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A Plan for Public Facilities: Sustaining the Rural ... - Fauquier County

A Plan for Public Facilities: Sustaining the Rural ... - Fauquier County

Service Areas Water

Service Areas Water Facilities Working through Emory and Garrett Groundwater, Inc. (EGGI), the County is preparing a Water Management Plan for the nine service districts. This plan will include geotechnical evaluation, hydrologic studies, production well development and management strategies to adequately prepare for the water needs to serve the growing population and business development in the service districts. Preliminary reports involving geotechnical evaluation of the ground to determine potential areas for further study have been prepared for the Warrenton, Marshall, New Baltimore, Remington and Opal Service Districts. A detailed report has been prepared for some areas within New Baltimore and EGGI is currently working in Marshall to identify well production sites to help address the current needs in Marshall. The following two service areas are in immediate need for improvement to the water facilities. Marshall Service District: The Marshall Service District currently has a water supply deficit. Marshall was originally served by two water systems, with the Marshall Water Works serving the central town portion and FCWSA providing service in the southern and eastern portions of the Service District. These two systems are now being consolidated under FCWSA ownership. In preparation for the acquisition of the Marshall Water Works in 2006, the FCWSA prepared a Preliminary Upgrade Plan in 2004 to bring the system into a position where it could adequately supply current users and future development. Phase 1 distribution lines have been installed in Winchester Road and West Main Street. These lines were planned to tie into two new production wells with a capacity of 150,000 gallons per day each and a 300,000 gallon storage tank on the 17/66 Industrial Property, located just north of I-66 at the intersection of Route 17 in the south/central portion of the Service District. The wells and tank are expected to be constructed by the developer in the near future (while a good portion of these new facilities will serve the 17/66 development, part of the capacity generated will be available to help alleviate the overall deficit in the Service District). FCWSA is currently completing construction of a 121,000 gallon tank on Stephenson Hill (Cannon Ridge tank). The tank and well improvements, plus the addition of production wells in the Marshall area, will provide sufficient capacity to serve the entire Service District with both domestic and fire flows upon completion of the distribution system (Phases 1-3). Current work in locating potential new production wells is underway. Phase 2 distribution system improvements involve East Main Street, Rectortown Road to Mountain View and a loop through Salem, Frost and Anderson Streets. Phase 3 improvements include extensions along East Main Street, north on Rectortown Road and outlying areas, and to infill areas not previously served. An additional water tank may be needed in the future on the east side of the Service District to provide fire flow capability for the industrial and commercial uses in the Whiting Road area. Opal Service District: The Opal Service District has a projected water demand of 380,000 gpd, based on development in the Service District through 2020. Approximately 75% of this demand is for planned commercial and industrial development. The three small existing systems serving residential subdivisions are quite undersized and cannot accommodate fire flows for the existing residences served, nor for the domestic service needs of planned commercial and residential development in the area. Consolidation of the three small systems and total system upgrade is needed to support new development. A high quality production well has been located within the A Plan for Public Facilities December 2009 Page 62

Opal Service District. In August 2008, a water study for the Opal system, Opal Water System Improvements, Preliminary Engineering Report, was prepared by Dewberry and Davis, LLC for FCWSA. Construction of the water system is proposed by FCWSA in three phases, as follows: Phase 1: Construction of the production well, an elevated 250,000 gallon storage tank and a 12” water main along Opal Road to the intersection of Routes 15/29 and 17 to meet growing commercial development needs and to tie into the three existing water systems for increased reliability. Phases 2 and 3: Extension of water mains into other areas of the Service District. Additionally, the Midland Service District is the location of the Warrenton-Fauquier Airport and is planned largely for a significant amount of industrial and warehouse uses. About two-thirds of the approximately 1,000 acres within the Midland Service District are zoned for industrial use. There is no central water system for the airport or for the land uses within the service district. The airport is currently served by several wells, providing a minimal level of domestic service. In order for the area to develop and thrive as planned, the development of or connection to a centralized water system will be necessary to meet the domestic and fire suppression needs of the area. Wastewater Facilities Catlett, Calverton and Midland Village Service Districts: These Village Service Districts have experienced failing septic systems due to poor soils and there is documented need for health remediation of these systems. A variety of alternatives for providing wastewater treatment facilities to these areas have been proposed over the years. The plan for these Village Service Districts has recently been revised 12 to more realistically plan for future sewer service, with the goal first to address the need for remediation for those properties with failing septic systems and secondly to accommodate a moderate amount of infill growth to these villages. The following table delineates the desired phases and planned capacity in gallons per day (gpd) for future sewer service. Table 12: Planned Wastewater Phases for Village Service Districts Village Service District Phase 1 (gpd) Remediation Phase 2 (gpd) Infill Development Total (gpd) Phases 1 and 2 Catlett 37,500 Above 37,500 150,000 Calverton 37,500 Above 37,500 150,000 Midland Not determined Not determined 100,000 Development of new treatment plants and point source discharges has been eliminated from the new DEQ discharge allocations. The revised (not yet adopted) 2009 Catlett, Calverton and Midland Village Service District Plan outlines a series of options to provide public sewer 12 The 2009 Plan for the Catlett, Calverton and Midland Village Service Districts is currently under consideration by the Board of Supervisors and has not yet been adopted. A Plan for Public Facilities December 2009 Page 63

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