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   COLLECTION SYSTEM OPERATIONAL REPORT
  
        
  

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City of Vista CS
Agency: Vista City

  
  
  
  
General Information
        
Region Place ID Place Name CS Category Place Address Place County
9 631628 City of Vista CS Municipal (Public) 1165 East Taylor   Vista, CA, 92084 San Diego
  
        
  
  
  
Collection System Spill Summary
        
Operational Indices:  City of Vista CS
        
Spill Rate Indice (spills/100mi/yr)
 
Category 1
Category 2
Category 3
 
Mainlines
Laterals
Not Specified
Mainlines
Laterals
Not Specified
Mainlines
Laterals
Not Specified
City of Vista CS 0.0 N/A 0.0 0.0 N/A 0.0 0.47 N/A 0.0
State Municipal (Public) Average 5.0 N/A 3.39 2.36 N/A 5.72 5.46 N/A 2.36
Region Municipal Average 2.71 N/A 1.35 0.82 N/A 0.0 1.39 N/A 1.38
        
Net Volume Spills Indice (gallons/1000 Capita/yr)
 
Category 1
Category 2
Category 3
 
Mainlines
Laterals
Not Specified
Mainlines
Laterals
Not Specified
Mainlines
Laterals
Not Specified
City of Vista CS 0.0 N/A 0.0 0.0 N/A 0.0 0.0 N/A 0.0
State Municipal (Public) Average 4498.26 N/A 3100.66 1625.26 N/A 29198.8 24.57 N/A 12.97
Region Municipal Average 45.09 N/A 337.37 3.72 N/A 0.0 7.63 N/A 0.11
  
Note: Click on hyperlinks to get comparison charts for CS, Region, and State grouped by 'Miles Of Pipe'.
  
(1) The number of Category 1, 2 and 3 SSOs resulting from a failure in the Enrollee sewer system per 100 miles sewer system owned by the Enrollee per year.
(2) Net Volume (volume spilled minus volume recovered) of SSOs, for which the reporting Enrollee is responsible, per capita (i.e. the population served by your agency's sanitary sewer system), per year.
(3) Value calculated using miles of force mains and other pressure systems and miles of gravity sewers the agency is responsible for.
(4) Value calculated using miles of laterals the agency is responsible for (Lower Only, UpperLower). For collection systems with no lateral responsibility a N/A is shown.
(5) Value Calculated using total miles of collection system pipe the agency is responsible for.
(6) Comparison made between similar collection systems type (e.g. municipal) and lateral responsibility for the entire state over the selected time period. Comparison indices are calculated for all similar collection systems and averaged for comparison.
(7) Comparison made between similar collection systems type (e.g. Municipal) and lateral responsibility for collection systems in same region (e.g. Region 5S). Collection system indices are calculated for all similar collection systems and averaged for comparison. For airport, hospital, marinas, military, park, port, prison, school, and other collection systems facilities, only state comparison is shown.
(8) For Criteria used and term definitions refer to the SSO Glossary of Terms.
  
        
  
  
  
Percentage of total Number and Volume of SSOs by Spill Cause
     
Collection System:   City of Vista CS
  
  
  
   Percentage of total Volume of SSOs by Spill Cause   
  
Operational: Debris from Construction, Debris from Lateral, Debris-General, Debris-Rags, Grease Deposition (FOG), Root Intrusion, Non - Dispersible Wipes

Condition: Flow Exceeded Capacity (Separate CS Only), Natural Disaster, Rainfall Exceeded Design, II (Separate CS Only)

Structural:  Air Relief Valve (ARV)/Blow-Off Valve (BOV) Failure , Pipe Structural Problem/Failure, Pipe Structural Problem/Failure - Installation, Pump Station Failure-Controls, Pump Station Failure-Mechanical, Pump Station Failure-Power, Siphon Failure
  
  
  
City of Vista CS
  
  
        
  
Region 9
  
  
  
     
State of California
  
  
        
  
  
   Percentage of total Number of SSOs by Spill Cause   
  
Operational: Debris from Construction, Debris from Lateral, Debris-General, Debris-Rags, Grease Deposition (FOG), Root Intrusion, Non - Dispersible Wipes

Condition: Flow Exceeded Capacity (Separate CS Only), Natural Disaster, Rainfall Exceeded Design, II (Separate CS Only)

