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  1. Breaking Bad: The Challenge of Aging Infrastructure Los Angeles Department of Water & Power Water System March 7, 2018 By Andrew Linard, Director of Water Quality Deputy Director of Water Engineering & Technical Services Presented by the Water Association of Kern County

  2. WATER SYSTEM MISSION STATEMENT The mission of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power Water System is to provide our customers with reliable, high quality and competitively priced water services in a safe and publically and environmentally responsible manner. Presented by the Water Association of Kern County

  3. Manage infrastructure optimally Achieve customer service satisfaction rating in the top quartile of comparable utilities Diversify water supply portfolio Provide safe, high quality water Increase effectiveness of hiring, housing, training, retaining and developing staff, and of the Water System Safety Program. WATER SYSTEM FIVE-YEAR GOALS Presented by the Water Association of Kern County

  4. FACTS & FIGURES Largest Municipal Water & Power Utility in the U.S. 477 Square Mile Service Area Serving 4 Million People 157 Billion Gallons Per Year Presented by the Water Association of Kern County

  5. 50% Bay Delta – MWD 27% Los Angeles Aqueduct 12% Local Ground Water 9% Colorado River – MWD 2% Recycled Water WATER SUPPLY 5 year average FY 2013/14 to FY 2017/18 Presented by the Water Association of Kern County

  6. 7,337 miles of pipe • 300 miles of aqueduct INFRASTRUCTURE • 84 pump stations (96 service zones) • 328 pressure regulating stations & reliefs • 2806 large valves Presented by the Water Association of Kern County

  7. INFRASTRUCTURE Presented by the Water Association of Kern County

  8. Manage infrastructure optimally Achieve customer service satisfaction rating in the top quartile of comparable utilities Diversify water supply portfolio Provide safe, high quality water Increase effectiveness of hiring, housing, training, retaining and developing staff, and of the Water System Safety Program. ASSET MANAGEMENT Asset management is a way to keep the assets operational for the longest time possible at the lowest total cost. Presented by the Water Association of Kern County

  9. Condition-based as opposed to Age-based Level of Service Risk Likelihood of failure Consequence of failure ASSET MANAGEMENT Presented by the Water Association of Kern County

  10. ASSET MANAGEMENT Presented by the Water Association of Kern County

  11. Rates Grants Low/Zero Interest Loans FUNDING Presented by the Water Association of Kern County

  12. Community engagement Options and selection Demonstrable results RATES LADWP Capital Program: $1B/year over ten years Presented by the Water Association of Kern County