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File #: 21-0263    Version: 1
Type: Public Hearing - Staff Report Status: Agenda Ready
In control: City Council Regular Meeting
On agenda: 11/2/2021 Final action: 11/2/2021
Title: Public Hearing for the Draft 2020 Urban Water Management Plan/Water Shortage Contingency Plan and Consideration of Adoption of a Resolution for the 2020 Urban Water Management Plan and Adoption of a Resolution for the Water Shortage Contingency Plan (Public Works Director Lee). A) CONDUCT PUBLIC HEARING B) ADOPT RESOLUTION NOS. 21-0099 AND 21-0100
Attachments: 1. Resolution No. 21-0099, 2. Resolution No. 21-0100, 3. 2020 Draft UWMP, 4. PowerPoint Presentation (Stetson Engineers, Inc.)
TO:
Honorable Mayor and Members of the City Council

THROUGH:
Bruce Moe, City Manager

FROM:
Erick Lee, Public Works Director
Lourdes Vargas, Utilities Manager

SUBJECT:Title
Public Hearing for the Draft 2020 Urban Water Management Plan/Water Shortage Contingency Plan and Consideration of Adoption of a Resolution for the 2020 Urban Water Management Plan and Adoption of a Resolution for the Water Shortage Contingency Plan (Public Works Director Lee).
A) CONDUCT PUBLIC HEARING
B) ADOPT RESOLUTION NOS. 21-0099 AND 21-0100
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Recommended Action
RECOMMENDATION:
Staff recommends that the City Council hold a public hearing and adopt Resolution No. 21-0099 and Resolution No. 21-0100, which adopt the 2020 Urban Water Management Plan (UWMP) and Water Shortage Contingency Plan (WSCP), respectively, and authorize the Public Works Director or designee to file the 2020 Urban Water Management Plan and Water Shortage Contingency Plan with the California State Water Resources Board.

FISCAL IMPLICATIONS:
There is no fiscal impact associated with this item.

BACKGROUND:
The Urban Water Management Planning Act requires every public and private urban water supplier that directly or indirectly provides water for municipal purposes to prepare and adopt an urban water management plan and to update its plan once every five years. The City adopted its last plan in 2017.

The requirements for UWMPs are found in two sections of California Water Code, ? 10610-10656 and ? 10608. Every urban water supplier that either provides over 3,000 acre-feet of water annually, or serves more than 3,000 urban connections is required to submit an UWMP.

The City had approximately 13,346 active water connections and supplied 4,856 acre-feet of water to its customers in calendar year 2020; therefore, the City is subject to the Urban Water Management Planning Act. The City's 2020 UWMP includes the following sections:

* UWMP Introduction and...

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