Water Supply District No. 2 Projects
Project No. 1
Dutzow Water and Wastewater Improvements
18,000 gallons per day Wastewater Treatment Facility, Dutzow, MO
18,000 gallon per day wastewater treatment system was constructed
in Dutzow with the benefit of a grant acquired by the Booneslick
Regional Planning Commission. The wastewater treatment system allows
for greater economic growth in the Dutzow area by providing sewer
capacity for expansion now and in the future by local residents
and businesses. Additionally, the Water District may receive a $686,000
stimulus fund Community Development Block Grant for the construction
of public water supply improvements in the Dutzow area. The construction
would consist of a new well and storage tank that will provide more
water to the existing water system users in Dutzow and allow new
customers to connect. Construction of the improvements is anticipated
start within the next year.
Providence Estates Water and Wastewater Systems
Near Foristell, the Water District constructed a one million gallon
water tower. The tower was designed by Cochran Engineering of Union,
Missouri, and constructed by CB&I of Chicago. The tank was connected
to the District’s water system serving Foristell. A new well
was also constructed. The well and tower will provide the water
supply for the new Providence Estates Subdivision and additional
and redundant supply for Foristell. The wastewater system will serve
Providence Estates and other future development in the area.
Providence Estates Water Tower and Wastewater Treatment Plant, Foristell,
Highway D Water Pump Station Replacement
In order to provide better pressure and fire protection in Defiance
and in the Highway D corridor west to New Melle, the Water District
replaced an existing booster pump station and constructed new water
pipelines in the area. Below is a picture of the new booster pump
station. The new, larger station is sized to serve existing customers
as well as future customer growth in the area.
I-64 / Highway 40 Water Main Relocation
With the I-64 road improvements in St. Charles County, the Water
District relocated thousands of feet of water transmission mains
and increased the size of the mains for future growth in the area.
Below are pictures of a Horizontal Directional Drill where a 24”
water main was pulled under a portion of Lake Saint Louis next to
Hickory Trails Water and Wastewater Systems
North of I-70 at Wright City, the Water District constructed a 1.5
million gallon elevated water storage tank and new deep well to
serve the Hickory Trails Subdivision. Also the first phase of its
wastewater treatment plant was constructed. The initial phase allows
for treatment of 50,000 gallons of wastewater each day.
Hickory Trails Water Tower, Wright City, MO
Sommers Road Water Main Relocation & Upgrade
The Water District relocated and increased the size of 1.2 miles
of water main on Sommers Road in association with St. Charles County’s
road improvement project. The water main was upgraded to a 20”
main to supply enough water to the area now and in the future.
Daniel Boone Pump Station Redundant Power Supply
In accordance with its long range master plan, the Water District
installed a second 4160-Volt power supply from Cuivre River Electric
Cooperative to its existing Daniel Boone Pump Station. By connecting
the pump station to two electric service feeds from two different
power supply locations (substations), the project provides redundancy
and increased reliability in the event of a prolonged power outage.
These improvements along with an existing diesel engine increase
the reliability of water service to the District’s customers
in Lake St. Louis, Dardenne Prairie, New Melle, Defiance, southern
O’Fallon, Wentzville and many other areas.