The Town of Discovery Bay Community Services District (“District”) was formed in July 1998, with the latent powers or/responsibility of providing water and wastewater services to the community of
Currently the District owns:
- Four (4) water production wells with one (1) additional well that is under construction and to be completed by July of 2010. On a summer day, the District will pump approximately 4 to 5 million gallons of water per day, of which a large portion of that is being used for irrigation.
- Two (2) water treatment facilities with water storage capacity of 2 ½ million gallons of treated water.
- Two (2) wastewater treatment facilities that treat an average of 1.8-million gallons of wastewater per day.
- Fifteen (15) wastewater lift stations that transports/moves the raw wastewater to the main wastewater treatment facility.
- Sixty (60) miles of water and wastewater mains.
- One (1) State-of-the-Art Bio-Solids System which produces compost that is used in our common landscape areas.
Our water and wastewater facilities are operated and maintained by Veolia Water under a multi-year contract. Also, the District has a partnership with the
March 15, 2011 - Water & Wastes Digest; Source: U.S. EPA