Project included the construction of a new membrane bioreactor wastewater treatment facility and recycled water facility.
The project also included the construction of a new wastewater collection system and recycled water distribution pipeline.
Approximately 32,000 linear feet (six miles) of wastewater and recycled water lines were installed
All developed properties are now connected, including all City-owned properties.
Recycled water is currently being used at Malibu Bluffs Park. Any excess of recycled water is then sent to the injection wells for final disposal.
Currently treating an average flow of 50,000 – 70,000 gallons per day.
All treated flow has been in compliance with permit requirements.
Phase One Capital Cost: $60.1 million
The connected parcels are required to pay for the operation and maintenance of the system in accordance with the Wastewater & Recycled Water Rates.
Phase One Financing
At its Regular meeting on January 25, 2016, the City Council formed Assessment District 2015-1 (Civic Center Wastewater Treatment Facility – Phase 1), following ballot approval by a majority of the impacted property owners in the Civic Center. The Council also adopted Resolution No. 16-07 approving the Assessment Engineer’s Report, in which the individual parcel assessments were determined.