         Completion of S.C.A.D.A.         Water Plants within the Sierra District are rather spread
         Monitoring System for Sierra     out. The entire length of our District is approximately
ANCH COUNTY PARK                          No backflow devices on wells. Double check valve does
                                          not meet standards. Chlorine gas storage unit is in
S RIVER INDIAN ASSOC                      Storage tank is too small, low pressure, needs a second
                                          well.
den Beaches                               Groundwater source quality problems (TDS, iron, and
                                          manganese) and insufficient storage capacity. (see
            El Crystal MHP pre-appication The problem was exceedance of a chemical MCL, i.e.
                                          Manganese.We have installed filtration equipment and
            Hillview Water Co., Inc.      SYSTEM EXCEEDS THE SECONDARY DRINKING
                                          WATER STANDARDS FOR TDS AND IS
            Sri Guru Nanhk Sikh Temple The Temple is experiencing deteriorating ground water
            Water System                  quality and failure to meet regulatory requirementis for
            Iron & Manganese Treatment Fe & Mn above secondary standards

EN WATER SYSTEM                               HIGH LEVELS OF IRON, TURBIDITY AND DBCP ARE
                                              PRESENT IN 1 OF OUR 3 WELLS MAKING IT
                                              Habitual reoccurrence of taste and odor problems
                                              associated with iron and manganese. Numerous taste
                                              Sea water intrusion close to main well

ngton Elem. School                            The manganese level in the existing well exceeds the
                                              MCL for manganese.
                                              High Iron and Manganese, Inadequate storage

              Meadowbrook                    Water & filtrartion system to remove excess iron (feric &
                                             ferrous), Manganese and bring down turbity to
DOWNS MUTUAL WATER CO                        Well for this system has very high iron and manganese
                                             levels.
 nty Water District #1                       Fail secondary drinking water standards for iron and
                                             manganese.
o Village Water System                       EXCESSIVE IRON AND MANGANESE IN FOUR
                                             WELLS.
 Y SERVICE AREA #62                          TDS is 1600 mg/l and the iron and manganese are high.
                                             Groundwater source water quality violations. Insufficient
              Stratford PUD Odor Mitigation In and effort to increase source water production, the
              and Water Storage Project      District installed a new well (#7) in June 2004 to
                                             Excessive iron and manganese concentrations in the
                                             source water.
              Highway 86 Transmission        The Coachella VWD - I.D. No. 11 water system provides
              Main Ph II and Booster Station drinking water and fire protection to the communities of
              New Well and Treatment         failing wells, productivity;water quality inferior; health
                                             and safety issues
                                             THE CITY'S TWO IRON AND MANGANESE
                                             REMOVAL PLANTS DO NOT HAVE ENOUGH
             Wellhead Treatment Project     The Golden Hills Community Services District (District)
                                            is located in the Tehachapi Mountains in Kern County,
 MUTUAL WATER CO.                           Excessive manganese and iron contaminants at
                                            groundwater source
                                            THE JAMESTOWN AREA OF THE SYSTEM DOES
                                            NOT HAVE SUFFICIENT PRESSURES DURING PEAK
             Ozone System                   Ozone is the #1 preferred disinfectant process for
                                            obtaining optimum taste and minimum odor in the water.
                                            "Rust" in water, occcasional taste and odor problems,
                                            and calcium build up on fixtures. Past chemical analysis
             Hog Island/Marshall Tavern     The sole water source, located close to Tomales Bay, is
             Joint water Project            exhibiting water quality problems that are consistent with
                                            Rust (iron) and silt.

             Water Quality Improvement      Our source water exceeds State of California standards
                                            for manganese and iron which cause user complaints
             Well 7 Methane Reduction       The Stratford Public Utility District (District) provides
                                            both water and sewer service to the unincorporated
                                            Well water is above the MCL in iron and manganese.

                                          Need additional capacity. Currently system is on
                                          voluntary water rationing. Also need water quality
            Williams Manganese Filtration Our water significantly exceeds State and Federal limits
                                          for potable water for Manganese and Iron
                                          THE WATER SYSTEM IS EXPERIENCING
                                          PROBLEMS WITH IRON, MANGANESE, AND
                                          Compliance with proposed arsenic MCL, iron &
                                          manganese problems in wells. Will consolidate Olcese
ons Adolescent Services                   Objectionable amounts of suspended matter which
                                          interferes with UV system. Manganese >MCL.
            Domestic Water Pipeline       Berrenda Mesa Water District (BMWD) purchases
            Replacement                   treated wholesale water from the Lost Hills Public Utility
ILLS MUTUAL WATER CO                      Wells exceed iron, manganese and hydrogen sulfide
                                          secondary standards.
            Iron and Manganese Removal The Hart Creek Estates Mutual Water Company serves
            System                        approximately 56 residential customers in a remote
                                          High levels of iron, manganese, and dirt in water supply.

             Gridley FLH - Water SystemChemical testing of our water system has found an
             Upgrade                   elevated amount of Manganese above the secondary
             High Capacity Well #2     BACKGROUND - In January 2007, the City acquired the
                                       assets of the Peerless Water Company for the sum of
          City of Lemoore Well #12      Well #12 has a limited capacity and a color problem.
          Water Tank                   The tank will help with capacity during peak demand
          Well 17 & 18 Manganese       The proposed project involves the construction of a
          Removal Treatment Facility   5,000 gpm (max) Manganese removal treatment facility
                                       Well #1B needs an iron and manganese removal filter to
                                       comply with the secondary standards.
NE-CITY WATER DEPT.                    Existing Fe/Mn removal facility is in need of
                                       modifications and upgrades.
          City Well #3 Replacement     Currently the well fails to produce both water quantites
                                       and per water quality secondary standards. The well
                                       Iron, Mn, and hydrogen sulfide in the groundwater in the
                                       San Jacinto area have rendered the recently drilled
          Storage tank replacement and Currently NPMWC supplies approximately 90 meters
          water line and filtration    with infrastructure approximately thirity years old. Water
A WATER DISTRICT                       Asbestos pipes are present in distribution system.
                                       Storage and distribution system is inadequate to provide
ARMS C.W.D.                            Wells need a filter to comply with the iron and
                                       manganese secondary standards.
 er Company - Hidden Hills                     Ground water exceeds MCL's for iron and manganese.

                                               Three of five wells exceed Fe and Mn MCL.

