Since starting this past winter, construction crews from half a dozen firms have been laboring along with giant machinery to lay the many miles of pipeline required to bring Lake Michigan water to taps across Waukesha and send the treated wastewater back to the lake via the Root River.
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Presentations and Postings
It is important to understand why Waukesha must secure a Lake Michigan water supply, so we’ve made several presentations available. Program development has included many organizations, so we’ve also posted key approvals and permits.
Our efforts to bring a safe and sustainable water supply to Waukesha wouldn’t be possible without the collaboration and cooperation of our neighboring communities. Up-to-date information about how the new program may affect your community throughout the process will be shared here on our website, as well as in our e-newsletter.
- West Allis
For program information regarding your community, follow the links below.