Proposition 84 Delta Water Quality Grants

Stockton’s Delta Water Supply Project Intake Project

Construction of the City of Stockton’s Delta Water Supply Project Intake Project

The Proposition 84 Delta Water Quality Program provided $90 million in grants to implement Delta water quality improvement projects that protect drinking water supplies. Eligible projects were separated into two groups: (1) The Group I projects were those identified in the June 2005 Delta Region Drinking Water Quality Management Plan, with a priority for design and construction of the relocation of drinking water intake facilities for in-delta water users (2) The Group II projects were those projects at Franks Tract and other locations in the Delta that will reduce salinity or other pollutants at agricultural and drinking water intakes.


Grant funding has been awarded to the following projects:

Group Number

Grantee

Project Title

Funding Amount

I

City of Stockton Municipal Utilities Department

Delta Water Supply Project Intake and Pump Station Facility

$12,521,052

I

Contra Costa Water District

Middle River Intake and Pumping Plant

$28,894,738

I

Solano County Water Agency

North Bay Aqueduct Alternate Intake

$4,334,210

II

City of Lodi

White Slough Water Pollution Control Facility Storage Expansion and Surface, Agricultural, and Groundwater Supply Improvement Project

$4,600,000

II

City of Tracy

City of Tracy’s Recycled Water Project

$18,000,000

II

Contra Costa Water District

Rock Slough Water Quality Improvements: Contra Costa Canal Replacement Project

$14,000,000

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