            TDS removal by membrane at This well has a very high TDS up to 1200 ppm. TDS is a
            Dace Well                  secondary MCL, with recommended value at less than
 e WC - West Orange                    Simone Well exceeds Fe and Mn MCL , source taken
                                       off-line.
            Manganese Treatment - Well In mid-2007 through 2008 the manganese (Mn) levels at
            #59A (PS Code #3410001-    the District's Bainbridge/Holmes Well (#59A) (PS Code
ESTATES PWS CSA-18                     WELL 2 HAS IRON OVER THE MCL. SYSTEM HAS
                                       PRESSURE PROBLEM.
            Iron and Manganese         Green Gulch Farm's alternate water source, used for 10-
            Treatment Upgrade -        20% of the community's annual drinking water, is a
                                       Water supply was found to be above the MCL for iron
                                       and manganese.
            FCSD Water System          Retrofit existing water tank; add new water tank; add
            Improvement Project        filtration for iron and manganese contamination that
WATER SYSTEM                           WELL 1, THE PRIMARY SOURCE, HAS MANGANESE
                                       AT ABOUT 3 TIMES THE MCL.
EY TRAILER PARK                        Needs manganese and iron treatment system, needs
                                       piping rerouted, either new reservoir or improvements to
                                       Wells exceed Fe and Mn MCL.

              Warner Springs Estates/Stone To date the Well #8, our newest and most productive
              Ridge Well #8                well, has been a five year project yet to be completed.
                                           MANGANESE EXCEEDING MCL

          BCPUD Pilot Study:                   The BCPUD has three water supply sources: (1) surface
          Elimination of Taste & Odor          water from the Arroyo Hondo creek; (2) surface water
CWWD NO. 19 - SOMIS                            Well No. 12 needs an iron and manganese removal
                                               filter to comply with secondary standards.
                City of Gustine Water System   The 2002 Water System Master Plan identified the
                Prop 84 Pre-Application        major water quality problems in the City's wells. These
                Iron and Manganese             The District owns and used to operate Portola Well No.
                Treatment and Rehabilitation   2. Water from the well showed high levels of iron and
 ehabilitation Center - Norco                  CRC's wells produce Mn from 400 to 1200 mg/L. Due
                                               to this level this system has to be flushed out to get rid
 munity Services District                      Well 01 is very high in manganese.

 y Water District                              Declining water table with a degradation of water quality
                                               and decreasing production ability.
 y Water District                              Declining water table with a degradation of water quality
                                               and decreasing production quality.
              Well No. 3 Manganese             Well No. 3 historically exceeded the secondary MCL for
              Filtration System                Manganese for over 10 years. A permit amendment
 en Park Vista                                 Sources exceed the iron and manganese MCL's.

 en Park Vista                                 Levels for iron and manganese exceed MCL.

 en Park Vista                                 Sources exceed the iron and manganese MCL's.

          Installation of MTBE Removal The purpose of this application is to secure funding to
          Treatment System at CVWD's assist CVWD with the financial cost for remediation and
                                       Manganese secondary MCL exceeded; need to install
                                       treatment system to remove manganese and iron.
O WATER DEPT                           Wells need a filter to comply with the iron and
                                       manganese secondary standards.
          Well 34 - New Deep Well and Problem Description: Significant water quantity
          Well Treatment for Source    problems caused by source water capacity are
             Well 32 - Source Water        Problem Description: Significant water quantity
             Capacity and Wellhead         problems caused by source water capacity are
             Santa Maria Groundwater       The primary concerns regarding Santa Maria
             Treatment Pilot Program       groundwater are the Total Disolved Solids (TDS) with a
             Anita Wellhead Treatment      Anita well is now producing levels of Iron and TTHM
             Project                       above the MCLs, of each contaminate. Well head
                                           The manganese level in Well 19 exceeds the MCL.

                                      Iron and Manganese treatment is required for the Santa
           Saticoy Conditioning Facility
           Renovation                 Paula Basin groundwater wells located on the eastside
E-CITY, WATER DEPT.                   Wells contain hydrogen sulfide that has caused
                                      customer odor complaints, also iron and manganese
         Huntington Beach Well 9 Odor Well 9 has high levels of color and odor. In the 5 last
         Removal                      years, color levels have fluctuated up to 13.0 units,
         Huntington Beach Well 6 Odor Well 6 has high levels of color and odor. In recent
         Removal                      years, color levels have fluctuated up to 8.0 units, which
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL                     Water is high in manganese.

                                           Well water is discolored (iron >MCL) and often has
                                           smell. Water seems corrosive.
chool Dist-Apple Blossom Sch               Corrosive water, high iron & manganese, drawing sand,
                                           high turbidity, periodic bacti problem.
chool Dist-Twin Hills School               Corrosive water, high iron & manganese, drawing sand,
                                           high turbidity, periodic bacti problem.
             Consolidation Project with    Well 01 produces water with arsenic 12 ug/L which is
             Lamont PUD or Arsenic         above the new EPA arsenic MCL of 10 ug/L. Also our
             Lower Columbia Ditch piping   THE LOWER COLUMBIA DITCH LOOSES WATER
                                           THROUGH LEAKS AND IS CONTAMINATED BY
             monitoring for crypto         LACK OF PLANT MONITORING EQUIPMENT FOR
                                           CRYPTO OPTIMIZATION.
         Upgrades for Matelot Ditch        THE MATELOT DITCH AND RESERVOIR THAT
         and Reservoir                     SUPPLY THE WTP ARE SUBJECT TO
 LUTHERAN DAY CARE                         THE SCHOOL WOULD BENEFIT BY
                                           CONSOLIDATING WITH THE CITY OF MERCED.
entist church Water Syst.                  VERY SMALL SYSTEM WOULD BENEFIT BY
                                           CONNECTING TO THE CITY OF MERCED WATER
                                           Existing source is well water.

             Life Water Co-Op Sytem        Due to an ongoing water shortage problem we have
             #1500579 Water Shortage       been issued a compliance order for violation of the
                                           One supply source is surface water influenced. Need
                                           filtration system and storage.
             Emergency Interconnection     City of Bishop's Well 1 cannot be used as a source of
             with Indian Creek Community   drinking water due to its high levels of Fluoride, which
                                           THE SCHOOL WOULD LIKE TO CONSOLIDATE
                                           WITH THE PLANADA CSD WATER SYSTEM.
                                           No problem

                                           SYSTEM HAS AN OLD WELL.

