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Rancho Cucamonga is a large city with a population of about 175,679 and is the 26th largest city in California. Rancho Cucamonga became a city on November 30, 1977, with its primary income source being wine processing and production. The city's history is rife with many agricultural success stories. Rancho Cucamonga grew many fruits, particularly citrus, olives, and peaches.
Rancho Cucamonga's proximity to various roads, hubs, train stations, and airports attracts large businesses and corporations. Some of these include Coca-Cola, Big Lots, Frito-Lay, Memory Insurance Group, Amphaster Pharmaceuticals, and Southern Californian Edison.
The city's favorable location and amenities have also put it in the limelight. This has earned it recommendable distinctions that include the Money Magazine's recommendation as 42nd on its list of "Best Places to Live" in 2006. The Business Insider also established Ranch Cucamonga as the 13th richest neighborhood in Southern California.
Rancho Cucamonga is every tourist's dream tour land, as it has a lot of amazing sights to see. Great sites in the city include North Etiwanda Preserve, Kings Brewing Company, Rowdy's Brew Co, Red Hill Park, Pacific Electric Trail, and Rancho Cucamonga Epicenter.
Water is essential to the residents of Rancho Cucamonga for both domestic and public use. The Cucamonga Valley Water District handles the city's water provision and sewage disposal. It is responsible for providing safe drinking water to the water free of contaminants, impurities, and harmful chemicals.
The CVWD sources its water from imported water and natural sources. The district carefully analyzes the city's needs, estimates its residents' water consumption, and supplies this. The natural water source, which provides 50% of the city's water, comes from regional groundwater, untreated import water recharge basins, and precipitation. Imported water comes from the Colorado River and Northern California.
About 48% of the overall water supply comes from groundwater from local wells in the Cucamonga Basin and Chino Groundwater Basin and pumps out through the aquifer systems that the CVWD maintains at the highest hygiene levels. The district does this by disinfecting the water and directing its flow into storage reservoirs and, ultimately, to Rancho Cucamonga's citizens.
The CVWD sources about 3% of the water delivered to residents from tunnel and canyon water that flow out of foothills and canyons. This water is a combination of ground and surface water. These water sources include East Etiwanda Canyon, Cucamonga Canyon, Deer Canyon, Day Canyon, and several tunnels in the local mountains. The CVWD treats this water at its Arthur H. Bridge or Lloyd W. Michael Treatments Plants. The water then goes into storage reservoirs and then distributes to residents and consumers.
The Cucamonga Valley Water District purchases 46% of the water that the city consumes from the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California (MWD), which delivers imported water from California's State Water Project. The State Water Project transports water from Northern California, through a distance of about 600 miles, to Southern California.
The CWVD also recycles wastewater and delivers it for irrigation of parks and gardens, industrial use, medians and parkways, golf courses, schools, and other non-safe uses.
The CWVD goes through many processes to make water potable and safe for drinking. However, some impurities present in these water sources require much more than the conventional filtration processes for removal. These include impurities such as heavy metals, leached agricultural chemicals, waste products of industrial products that wash into water sources, and other contaminants. These may have health implications on Rancho Cucamonga's residents and are of public health importance.
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