The City of Corona's policy is to use reclaimed water for projects where it is economically, technically and financially feasible.
The City of Corona's infrastructure for the reclaimed water program consists of approximately 41 miles of pipeline, three storage reservoirs and three pump stations. Reclaimed water has its own system of pipelines completely separate from drinking water lines. These pipelines are colored purple to easily distinguish them from potable, or drinking, water systems.
The reclaimed water system produces approximately six million gallons of reclaimed water per day. This water is then used for the irrigation of golf courses, local parks, landscape maintenance districts, schools and freeway landscaping. As a direct result, it significantly reduces the use of our vital resource - potable water.
Forms, Applications and Information
- Reclaimed Water Application
- Reclaimed Water Rules and Regulations
- Cross-Connection Information
- Current Reclaimed Water Rates