Integrating Land Use and Water Resources: Planning to Support Water Supply Diversification - 4623
Completion Year Research Value Research Manager Principal Investigator Contractor
2018 $370,765.00 Ms. Katie Henderson Rebecca Fedak Brendle Group
This project explored current and future opportunities to diversify water supplies through better coordination between water utilities and the land use planning and development community. The project team conducted a literature review on water supply diversification practices that may be available through the integration of water resource and land use planning. Additional information, gathered through an online survey, stakeholder interviews, and focus groups, was used to develop case studies and inform the other work products. Project deliverables include a summary report, a coordinated planning guide, a literature review, and literature review sources and case study interview database. Published in 2018.

Report NameReport #AvailableOrder ReportDownload PDFExecutive Summary
Integrating Land Use and Water Resources: Planning to Support Water Supply Diversification4623A1/8/2018 
Coordinated Planning Guide: A How-To Resource for Integrating Alternative Water Supply and Land Use Planning4623B1/8/2018 
Coordinated Planning Guide: A How-To Resource for Integrating Alternative Water Supply and Land Use Planning4623B1/8/2018 
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