St. Paul Receives Preliminary Plan Approval Today For Water System Upgrades.

Today, the Oregon Health Authority Drinking Water Services Program (OHA-DWS) issued  preliminary plan approval for the City of St. Paul to proceed with upgrades to its water system.  The approval allows the City to begin the engineering and design phase of the project, which involves connecting a well owned by the St. Paul Rodeo Association to the City water system for municipal water service.     Engineers will design the system to meet current drinking water standards subject to further review and approval by OHA-DWS.

The project represents a significant step forward in improving the City’s water system, and was made possible by the collaborative efforts of the City and the St. Paul Rodeo Association and formalized in the recently signed Management Agreement for the St. Paul Rodeo Complex.