                                           Nitrate > MCL 45mg/L (data needed)
                                           Uranium > MCL 34.7 pC/L
             Consolidation with Vaughn     Arsenic in the system well water exceeds the new EPA
             Water Company to resolve      arsenic MCL of 10 ug/L.
             Pajaro/Sunny Mesa             The Hudson Landing/Wells Road/Spring Road area of
             Community Services District   the Pajaro/Sunny Mesa Community Services District
                                           THE WATER TREATMENT PLANT OPERATES AT
                                           NEAR THE 3.0 GPM/FT2 MAXIMUM FILTRATION
                                           Consolidate the Rissman Mutual Water Company
                                           service which was not in compliance with DHS.
al Falls Water System                     LACK OF PLANT MONITORING EQUIPMENT FOR
                                          CRYPTO OPTIMIZATION.
Mutual Water System                       Need additional water storage.

              Enter Project Name          Running out of water at times

              Construct New Tank/Repair   Storage inadeqate.
              Old Tank
              Arsnic removal app          Potential problems with arsenic contamination, and
                                          storage volume.
                                          EXISTING WELL HAS HIGH NITRATES AND
                                          NITRITES, BUT THEY DO NOT EXCEED THE MCLS.
                                          Positive Samples for E.coli in the Water System

          Lazy'H' Dual Water System The Company water supply consists of 2 ground water
          Project                   wells, both of which are now showing nitrate levels at or
A MESA WATER DISTRICT, DOM SYSTEM Pipe leaks

O HEIGHTS MUTUAL WATER CO.                Undersized water mains

TA MUTUAL WATER COMPANY                   REACHING CAPACITY OF SYSTEM, (ALLOWED 42
                                          HOOK-UPS) NEED BACK UP WELL, NEED TO
                                          SYSTEM HAS SINGLE WELL

                                          Distribution water lines are deteriorating and leaking.

ater Company, LLC                         This system is now twelve years old and we are having
                                          problems with the continuous leaks on a mile long
 EY MUTUAL WATER                          SUMMER TIME WATER OUTAGES NEED BACK-UP
                                          WELL; reranked to "O" from "E"; system drilled well
 l Mobile Estates                         Various water system components are old and near the
                                          end of their useful life.
STATES WATER COMPANY                      JOY ST. WELL PUMPS TOO MUCH SAND AND
                                          SEDIMENT
                                          Source experienced severe silting and storm damage.

                                          Repair storm damage at source and pumping station.
                                          Protect source from future damage.
VIEW ALZHEIMER CENTER                     THE WELL EXCEEDS THE NITRATE AND URANIUM
                                          MCL'S. Reranked from F to O (1/10/02)
 GAP MUTUAL WATER CO.                     Existing water main is deteriorating; needs replacing.

 ccasin Compound-SFPUC                    Need backup filtration for high turbidity events for
                                          filtration avoidance.
              Filter Renovation           Existing multimedia, pressure filters have underdrain
                                          lateral errosion and high levels of interior corrosion.
y Village MH Est                          Single source system in need of backup source of
                                          supply
y Village MH Est                          Distribution mainline leaks.

                                          The system has a poor mainline in need of replacement

                                          1. Inadequate water supply; deteriorating collection
                                          area.
              Treatment Plant/Storage     The current system is not big enough to produce and
              Improvements                store enough water for the current customer water
                                          Mainline replacement

                                          Frequent power outages interrupting water service
PRINGS MOBILE HOME PARK                      WATER QUALITY PROBLEMS

              Enter Project Name             NEEDS RELIABLE DISINFECTION EQUIPT. SYSTEM
                                             VERY OLD AND HAS MANY "DEAD-ENDS". 3 WELLS
                                             SURFACE SOURCE - RAW WATER STORAGE
                                             INADEQUATE REMOTE MONITORING CAPABILITY
              replace wells                  Two wells located near lake may be under the influence
                                             of surface water. Have had intermittent bacteriological
                                             Two old wells with unknown water table depth and
                                             submersible pump efficiency.
D WATER ASSOC.                               Old storage tank needs to be refurbished because it is
                                             leaking. Air problems in our pressure system
AR PARK CWD                                  Interior of storage tank shows signs of rusting

AR PARK CWD                                  Unprotected storage tank facilities

                                             WELL WITH ARSENIC OVER THE MCL -
                                             CURRENTLY BLENDING WATER TO MEET MCL.
                                             TWO COMPANIES SUPPLY WATER TO
                                             COMMUNITY. OTHER CSD HAS OPERATIONAL
              Delleker 10" Water Line        Fire flows to the southern side of Delleker cannot be
                                             met utilizing GLRID's existing water system.
              Delleker Wells Control         The community of Delleker has two drinking water wells.
                                             Delleker well #2 has exceeded the MCL for uranium.
            Woodville Farm Labor Center      The Woodville Farm Labor Center (FLC) was built in
            new water system                 1937. It was known then simply as the Woodville Labor
mm Svcs Dist                                 Lack of transmission line to utilize well

              Water tank replacement,        Not enought storage capacity to disinfect the system nor
              pressure station upgrade and   provide sufficient water turnover in system to prevent
                                             General system improvement. Storage tank insufficient
                                             size.
y CSA 2 - Spring Valley                      Permanent structure required to protect creek water
                                             source from 100-yr stream flows.
              Install standby generator      Currently, the District has only one well tht has an
                                             auxillary power source, a diesel powered generator that
              Water Distribution             The Kettleman City Community Services District
              Replacements                   (KCCSD) water distribution gate valves were installed in
                                             GAC TREATMENT PROVIDED FOR BENZENE IN
                                             TWO WELLS-TASTE AND ODOR CONCERNS
                                             Need Department requested study of impact of
                                             development on source. System has service
                                             Operational problems with intake facilities constructed in
                                             1965.
              Rivercrest Mutual Water        We have a surface water system that we would like to
              Company Consolidation          improve. We do not have a boil water order. We
                                             Inferior grade of steel pipe in distribution system. Mains
                                             have been constant source of leaks.
                                             LACK OF PLANT MONITORING EQUIPMENT FOR
                                             CRYPTO OPTIMIZATION.
                                             Need new storage tanks

Public Util Dist                             DISTRICT SOURCE IS FRIANT-KERN CANAL. THE
                                             TURNOUT FROM THE CANAL HAS A SCREEN
m Service Dist                               INSTALL NEW WATER FACILITIES TO AN
                                             INCORPORATED AREA NORTH OF POPLAR
                                             Construction of 32,500 LF of 16" and 12" diameter
                                             pipeline in response to a system review by DOHS. See
                                             Have had coliform problems in distribution system
                                             suspected to be caused by biofilms.
          City of Westmorland Reservoir       Deterioration of the roof underside and scale
          Rehabilitation Project              formation/metal loss is beginning to appear. The
          Clearlake Oaks 2007                 Asbestos mains are failing due to age and ground
          Infrastructure Improvements-        movement, causing potentially catastophic highway
          Rehabilitate Surface Water          Surface water treatment plant does not currently have a
          Treatment Plant                     reliable generator to operate the plant during power
Water Company                                 One source of supply - Clear Lake.

