Cadiz Valley Water Conservation, Recovery and Storage Project
The Cadiz Water Project is a partnership between Cadiz and public water agencies intended to create a new water supply for approximately 100,000 Southern California families and make available up to 1 million acre-feet of new groundwater storage capacity. West Yost continues to support Phase I of the Project, the Conservation and Recovery component, which includes developing the Project wellfield and implementing the Groundwater Management, Monitoring and Mitigation Plan (GMMMP).
Recent Task Orders have focused on the following:
- Well rehabilitation for existing Project water supply wells including baseline well performance and water quality evaluation.
- Implementation of automated long-term water level and water quality monitoring at strategic locations within the Cadiz Valley to evaluate baseline conditions prior to Project construction.
- Comprehensive water quality testing and water level monitoring to establish baseline conditions for the Project.