Wildwood, Florida - Est. 1877

 
 
 
 
Water Facilities

Water Facilities

The City of Wildwood is currently permitted for operating six (6) potable water wells at four (4) water treatment plant sites. All drinking water within the city is pumped or stored from these facilities.

501 Plant – This facility has two (2) 12 inch diameter wells equipped with vertical turbine pumps. In addition, the plant has two (2) ground water storage tanks of 500,000 and 1,000,000 gallons each along with supporting equipment and site improvements. This facility has recently been upgraded with new electronics and treatment equipment to better serve the City needs.

Huey Street Plant – This water treatment plant has a single (1) 12 inch diameter well equipped with a vertical turbine pump. Also on-site is an elevated-pedestal water storage tank. The tank has a 500,000-gallon capacity with an overall height of 147’. The tank is founded on a concrete base.

CR 214 Plant – This water treatment facility is a re-pump facility providing additional chlorination and pressure to the northern end of the system. It has an on-grade concrete storage tank. The tank has a 500,000-gallon capacity and is 24’ high and is approximately 60’ in diameter. This tank is equipped with four (4) integrated screed vents that also act as overflows.

Fairways Plant – This water treatment plant has a single (1) 10 inch diameter well equipped with a vertical turbine pump. Hydro tank is a pressure vessel welded steel tank. The tank has an approximate capacity of 8,500 gallons and is 22’ long and 25’ in diameter. The tank is founded on steel cradles and concrete footings.

 

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