The Greater Los Angeles Area Council, Boy Scouts of America (GLAAC BSA) operate the Camp Trask Scout Reservation located in the Monrovia foothills. Funds will support updating their water system at Camp Trask. The current water system is out of compliance with the State of California Water Resources Control Board, Division of Drinking Water (DDW), who determined that the tap water is not safe for drinking, cooking, hand washing or bathing. As a result, public use of the facility is severely impacted as visitors must bring in all their own potable water for the duration of their stay. The support from RMC will be used to hire an engineering consultant to determine the camp's various water system needs and provide an engineering estimate of expected costs. The resulting report will enable GLAAC BSA to pursue additional funding opportunities to move forward with the necessary procurement, installation, and construction of the proposed improvements and upgrades, and ultimately restore the camp’s potable water access.
Greater Los Angeles Area Council - Boy Scouts of America (GLAAC-BSA)
Infrastructure Improvement, Water Management
Project Benefits a Disadvantaged Community (or SDAC):