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The City of Granbury is currently replacing its surface water treatment plant with a new microfiltration/reverse osmosis water treatment plant that will expand Granbury’s treated surface water capacity by more than 5 times. This will entirely replace the existing water treatment plant as well as the City’s current wholesale contracted water supply.
In conjunction with this project and expansion of surface water supplies, the City must make improvements to its existing water distribution system to allow for the introduction of this expanded water supply into the distribution system. The project is being designed and constructed in three phases using the Construction Manager At-Risk (CMAR) delivery method. Below is a list of the planned improvements:
Portions of the project that will be constructed on previously disturbed properties, and/or are located on either City or public rights-of-way. The project should only subject the environment to typical short-term disturbances associated with construction traffic and equipment. Short-term noise pollution is possible, but will be intermittent and temporary. The project is expected to be completed, including all performance testing, in May of 2018.
The water distribution project is fully funded by the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund and administered by the Texas Water Development Board. The project is fully funded by the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund.
Click here or go online to www.granbury.org and navigate to “Departments” > “Public Works” > “Water Treatment Plant, Distribution Projects” for more information about the water treatment plant construction and water distribution improvements, including maps for the different improvements listed above. For more information about the City’s water distribution projects, please call the Public Works office, at (817) 573-7030.