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Los Angeles Department of Water & Power Urban Water Management Plan 2015

Los Angeles Department of Water & Power (LADWP), | July 1, 2016
Summary

The California Urban Water Management Planning Act (Act-effective January 1, 1984) requires that every urban water supplier prepare and adopt an UWMP every five years. The main objective of producing these plans is to confirm that cities are performing the advance planning necessary to provide reliable water service in the future. Specifically, the UWMP forecasts future water demands and water supplies under average and dry year conditions; identifies future water supply projects such as recycled water; provides a summary of water conservation Best Management Practices (BMPs); and provides a single and multi-dry year management strategy.

I. Chapters 1-3

Introduction / Water Demands / Water Conservation

2. Chapters 4-8

Recycled Water / Los Angeles Aqueduct System / Groundwater / Watershed Management / Metropolitan Water District of Southern California Supplies

3. Chapters 9-12

Other Water Supplies – Transfers, Brackish Water Recovery, Seawater Desalination / Integrated Resources Planning / Water Supply Reliability and Financial Integrity / Sustainable City pLAn Targets for Conservation and Local Supplies / Water Shortage Contingency Plan / Water Supply Assessments / Climate Change and Water-Energy Nexus

Appendix A: Urban Water Management Planning Act

Appendix B: Management Plan Checklist

Appendix C: Water Rate Ordinance

Appendix D: Public Notices, Outreach, Comments

Appendix E: References

Appendix F: Groundwater Basin Adjudications

    • San Fernando Basin – Judgment 650079
    • Sylmar Basin – Judgment 650079
    • Verdugo Basin – Judgment 650079
    • Eagle Rock Basin – Judgment 650079
    • Sylmar Stipulation – Judgment 650079
    • West Coast Basin – Judgment 506806
    • Central Basin – Judgment 786656

 

Product Description

The California Urban Water Management Planning Act (Act-effective January 1, 1984) requires that every urban water supplier prepare and adopt an UWMP every five years. The main objective of producing these plans is to confirm that cities are performing the advance planning necessary to provide reliable water service in the future. Specifically, the UWMP forecasts future water demands and water supplies under average and dry year conditions; identifies future water supply projects such as recycled water; provides a summary of water conservation Best Management Practices (BMPs); and provides a single and multi-dry year management strategy.

I. Chapters 1-3

Introduction / Water Demands / Water Conservation

2. Chapters 4-8

Recycled Water / Los Angeles Aqueduct System / Groundwater / Watershed Management / Metropolitan Water District of Southern California Supplies

3. Chapters 9-12

Other Water Supplies – Transfers, Brackish Water Recovery, Seawater Desalination / Integrated Resources Planning / Water Supply Reliability and Financial Integrity / Sustainable City pLAn Targets for Conservation and Local Supplies / Water Shortage Contingency Plan / Water Supply Assessments / Climate Change and Water-Energy Nexus

Appendix A: Urban Water Management Planning Act

Appendix B: Management Plan Checklist

Appendix C: Water Rate Ordinance

Appendix D: Public Notices, Outreach, Comments

Appendix E: References

Appendix F: Groundwater Basin Adjudications

    • San Fernando Basin – Judgment 650079
    • Sylmar Basin – Judgment 650079
    • Verdugo Basin – Judgment 650079
    • Eagle Rock Basin – Judgment 650079
    • Sylmar Stipulation – Judgment 650079
    • West Coast Basin – Judgment 506806
    • Central Basin – Judgment 786656

 

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Keywords:

Integrated Regional Water Management, planning and management, urban water conservation