THE MOONLAKE FORCEMAIN PROJECT IS COMPLETE

Construction on the Moonlake Forcemain Project is now complete and the system will be put into service on Tuesday, November 17th. Residents in the Moonlake area will not be affected by this new service in any way.

We would like to thank everyone who lives and travels in this area for their patience and understanding as we undertook this important construction project.

This project was required by a Consent Order from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection to decommission the Deer Park Wastewater Treatment Plant. In addition to complying with the Consent Order, the project will now aid in the regionalization of the system, which will ultimately reduce costs.

Thank you again for your patience as we work to improve Pasco County. If you have any questions, or have any unresolved issues related to the construction process, please contact the Pasco County Utilities department at (727) 847-8131.

 

PROJECT OVERVIEW

The Moon Lake Forcemain Project is a 5.5 mile, 30-inch diameter pipeline that starts at Ridge Rd. and DeCubellis Rd., continues north along Moon Lake Rd., east on Terra Ceia Ave., north on Adler St., then east along Banbury Ave., north along Lake Dr., then west on Oconee Blvd. and finally north along Key Lime Dr., tying into an existing force main along S.R. 52.

This project is required by a Consent Order from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection to decommission the Deer Park Wastewater Treatment Plant. In addition to complying with the Consent Order, the project will aid in the regionalization of the system, which will ultimately reduce costs.

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