Peace River Manasota Regional Water Supply Authority, Florida

Population (Year): 1000000  (2023)

The Peace River Manasota Regional Water Supply Authority in Florida faces several infrastructure challenges in providing clean and reliable water to its customers. One of the main challenges is the aging infrastructure that requires significant investment to ensure its continued reliability and effectiveness. The water authority also faces challenges in managing the increasing water demands due to population growth and climate change. Additionally, the water supply system needs to invest in improving its water treatment and distribution system to reduce leaks and spills and to ensure that it meets regulatory standards for environmental protection. Despite these challenges, the Peace River Manasota Regional Water Supply Authority is committed to providing efficient and sustainable water services to its customers through targeted investments and strategic planning.

Peace River Manasota Regional Water Supply Authority

Sample Highlights from the Capital Improvement Plan

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Replace 12″ PVC Line


This approximately 1.5 mile long pipeline interconnects the 24″ Kings Highway Transmission Main, the 36″ Southern Regional Transmission Main and the 42″ Phase 2a Regional Loop Interconnect. It serves as a valuable intertie which can provide a backup water feed to Lake Suzy and Charlotte County in the event of a main break on the larger lines. The current pipeline was installed by GDU and it will be replaced with a larger diameter pipeline.



Not Started


5 MGD Brackish Water RO Facility


This alternative water supply project would add 5 MGD AADD of safe yield to the regional system and also add a measure of drought resiliency to the regional water supply network. Brackish groundwater would be withdrawn from the Intermediate Aquifer and the Avon Park formation in the Floridan Aquifer. Reverse osmosis treatment membranes operating at an overall efficiency of 80% would be employed. Reject concentrate would be injected to a permeable zone well below the Avon Park zone. This project includes a combined clearwell for blending control.



Not Started


Regional Integrated Loop – Phase 2D


This pipeline project is comprised of 12.5 miles of pipe tentatively sized as 24″ diameter running from the Phase 2B regional loop pipeline near River Road and US 41 to the Englewood Water District. This segment completes a plant-to-plant connection that will boost local and regional resiliency and facilitate transfer of water in either direction. The project includes a pump station and storage elements as well as chemical trim facilities.



Not Started


Regional Integrated Loop – Phase 4


The Phase 4 Regional Integrated Loop project comprises approximately 15 miles of 24″ diameter water line commencing at the Burnt Store WTP and extending north to the Authority’s Phase 1A transmission main on the south side of the Peace River in the town of Cleveland on the outskirts of Punta Gorda. This project also includes storage and pumping elements.



Not Started


ASR Wellfield Expansion


Success for the Peace River Facility is based upon capitalizing on seasonal storage and can either be accomplished with raw water off-stream reservoirs, or currently, as potable water ASR wells. This project will bring another 12 ASR wells online.



Not Started

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