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The North Riverside Water Project is an example of the City of Riverside's commitment to clean up water supply contaminants and ensure a plentiful supply of high-quality water to our customers. It was completed in June 2003.
North Riverside Water Supply Project

Project planning began in 1998 when Lockheed Martin Corporation agreed to fund the installation of the pipeline system ($8.5 million) as part of an agreement with Riverside to remove trichloroethylene (TCE) from its water supplies. In 2001, a $4.15 million settlement was reached with various fertilizer manufacturers, funding the construction and operation of the Garner B and Palmyrita treatment plants, for removing dibromochloropropane (DBCP), with an additional $1 million committed to fund a transmission line to deliver water from four refurbished wells to the new treatment plants.

The City of Riverside continues to take a proactive approach to providing high quality water to our customers and invites you to celebrate our progress with us.