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Recycled Water Project Dedication
JOIN US IN THE CELEBRATION AND DEDICATION OF THE RECYCLED WATER PROJECT ON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18th, FROM 12:00 PM to 1:00PM.
The City of Ukiah’s Water Resources Department invites the community to join us to celebrate the success of the completion of the first three phases of the City of Ukiah’s Recycled Water Project. This special event will occur on Monday, November 18th at 12:00pm at the Wastewater Treatment Plant, 300 Plant Road!
Dedication speeches and ribbon cutting at 12:15pm followed by short tours of the facility.
The Recycled Water System includes nearly eight miles of pipeline, a 66-million-gallon water storage reservoir, upgraded treatment facilities and improved water and wastewater infrastructure on Oak Manor Drive. This allows the City to serve approximately 325 million gallons of water to farmers, parks, and schools.
This project provides numerous benefits to our community including promoting a vibrant agricultural region, reducing diversions from the Russian River, assisting in conformation to State conservation objectives and improving environmental habitat by providing an alternative source for frost protection.
Event location: Wastewater Treatment Plant, 300 Plant Road, Ukiah
Directions: Take South State Street to Plant Road and continue straight just past the Mendocino County Animal Shelter
Contact: Jarod Thiele, Public Works Management Analyst at (707) 463-6755; or
firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.