Queen Creek completes 3-million-gallon water reservoir, booster pump station

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Posted 8/18/20

The Town of Queen Creek recently completed a three-million-gallon water reservoir and booster pump station.

The new infrastructure provides increased water storage capacity and increased …

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Queen Creek completes 3-million-gallon water reservoir, booster pump station

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The Town of Queen Creek recently completed a three-million-gallon water reservoir and booster pump station.

The new infrastructure provides increased water storage capacity and increased efficiencies, aligning with several of the town’s strategic priorities, superior infrastructure, secure future and effective government, according to a release

“We are committed to providing safe, reliable and quality water --- this project is an important component of providing reliable water,” Queen Creek Mayor Gail Barney said in the release. “With a three-million-gallon water reservoir and booster pump station, we have increased water storage capacity for today and into the future. As a growing community, we are planning for today, tomorrow and generations to come.”

A virtual ribbon cutting providing details about the structure, including how the Meridian Water Storage Facility was built, is here.

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