Structural:  Air Relief Valve (ARV)/Blow-Off Valve (BOV) Failure , Pipe Structural Problem/Failure, Pipe Structural Problem/Failure - Installation, Pump Station Failure-Controls, Pump Station Failure-Mechanical, Pump Station Failure-Power, Siphon Failure
  
  
  
City of Vista CS
  
  
     
  
Region 9
  
  
  
     
State of California
  
  
        
  
  
  
Collection System Questionnaire Data(*)
     
Collection System Information:   City of Vista CS
     
Status Active
Last Updated On 2018-11-01 09:04:15.0
Population Served 90,000
Miles of Force Main 0.3
Miles of Gravity Sewer 213.3
Miles of Laterals 152.3
Portion of Laterals Responsible none
Miles of Laterals Responsible 0
Number of Service Lateral Connection 16525
Sewer Constructed 2000 Current 11
Sewer Constructed 1980 1999 37
Sewer Constructed 1960 1979 44
Sewer Constructed 1940 1959 5
Sewer Constructed 1920 1939 3
Sewer Constructed 1900 1919 0
Sewer Constructed Before 1900 0
Inaccessible Sewer (Miles) 10
Sewer Clean Production (Miles/Yr) 171
Gravity Sewer Inspection (Miles/Yr) 12.6
     
(*) The information presented above was provided by the Enrollee in the Collection System Questionnaire. Enrollees are required to update the questionnaire information at least once a year; therefore, the information presented above may not be the most current.
  
        
  
  
  
Sewer System Management Plan (SSMP) Completion (*)
     
SSMP Information:   City of Vista CS
     
Task and Associated Section
Completed
Development Plan and Schedule
Yes
Section I - Goal
Yes
Section II - Organization
Yes
Section III - Legal Authority
Yes
Section IV - Operation Maintenance Program
Yes
Section V - Design Performance Provisions
Yes
Section VI - Overflow Emergency Response Plan
Yes
Section VII - FOG Control Program
Yes
Section VIII - System Evaluation Capacity Assurance Plan
Yes
Section IX - Monitoring, Measurement, and Program Modifications
Yes
Section X - SSMP Program Audits
Yes
Section XI - Communication Program
Yes
Complete SSMP Implementation
Yes
     
(*) Under theStatewide General WDRs for Sanitary Sewer Systems, WQO No. 2006-0003 , enrollees are required to develop and implement a written Sewer system Management Plan (SSMP) and must make it publicly available. The SSMP must be approved by the deadlines in the SSMP Time Schedule presented in the Sanitary Sewer Systems WDR.


Additional Information:

  • Data used for the Operational report is reported by the enrollees through the CIWQS (California Integrated Water Quality System) SSO module.

  • Indices are calculated for the date range specified ( default is past 4 months ) and using data available since reporting was required for all enrollees as specified in the Sanitary Sewer Systems WDR. Reporting was required to begin for Regions 4,8,9 on 1/2/2007, Regions 1,2,3 on 5/2/2007, and, Regions 5,6,7 on 9/2/2007.

  • Comparisons are made between similar collection systems type (e.g. Municipal), and lateral responsibility for the entire state and region. Indices are calculated for all similar collection systems and averaged for comparison.

  • Category 1 and 2 spills are required to be fully certified 15 calendar days after SSO response conclusion and Category 3 spills are required to be fully certified 30 Calendar days after end of calendar month which SSO occurred. Therefore, spill records for the past approximately 60 days may be incomplete.

  • Average Number of Spills per 100 miles: Measures the number of sewer overflows per 100 miles of sewer lines. Notice that these indices are strongly influenced by the length of collection system owned by the enrollee.

    • For instance, an enrollee that owns and operates a collection system of one (1) mile in length having only one (1) spill (analyzing data for ONE year) will have a Operational indice of 100.0 spills/100mi/yr. On the other hand, an enrollee that owns and operates a collection system of one hundred (100) miles in length having only one (1) spill (analyzing data for ONE year) will have a Operational indice of 1.0 spills/100mi/yr.

  • Average Net Volume (volume spilled minus volume recovered) of Spills per Capita: Measures the volume in gallons of SSOs, for which the reporting Enrollee is responsible, per capita ( the population served by your agency's sanitary sewer system). Where the volume recovered is greater than the volume spilled, the net volume will be considered to be zero.

  • The “agency” or Enrollee listed on a SSO report is responsible for the data presented in this report and should be contacted directly for questions related to their Data.

The current report was generated with data as of: Friday, September 20, 2019
Regional Boards are in the process of entering backlogged data.
As a result, data may be incomplete.
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