FUTURE WATER USE is shown, with central El Dorado Hills expected to use 400 acre-feet in 2025 and 450 in 2035; Dixon Ranch expected to use 152 acre-feet in 2015, 517 in 2025 and 482 in 2035; Lime Rock Valley expected to use 272 acre-feet in 2025 and 573 in 2035; and Marble Valley expected to use 1,285 acre-feet in 2025 and 2,177 in 2035. Courtesy image


Water available to serve current, future customers

By From page A1 | September 02, 2013

A freshly minted Water Supply Assessment prepared by a consultant said there will be enough water to serve both current and future customers as well as four proposed developments that will require an amendment to the El Dorado County General Plan.

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