Water Company                                 Treatment plant does not have automated filter effluent
                                              control system or corrosion control system.
             Arsenic Treatment Plant          Arsenic is high but not over the MCL at this time.

Water Company                                 Treatment plant is subject to inundation by the 100-yr
                                              flood in Clear Lake.
             Install SCADA                    Wells are not centrally controlled or monitored

             Distribution Tanks Recoating   The exterior of tanks #2 and #3 of the Distribution
             Project                        system have been strongly recommended by California
             Development of Well 3          The City of Bishop owns and operates three wells from
                                            which it supplies water to its customers; Well 1, Well 2
nty Water District                          Undersized and aged raw water pipeline to water
                                            treatment plant.
            Water Meter Replacement         Approximatley 1,800 water meters in the City of Grass
            Project                         Valley are approximately 20 years old and have
            SCADA System                    The City of Gridley has six wells distributed throughout
                                            the city that supply water to the distribution system. The
            Eighth Street Well              The "Eighth Street" well was not producing sufficiently
            Construction                    and was having iron bacteria problems. The well was
            Willows "City Wide" Water       CWSC intends to reduce the district total water
            Conservation Program            consumption to match the long term water supply.
            City of Live Oak Pennington     In 2003, a 1.4 MG water storage tank was constructed
            Road East of Highway 99         at the City's Memorial Park. The tank is filled by two
            City of Live Oak Well #5        Well 5 has historically complied with arsenic and nitrate
            Nitrate & Arsenic Removal       limits since it was originally drilled in 1983. Since the
            City of Live Oak Apricot Street The existing primary water distribution system
            from N Street to Larkin Road connecting the City's wells is undersized. The majority
            City of Live Oak Pennington     In 2003, a 1.4 MG water storage tank was constructed
            Road West of Highway 99         at the City's Memorial Park. The tank is filled by two
            Water Storage Security Wall     The purpose of this project is to increase security of the
                                            District's water supply and facilities. The water district
e Water Co.-Clearlake System                Cathodic protection in the plant's clearwell is required to
                                            prevent corrosion and maintain the integrity of the
e Water Co.-Clearlake System                Recent tests performed on the GAC have shown that
                                            GAC requires replacement.
            Additional Reservoir Capacity The City of Needles has existing water storage capacity
            and Back-Up Power Capability for 24 - hours. Should a well fail or electricity be down
            Medical Center Redundancy       The District's 96 square mile service area is located in
            Pipeline Project                the high desert region of San Bernardino County. The
                                            Groundwater basin in overdraft

            Undersize mainline                120,000 feet of mainline are undersize (<8in diameter)
            replacement                       for fire flow
            Booster Station Rehabilitation    The District's water system has been constructed over a
            Project                           significant time period. As such, specific system
            Reservoir Rehabilitation &        Water service pressure, emergency water storage, and
            Relocation Project                backup fire protection water supply within the District's
ervice Co.-Oroville                           Surface water treatment plant needs improvements and
                                              upgrades to improve operations and reliability. Also
             Oroville "City Wide" Water       CWSC intends to reduce the districts total water
             Conservation Program             consumption to match the long term water supply.
              Division of fire-water and      The original water supply at Yuba College came from 3
              domestic water systems at       wells on the campus grounds. The 3 wells were
              North-Central Anderson Public   The City of Anderson, in response to the requests of
              Water System Extension          area residents and property owners, annexed an area in
              Drill two new wells             Two older wells need to be replaced

              Klopp Lake Water Line         Currently, the Klopp Recreational Lake is used by tens
                                            of thousands of visitors a year that come to view birds,
              7.5 Kw Solar Power System for 7.5 kW photovoltaic system and lighting retrofits at the
              Alliance Road Pump Station    Alliance Road Water Pump Station, $60,000The
              Substandard Water Line        The City of Hemt has approximately 10,000 linear feet
              Replacement                   of substandard waterlines (2-inch, 4-inch and 6-inch).
                                            WATER SYSTEM EXPERIENCES WATER
                                            PRESSURE FLUCTUATIONS
                                            OLD MASTER PLAN WHICH DOES NOT INCLUDE
                                            THE SECOND PRISION (ADDITIONAL 2,200 GPM
st Water District                           need sufficient long-term water supply for the Marina
                                            Airport
st Water District                           Pipeline pressure losses in the water distribution system

st Water District                             Bayer Tank is not being operated efficiently due to
                                              structural deficiencies
st Water District                             need sufficient long-term water supply for the Marina
                                              Airport
              1400/1240 Transmission Line     This project will work in concert with the District's othe
                                              preapplication "Well 38" to tie in the new well and make
          Arlington Desalter                  Existing groundwater in the Arlington Basin does not
          Biodenitrification Treatment        meet standards for nitrates, total dissolved solids/salts,
ARDINO CITY                                   Transmission facility needed

ARDINO CITY                                   Booster facility needed

ARDINO CITY                                   Alternative transmission facilities needed

ARDINO CITY                                   Tie-in new reservoir to system

ARDINO CITY                                   Undersized transmission line

ARDINO CITY                                   Booster facility needed for Muscoy Drinking Water
                                              Restoration project
ARDINO CITY                                   Replace older low production well

ARDINO CITY                                   Insufficient boosting capacity

                                              The submersible pump in the collection reservoir is over
                                              15 years old.
              Mattole (#1200684)              System is contaminated with material from the inside of
              Distribution Repairs            the old concrete storage tanks.System also has 40+
                                              Filter system with inadequate capacity.

                                              Old well and Mn & Fe treatment system in poor
                                              condition
              Alpine Camp and Conference      This project is purposed to resolve storage monitoring
              Center                          and regulation problems inherent in our present system.
                                              Tanks and wells outdated and deteriorated - system
                                              serves 300,000 persons a year
rly Intake Cpd-SFPUC                          Need backup filtration for high turbidity events for
                                              filtration avoidance.
Shaughnessy Dam Cpd-SFPUC                     Need backup filtration for high turbidity events for
                                              filtration avoidance.
            New Well                      Existing well has reportedly deminished summertime
                                          capacity. No documentation indicating water shortages
                                          PAST COLIFORM CONTAMINATION OF SYSTEM
                                          DUE TO NEW LINE INSTALLATION.
            Well Rehab                    Declining production due to scaling.

