East Bay Municipal Utility District, California

Population (Year): 685000  (2018)

The East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD) faces several infrastructure challenges related to providing reliable and sustainable water and wastewater services to its customers. One of the main issues is the need to maintain and upgrade aging water infrastructure, including pipes, pumps, and treatment facilities, to ensure reliable service and meet regulatory requirements. Another challenge is the need to address the impacts of drought and climate change, which can affect the quality and availability of water resources. The district must also manage stormwater and wastewater effectively to protect public health and the environment. Additionally, EBMUD must invest in innovative solutions and technologies to improve efficiency and reduce water waste. Overall, addressing these infrastructure challenges requires significant investment in the district’s water and wastewater systems to ensure long-term sustainability and resilience.

East Bay Municipal Utility District

Sample Highlights from the Capital Improvement Plan

Project ID

Project Title

Project Start Year

Project Description

Project Spend Total

Page Ref

Project Satus


Aqueduct Cathodic Protection


“This recurring project includes annual investigations and periodic renewal of the Mokelumne
Aqueducts’ 44 cathodic protection systems (CPSs). These systems prevent the corrosion of steel
pipelines that come into contact with soil and require periodic replacement of expendable
components, such as anode beds and power supplies.
FY21-22 work includes site evaluations to determine the status of each CPS and prioritization of
improvement projects. FY23-26 work includes replacing obsolete and inefficient rectifier power
supplies and improving obsolete deep well anode beds.
FY27-31 work will continue to evaluate, repair, replace, and improve CPSs as necessary to
maintain aqueduct cathodic protection.”





Pipeline System Improvements


“This is an ongoing program that focuses on projects to improve water quality, system performance,
capacity, reliability, and maintainability of the distribution system.
FY21 accomplishments include design and construction of the Glen Pipeline and Southern Skyline
Pipeline Improvement Projects, design start construction of the pipeline improvements in Orinda,
and design and construction of approximately 1.5 miles of pipeline system improvement and 4-inch
reliability replacements projects.
FY22-26 work will include design and construction of Grand Ave Phase 2 Pipeline, 2,000 feet of 24-
inch pipeline for the Alcosta Rate Control Station, one mile per year of pipeline system
improvements, and 0.5 miles of 4-inch reliability replacements.
FY27-31 work will include the design and construction of one mile per year of pipeline system
improvements and 0.5 miles of 4-inch reliability replacements.”





Trans Main Cathodic Protection


“This project will investigate and prioritize CP upgrades for transmission mains and large diameter
pipelines, and reconfigure obsolete CP systems.
FY22-26 work includes improvements to the CP systems for the Upper San Leandro Raw Water
Pipeline and the South 30 Aqueduct. Transmission main improvements will include design and
installation of remote monitoring for each of the transmission main CP rectifier power supplies.”



Not Started


ERF Purchases for Copiers


“The ERF was established to address planning and funding for the replacement of specified
equipment on a regular, predictable replacement schedule. This project is for the purchase of new
and replacement copiers throughout the District.”



Not Started


ERF Current PCs/Desktop/Laptop


“The ERF was established to address planning and funding for the replacement of specified
equipment on a regular, predictable replacement schedule. This project is for annual purchases of
a limited amount of personal computers and laptops.”



Not Started

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