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Important Project Updates

Construction is underway on recycled water pipelines that will deliver recycled water throughout the City of Fresno.
Mayor Ashley Swearengin joined City leaders, staff and hundreds of attendees at the Southeast Surface Water Treatment Facility groundbreaking event on March 2, 2016.
Construction of the three-million-gallon downtown water tank (T-4) is near completion. Site work including fencing, landscaping and masonry are in progress. The tank is expected to be operational this spring.
Contractors’ bids for construction of the Kings River Pipeline were received on March 15, 2016, and construction is scheduled to begin in August 2016.
Friant-Kern Canal Pipeline Final Design is complete; construction is scheduled to begin in summer 2016.
More than 7,000 residents were invited to six community meetings in February to discuss plans and upcoming construction of the Regional Transmission Mains project.
Contractor prequalification is underway for upcoming construction of four segments of the Regional Transmission Mains water pipelines.

Recharge Fresno is the City’s program to improve the pipelines and water system facilities that will capture, treat and deliver water to Fresno homes and businesses, including surface water from the Sierra Nevada Mountains.

“After years of uncertainty and debate, we have finally established a sustainable water program for our City and I commend our Councilmembers for their leadership and foresight. Our lives and our fortunes depend on access to a safe, reliable water supply and I am convinced we have taken a firm step forward to secure this precious resource, both now and for future generations.”

- Mayor Ashley Swearengin

City of Fresno Public Utilities Water Division Website
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