Projects And Progress
The CLFLWD implements projects throughout the District to improve and maintain local water quality. These projects include wetland restorations, alum treatments, iron-enhanced sand filters, and a variety of best management practices (BMPs).
Progress Toward Goals
Achieving and maintaining good in-lake water quality is the District’s highest priority. The District considers cost-benefit when deciding which projects to implement and uses monitoring data to target projects in locations where there will be the greatest pollutant reductions and water quality improvements. As of 2022 the CLFLWD is 84% of the way towards its long-term reduction goal.
Review the latest Progress Report to learn more about these goals and the progress that has been made to date.
Project Selection and Funding
Project Lifecycle Cost-Benefit
The District considers cost-benefit when deciding which project to implement; not all potential projects are…
In order to implement critical projects, the District secures funding through a variety of grant…