Rattlesnake Reservoir

Rattlesnake Reservoir

Rattlesnake Reservoir is an existing reservoir that was formerly used to supply water for agricultural irrigation. 

The reservoir is currently a recycled water storage reservoir owned and operated by the IRWD.  The reservoir retains and effectively treats most dry and wet weather flows.  

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