The Santa Rosa Water Reclamation Facility Rehabilitation Project includes the rehabilitation and replacement of existing infrastructure to continue to provide reliable and redundant wastewater treatment through the rated buildout capacity of 5 million gallons per day. The Project includes rehabilitation of the existing unit treatment processes (preliminary, secondary, tertiary, and solids handling), and the supporting infrastructure identified and developed based on meeting the following goals and objectives:
  • Extend the useful life of existing assets; 
  • Replace obsolete and ineffective equipment and facilities; 
  • Improve operational treatment efficiencies; and 
  • Reduce operating and maintenance costs. 

Current Status

The Santa Rosa Water Reclamation Facility Rehabilitation Project is currently out for public bid, with bid opening scheduled for May 2018.  Construction contract award and notice to proceed is anticipated to occur in June 2018, with construction lasting approximately 2-1/2 years.

Bid Results

Total Estimated Project Cost

The total estimated construction cost of the project is $29.1 million and is funded by a State Revolving Fund Loan.