The City's water system consists of the following:
Seven groundwater wells and an inter-tie connection with the City of Richland that provides nearly 750 million gallons of drinking water annually (peak day demand of 6.3 million gallons and average day demand of 3.8 million gallons)
Five reservoirs ranging in size from 250,000 to two million gallons with a total capacity of 3.8 million gallons
100 miles of water system piping
4,550 water service connections
Seven water pressure zones
Eight pressure reducing vaults
Two booster pump stations
A telemetry system that controls reservoir levels and on/off of the wells and alarms.
View the reports that address conservation and water quality in the Archive Center.