Phase 3 Scheduled to be Complete in August 2016

Phase 3 truly shows the cooperation between rural water systems and their dedication to getting water to those who need it, despite system boundaries. When Phase 3 is completed, it will add 384 miles of pipeline, and at least 392 users. It is scheduled to be completed August 2016 at a cost of $13 million, which is being funded through a 75 percent cost-share grant from the State Water Commission and a USDA Rural Development loan.