            System Improvements           High Iron Content / Sediment - Water Storage

DS MUTUAL WATER COMPANY                   Replace old well.

                                          WELL IS OLD AND SYSTEM HAS NO AUXILARY
                                          POWER.
BILE HOME PARK                            SYSTEM WANTS A SECOND (OR NEW?) WELL
                                          PRESSURE TANK AND MAIN
            New Pipe Construction         The system has old pipes.

L WATER COMPANY                           Twenty-five year old steel distribution reservoir leaks at
                                          welded seam.
                                          Low pressure problems requires the construction of a
                                          new 20,000 gallon storage tank and to repair the bowls
            Golden Oaks Mobile Home       Outdated Water System
            Park
            Water/Well System Upgrade     Well is at insufficient depth to sustain adequate water
                                          supply for the community given the lower water table
            Consolidation/Intertie with   We only have one well (Well 01) for domestic water
            Rosamond Community            supply. Well 01 has arsenic ranging from 7.5 to 9 ug/L
            Berry Creek Community            Berry Creek is a small community in the foot hills of
            Services District "Well       the Northern Sierra Mountains. The Community
            Consolidation with Erskine    This water system has two active wells; well 02, and 03.
            Creek                         Source water at well 03 has recurring documented TCR
                                          SYSTEM NEEDS SYSTEM WORK TO BETTER
                                          DISTRIBUTE WATER
                                          SINGLE WELL SYSTEM WITH DETERIORATING
                                          STEEL LINE.
                                          SINGLE WELL SYSTEM WITH DETERIORATING
                                          WELL.
obile Home Park                           Aging infrastructure

n Mobile H.P.                             Low on source capacity.

S MOBILE HOME PARK                        Inadequate water supply

                                          DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM PRESSURE PROBLEMS

                                          Well is sanding in.

                                          Waterlines (service lines) to various properties are
                                          breaking are having to be repaired.
            Lakeshore Heights Settling    Our water source is surface water from a small dam.
            Tank Roof Project             Water is brought to our treatment plant via pipe and first
utual Water Company                       Old lines subject to cause problems any day. Some
                                          valves are frozen and thus cannon be operated.
                                          In dry year, low water supply; need to improve water
                                          supply reliability.
        Greenhorn CSD Distribution        Potential need for new booster station, decreased
        System 2                          production at Well 02, dead ends.
WALNUT GROVE PWS                          Provide a new well and upgrade pipelines.

WALNUT GROVE PWS                          Provide a new storage tank.
          Elk Creek Community Service         We need to improve the influant quality by elevating the
          District "Water Source              current intake pipe. The Elk Creek Community Service
          Elk Creek Community Service          The Elk Creek Community Service District obtains it's
          District "New Wells For Water       water from Stony Gorge Reservoir. The water in the
LL ESTATES                                    LACK OF CAPACITY AS SUBDIVISION DEVELOPS

                                              Surface influenced spring. Subsized distribution
                                              system. Leaking storage tanks.
             CSA #13 (Kono Tayee) Water       The Kono Tayee water system serves customers within
             Storage Tank Replacement         the County Service Area #13. Tank decay and leakage
             Transmission lines, collectors   Weott Community Services District (WCSD)has 2
             at sources and new Treatment     sources. "A" & "B", while a 3rd source (Decker Creek)
             Repair/Refurbish main water       Weott Community Services District (WCSD) has 2
             storage tank                     seperate source, collection, transmission, filtration and
             Water Treatment Plant:           In 1989 Weott Community Services District (WCSD)
             Improvements/Upgrades            had a new water treatment plant installed to comply with
             Engineer a Plan to Replace or    The Big Rock CSD's water distribution system was
             Improve the Existing             installed in 1971 to satisfy the residential, commercial,
             Replace Water Storage Tanks      The Big Rock CSD currently owns two Redwood
                                              storage tanks that are about 300 yards distant from
             Permit and Construct             The Big Rock CSD's water distribution system was
             Replacement Infrastructure       installed in 1971 to satisfy the residential, commercial,
             Security Gate and Fences         Lack of security around Main Water Storage tanks and
                                              well.
             Storage, generator, & security   Mutual has deficiencies that are eligible for SRF funding
                                              and not covered in any of the other SRF categories
                                              General system improvement. Inadequate supply main.

                                         Distribution lines are old; storage tank is not large
                                         enough for summer demands; and intake facilities have
             Reverse osmosis & generator One well has nitrate levels above MCL. Both wells
                                         contain TDS levels, which also exceed standards.
             Well Abandonment, install   North well is no longer usable and must be properly
             Meters, and Gate Valve      abandoned. All existing meters in the community have
             SCADA                       WELLS OPERATE INDEPENDENTLY AND DO NOT
                                         HAVE AVAILABLE REMOTE MONITORING OR
                                         Use of expensive Agency water

             Soda Bay Water System            As a follow-up to a site inspection, DPH issued a letter-
             Backwash Water Storage           form directive (7/9/08) to the Lake County Special
             Sodium Hypochlroite              The Soda Bay water treatment facility provides water for
             Disinfection System              the County Service Area #20. The facility treats surface
             Soda Bay Water Treatment         On July 9, 2008, the Lake County Special Districts
             Facility Ozone System            Administration was issued a letter-form directive from
                                              Infiltration and inflow high, lack of storage

 PUBLIC UTILITY DIST                          THE SAXON CREEK RAW WATER PUMP STATION
                                              IS SUBJECT TO FLOODING FROM THE MERCED
County Water District                         Boggs Spring needs redevelopment.

                                              Pressure problems.

