Prescott’s Sewer Preservation Projects

The city of Prescott has many sewer rehabilitation projects underway.  A majority of the City water comes from six wells in Chino Valley. The water is pumped into a five million gallon reservoir at the Chino Production Facility, and from there pumps convey it to Prescott via high-pressure water mains. Thirty water storage tanks/reservoirs and thirty-eight booster stations are maintained to provide water throughout more than sixty-six pressure zones that serve the City. The thirty storage tanks contain up to thirty-four million gallons of storage. Two additional wells have been drilled near the City Airport to meet existing and future demands in the area.

Wastewater Collections is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the city sewer collection system. The system requires cleaning of approximately 400 miles of sewer pipes, 8,200 manholes and 64 lift stations. System maintenance includes mainline repairs, manhole rehabilitation, pump replacement/repairs.  Currently, The Lincoln Avenue improvement project consists of Installation of the new 24-inch sewer and the new 12-inch water main line is complete.  Crews will continue installing the 8-inch sewer line and lateral connections between West Hillside Avenue and Comfort Avenue. Crews will also continue testing the sewer and water main lines throughout the coming weeks.  Until Oct.10th, be advised when travelling that changing lane configurations, flagging operations, and traffic stops will occur within the project corridor. Use alternate routes whenever possible.


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