|Dec 2016||Well 1 - Corporation Yard||Select well driller and approve the well drilling contract|
|Early 2017||Well 1 - Corporation Yard||Drill the well|
|Early 2017||Well 1 - Corporation Yard
||Release wellhead facilities bid package|
|Spring 2017||Well 1 - Corporation Yard
||Select wellhead facilities construction firm and approve the wellhead facilities construction contract|
|Spring/Summer 2017||Well 1 - Corporation Yard
||Construct wellhead facilities|
|Summer 2017||Well 1 - Corporation Yard
||State Water Board to approve the Drinking Water Permit|
|October 2016||Well 1 - Corporation Yard||Release
|July 2016||Well 2 and 3||City Council approves an agreement with Infrastructure Engineering Consultants for $1,607,450 to identify the next two well locations, prepare environmental documents, design the emergency wells, and provide construction support.
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|July 2016||Well 1 - Corporation Yard|| Planning Commission approves the use permit for the emergency generator.
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|June 2016||Well 1 - Corporation Yard|| City Council approves Mitigated Negative Declaration.
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|January 2016||Well 1 - Corporation Yard||The State Water Board approves construction of an emergency water well at the Corporation Yard.|
||Well 1 - Corporation Yard||Community meeting at the Corporation Yard.|
|April 2013||Well 1 - Corporation Yard||Install two noise monitors on city-owned streetlights to determine the Corporation Yard's baseline noise levels; the monitors were removed after one week.|
|January 2013||City Council approves an agreement with Infrastructure Engineering Consultants for $430,691 to design an emergency well at the Corporation Yard, revising the well site ranking to include two additional sites at Alma Site and Pope/Laurel Site, and initiating public outreach for Tier 2 & 3 sites shown in the revised Well Site Ranking. These sites include Fire Station No. 1, Willow Oaks Park, Burgess Park and Alma Site.
|February 2012||Exploratory drilling completed at the City's Corporation Yard on Burgess Drive to determine viability and well productivity.|
|January 2012||Exploratory drilling completed at the City-owned property on Willow Road to determine viability and well production.|
|Novevember 2011||City Council authorized the detailed engineering and hydrogeologic evaluations (drilling exploratory borings) at the City’s Corporation Yard and City-owned property at 878 Pierce Road.|
|August/September 2011||Community Meetings to gather input from the community|
||City Council approves
|June 30, 2010||Community Meetings to develop well siting criteria to rank potential sits.
|October 2009||City Council approves a study to identify potential well sites.|
|May 2009||Feasibility analysis completed for the Menlo Park Municipal Water District's eastern service area to determine if wells could provide sufficient water for domestic use and fire flow.|
||Consultant's feasibility analysis recommends further analysis of water supply demand for the Menlo Park Municipal Water District's eastern service area to determine if wells could provide sufficient water for domestic use and fire flow.|
|August 2008||City Council approves a preliminary feasibility assessment for wells-only emergency backup water supply system.|