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The Water System Improvement Program (WSIP) includes 87 projects that will benefit every resident and business receiving water from the Hetch Hetchy Regional Water System. Because the system crosses three of the nation's most active earthquake faults, the WSIP is first and foremost a program that will enhance our system's seismic reliability to ensure a safe and reliable water system for 2.6 million customers in Alameda, Santa Clara, San Mateo, and San Francisco counties.

The following WSIP projects are currently in construction:

ACRPAlameda Creek Recapture Project

Recapture water released and bypassed at Calaveras Dam and Alameda Creek Diversion Dam and return it to the SFPUC water system.

BHR Bioregional Habitat Restoration

Provide a coordinated and consolidated approach to compensate for habitat impacts that result from implementation of WSIP projects.

Calaveras DamCalaveras Dam Replacement

Replace the existing, seismically unsafe dam by constructing a new dam located downstream and restore the reservoir water storage to its original capacity.

ACDDFish Passage Facilities within the Alameda Creek Watershed

Upgrade the existing Alameda Creek Diversion Dam with a new fish passage and stream diversion facilities.

RGSRegional Groundwater Storage & Recovery

Balance the use of both groundwater and surface water to increase water supply reliability during dry years or in emergencies.

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Last updated: 12/5/2017 10:09:56 AM