Regional Water Storage Tank Project
The Authority has been working with the Towns of Williamson, Marion, Sodus, Arcadia, Lyons and Huron on a project to construct a regional water storage tank along with public water distribution improvements. This project will greatly improve water storage for towns in the area, some of which have no water storage facilities. Work will continue on installation of water mains in the area, and construction of the tank on Brantling Hill in Arcadia is complete. Go to our Home Page for more links to information on the project.
June, 2022: The chemical feed building at the tank site on Brantling Hill under construction.
August, 2022: The Joy Road Pump Station and Satellite Operations Building. The parking lot is being improved to allow the building to be used as a voting site for the Town of Sodus
June, 2022: A crew attaching an 8-inch valve to a 12 x 8 tee on a section of water main being installed on Route 88.
August, 2022: The end of the water main installation is in sight on Route 88.
Western Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant
The Authority is continuing to work with the Towns of Macedon, Marion, Walworth and Palmyra and the Village of Palmyra to construct a wastewater treatment plant to serve those municipalities by replacing outdated facilities and consolidating services for more cost-efficient wastewater treatment operations. In spite of delays caused by Covid and the increase in costs of materials, the project is moving forward. Go to this website www.wcwsaregionalwwtp.org for more information about this project.
Ongoing Water Meter Replacement Program
The Authority is continuing the process of upgrading our manual read meters to radio read meters. This upgrade will allow all water readings to be completed without a meter reader walking up to your house to take a reading. Currently approximately 95% of the Authority’s meters are radio reads.