Casselton, N.D. – New Water Tower Project

The city’s current water distribution system contains one 500,000-gallon elevated storage tank constructed in 2004, one 300,000-gallon ground storage reservoir constructed in 1962 and a 100,000 gallon elevated water tank that was built in the 1950s. The 300,000-gallon ground storage reservoir is starting to deteriorate and the 100,000-gallon water tower is no longer in service.

To meet the future water storage demands given by the current growth projections, it was recommended the city install a new 500,000-gallon water tower. The new water tower will ensure adequate fire flows and water pressures throughout the city.  As a part of the project, we will remove the existing 100,000-gallon water tower and 300,000-gallon ground storage reservoir.


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