Water Treatment Plant

Water Treatment Plant (WTP) (2101 N. Jackson Street)

Summary of operations. The raw water is pumped from 9 groundwater wells, which are adjacent to the WTP, treated and further pumped into the overall distribution system. The WTP is a groundwater lime softening, rapid sand filtration and gas chlorination plant. The WTP was last updated in part in 1996 & 2003. The current average daily flow is approximately 3.7-4.4 MGD with a Design “Flow through” Capacity” 10 MGD. The City has two (2) elevated storage tanks and three (3) ground storage tanks. The Spruce St., 920 W. Spruce St, elevated tank (500,000 gal. capacity/ steel stand pipe). Also at this location are two (2) ground storage tanks (N. Reservoir 550,000 gal. capacity/ native stone/ wooden roof and a S. Reservoir 750,000 gal. capacity/ concrete) along with a supplemental booster pump station.  The Ash St., 2232 Ash St., elevated tank (1 million gal. capacity/ steel/ concrete stand pipe), which is inter-connected to a small high pressure district system. The WTP plant has a ground level tank (1 million gal. capacity), with the overall storage of 3.8 million gallons of storage within the system. Water pressure throughout the City from range from 45 to 95 psi through the two elevated tanks and pressures at the WTP. Water is also purchase by Rural Water District #4 and Grandview Plaza. 


Veolia Water Administrative staff is located at the Water Treatment Plant, main building 2nd floor, at 2101 N Jackson Street. The office phone number is 762-5855 M-F 7:30 AM to 4:00 PM


Department Head

Kerry Peterson, Project Manager, Veolia Water,

Ruthie Everett, Assistant Project Manager, Veolia Water