         Sodium Hypochlorite                  The North Lakeport Water Treatment Facility provides
         Disinfection System                  water for the customers in County Service Area #21.
         Water Treatment Ozone                This project's Ozone Generator will replace the second
         Generation Unit                      ozone unit at the North Lakeport Water Treatment
TER USERS ASSOCIATION                         Refinance existing loan for distribution system
                                              improvements
mmunity Services Dist                         SYSTEM CONSISTS OF 2 WELLS AND A WTP AND
                                              STOARAGE FACILITIES WHICH ARE UNDER
                                         The Department of Public Health (DPH) has notified the
            City of Angels Pressure Filter
            Project                      City that it is in Non-compliance with its permit
            GSWC-Calipatria System-      The current retention ponds at the Holabird Treatment
            Holabird Treatment Plant,    Plant are not large enough to handle the current
            Water Meter replacement      The water metering system fo rthe community was put
            proejct                      inplace to aid in the conservation of water supply and
            Electronic Water Meter       Outdated and decaying infrastructure. Water meters,
            Installation                 city-wide, are antiquated and beginning to fail.
                                         CT compliance difficult for wells under the influence of
                                         surface water.
        Security enhancement at well Existing well heads are prone to damage from vandals
        head locations                   and tresspassers, which threaten water quality and
        Water Distribution System        Potable water availability is compromised during winter
        Capacity Improvements            months due to restrictions on well operation in Scotts
        cast iron replacement            Watermain breaks have resulted in numerous water
                                         outages. See attachment description (attachment 1)
        Nitrate Reduction and Irrigation The first problem that is intended to be solved is a
        Conversion                       reduction in demand for potable water that is used for
        Nitrate Treatment                The City water system is feed by 7 potable water wells.
                                         One of those wells (Synder Well) consistently produces
        Security Perimeter Fence         Tract 349 Mutual Water Company have security
                                         problem with entry of unauthorized person during after
MUTUAL WATER CO.                         The demand for water in the highly densified area we
                                         serve is outpacing our ability to maintain reasonable
        Planning to Address System       Currently, the Santa Ynez Water Conservation District,
        Reliability and Consolidation    Improvement District No. 1 (ID#1) has a number of
                                         LACK OF PLANT MONITORING EQUIPMENT FOR
                                         CRYPTO OPTIMIZATION.
                                         Low on source capacity in zone near 3MG reservoir.

            Back Up Chlorination for North MCSD purchase its water from a regional supplier
            Bank Booster Station           chlorinated but must own and maintain backup
                                           WATER QUALITY PROBLEMS

            New Water Well Completion        Funds needed to complete new water well. Since 1914
                                             this company has drilled 11 previous water wells, only
                                             NO INTERIOR OR EXTERIOR COATING REPAIRS
                                             ON THE 5 STORAGE TANKS WITHIN THE SYSTEM.
                                             Making transition from wells in overdrafted basin to
                                             receiving state project water via the aqueduct
            Potable Water Supervisory        Replace existing 11 year old SCADA computerized
            Control and Data Acquisition     system utilized for performance monitoring and
                                             Old, substandard mainline

                                          WELL 15-01 HAS DBCP AND RADIOACTIVITY
                                          CONTAMINATION OVER MCLS. ITS REACTIVATION
            GSWC – Bell/Bell Gardens -    Golden State Water Company (GSWC) lost Bissell well
            Bissell Plant Modifications   1 as a source of supply due to volatile organic chemcial
            Arsenic Treatment for Well 21 Arsenic level in Well 21 exceeds federal MCL of 10 ppb

                                             System needs six disinfection facilities for well sites.

                                             Provide emergency power to the wells.

                                             Investigate and rehabilitate Wells 7 & 8 that occasionally
                                             have water quality problems.
                                             Install a SCADA system for water system automation.

                                             Study and apply treatment to the well water that
                                             exceeds nitrate MCL standard.
                                             replace old and unreliable water meters with new ones.

                                          Abandon the sub-standard private wells that may cause
                                          contmination to the aquifer where city uses for domestic
             Woodbridge Avenue Waterline This pipe replacement would qualify as a water
             Replacement                  conservation project due to the repeated leaks. The
             Reservoir Repairs &          Green Project - Reservoir Equipment Upgrades and
             Equipment Upgrades           repairs. 1) Upgrading four old inefficient pump motors to
             Brown and Fippins Waterline This area has experienced low water pressure,
             Replacement Project          increased turbidity, and pipe line corrosion. The 8-inch
             Forbes Avenue 14-inch        This area of Forbes Avenue provides a vital loop for the
             Waterline Replacement        downtown business area fire flow. However, this area
             A - Street Waterline         This replacement project would qualify as a water
             Replacement                  conservation project due to the multiple leaks. The 4-
             Upgrade One Highlift Pump    Community growth and the addition of new storage
             and Install Hydro Pneumatic  tanks has resulted in reduced capacity to fill Reservoirs.
             C - Street 10-inch Waterline Water quality is compromised in this area due to
             Replacement                  deteriated condition of the 80+ year old pipes. Providing
             Water Treatment Plant Solar Green Project - Solar panels at the water treatment
             Panels                       facility would improve electrical reliability and reduce
             City water conservation      CWSC intends to reduce the district water consumption
             program.                     to match long term supply.
             East L.A. "City Wide" Water  Basic issue / problem: The district needs to reduce their
             Conservation Program.        customer‘s water consumption to match the local water
             Construct Devil Canyon Well Construct Devils Canyon Well #8Setting:The City of San
             No. 8                        Bernardino Municipal Water Department‘s (SBMWD)
uth Fork Elementary School                The wellhead is presently below grade, producing the
                                          potential for contamination. Hard water results in
                                          WELL - NO BACK UP SOURCE - LOW SOURCE -
                                          LOW PRESSURE
Y UNION SCHOOL                            Our well water cannot b used for anything involving
                                          student contact; we purchase expensive water for
 I CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE                 Coliform contamination of well. Unconfirmed E. coli.

             Shoreline Unified School        Research the feasibility of consolidating three of the
             District- Tomales High School   school district's public water systems; Tomales High
             Alpine Camp and Conference      This project is purposed to resolve storage monitoring
             Center Water System             and regulation problems inherent in our present system.
             Consolidation                   Small school wants to connect to City

          Madison Elementary                 The Madison Elementary School water system consists
          Connection to City of Fresno       of a single well that serves approximately 350 users
          Imperial Valley College Water      This project will consolidate the Imperial Valley College
          Pipeline                           water system into the City of Imperial's water distribution
O COUNTY MEMORIAL PARK                       Wishes to take over a system that has unfiltered surface
                                             water with coliform bacteria present.
         Pentecostal Water System            This is a small water system that has had numerous
         Consolidation                       violations over the years due to high nitrates and
OCK COUNTY PARK                              Replace old leaking tank.

                                             Well in a business unit with a 5000 gallon storage tank.

r County Water District                      Water intake at Jessup's Gulch is old and deteriorated.

