The construction notices below highlight recent construction updates related to Recharge Fresno, the city’s long-term plan to improve water supply conditions and replenish our groundwater for Fresno’s future.
The Friant-Kern Canal Pipeline is a new 4.5-mile long, 60-inch diameter water pipeline, which will convey surface water from the Friant-Kern Canal to the existing Northeast Surface Water Treatment Facility.
The Kings River Pipeline is a 13-mile long, 72-inch diameter water pipeline, which will convey surface water from the Kings River to the new Southeast Surface Water Treatment Facility.
The Southeast Surface Water Treatment Facility will treat surface water from the Kings River to drinking water standards. It will have initial and ultimate treatment capacities of 54 million gallons per day (MGD) and 80 mgd, respectively.
Regional Transmission Mains include 13 miles of 20-inch to 66-inch diameter pipe that will convey treated drinking water from the new Southeast Surface Water Treatment Facility to existing smaller diameter water mains.
The Recycled Water Transmission Mains will include 20 miles of pipeline to convey recycled water from the Fresno-Clovis Regional Water Reclamation Facility into the City of Fresno for irrigation use and groundwater recharge.