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The Power of Public Works: National Public Works Week 2018

May 20, 2018
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National Public Works Week 2018

The Santa Clara Valley Water District has been a participating member of the American Public Works Association (APWA) for more than 40 years. District staff and retirees have served on the board of the local APWA South Bay Area Chapter and have volunteered their time in support of APWA activities.

The district is proud to recognize May 20 – 26, 2018 as National Public Works Week. The Power of Public Works is the theme of this year’s campaign. Take a look below at a few recent examples of water district public works projects.

  • Rinconada Water Treatment Residuals Modifications
  • Rinconada Water Treatment Plant Reliability Improvement
  • 10-Year Pipeline Rehabilitation – Cross Valley Pipeline
  • 10-Year Pipeline Rehabilitation – Almaden Valley Pipeline
  • Main Ave. and Madrone Pipeline Rehabilitation
  • Lower Silver Creek
  • Almaden Lake
  • Penitencia Delivery Main/Force Mail Seismic Retrofit

Rinconada Water Treatment Residuals Modifications

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Rinconada Water Treatment Plant Reliability Improvement

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10-Year Pipeline Rehabilitation – Cross Valley Pipeline

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10-Year Pipeline Rehabilitation – Almaden Valley Pipeline

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Main and Madrone Pipeline Rehabilitation

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Lower Silver Creek

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Almaden Lake

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Penitencia Delivery Main / Force Main Seismic Retrofit1

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The Santa Clara Valley Water District manages an integrated water resources system that includes the supply of clean, safe water, flood protection and stewardship of streams on behalf of Santa Clara County's 1.9 million residents. The district effectively manages 10 dams and surface water reservoirs, three water treatment plants, an advanced recycled water purification center, a state-of-the-art water quality laboratory, nearly 400 acres of groundwater recharge ponds and more than 275 miles of streams. We provide wholesale water and groundwater management services to local municipalities and private water retailers who deliver drinking water directly to homes and businesses in Santa Clara County.