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1 Water Services Department Arizona Mexico Commission Bi-National Meeting March 9-11, 2008 David Cavazos Deputy City Manager Water Services Department Arizona Mexico Commission Bi-National Meeting March 9-11, 2008 David Cavazos Deputy City Manager City Of Phoenix

2 City of Phoenix Overview Population of 1.5 Million Council-Manager Form of Government 30 Departments Over 14,000 Employees FY Budget: $3.6 Billion Population of 1.5 Million Council-Manager Form of Government 30 Departments Over 14,000 Employees FY Budget: $3.6 Billion The City of Phoenix is the 5 th largest city in the U.S., and one of the fastest growing over the past decade.

3 Water Services Department Overview Operating Budget (07-08): $266 Million Capital Improvement Program Budget (5-Year): $2.2 Billion Revenue Collected (06-07): $482 Million 402,000 Accounts 1.5 Million Water Customers 2.5 Million Wastewater Services Customers (Regional System) 20 Divisions/Functions 1,400 Employees Operating Budget (07-08): $266 Million Capital Improvement Program Budget (5-Year): $2.2 Billion Revenue Collected (06-07): $482 Million 402,000 Accounts 1.5 Million Water Customers 2.5 Million Wastewater Services Customers (Regional System) 20 Divisions/Functions 1,400 Employees

4 City of Phoenix Water Services Department David Cavazos Deputy City Manager Tammy Perkins Acting Director Barbara Glaus Assistant Director Administration Greg Ramon Assistant Director Operations Carlos Padilla Assistant Director Technical Services Ray Quay Assistant Director Development Planning

5 Water Production Phoenix Has 6 Water Treatment Plants Minimum Daily Delivery 178 MGD* Average Daily Delivery296 MGD* Maximum Daily Delivery427 MGD* Maximum Production Capacity700 MGD* Annual Water Production102 Billion Gallons *Million Gallons per Day

6 Water Production Colorado River (CAP) Salt River (SRP) Verde River (SRP) SRP ELIGIBLE 24 th St. 30% 65% 5% is from Wells

7 Water Distribution System 118,899 Valves 6,790 Miles of Water Mains 51,345 Fire Hydrants 109 Booster Pump Stations 71 Reservoirs (488 Million Gallon Capacity) SCADA Computer System 118,899 Valves 6,790 Miles of Water Mains 51,345 Fire Hydrants 109 Booster Pump Stations 71 Reservoirs (488 Million Gallon Capacity) SCADA Computer System

8 5,850 System Repairs Annually (Including Mains, Services, and Hydrants) 6,175 Service and Valve Installations Annually Water Distribution System Repairs

9 Wastewater Collection System 4,824 Miles Sanitary Sewer Lines 95,293 Manholes/Cleanouts 26 Lift Stations 29 Odor Control Sites >1,600 Miles of Hydraulic/Mechanical Pipe Cleaning >334 Miles of Closed Circuit Inspection of Piping <75 Sanitary Sewer Overflows 4,824 Miles Sanitary Sewer Lines 95,293 Manholes/Cleanouts 26 Lift Stations 29 Odor Control Sites >1,600 Miles of Hydraulic/Mechanical Pipe Cleaning >334 Miles of Closed Circuit Inspection of Piping <75 Sanitary Sewer Overflows

10 Wastewater Treatment Plants 91 st Avenue WWTP Total Capacity – 179 MGD* Plant owned by SROB – Glendale, Mesa, Phoenix, Scottsdale, & Tempe. Phoenix operates and owns 54% of total capacity. 23 rd Avenue WWTP Total Capacity – 63 MGD* Treated wastewater - effluent - from Phoenix’s facilities is so clean it almost meets standards for drinking water. * Million Gallons per Day Cave Creek Reclamation Water Management Plant Total Capacity – 8 MGD 102 Billion Gallons Treated Annually

11 Challenges Facing Water Services Aging Infrastructure Water and Wastewater Master Plans Drought/Conservation Efforts Growth Capital Improvement Funding Workforce Planning Water Resource Management Aging Infrastructure Water and Wastewater Master Plans Drought/Conservation Efforts Growth Capital Improvement Funding Workforce Planning Water Resource Management

12 Capital Improvement Program Water Projects By Type By Category Water Treatment Plants 42% Wells, Boosters, Reservoirs 7% Automation, Security, Studies, Misc. 11% Water Mains 40% Environmental/Health 15% Reliability/ Growth 46% Replacement/ Rehabilitation 39% TOTAL = $1.41 BILLION

13 Key Water Projects/Programs Western Canal WTP$369.0 M Plant & Groundwater Treatment ($306.0 M); Transmission Mains ($63 M) Water Main Replacement, Relocations, and Repair$324.0 M Val Vista Main Rehab ($35.6 M); Large Transmission Mains Rehab ($84.1 M) Distribution Mains Replacement ($109.8 M); NW Light Rail Extension ($15 M) SDWA Compliance at Treatment Plants$193.5 M Plant Filters – Phoenix Share ($124.1 M); GAC Recycling Facility ($69.4 M) New Mains & Service Connections$148.9 M Lake Pleasant WTP Transmission Main ($66.4 M); East Camelback Residential Pressure Improvements ($49.0 M) Improvements to Wells, Boosters, and Reservoirs $59.9 M WTP Rehabilitation and Operational Improvements $62.8 M Deer Valley Basins ($10.1 M); Treatment Optimization ($10.7 M) Meter Replacement Project (Automatic Meter Reading) $32.0 M New Customer Information System (in Development Phase) $30.0 M TOTAL $1.2 B

14 Capital Improvement Program Wastewater Projects By Type By Category Sewers, Lift Stations 67% Automation, Studies, Misc. 5% Wastewater Treatment Plants 28% Repair/Replacement 21% Environmental 7% Reliability/ Growth 72% TOTAL = $697.5 MILLION

15 Key Wastewater Projects/Programs Regional Interceptor Capacity Management $144.5 M Capacity Improvements for Phoenix Sewer $122.1 M 91 st Ave WWTP UP10 Expansion (Operational in 2016) $120.5 M Sewers & Lift Stations – New / Improved $77.4 M Estrella Lift Station ($57.0 M) Sewer Rehabilitation / Replacement, Relocation, Repairs $85.2 M Light Rail Extension ($15 M) WWTP Rehabilitation and Operational Improvements $36.0 M 91 st Ave WWTP Odor Control Facilities Phase II $22.6 M Odor Control Interceptor Sewers $16.4 M Automation Systems (Process, Maintenance $12.8 M Management, Customer Information) TOTAL $637.5 M

16 WATER & WASTEWATER RATE COMPARISONS COMBINED AVERAGE SINGLE-FAMILY MONTHLY BILL FOR TWENTY LARGEST U.S. CITIES Water Environmental Water $/MO Wastewater Environmental Wastewater Effective March 3, 2008 Phoenix

17 WATER & WASTEWATER RATE COMPARISONS COMBINED AVERAGE SINGLE-FAMILY MONTHLY BILL METRO AREA Water Environmental Water $/MO Wastewater Environmental Wastewater $54.34 $52.63 $49.83 $48.44 $36.74 $32.95 $56.06 Effective March 3, 2008 Phoenix

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