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Plan for Water

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Planning for our Community's Future

 

The Plan for Water is a public collaboration process to determine the best ways to meet the community’s demand for water over the coming decades.

The process will include a review of NID’s available water supply and the long-term impacts on varying water demands. When complete, the Plan will show how future supply and demand scenarios may be integrated into the District's water management practices to ensure the community enjoys the same high-quality water and reliable water system it has now and for the past 100 years.

The public is invited to participate in a number of workshops covering 10 stages where questions and concerns can be addressed.

This planning process will benefit from public outreach that increases understanding of water resource challenges, and considers the community’s long-term plans and priorities.

What are the Plan for Water objectives?

Working together as a community is based on the following six objectives:

  • Assess our water situation together
  • Develop a deeper understanding of subsequent impacts to community interests and the community’s future
  • Provide a forum for community members to offer their input
  • Focus on overarching policies and not on specific projects
  • Understand what is really important to the community and why
  • Create a 50-year plan using the best information available at this time

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Promise to the Public

Working together as a community is based on the following objectives for the Plan:

  • Assess our water situation together
  • Develop a deeper understanding of subsequent impacts to community interests and the community’s future
  • Provide a forum for community members to offer their input, as opposed to a closed process consisting only of technical experts. Focus on overarching strategic policies and not on specific projects
  • Understand what is really important to the community and why
  • Pursue community solutions within NID’s legal responsibilities to its customers and landowners within its service area.

The Plan for Water is a community collaboration process to determine the best ways to meet the community’s demand for water over the coming decades.

Let us know what you think: write us with comments or questions at pfw@nidwater.com

 

 

 

 

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