Palm Coast – The City of Palm Coast’s Utility Department would like to inform utility customers of a planned upgrade to a pipeline at Water Treatment Plant #1.
The completion of this upgrade of the line will occur on August 31, 2021 from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., weather permitting.
As a result of the work, City officials do not anticipate any real impact on services, however, some customers could notice minor pressure and flow changes. That change would be due to the redistribution of water from our other two water treatment plants in order to accommodate all customers with continued water services.
Water Treatment Plant #1, which was commissioned in the early 1970’s, still contains much of the original piping that was part of the original two million gallon-per-day system. The plant’s current capacity is six million gallons per day. This project is part of the City’s continued ongoing capital improvement plan to keep our systems in good order and capable of supplying clean drinking water safely to our citizens and customers.
Residents can contact the City for questions through Palm Coast Connect at palmcoastconnect.com or by calling 386-986-2360.
Media Release: City of Palm Coast. Brittany Kershaw. Director Public information & Engagement.