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Our Master Plan is a comprehensive planning document identifying existing and future planned water supply sources, demands and a list of capital projects necessary to assure consistent and effective operations of the water system. 

Simply put, we have a plan to make sure our customers have what they need, when they need it. We use data and history to identify potential problem areas and schedule repairs before a problem occurs, when possible, to maintain service. We also construct new projects and install pipelines where necessary. 

Portions of our system are quite old and experiencing an increase in leaks, service disruptions and potential entry points for contamination of the system. Ongoing repair costs and the value of water lost, plus increased risk to the safety and integrity of the water supply make funding pipeline replacement a priority for the agency.

If you have seen us out and about working in the community, this is the place you can read up on what we are doing. 

PLANNED PROJECTS

SUNRISE CORRIDOR – 24-INCH MAIN REPLACEMENT ON OLD MATHER ROAD

ODOT will be constructing the Sunrise Corridor from I-205 to 122nd Ave
ODOT project will conflict with SWA’s 24-inch main on old Mather Rd
24-inch main replacement cost will be paid by ODOT
Design – June through December 2012
Bid – March 2013
Construction – Road construction begins June 2013; Pipeline construction projected to begin in the Fall of 2014
Estimated Cost - $0 for SWA


ENERGY TRUST OF OREGON (ETO) PROJECT – PUMP STATIONS 9 AND 10

Bids for pumps, motors, and installation costs – February 2014
Board approval of bids and participation in ETO offer – February 2014
Shipping of pumps and motors – March and April 2014
Installation of pumps and motors and start-up – May 2014
ETO commissioning of Pump Stations 9 and 10 – June 2014
ETO incentive reimbursement – July 2014
Estimated Cost of Project without ETO Funding: $100,000
Estimated Out-of-Pocket Cost (depends on funding): $50,000




Last updated: 3/15/2017 12:52:13 PM