This project is designed to increase the recharge of storm water, recycled water, and dryweather runoff in Chino Basin by constructing recharge improvements to existing recharge and flood control facilities. Improvements at Wineville are the reconstruction of an embankment to enable long-term storage of water in the basin, construction of a new gated spillway, a controlled outlet works, a pump station and pipelines to convey storm water and dry-weather runoff from Wineville to Jurupa. The Jurupa improvements include an expansion of the diversion from San Sevaine Creek and of a pump station to enable faster transfer of runoff from Jurupa to the RP3.The RP3 improvements include the construction of a new basin to increase the amount of storage and area of recharge. The proposed project is expected to recharge the following additional supplies into the Basin: 3,166 AFY of storm water and 2,190 AFY of dry-weather runoff.
Inland Empire Utilities Agency
This project is for the purpose of increasing the recharge of storm water and dry-weather runoff in the Chino Basin by constructing recharge improvements to existing facilities, and constructing a new basin for increased storage.
Project Benefits a Disadvantaged Community (or SDAC):