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Thank you for your interest in the Western Intake Partnership. This website contains preliminary project information, which will be updated as the project progresses. We look forward to your continued involvement in our mission to bring long-term water supply solutions to our region. Click on the links below to learn more.

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Project Overview

Jordan Lake is a vital regional resource. It is a popular place for recreation, supplies water to surrounding communities, controls flooding and water quality, and helps conserve fish and wildlife habitats. This project will provide the communities of the Western Intake Partnership with access to the lake's water supply while protecting the reservoir's other uses. The project includes:

A new water intake facility and pump station on Jordan Lake near near the Vista Point recreation area.
A water supply pipeline to deliver water from the intake facility to a new water treatment facility.
A water treatment facility on currently-owned property near Jordan Lake.
Drinking water transmission pipelines to deliver water to Partner distribution systems.

Project Map

The Western Intake Partnership project is projected to provide 33 million gallons of water per day at project completion and up to 54 million gallons per day in the future. This water will be withdrawn from the western side of Jordan Lake, treated, and connected to regional distribution systems. Preliminary details can be seen on the map to the right.

Project Phasing

The project is planned to proceed in three phases, with facilities targeted to be operational by 2030:

01

2020-2023
Planning & Permitting
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02

2024-2026
Design & Bidding
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03

2027-2030
Construction & Start-Up/Commissioning
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Project Timeline

Click on the link below for more information about the schedule for the planning and permitting phase.

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Public Involvement

Input from our neighbors is critical to the success of this project. We are committed to providing meaningful engagement opportunities as the project moves forward. In the meantime, visit our contact page to ask questions or request additional information.

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