Surface water from the Sacramento River would become Davis' new primary source of supply, with a few of the city's best wells providing summer surplus, through a project overseen by the Woodland-Davis Clean Water Agency. The new water intake would be just below the Interstate 5 overpass over the river, on the right. Courtesy photo
The Reclamation District 2035 intake is nearly a century old, and is the largest unscreened intake on the Sacramento River north of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. This intake would be converted to a screened, modern intake as part of the Woodland-Davis water supply project. Courtesy photo

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