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2016 PUBLIC FACILITES REPORT


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TABLE OF CONTENTS


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Table of Contents

2

Introduction

3

Boundaries

3

Current Population

3

Predominant Types of Land Use

4

Water Plant and Distribution

5

Jerry V. Warden WTF

5

Airport WTP

5

Carson Road WTP

6

Wastewater Plant Location and Capacities

6

Wastewater Collection

7

Customer Service and Administration

7

Maintenance Department

7

Projects

7

Sources

8



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IMMOKALEE WATER & SEWER DISTRICT 2015 PUBLIC FACILITIES REPORT


INTRODUCTION


The Immokalee Water and Sewer District (the "District") was created by an Act of the Florida Legislature on July 5, 1978, for the purpose of providing water and sewer services to Immokalee, Florida, an unincorporated area of Collier County, Florida. The District operates and maintains the water and sewer plants and systems as a special district of the state of Florida. The District is governed by up to a seven (7) member Board of Commissioners appointed by the Governor of the state of Florida. The Board of Commissioners administers the District, independent from any other local governing body.


The District currently employs 40 people.


BOUNDARIES


Sections 1 through 36 of Township 46 South, Range 28 East; together with Sections 1 through 6 of

Township 47 South, Range 28 East; together with Sections 1 through 36 of Township 46 South, Range 29 East; together with Sections 1 through 12, Sections 15 through 21 and that part of Section 13 lying Northeasterly of a diagonal line from the Northwest Corner to the Southeast Corner of said Section 13, Township 47 South, Range 29 East; together with Sections 6, 7, 18, 19, 30 and 31 of

Township 46 South, Range 30 East; together with Sections 6, 7, 18, and that part of Section 19 lying Northeasterly of a diagonal line from the Northwest corner to the Southeast corner of said Section 19, Township 47 South, Range 30 East. All the lands described being in Collier County, Florida. These boundaries were expanded during the 2005 Legislative Session.


CURRENT POPULATION


According to Collier County Population Projection the permanent population is 29,363 people, swelling to 36,415 people in peak harvesting months.


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PREDOMINANT TYPES OF LAND USE


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Land Use Category Acreage


Residential - all types 1,931.50

Sub-total

1,931.50

Commercial

Sub-total

523.70


523.70

Conservation

90.60

Industrial

127.10

Commercial

187.10

Institutional

386.60

Government

2,683.00

Seminole Reservation

Sub-total

423.90


3,898.30

PUD

Sub-total

1,052.39


1,052.39

Agriculture

Sub-total

9,442.10


9,442.10


TOTAL


16,847.99


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WATER PLANT AND DISTRIBUTION Dept 10


Supervisor – Bert Underwood


The District owns and maintains more than 100 miles of water distribution lines, and serves 6,436 connections or 7,641 equivalent dwelling units. The SFWMD Consumptive Use Permit allows the District to pump 1226 million gallons a year from the aquifers.


Jerry V. Warden Water Treatment Facility (S 9th Street)


Address: 1020 Sanitation Road, Immokalee, FL 34142 Constructed 1967, Upgraded 1996, and 2005.

Information: 1.5 MG of storage capacity. Treatment: Aeration, chloramination, polyphosphate (iron control) fluoride. Availability: eight wells that draw from the Hawthorne, Upper Sandstone and the Lower Tamiami Aquifer.


Current FDEP Capacity: 2.25 MGD


Demand: Jan. 2015

1.061 MGD

Jul. 2015

0.725 MGD

Feb. 2015

1.252 MGD

Aug. 2015

1.105 MGD

Mar. 2015

1.239 MGD

Sep. 2015

1.045 MGD

Apr. 2015

1.089 MGD

Oct. 2015

0.633 MGD

May 2015

1.134 MGD

Nov. 2015

0.870 MGD

Jun. 2015

0.774 MGD

Dec. 2015

1.030 MGD


Back-up power: Caterpillar 277 kw generator, diesel powered.


Airport Water Plant


Address: 700 SR 846, East; aka Airport Access Road, Immokalee FL 34142 Constructed 1985, upgraded 1992, 1996, and 2005.

Information: 0.75 MG of storage capacity. Treatment: Aeration, chloramination, polyphosphate (iron control), fluoride. Availability: three operating wells that draw from the Lower Tamiami aquifer.


