Warnerville Water District, Town of Richmondville – Water System Project


This project entailed the construction of approximately 23,000 feet of water main, a new 0.25 MG pre-cast wire-wound concrete storage tank, and a new control building housing booster pumps, chlorination equipment, and the control and telemetry system. The project funding includes two New York State Legislature Member Item grants totaling $60,000, a $785,000/$75,000 grant/loan package from USDA Rural Utilities Service, and a $1,541,000 loan from New York Drinking Water State Revolving Fund for a total project budget of $2.461M.

The major components of the project include the following:

  • New Water Transmission Main
  • New Water Distribution Mains
  • New Control Building
  • New Control & Telemetry System
  • New Storage Tank

The Warnerville Water District serves a population of 400 people and has a projected average daily water consumption of 70,000 gpd.


Posted on

January 9, 2024