The City of Ann Arbor is developing a plan for rehabilitating the City's Water Treatment Plant (WTP). To ensure reliable high-quality water into the future, the City must invest in significant infrastructure investments. The purpose of the Water Treatment Plant Facility Plan is to evaluate the operational, maintenance and regulatory needs of the plant both now and into the future. The project includes strategic planning, an alternatives analysis, a small pilot plant used to evaluate new technology, and community engagement throughout.
See the project website for more information.
Water treatment pilot plant construction begins in February - January 27, 2023
Water Treatment Plant Facility Update - January 6, 2023
Broad Community Engagement Key to Water Treatment Plant Facility Project Efforts - Nov. 7, 2022
A Plan for Emerging and Unregulated Compounds in the City’s Drinking Water - Sept. 30, 2022
Ann Arbor to Begin Water Treatment Plant Project Planning - Aug. 30, 2022