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BECAUSE OF THE IMPACT OF THE STATEWIDE DROUGHT ON THE EEL RIVER, AS OF OCTOBER 17, 2014 AN ORDER ESTABLISHING A MORATORIUM ON NEW WATER CONNECTIONS HAS BEEN ISSUED BY THE STATE WATER RESOURCES CONTROL BOARD TO ALL THE MUNICIPAL WATER PROVIDERS AROUND THE LITTLE LAKE VALLY INCLUDING BROOKTRAILS TOWNSHIP, THE CITY OF WILLITS, AND PINE MOUNTAIN MUTUAL WATER COMPANY. (COPIES OF THE ORDERS MAY BE DOWNLOADED FROM THE STATE WEB SITE WHICH INDICATES AN ADDITIONAL 19 OTHER WATER SYSTEMS AROUND THE STATE RECEIVED SUCH ORDERS.)

THE BROOKTRAILS ORDER ALSO CAN BE VIEWED HERE . FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT US.

Our Water System


Brooktrails water source is comprised of two reservoirs totalling 400 acre feet on Willits Creek and a tributary. Lake Emily feeds Lake Ada Rose before transfer to the Water Treatment Plant.

Lake Emily

Lake Ada Rose



Brooktrails water system (the "System") 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. The average daily demand on the System is 240,000 gallons per day.

Water System and Tank Locations Map
Water Tanks


Our Sewer System
In addition the three sewer lift stations at various elevations, there are 65 miles of sewer lines throughout the collection system before transport via the 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.