At-A-Glance

MISSION

To provide high value water and wastewater services to the customers of the Otay Water District in a professional, effective, and efficient manner.

VISION

A District that is at the forefront in innovations to provide water services at affordable rates, with a reputation for outstanding customer service.

As of September 2016

SERVICE AREA:
125.5 Square Miles or Approximately 80,140 Acres
POPULATION SERVED:
Approximately 223,754 (combined water, sewer and group quarters)
POTABLE WATER SOURCE:
Imported water purchased from the region’s water importers, the San Diego County Water Authority and the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California. The District also purchases treated water from the Helix Water District.
NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES:
135
OPERATING BUDGET:
$91.7 Million (FY 2017)
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM:
$10.7 Million (FY 2017)

POTABLE WATER SALES:

RECYCLED WATER SALES:

24,048 Acre Feet (FY 2016)

3,654 Acre Feet (FY 2016)

WATER CONNECTIONS:
SEWER CONNECTIONS:
RECYCLED CONNECTIONS:
49,596 Meters in Service
4,700 Sewer Accounts
730
TREATMENT PLANT:
1 – The Ralph W. Chapman Water Recycling Facility with a maximum capacity of 1.3 million gallons per day.
PUMP STATIONS:
 
21 Pump Stations (16 Potable Pump Stations & 5 Hydropneumatic Pump Stations)
3 Recycled Water Pump Stations
SEWER LIFT STATIONS:
5 Sewer Lift Stations
RESERVOIRS:
40 Potable Water Reservoirs
4 Recycled Water Reservoirs
WATER STORAGE CAPACITY:
218.9 Million Gallons – Potable Water Storage
43.4 Million Gallons – Recycled Water Storage
OTHER MISC. WATER FACILITIES:
727 Miles – Potable Distribution System
88 Miles – Public Sewer System
104 Miles – Recycled Distribution System
5,972 – Fire Hydrants
20,746 – Potable Water Valves
1,497 – Recycled Water Valves