Current FDEP Capacity: 1.35 MGD


Demand:

Jan. 2015

0.546 MGD

Jul. 2015

0.000 MGD

Feb. 2015

0.623 MGD

Aug. 2015

0.417 MGD

Mar. 2015

0.472 MGD

Sep. 2015

0.419 MGD

Apr. 2015

0.293 MGD

Oct. 2015

0.373 MGD

May 2015

0.314 MGD

Nov. 2015

0.410 MGD

Jun. 2015

0.688 MGD

Dec. 2015

0.530 MGD


Back-up power: Onan 200 kw generator, diesel powered.


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Carson Plant


Address: 1201 Carson Road, Immokalee FL 34142 Constructed 1975, upgraded 1992, 1996, 2006, and 2008.

Information: 1.50 MG of storage capacity. Type of treatment: Aeration, chloramination, polyphosphate (iron control), and fluoride. Availability: five wells that draw from the Lower Tamiami aquifer.


Current FDEP Capacity: 2.35 MGD


Demand: Jan. 2015

1.684 MGD

Jul. 2015

0.967 MGD

Feb. 2015

1.343 MGD

Aug. 2015

1.233 MGD

Mar. 2015

1.535 MGD

Sep. 2015

1.407 MGD

Apr. 2015

1.277 MGD

Oct. 2015

0.726 MGD

May 2015

0.907 MGD

Nov. 2015

0.680 MGD

Jun. 2015

0.901 MGD

Dec. 2015

0.520 MGD


Back-up power: Onan 400 kw generator, diesel powered.


WASTEWATER PLANT Dept. 20


Supervisor – John Short


Address: 140 White Way, Immokalee, FL 34142 Constructed 1982, Upgraded 1990, and 2013 Current FDEP Capacity: 4.0 MGD


Type of treatment: Oxidation ditch, extended aeration. The District has approximately 350 acres of effluent spray irrigation, with a 4.985 mgd deep injection well for backup.


AVG.Flow:

Jan. 2015

1.60 MGD

Jul. 2015

1.20 MGD

Feb. 2015

1.60 MGD

Aug. 2015

1.40 MGD

Mar. 2015

1.60 MGD

Sep. 2015

1.30 MGD

Apr. 2015

1.90 MGD

Oct. 2015

1.41 MGD

May 2015

1.20 MGD

Nov. 2015

1.59 MGD

Jun. 2015

1.30 MGD

Dec. 2015

1.68 MGD


Back-up power: Spectrum Detroit Diesel, Model 800DS4, diesel powered.


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Class A Sludge Treatment Process – The District completed construction in 2015. This process uses the Schwing Bioset Process to turn the District’s sludge into fertilizer.


WASTEWATER COLLECTION Dept 30


Supervisor - Hector Ramos


The District owns and maintains 44 lift stations and more than 80 miles of wastewater collection lines.


CUSTOMER SERVICE & ADMINISTRATION Dept. 40


Supervisor – Oona Reyna-Rodriguez


Location: 1020 Sanitation Road, Immokalee, FL 34142


MAINTENANCE Dept. 50


Supervisor – Derys Maldonado


Location: 140 White Way, Immokalee, FL 34142


UPCOMING PROJECTS


Project Description:


REPLACEMENT OF AC WATER LINES AND UPGRADE OF 2 AND 3 INCH WATER MAINS – This project is

set to begin in 2016. The project will involve removing the asbestos cement water lines throughout the District, and to upgrade the 2 and 3 inch water mains throughout the community. It is expected to cost over $23,000,000.


VARIOUS LIFT STATION IMPROVEMENTS AND SEWER MAIN LINING – The District will rehabilitate several lift stations throughout the District, and add emergency backup power. It will also utilize cast-in-place lining to restore functionality to sewer mains throughout the District. The project is slated to begin in 2016, and is estimated to cost $3,000,000.


PUBLIC ACCESS RE-USE PROJECT – This project will provide public access reuse to various parts of the Immokalee community. It is slated to begin in 2017, and will cost approximately $2,000,000.


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SOURCES


Boundaries - State of Florida, Laws of Florida, Chapter 2005-298, (House Bill 733).


Current Population & Seasonal Population – Collier County IAMP Data & Analysis - March 2010


Existing and Future Land Use – Collier County IMMOKALEE AREA MASTER PLAN DATA & ANALYSIS – March 2010


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