Impacts of Sewer Capacity and Water Availability on Commercial and Industrial Development

Date September 15, 2021
Location Zoom
Time Noon - 1 p.m.
Please Join Us for an Informative Presentation from City of Reno Representatives as they discuss Sewer Capacity and Water Availability as it Relates to Commercial and Industrial Development.

Trina Magoon, P.E. – City of Reno, Utility Services Director
Established professional with nearly 30 years' experience in Northern Nevada and the US Southwest focusing on water resources, municipal infrastructure, and community development. Played an integral design and/or management role on many of the regions notable projects including ReTRAC, the SouthEast Connector, City of Sparks TMSA/FSA Infrastructure Master Plan, Washoe County's largest data center complex, and City of Reno City-Wide Sanitary Sewer Master Planning. Transitioned into Public Service in 2020 as the City of Reno Assistant Public Works Director for Environmental Engineering and has since promoted to Utility Services Director.

Kerri Lanza, P.E - Engineering Manager,  Reno Public Works-Environmental Engineering

Kerri Lanza is the Engineering Manager of the Environmental Engineering section of the City of Reno Public Works.  She is a graduate of the University of Nevada Reno and is licensed as a Professional Engineer in Nevada and California.   Kerri has worked at the City's Public Works department for 16 years, prior to this, she worked at the Nevada Department of Transportation in Roadway and Hydraulic design sections. 

The Environmental Engineering section is responsible for operating and owning the Reno Stead Water Reclamation Facility and for managing and implementing capital improvement projects for the Truckee Meadows Water Reclamation Facility shared with the City of Sparks.  Further, the section conducts inspections of commercial and industrial sewer users to protect the City's treatment and collection system, and her staff responds to accidental or illicit discharges.   Current challenges are with regard to rates of growth and adequate collection of fees and charges to pay for infrastructure  that will be required to collect, deliver, and treat sewage.  Kerri is also working on setting up a separate stormwater utility for addressing some of the major drainage challenges and stormwater improvement projects for the city.  

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