Water adequacy determination information including the subdivision name, location, number of lots, adequacy determination, reason for an inadequacy determination, date of determination and subdivision water provider are shown in Table 7.5-9. Figure 7.5-10 shows the general locations of subdivisions (to the section level) keyed to the Table. A description of the Water Adequacy Program is found in Volume 1, Appendix C. Adequacy determination data sources and methods are found in Volume 1, Appendix A.
- All subdivisions receiving an adequacy determination are in La Paz County. Ten water adequacy determinations for 1,716 lots have been made in this basin through December 2008. Fourteen hundred and eighty-three lots in eight subdivisions, or 86% of lots, were determined to be adequate.
- Reasons for inadequacy include water quality and insufficient data.
- There is one analysis of adequate water supply for 53,484 lots.
Table 7.5-9 Adequacy Determinations in the McMullen Valley Basin
Figure 7.5-10 McMullen Valley Basin Adequacy Determinations