Facts & Figures

Orange County coastline

1932

South Coast Water District established

4

Communities served: Dana Point, South Laguna Beach, parts of San Clemente and San Juan Capistrano

88

Full-time employees

5

Board of Director seats

Potable Water Distribution System

158

Miles of pipe

9

Pump stations

12,360

Water meters (approximate)

13

Reservoirs

21.6 million gallons

Reservoir capacity

12.8 additional million gallons

Storage available in the Bradt Reservoir, part of the  Joint Regional Water Supply System

16.6 additional million gallons

Storage available in Santa Margarita Water District's Upper Chiquita Reservoir

.98 additional million gallons

Storage available in Moulton Niguel Water District's Reservoir 1-E

Recycled Water System

20

Miles of pipe

3

Pump stations

2

Recycled water reservoirs

3.7 million gallons

Available storage in both reservoirs combined

2,250 gallons per minute

Combined maximum production capacity of the Advanced Wastewater Treatment facility and Aliso Creek Water Reclamation Facility

1 million gallons per day

Right to store in the Moulton Niguel Water District Reclaimed Water Reservoir RW-3

Sewer System

13

Lift stations

140

Miles of pipe

3.2

Miles of force mains

2

Miles of 24" sewer interceptor line housed within the tunnel

Joint Regional Supply System (JRWSS)

38

Miles of transmission lines

2

Reservoirs

Emergency Supply

7

Days of water storage at normal usage levels

14

Days of water storage if special conservation measures were put into effect, such as no irrigation permitted

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