Water Department Projects


Our vision is that the Water Resources Department will be the innovative leader in the water utility industry. Using the concept of continuous improvement, the department accepts the challenges of providing regional customers with water to enhance their quality of life, serving as stewards over the most vital of all natural resources, and empowering department employees to meet customer needs by providing the finest drinking water in the United States at competitive prices. There are several projects underway including:

 

North Fork By-pass Waterline Project

 

North Fork Dam Improvement Project

 

Spring 2019 Discolored Water

 


Updated 10/24/2019

 


 

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Water Department Projects News

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Asheville City Council approves pilot program designed to reduce discolored water following water line breaks or outages  

  As the City of Asheville works to proactively maintain and invest in Asheville’s water system, Water Resources will begin a pilot program this year to identify ways to enhance its flushing program as a tool to help mitigate impacts to our customers.   At their Feb. 25 meeting, City Council authorized execution of a $50,000 contract with [...]

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Asheville is focused on delivering safe, clean water to our customers every time they turn on that tap 

  We’ve heard a lot following this month’s waterline break!  As we continue to invest millions of dollars in our water delivery system, there may be disruptions. While City staff do their best to minimize the inconvenience of water outages and boil water advisories, they will unfortunately happen from time to time. And we are doing everything [...]

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Crews flushing pockets of discolored water following transmission line break

  Asheville Water Maintenance crews are flushing lines of discolored water following the break of a 24-inch transmission line in east Asheville late Tuesday night. The entire water system is not affected, but discolored water is showing up in pockets from the 200 block of Patton Avenue downtown, to portions of Hilliard Avenue, Amboy Road and as [...]