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LEE COUNTY UTILITIES DIVISION Integrated Water Resources Master Plan.

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1 LEE COUNTY UTILITIES DIVISION Integrated Water Resources Master Plan

2 Agenda  Goals of Plan  LCU Service Areas  Water and Wastewater Projections  Gap Analysis  Recommendations  Next Steps

3 Goals  Provide guide to meet 2030 projected demands  Select water resources that address: Reliability Diversity and redundancy Environmental stewardship Regulatory uncertainty  Utilize storage to manage abundant seasonal supplies  Develop regional transmission system

4 LCU Water Supply Service Areas

5 LCU WWTP Service Areas

6 2008-2030 Water and Wastewater Projections Maximum Monthly Daily Demand (MMDD) YearLCULCU & Lehigh 2008 Actual (MGD)*27.230.6 2030 Estimated (MGD)48.272.2 Difference (MGD)+21.0+41.6 Water: Wastewater: YearLCULCU & Lehigh LCU & NFM LCU, Lehigh & NFM 2008 Actual (MGD)18.622.121.024.5 2030 Estimated (MGD)32.052.039.359.3 Difference (MGD)+13.4+29.9+18.3+34.8 * Million Gallons Per Day

7 2030 Water System Gap Analysis Water System Service Area 2030 Permanent Population Reliable Capacity 2030 MMDD (MGD) Required Constructed Capacity MMDD / RF (MGD) Current Permitted Treatment Capacity (MGD) Current Functional Capacity (MGD) 2030 Additional Capacity Need (MGD) North 79,590 12.2 14.47.505.58.9 Olga 51,185 7.9 9.35.004.44.8 South 183,143 28.1 33.129.3026.96.1 Totals 313,918 48.2 56.8 41.80 36.819.9* Lehigh 156,942 24.1 28.35.03.524.8 Totals 470,860 72.3 84.1 46.8 40.344.7 Gap Analysis including Lehigh Acres area

8 2030 Wastewater System Gap Analysis WWTP Service Area 2030 Estimated MMDF (MGD) 2030 Required Constructed Capacity (MGD) Current Functional Capacity (MGD) 2030 Capacity Deficit {Surplus} (MGD) City of Fort Myers South*7.068.836.96 (Allocated)0.10 (capacity deficit) City of Ft Myers Raleigh* 5.496.864.51 (Allocated)0.98 (capacity deficit) Fiesta Village 4.085.105.000.10 Fort Myers Beach 3.944.926.00{1.08} Gateway 1.391.732.50 (2008 const){0.77} High Point 0.0070.010.025{0.016} Pine Island 1.241.550.251.30 San Carlos 0.410.510.300.21 Three Oaks 6.718.386.002.38 Waterway 1.642.051.250.80 Totals31.9739.9432.804.00 North Fort Myers 7.359.197.501.69 Lehigh 19.9924.993.5021.49 Totals 59.3074.13 43.8027.18 Gap Analysis Including North Fort Myers and Lehigh Acres area

9 Source Water and Water Treatment Plants  North Service Area Expand North Lee WTP to 15 MGD Increase brackish groundwater supply Decommission Waterway Estates WTP Increase connectivity amongst service areas  Olga Service Area Expand Olga WTP capacity to 10 mgd Improve river supply with ASR (limitations w/2 ASRs) Introduce brackish groundwater supply Increase connectivity amongst service areas

10 Source Water and Water Treatment Plants (Cont)  South Service Area Replace Green Meadow 9 mgd with new 14 mgd WTP Maintain capacity at Corkscrew and Pinewoods WTPs Increase treated water ASRs (success at Corkscrew w/5 ASRs) Investigate groundwater to groundwater ASR Investigate connectivity with other raw water supplies Increase connectivity amongst service areas Distribution Connectivity – 29 identified major pipeline projects

11 Wastewater Service Improvements  Three Oaks Service Area Decommission San Carlos WWTP and convey flow to Three Oaks WWTP Expand Three Oaks WWTP or consider a new regional WWTP  Waterway Estates Service Area and High Point Service Area Decommission both WWTP’s Convey wastewater flow to North Fort Myers FGUA service area  North Fort Myers FGUA Service Area Purchase North Fort Myers FGUA Expand WWTP capacity

12 Reclaimed Water  West (Fort Myers Beach/Fiesta Village) Service Area Deep Injection Well to eliminate river discharge from Fiesta Village WWTP Reclaimed Water ASR/DIW for seasonal water management Interconnecting pipeline between facilities to optimize reclaim utilization  Three Oaks Service Area Develop supplemental supply for reclaimed water system to better meet demand during dry season(under design)  System-wide 82% reclaimed utilization of WWTP effluent Continue to seek strategic opportunities to offset potable water demand

13 Next Steps  Further study storage options to maximize offset of potable water through reliable reclaim water system to further reduce disposal of this commodity.  Maximize benefit of alternative water sources and reclaimed water for overall water management  Beyond disposal of reclaimed water  Find the best “value” residential, industrial, recreational direct offset of potable water  Land use and construction regulations in new development to enhance stormwater retention and Florida-friendly landscape

14 Questions ? Runoff Estuary Confining System Gulf of Mexico Floridan Aquifer Surficial Aquifer Recharge Evapotranspiration Condensation Precipitation Percolation


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