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Notice of Intent: Phoenix Lake Restoration and Preservation Project

Notice of Intent: Phoenix Lake Restoration and Preservation Project

To: Contractors


The Phoenix Lake Restoration and Preservation Project consists of removing up to 400,000 CY of sediment out of Phoenix Lake and placing it on adjacent land. Dry excavation and wet dredging operations may be used. The primary goals of the project are to restore drinking water storage capacity, improve water quality, and enhance wetland functions and values.

Phoenix Lake is an 88-acre water storage reservoir located near Sonora, California used as a primary drinking water source. Storage capacity of the lake is reduced due to sediment accumulation. TUD has received funding through Integrated Regional Water Management (IRWM) grants from the California Department of Water Resources (DWR).

Bid packets will be available late February/early March, 2020.

Qualified Contractors should contact Makayla Dillon, Management Analyst, at 209-532-5536 ex. 512 or email to be placed on a distribution list for all project information.

Invitation to Bid Notice

Post Date

January 28, 2020

Pending Close Date

Contact Information

Engineering Department
         Gaddiel DeMattei
         Associate Engineer
         209-532-5536 x 519       

Submit Proposals To:

        Tuolumne Utilities District
        Attn: Makayla Dillon
        18885 Nugget Blvd.
        Sonora, CA.  95370

Request Invitation to Bid Packet


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