The water department is responsible for the maintenance and operation of the water plant process and delivering safe and reliable water to all within the City of Gilbert. Water for the City is provided by two wells located just West of Gilbert. The current water treatment system removes iron and manganese, while softening the water. Before being pumped to the distribution system, the water is chlorinated to keep the water safe for drinking on its way to the homes, businesses and schools in Gilbert.
The current water treatment plant was constructed in the early 1970’s, and the City of Gilbert is currently in the planning stage for replacement of its aging water treatment system.
Tentative Schedule for Upgrading the Water Treatment System
Planning Complete by: June 2017
Design and Permitting: July 2017 through January 2018
Bid construction project: February/March 2018
Construction: April 2018 through June 2019
Thank you Brandon Bloebaum & Troop 157. Brandon's Eagle Scout Project was to repaint all the fire hydrants in town during the Autumn of 2018.