Source Water Assessment and Wellhead Protection Program

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Wellhead and Source Water Protection Grants

 

Grant Program Summary

The Wellhead Protection and Source Water Protection Grant Programs are designed to provide funding for the development and implementation of local wellhead and source water protection programs; as well as, the enhancement of physical security. See Program Description.

A total of $1.6 M has been allocated to continue projects and initiate new proposed projects selected from the 2016 application process.

We are not currently accepting applications for the 2017 Grant Program; however, we look forward to offering this opportunity in the future to encourage local source water protection initiatives

We would like to thank the following community water systems and county commissions for their participation in the program.  We commend them for their dedication to protecting source waters and preventing present and future public health threats.

 

Grantee

Wellhead and/or Source Water Protection Activities

Town of West Union

Early Warning Monitoring System, baseline sampling and web site.

Lewisburg Public Works

Early Warning Monitoring System.

Buffalo Creek PSD

Early Warning Monitoring System, investigate PSSCs.

Hughes River Water Board

Early Warning Monitoring System.

Kingwood Water Works

Installation of SWP Signage, GIS database development for Interactive PSSC mapping and monitoring equipment.

Red Sulphur PSD

Dye Tests

Corporation of Harpers Ferry

Upstream Early Detection System and security.

City of Buckhannon

Early Warning Monitoring equipment

City of Fairmont (Town of Monongah, Shinnston)

Early Warning Monitoring System

City of Ripley

Early Warning Monitoring System

City of Wheeling

Early Warning Monitoring System

Town of Paw Paw

Early Warning Monitoring System

Weirton Area Water Board

Early Warning Monitoring System

City of Kenova

Early Warning Monitoring equipment

Claywood Park PSD

Early Warning Monitoring equipment

Town of Middlebourne

Early Warning Monitoring System

City of Parsons

Early Warning Monitoring System

City of Williamson/Williamson Utility Board

Early Warning Monitoring System

Morgantown Utility Board

Early Warning Monitoring System, improve GIS, continue watershed monitoring program for another year.

Town of Monongah

Installation of security cameras.

Wilderness PSD

Provide for PSSC investigation, purchase of backup pump.

City of Logan

Preliminary Engineering Report (PER) for alternate source and monitoring.

Logan Co PSD (Northern Regional and Greenville)

Early Warning Monitoring System

City of Hurricane

Early Warning Monitoring System

Corporation of Shepherdstown

Preliminary Engineering Report (PER) for alternative water source.

City of Shinnston

Early Warning Monitoring equipment

Town of Lumberport

Early Warning Monitoring System and installation of security measures at source water reservoir.

Town of Cedar Grove

Preliminary Engineering Study and materials for interconnection.

Berkeley Springs

Early Warning Monitoring equipment

Town of West Hamlin

Early Warning Monitoring System

City of Chester

Installation of emergency standby generator.

City of Romney

Early Warning Monitoring System

Town of Gilbert

Early Warning Monitoring System

 


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