Ann Arbor Water Treatment Plant Facility Plan


The City of Ann Arbor is beginning a project to create 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.

 

Ann Arbor is committed to sustainable, and affordable improvements to water quality and to thorough and in-depth public engagement throughout the planning process. We are interested in your input, thoughts, and concerns and will be sharing various information on this website as the project proceeds. 

Take the Water Treatment Plant Facility Plan Survey

Past Events

Second Annual Mayor’s Autumnal Green Fair

Friday, Oct. 7 | 6–9 p.m. Downtown Ann Arbor,

Main Street and Library Lot/Lane

Visit city staff to get answers to your water questions during the Mayor’s Autumnal Green Fair located on downtown Main Street and the Library Lot and Lane. The Green Fair also will feature a multitude of exhibits showcasing local green businesses and non-profits, along with A2ZERO collaborators. 

Green Fair

 

Ann Arbor Farmer’s Market

Wednesday, Oct. 12 | 8:30–2 p.m. Downtown Ann Arbor

315 Detroit Street

Visit the Ann Arbor Water table to get answers to your water questions from City staff during the Ann Arbor Farmer’s Market located on downtown at 315 Detroit Street. 

Ann Arbor Farmers Market

Project Owner – City of Ann Arbor
Engineering Consultant – AECOM
Community Engagement Consultant – Huron River Group