Continue to monitor and protect water quality and implement improvement projects in the watershed.
The City will continue its active participation and collaboration with other agencies within the Trinity Watershed to protect water quality. The City will establish goals for pollutant levels in its waterbodies within watersheds in the DWU service area and partner with other agencies to achieve these goals.
The City will expand its current Water Quality Monitoring Program for reservoirs, streams and creeks to develop methods to include other surface water bodies and expand upon the parameters monitored. The City will implement improvement projects to improve quality as needed.
The City will consider creating a Watershed Protection Plan for Whiterock Creek in order to protect public health (this creek is currently listed as ‘impaired’ for bacteria). Improving the water quality of the creek can also provide benefits to the operational efficiency of the water treatment plan.