City of Stockton Dedication Ceremony Delta Water Supply Project Water Treatment Plant | Community
City of Stockton will hold a dedication ceremony for the new Delta Water Supply Project Water Treatment Plant, Wednesday, May 30, 2012, at 4:00 pm. The ceremony, which is free and open to the public, will be held outside the new administration and operations building of the water treatment plant, 11373 N. Lower Sacramento Road, Lodi. Parking is available along the main entrance road entering the facility.
Located on 60 acres north of Eight Mile Road, the new water treatment plant is built to the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Silver standards. The site features natural lighting to reduce power demands, solar panels to provide clean renewable energy and drought tolerant landscaping.
The 30 million gallon per day water treatment plant uses state-of-the-art processes to ensure the drinking water meets or exceeds the highest water quality standards required by State and Federal law.
The Delta Water Supply Project is the largest capital improvement project in the history of the City of Stockton. The facility will improve water reliability, protect groundwater resources and provide drought protection for Stockton residents and businesses, today and into the future.
This project is fully funded by water enterprise funds, bond proceeds and grant funding and does not include funding from the City of Stockton General Fund.
For additional information, including a map and directions, please visit call (209) 937-8700 or visit www.deltawatersupplyproject.com.
Source: City of Stockton