One Water LA 2040 Plan: Trigger-Based Implementation Strategy for Future Integration

On July 18, 2019, Ms. Azya Jackson of City of Los Angeles – LA Sanitation & Environment presented the One Water LA 2040 Plan to a group of 45-people at the Karl Strauss Brewery in Downtown LA.

The One Water LA 2040 Plan (Plan) takes a holistic and collaborative approach to consider all of the City’s water resources from surface water, groundwater, potable water, wastewater, recycled water, dry-weather runoff, and stormwater as “One Water.” Also, the Plan identifies multi-departmental and multi-agency integration opportunities to manage water in a more efficient, cost effective, and sustainable manner.

The Plan represents the City’s continued and improved commitment to proactively manage all its water resources and implement innovative solutions, driven by the Sustainable City pLAn. The Plan will help guide strategic decisions for integrated water projects, programs, and policies within the City.

These activities are critical to One Water LA’s success, identifying multi-departmental and multiagency integration opportunities to  efficiently, cost-effectively, and sustainably manage water. The One Water LA 2040 Plan represents the City’s continued and improved commitment to collaboration and integrated management of all its water resources and implementation of innovative solutions.

The Plan will help guide future strategic decisions when prioritizing and implementing integrated water, wastewater, and stormwater infrastructure projects, programs, and policies within the City.

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