The Integrated Water Resources Master Plan (IWRMP) is a comprehensive planning document that analyzes the water, sewer, and storm drain systems owned, operated, and maintained by the City of Beverly Hills (City). The IWRMP is comprised of Part 1 and Part 2.
The IWRMP – Part 1 addresses the City’s major water resources strategy which includes imported water, groundwater, and other potential supply sources. Part 1 also addresses other topics including emergency storage for the water system, and stormwater compliance. The IWRMP – Part 2 is a master plan of the water, sewer, and storm drain systems. For each system, the document addresses the existing system and service area, evaluation and design criteria, system analysis, and capital improvements.
The theme of the IWRMP is to focus on near-term practical solutions with an eye towards what could be done in the future. The near-term represents a focus on projects that should be implemented within the next five years – 2021 through 2025. An eye towards the future includes taking the necessary steps now to position for long-term resiliency and reliability of the City’s water, sewer, and storm drain systems.