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Pueblo, CO 81006

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Water Conservation Plan

Click here to download a copy of the "Table of Contents" for the Water Plan Conservation (in pdf)

Table of Contents
Draft Date: October 19, 2009
Revised: February 8, 2010

Executive Summary

Step 1 – Profile the Existing Water System

1 Profile the Existing Water System
1.0 Name and Contact Information
1.01 Organizations and Individuals assisting with Plan Development
1.1.1 Physical Characteristics of the Existing Water Supply System
1.1.2 Water Sources
1.1.3 System Limitations
1.1.4 Water Costs and Pricing
1.1.5 Current Policies and Planning Initiatives
1.1.6 Current Water Conservation Activities

Step 2 – Characterize Water Use and Forecast Demand

2.1.1 Current Water Use
2.2 Forecasting Method
2.3 Demand Forecast

Step 3 – Profile Proposed Facilities

3.1.1 Facility Needs
3.1.2 Incremental Cost Analysis
3.1.3 Preliminary Capacity and Costs Forecasts

Step 4 – Identify Conservation Goals

4.1.1 Water Conservation Goals
4.1.2 Goal Development Process

Step 5 – Identify Conservation Measures and Programs

5.1.1 Identify Conservation Measures and Programs
5.1.2 Screening Criteria for Conservation Measures and Programs
5.1.3 Application of Screening Criteria

Step 6 – Evaluate and Select Conservation Measures and Programs

6.1 Create Combinations of Measures and Programs
6.2 Costs and Water Savings of Conservation Options
6.3 Benefits and Costs of Conservation Options
6.4 Define Evaluation Criteria
6.5 Select Conservation Measures and Programs

Step 7 – Integrate Resources and Modify Forecasts

7.1.1 Revise Demand Forecast
7.1.2 Identify Project Specific Savings
7.1.3 Revise Supply-Capacity Forecast
7.1.4 Summarize Forecast Modifications and Benefits of Conservation
7.1.5 Consider Revenue Effects

Step 8 – Develop Implementation Plan

8.1 Develop Implementation Schedule
8.2 Develop Plan for Public Participation in Implementation
8.3 Develop Plan for Monitoring and Evaluation Process
8.4 Develop Plan for Updating and Revising the Conservation Plan
8.5 Define Plan Adoption Date/Plan Completed Date/Plan Approved Date

Step 9 – Monitor, Evaluate and Revise Conservation Activities and the Conservation Plan

9.1 Implement the Plan

References

List of Tables

Table 1.4a District Tap Fee Structure
Table 1.4b Water Rate Structure
Table 1.5 Long Range Plan for Capital Improvements
Table 1.6 Total Use per Tap
Table 2.1a Total Use per Customer Class
Table 2.1b Average Winter Water Usage
Table 2.1c Average Irrigation Usageable 2.1c Average Irrigation Usage
Table 2.1d Largest Water Use by Customer
Table 3.1 Meter Testing Data
Table 5.1 Conservation Measures and Programs
Table 5.2 Screening Criteria for Proposed Water Conservation Measures and Programs
Table 6.1 Water Conservation Savings Goals
Table 6.2 Comparison of Benefits and Costs of the Conservation Measures and Programs
Table 6.3 "Out of Pocket" Costs of Conservation Measures and Programs
Table 6.4 Selection of Conservation Measures and Programs and Estimate of Water Savings
Table 6.5 Approximate Annual Cost to Irrigate 1,000 square feet of Lawn
Table 6.6 District Rain Sensor
Table 6.7 Average Rainfall for Pueblo, CO
Table 7.1 Modified Demand Forecast
Table 7.2 Project Specific Savings
Table 7.3 Modified Supply Forecast
Table 7.4 Revenue Effects from Conservation
Table 8.1 Implementation Schedule for Measures and Programs
Table 8.2 Evaluation of Conservation Measures and Programs

List of Figures

Figure 1.2 Raw Water Supply Sources
Figure 2.1 Total Annual Raw Water Consumption
Figure 2.3 Forecast Demand without Conservation
Figure 3.2 Per Unit Cost of Water Supply Facilities
Figure 3.3 Maximum-Day Demand and Proposed Supply Capacity (Without Conservation)
Figure 7.1a Maximum-Day Demand and Proposed Supply Capacity (With and Without Conservation)
Figure 7.1b Maximum-Day Demand and Revised Supply Capacity (With and Without Conservation)

Worksheet 1-1: Water System Profile
Worksheet 1-2: Summary of System Conditions
Worksheet 1-3: Summary of Current Conservation Activities
Worksheet 2-1: Preliminary Water Demand Forecast
Worksheet 3-1: Anticipated Improvements and Additions
Worksheet 3-1a Summary of Anticipated Improvements and Additions
Worksheet 3-1b Long Range Plan for Capital Improvements
Worksheet 3-2: Cost of Supply-Side Facilities
Worksheet 3-3: Cost of Supply-Side Facilities (Alternative Approach with Cost Escalation and Discounting
Worksheet 3-3(2): Cost of Supply-Side Facilities
Worksheet 3-3a: Estimate of Additional Capacity for CIP
Worksheet 3-4: Preliminary Supply-Capacity Forecast
Worksheet 5-1: Conservation Measures Identified in the Planning Process
Worksheet 5-2: Conservation Programs Identified in the Planning Process
Worksheet 6-1: Analysis of Each Conservation Measure or Group of Measures and Programs

  1. Low Flush Toilets
  2. Low Flush Urinals
  3. Low Flow Showerheads
  4. Low Flow Kitchen Faucets
  5. Low Flow Bathroom Faucets
  6. Efficient Washing Machines
  7. Replace old meter w/radio read meters
  8. Replacement of lawn with Low Water Use Landscapes
  9. Rain Sensors for automated irrigation systems
  10. Leak Detection Program

Worksheet 6-2: Comparison of Benefits and Costs of the Conservation Measures and Programs
Worksheet 6-3: Selection of Conservation Measures/Programs and Estimate of Water Savings
Worksheet 7-1: Modified Demand Forecast
Worksheet 7-2: Project-Specific Savings
Worksheet 7-3a: Modified Supply Forecast and Estimated Total Savings
Worksheet 7-3b: Estimated Total Savings
Worksheet 8-1: Implementation Schedule for Measures and Programs

B – Design Manual

Water Efficient Fixtures and Appliances:

  1. Toilets
  2. Urinals
  3. Showerheads
  4. Faucets
  5. Efficient Washing Machines
  6. Rain Sensors

Water Efficient Irrigation:

  1. Automatic Valves
  2. Sprinkler Heads
  3. Low Water Use Landscapes
  4. Leak Detection

Meter Information

SCMWD Releases

Below are press releases written by St. Charles Mesa Water District (SCMWD) for the media and public consumption.

Prohibition of Use of District Water
(March 21, 2014)