Brooktrails water system serves Brooktrails lots and Spring
Creek parcels, but not the Sylvandale Subdivision. Facilities include a water treatment plant with the design capacity of 1.2 million gallons per day (MGD), 60 miles of water mains, 24 water tanks with 1.7 million gallons of storage and 18 pump stations.
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experiencing a drought and our water customers are subject to
mandatory water conservation measures.
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earn more about how the water emergency affects Brooktrails.
Also the Brooktrails Township, with grant funds from the
Water Resources Control Board, has begun a
The Township provides wastewater collection for most of the
Brooktrails area, but not Spring Creek or Sylvandale. Within the
Brooktrails area there are approximately 660 lots that do not
have sewer service, most located at higher elevations on streets named Ridge, Iris, Blue Lake and Alcott.
This includes about 616 lots are unimproved and about 44
lots are improved and on septic systems.
The wastewater collection system includes three sewer lift
stations at various elevations, about 65 miles of sewer lines throughout the
collection system, and a trunk line to the
Wastewater Treatment Plant in the City of Willits. Township
crews have completed a smoke test of the entire Brooktrails
sewer system to locate and remove sources of unauthorized inflow
into our system and are engaged in an ongoing inspection of the
system for infiltration from cracked pipes and displacement due
to ground shifting.
within Brooktrails Township is treated at the City of Willits
Wastewater Treatment Plant. The plant is a secondary treatment
Beginning in 1997 and ending in 2015. the Township and the City of Willits
involved in a dispute over matters related to the Wastewater
Click here to learn What You Need to Know about the Willits Wastewater Treatment Plant Dispute.