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Southeast Central Water Study

The primary goal of the IFA’s Southeast Central Indiana Water Study is to improve the understanding of estimated future groundwater and surface water demand and availability within the public water utility sector so that a gap analysis can be conducted. The questions the study is looking to answer include: how much water is currently available? How much water will be needed for Public Water Supply in 2072? Do we have enough water to meet the 50-year Public Water Supply needs?

The study will examine the 50-year demand and supply availability in the “Driftwood”, “Flatrock-Haw”, and “Upper East Fork White” watersheds, which are primarily located in Hancock, Henry, Johnson, Shelby, Rush, Bartholomew, Jackson, and Decatur counties. See: https://www.in.gov/idem/cleanwater/indiana-huc-finder/.

A kick-off meeting will be held as part of the Southeast Central Regional Water Planning Meeting, which will be June 21, 2022, 10:00-11:00am, Edinburgh Park & Rec Center, 722 S. Eisenhower Dr. Edinburgh, IN 46124.

Resources

June 21, 2022, kick-off meeting agenda

May 2022, Southeast Central Water Study– Request for Proposals

Contacts

Sarah Hudson
Director, Water Resources and Infrastructure Planning Program
317-232-2812; sahudson@ifa.in.gov

Program Mailing Address:

100 North Senate Avenue, Rm. 1275
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Fax: 317-234-1338