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New Storage Tank 

Initial Study for Reservoir 6A-2

To view the initial study for Reservoir 6A-2, please download the document below.

Initial Study for PPHCSD Well Development Project (March 2022).pdf

The District is developing a project to construct a 1.5 million-gallon reservoir in order to enhance the District's water supply reliability.  Construction of this large reservoir will increase the District's water storage capability for customer use, fire suppression, and reduce the District's need to use electricity for water pumping during peak usage times.

This project is estimated to be completed in 2025-2026.

Architectural plan overlay on aerial photo, detailing a proposed reservoir with dimensions and site information.
Civic Center 
Architectural rendering of a modern civic center building with parking and landscaping during sunset.

The District is building a civic center that will house District offices, a District boardroom, and a centralized Emergency Operations Center. This multifunctional facility will serve as a nerve center for municipal operations, offering a centralized location for administrative functions, emergency response coordination, and important decision-making processes. The offices will provide workspace to efficiently deliver essential services to residents.  The emergency operations center will stand ready to mobilize resources and coordinate responses during crises, ensuring swift and effective action in times of need.  The boardroom will serve as a hub for civic engagement, hosting District meetings, public forums, and community meetings. Consolidating these critical functions under one roof, the civic center will not only be a physical structure, but also a symbol of unity, resilience, and civic pride within the community.

Estimated completion in 2025-2026.

New Well 
A Komatsu excavator on a construction site near mountains, with a person sitting by a large pipe on the ground.

Click the link below to learn more about the District's newest well project.

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1.16 Megawatt Solar Project 

On September 17, 2014, the Board of Directors of the District approved contracts with SunPower Corporation for the installation of a 1.16 megawatt solar project, located on District-owned property at the former Meadowbrook Dairy in El Mirage. The project is expected to save the District $13,856,965 in electricity costs over the next 30 years. In fiscal year 2013/2014, the District spent $821,431.48 purchasing electricity from Southern California Edison (SCE) for operations such as pumping wells and powering pressure-reducing and booster stations. This expense represents 17% of the District's total water operations budget. While the solar project assumes savings based on a 4% annual increase in electricity rates from SCE, the District experienced an 18% increase in 2013, and an additional 10% increase in 2014, making the solar project even more profitable with potential increased savings for the District.

This project was completed and commenced operation in September 2015.

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