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File #: 20-1002    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Board of Directors Item Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 10/22/2020 In control: Board of Directors
On agenda: 10/27/2020 Final action:
Title: Water Supply Master Plan 2040 Monitoring and Assessment Program Annual Report and Water Demands Update.
Attachments: 1. Attachment 1: 2020 MAP Report, 2. Attachment 2: PowerPoint, 3. *Handout 4.2-A: Revised PowerPoint
BOARD AGENDA MEMORANDUM


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Water Supply Master Plan 2040 Monitoring and Assessment Program Annual Report and Water Demands Update.


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RECOMMENDATION:
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Receive and discuss information on the Water Supply Master Plan 2040 Monitoring and Assessment Program Annual Report and Water Demands Update.


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SUMMARY:
The Water Supply Master Plan 2040 (Master Plan) is Santa Clara Valley Water District's (Valley Water) strategy for providing a reliable and sustainable water supply in a cost-effective manner consistent with Board Policy E-2.1 "There is a reliable, clean water supply for current and future generations". It informs investment decisions by describing the type and level of water supply investments Valley Water is planning to make through 2040, the anticipated schedule, the associated costs and benefits, and how the plan will be monitored and adjusted through the Master Plan's Monitoring and Assessment Program (MAP).

The Master Plan, which was adopted by the Board of Directors (Board) in November 2019, defines a new level of service goal, provides an investment strategy, and recommends water supply projects that achieve the investment strategy and level of service goal. However, new data, modeling, and project information is available each year and needs to be integrated into the Master Planning process to determine if the recommended projects will still achieve the level of service goal by providing Valley Water a reliable water supply that is resilient to future uncertainties. Therefore, the MAP integrates new information and tracks changes forecasted for existing water supplies (e.g., imported water contract supplies, local water supplies and infrastructure, etc.), potential future water supply projects, and forecasted demands. MAP helps ensure Valley Water is effectively and efficiently implementing the Master Plan and includes a report to the Board at least annually. The Board can use the MAP report to support annual stra...

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