RD33 - Assessment of Feasibility and Costs for Water System Modifications at Mason Neck State Park – October 26, 2020

Executive Summary:

The public water supply at Mason Neck State Park has ongoing issues with water quality related to the natural levels of iron and manganese in the groundwater. While generally not a health risk, the iron and manganese result in taste and staining. In accordance with the direction from the General Assembly, two options were evaluated: connection of the Park to the public water supply and upgrades to the Park’s existing public water system to improve treatment. A summary of estimated budgetary capital costs is found in Table 1 on numbered page 1.