The City of Cloverdale provides water services to
over 3,600 residential, commercial, industrial, and irrigation service
connections. The City can provide more
than 500 million gallons of water per year and maintains over 40 miles of water
pipelines, 3,600 service lines, hundreds of fire hydrants, six (6) storage
tanks, and two pump stations. The City’s water filtration plant has the
capacity to produce 4.5 million gallons per day of high quality drinking water.
The City’s four (4) wells have a total capacity in the summer months of 2.4
million gallons per day. The City is nearing completion of about $4 million in
needed water system improvements that have been funded by a low-interest loan
from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). Additional capital projects totaling about
$3.6 million have been identified to rehabilitate and upgrade the water system
over the next five years.
Cloverdale also provides sewer services to
approximately 3,600 customers, maintaining over 37 miles of sewer mains, and
one sewer lift station. The City
operates and maintains a sewer treatment plant with capacity to treat up to 2.2
million gallons per day. Planned capital projects to improve the sewer system
total about $3.6 million over the next five years. Projects are intended to replace old and
deteriorated sewer pipelines as well as improve wastewater treatment processes.