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HEA 1738 IC 14-25-2 as amended Water Resource Allocation and Distribution in Indiana IDNR Division of Water Indiana Department of Natural Resources Division of Water Surface and ground water availability 42 County Aquifer Systems Maps and 6 Basin Studies completed USGS Gaging Network:

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HEA 1738IC 14-25-2 as amendedWater Resource Allocation and Distribution in Indiana IDNR Division of Water


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Indiana Department of Natural Resources Division of Water

  • Surface and ground water availability

    • 42 County Aquifer Systems Maps and 6 Basin Studies completed

    • USGS Gaging Network:

      • 165 Stream Gages

      • 36 Monitoring Wells

      • 11 Lake & Reservoir Gages

  • Water withdrawal and Usage


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Division of Water Aquifer Systems Mapping42 Counties Completed (shown in blue)6 – 9 Maps Completed Annually (next shown in yellow)


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Water Resource Assessments (Basin Studies)Six Completed



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Significant Water Withdrawal Facility IC 15-25-7-15

  • Since 1986 the Division of Water has registered and monitored water withdrawal facilities with the capability of withdrawing more than 100,000 gallons water/day


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Indiana Code 14-25-4: Water Rights: Emergency Regulation

  • Provides for “Timely and Reasonable Compensation” to owners of domestic wells affected by high capacity ground-water pumpage

  • Provides for restrictions on high capacity ground-water pumpage under certain conditions


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IC 14-25-5:Emergency Regulation of Surface Water Rights

Provides protection for owners of freshwater lakes against impacts of significant water withdrawal facilities

Significant lowering of lake level must be documented

Water level lowering must result in significant environmental harm


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IC 14-25-2Minimum Stream Flow and Water Sale Contracts

  • State of Indiana may sell water for water supply purposes:

    • from reservoir impoundments financed by the state.

    • for a period of not more than 50 years.

    • at the rate of thirty-three dollars ($33) per onemillion (1,000,000) gallons of water.


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Existing Water Supply Contracts:Dates, Terms, & Expirations


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Brookville Lake

  • Water Supply Storage:

    740 – 713 ft.

    (29,098 MG)

  • Supply Committed:

    243 MG (0.8%)

  • Annual Use (5 yr. ave.): 99.8 MG

  • Firm Yield:

    82 MGD


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Monroe Lake

  • Water Supply Storage:

    538 – 515 ft.

    (52,136 MG)

  • Supply Committed:

    10,967 MG (21.0%)

  • Annual Use (5 yr. ave.):

    5,395 MG

  • Firm Yield:

    122 MGD



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Patoka Lake

  • Water Supply Storage:

    536 – 506 ft.

    (34,949 MG)

  • Supply Committed:

    7,300 MG (20.8%)

  • Annual Use (5 yr. Ave.):

    2,251 MG

  • Firm Yield:

    78 MGD



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Regulations Proposed

  • Minimum Discharges for the Reservoirs (Sec 4)

  • Information requirements for the proposed use (Sec 5)

    • Location, purpose, and term of use proposed

    • Justification of reservoir as most economic and feasible source

    • Alternatives considered

    • Conservation Plan

  • Notice and public hearing procedures (sec 6 - 9)

  • Considerations (Sec 10-14)

    • Terms, conditions, & purposes of Reservoir establishment

    • Likelihood of adverse effects on environment & safety

    • Proximity of reservoir to use

    • Priorities of uses

    • Contingency Plan


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