Work has started on the Water Source and Treatment Capacity Expansion project. Work will continue until the onset of winter conditions when a winter shutdown will take place.
Temporary asphalt surfacing will be provided for the winter. The remaining work will begin in the spring of 2021. All work will be complete by May 31, 2021.
Removal and milling of existing asphalt concrete pavement
Expect traffic to be reduced to single lane travel.
New natural gas main by Northwestern Energy
New 24” water transmission main
Water users connected to the City of Whitefish public water supply may experience brief outages when a temporary water supply is being connected, and again when the permanent water supply is restored. This will be further coordinated with individual water service users approximately two weeks in advance of any work affecting water service.
New 8” sewer main
New asphalt concrete pavement road surface
The work will begin at the intersection of Reservoir Road and Wisconsin Avenue and extend along Reservoir Road for approximately a half mile towards the east up to the water treatment plant. The City of Whitefish currently operates a Water Treatment Plant that treats water from Haskill Creek and Whitefish Lake. The work in Reservoir Road is being completed as part of the City’s Water Source and Treatment Capacity Expansion Project, which will expand the plant’s total capacity from 4 million gallons per day to 6 million gallons per day.