                                             Turbine pump is worn and needs to be replaced;
                                             installed in 1977; rated 49 percent efficiency
                                             Well sanding

y Water Agency                               DISTRICT WILL REDUCE GROUNDWATER
                                             PUMPING BY REPLACING WITH SURFACE
RN MUTUAL WATER COMPANY                            Future replacement of all or part of system as the result
                                                   of a natural or man made disaster or unseen problem.
Mill MWC-Division B                                Need larger facilities to accommodate full time residents
                                                   and expansion.
             Security Fencing                      The Water Company has no perimeter fencing. To date
                                                   there have been only minor acts of vandalism to the
WATER CORPORATION                                  DBCP levels exceed the MCL. Backup well
                                                   occasionally has high levels of coliform.
                                                   Well pumps are old and deteriorated and near the end
                                                   of their useful life.
 ATER COMPANY                                      Repair underground storage tank. Repair/replace
                                                   asbestos pipes and pump house.
        Lake Davis Water Treatment                 Perimeter fencing is critically needed because of the
        Plant Project, Phase II                    need to address Homeland Security Act Protection of
WN COMMUNITY SERVICE                               TANK IS OLD AND IN NEED OF REPLACEMENT OR
                                                   REPAIR
al Water Company                                   Current method of purification is by chlorination which
                                                   leaves an undesirable taste.
             Enter Project Name                    WELL CONTAMINATED WITH COLIFORM., LEAKING
                                                   DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM, LOW WATER PRESSURE.
MOUNTAIN MUTUAL WATER                              SYSTEM FEELS IT NEEDS A NEW WELL

MOUNTAIN MUTUAL WATER                              CAN'T REGULATE WATER IN STORAGE.

MOUNTAIN MUTUAL WATER                              NO SHED OVER PUMP AND NO FENCING OF
                                                   WELLSITE
W OAKS MUTUAL WATER CO                             NO DIRECT PIPELINE EXISTS FROM THE WELLS
                                                   TO THE STORAGE TANKS. NO CHLORINE
MUTUAL WATER CO.                                   LACK OF SUFICIENT WAER PRESSURE TO ALL
                                                   OUTLETS ON A CONSTANTS BASIS.
             Water Main Replacement                Water mains are old and antiquated. System has
                                                   experienced major leaks.
 JACKS APTS WS                                     Water system has no storage. Needs 65,000 gallons
                                                   storage.
READY MHP WATER SYSTEM                             Needs storage, needs new distribution system and well.

             Csa 2 Stonyford Water Line            Inadequate main line size has resulted in substandard
             Upgrade                               water pressure to customers.
             Sierraville Public Utility District   The District needs a new drinking water storage tank to
             drinking water tank installation      offset demand during peak water usage periods, to
                                                   One single well. There is a need for fire protection by
                                                   increasing water volume availabity.
hers Water Company                                 Old pipes for water main.

hers Water Company                                 No backup storage.

Community Ser. Dist.                               LOW PRESSURE, INADEQUATE FIRE FLOW, NO
                                                   METERS.
ey Water Company                                   Dilapidated wooden fence surrounding water system
                                                   facilities leaving them vulnerable to vandalism
WAHNEE RESORTS                                     THE SYSTEM MUST BE CHLORINATED TO MEET
                                                   THE TCR. ITS RELIABILITY COULD BE IMPROVED
ey Water Company                                   Sand in drinking water

            Hidden Beaches Reservoir        This is a 350,000-gallon bolted steel reservoir that has
            Rehabilitation & Lining Project been in service for over ten years. Recent issues are
ain Mutual Water Co.                        System needs engineering studies for future
                                            construction and maintenance and compliance with
ain Mutual Water Co.                        Some sources not currently being used are subject to
                                            seasonal surface infiltration (wells 1,2,4 and spring).
BILE HOME PARK                                 SYSTEM LACKS FIRE FLOW DESIRED BY FIRE
                                               DEPARTMENT
                                               Sea water intrusion from over pumping of ground water.

              New main installation            Existing 8" line too small. Insufficient pressure and flow
                                               to customers
              New Storage Tanks                Additional storage is required to meet fire flow
                                               requirements
mmunity Services District                      Water lines are old, corroded and deteriorating. Leaks
                                               are frequent.
              Upgrade Water Mains in           Water capacity in the commercial areas of the District is
              Commercial Areas                 limited by a single 6-inch diameter pipe. Current Kern
                                               Approx 60% of main lines are steel lines which have
                                               been in the ground since 1950.
                                               Need additional storage to connect to and serve the
                                               Pomo Indian Reservation which approx. 4 miles east of
              CITY OF COMMERCE -               The goal of the project are: replacement of 2 obsolete
              WATER SYSTEM                     and non-operating stations in the Commerce Water
              Enter Project Name               WATER METERS

County Water District                          20 year old redwood tank at cache Creek plant.
                                               Relocated from another site and never sealed with use.
omm Serv Dist                                  INADEQUATE SUPPLY DURING SUMMER MONTHS

              clear well replacement          2007 master plan shows 4 0f the districts water storage
                                              tanks are past their usefull life and unrepairable.the loss
                                              Need increased filter capacity; need pre-filtration
                                              Chlorination; and need system control.
              Pump house rehabilitation and Security Project
              facilities surveillance project
              Borrego Springs Water Supply The community‘s sole source aquifer has been in a
              Augmentation Project            constant state of depletion since 1945. The rate of
              Water Storage Tanks Upgrade The City distribution system is supplied by the water
                                              treatment plant, which supplies the three steel storage
                                              LACK OF PLANT MONITORING EQUIPMENT FOR
                                              CRYPTO OPTIMIZATION.
                                              Open ditch that supplies water to West Weaver
                                              Treatment Plant is vulnerable to contamination.
                                              Miscellaneous water mains in distribution system are old
                                              and deteriorated.
              Backwash Water Recycle          Backwash water flows into Willits Creek

                                                General system improvement. Lack of supply reliability
                                                with largest source out of production.
             Country Club Drive                 The City currently uses a hydropneumatic pump station
             Hydropneumatic Pump Station to serve existing customers located on the top of a
             City of Placerville Northside      In many areas within the older portions of Placerville,
             Waterline Replacement              customers are served from old 2-, 3-, and 4-inch iron
             City of Williams SCADA               The City's growing water system requires additional
             system                             treatment for removal of very high levels of Manganese
             Williams Ground Storage Tank The City of Williams is required to reduce excessive
                                                levels of Manganese and Iron in order to comply with
             Williams Water Well                  Install new water well and appurtenances along with
                                                Iron and Manganese treatment in an effort to obtain a
             Foresthill Public Utility District FHPUD serves approximately 2,200 customers with
             Water Supply Reliability           treated water of which 2,100 are residential and about
unty Water District                             District's raw water source drys up in summer.
                                                Supplementary raw water intake from river is in poor
                                                ONE OF THE DISTRICT'S FIVE WELLS HAD A HIGH
                                                NITRATE RESULT IN 1996.
                                            Deteriorating main transmission line (raw water),
                                            inefficient pumping system.
                                            Two inactive high nitrate wells, and one old inactive well
                                            in water system
                                            Some water supply wells have unacceptably high nitrate
                                            and TDS. Well-head treatment is too expensive.
           SELENIUM                         2 wells exceed the selenium MCL but are blended to
                                            comply with the standards.
           Menlo Drive Mainline             Menlo Drive mainline is inadequate to meet current fire-
           Replacement                      flow standards. This project will replace the existing
           Morro Bay City Water Meter       The City of Morro Bay distributes water to about 5400
           Replacement Program              service connections and the total metered water
                                            Treatment process and water quality adversely affected
                                            by difficlult and inaccurate pH adjustments due to
                                            Inadequate system reliability due to lack of looped
                                            transmission facilities.
                                            Inadequate system storage for diurnal demands and
                                            emergency reserves.
                                            Inadequate system reliability due to lack of looped
                                            transmission facilities.
                                            Inadequate pumping capacity and reliability due to
                                            dilapidated mechanical and electrical equipment.
                                            Inadequate distribution system reliability due to routine
                                            failure of substandard pipeline material. Two phases.
                                            Degradation of water quality due to substandard pipeline
                                            materials (ABS) and dilapidated steel pipeline.
E. George, Banner Mountain                  Degradation of water quality due to deteriorated water
                                            mains and service lines(unlined steel).
E. George, Banner Mountain                  Inadequate system reliability due to lack of looped
                                            transmission facilities.
           E. George Water Treatment        Nevada Irrigation District (NID) is currently expanding
           Plant Expansion                  the E. George WTP to meet future community potable
           King City "City Wide" Water      CWSC intends to reduce the district total water
           Conservation Program             consumption to match the long term water supply.
                                            Inadequate mechanical and electrical system.

                                            Poor service lines.

                                            A well was abandoned and one was shut down. Also,
                                            all mechanical and electrical systems need rehab work.
                                            Poor water system mechanical and electrical facilities.

           Remote Service Valves for        The City of Wasco operates the local water utility
           Metered Service Connections      supplying water to 19,126 residents (CA DOF, 2009) via
                                            NEED ADDITIONAL WELLS AND STORAGE TO
                                            MEET PEAK DEMANDS.
           Selma "City Water" Water         CWSC intends to reduce the district total water
           Conservation Project             consumption to match long term water supply.
           CSD DWP Division Drive           The current emergency interconnection between the Big
           Emergency Interconnect           Bear Lake DWP and the Big Bear City CSD is not
           reservoir replacement ID 1       structural integrity of reservoir questionable

           standby well nitrate - replace   Standby well has nitrate levels 1/2 MCL. Well is not
           well                             used as a potable water source.
                                            COLORED WATER IN WELL NO. 17

           Water Well 15 Aresnic and        The City of Paramount had initiated the constuction of a
           Manganese Treatment Plant        new water well to better meet the community's water
NICA-CITY, WATER DIVISION                   Pressure to the system not sufficient when nearby
                                            reservoirs are low in supply.
NICA-CITY, WATER DIVISION                    Inadequate storage supply.

             Inter-tie with Shasta CSD       No additional or backup water source for Keswick Dam
                                             Area.
             Licensed Radio                  Impacts to SCADA, and temporary of system controls
             Communications                  resulting in a loss of security software upgrades.
             City of Redding - SCADA         Security Project
             Upgrades
             Arsenic Removal at Wells      Two potentially three wells with arsenic above
                                           acceptable levels (EPA MCL).
           Water Reservoir and Booster The City will construct a 2.8 MG capacity above ground
           Station at Well 28              welded steel reservoir, including four energy efficient
           Well 13, 14, 18, 24, 25         Wells are approximately 50 years old and require
           Rehabilitation                  cleaning, rehabilitation, and replacement of pump
           Manganese Filtration Facility - These two wells are major water suppliers for the City
           Well 13 and 27                  and both have reached manganese levels above the
           Water Treatment Facilities      Incorporated in 1908 the City of Inglewood serves a
                                           constituency of 112, 600 persons, located on the
           Downey Groundwater Wells        The City of Downey currently produces and serves an
                                           average of 15.1 million gallons of groundwater per day
           Visalia City Wide Water         CWSC intends to reduce water consumption to match
           Conservation Project            long term water supply.
                                           Large pressure fluctuations due to aged and undersized
                                           pipelines
           New 36‖ water main – 8,000      Part of the existing water supply system un-even
           LF                              pressure flow
           Tank sites modification         Two tank sites lack proper drainage courses and storm
                                           drains to convey water flow in the event of a tank
 Suburban Water District                   Inadequate pressure and periodic disruption due to
                                           aged, leaky and small diameter water mains.
                                           The district is growing at approximately 700 services per
                                           year, w/ the majority of this growth occurring in a region
                                           FIVE WELLS ARE IMPACTED BY TCE
                                           CONTAMINATION-CURRENTLY INACTIVE WELLS
           Gerald Ford-Date Palm Drive CVWD's Cove Community System serves nearly
           Water Transmission Main         250,000 people with 18 interconnected pressure zones.
                                           INSUFFICIENT EMERGENCY BACKUP POWER FOR
                                           GROUNDWATER PUMP STATIONS. DURING
                                           GROUNDWATER OVERDRAFT AND DECLINING
                                           WATER TABLE HAVE DICTATED THE PROPOSED
           Water System Security           As the financial center of the Western United States, the
           Upgrades Project: Fire          worldwide hub of the entertainment industry, a center of
           City T/L South Unit 5           The City Trunk Line South (CTLS) was identified in the
                                           Trunk Line Condition Assessment Program in 1996 as a
           Water System Security           As the financial center of the Western United States, the
           Upgrades Project: Type B        worldwide hub of the entertainment industry, a center of
           MWD LA-30 Connection            Installation of a connection to the Metropolitan Water
           (Venice)                        District‘s Sepulveda Feeder to supply water to western
           Formosa Avenue Tru