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Posted on: September 28, 2020

Water Master Plan: Customer Survey


The City of Cody is working with the Wyoming Water Development Commission (WWDC) to complete a Level 1 Treated Water and Raw Water Master Plan.  The Water Master Plan is completely funded by a grant from the WWDC, and the project team includes City of Cody staff, WWDC staff, and a local engineering consultant team led by Engineering Associates.

The Water Master Plan will provide a long-term, priority-based assessment for the operation of the City’s treated water and raw water distribution systems. In addition, the Water Master Plan will include a cost of service-based analysis of the revenue and expenses projected for the water systems, and make recommendations for any rate modifications needed to sustain the water utility. When the plan is completed, City of Cody customers will see numerous benefits, including the following:

  • System Reliability — Stable, dedicated funding of the water systems will help ensure facilities are maintained in good working order, and replaced or upgraded as needed. By having the proper levels of funding identified, the water systems can provide safe, clean drinking water and reliable raw water delivery for irrigation.

  • Improved Service — In areas of the City where treated drinking water lines and raw water lines are old and undersized, replacement projects can be planned to: minimize the potential for outages due to main breaks; reduce color and odor due to rusty water caused by old pipes; and improve pressure and flow to your home from both water distribution systems.

  • Improved Fire Flows — As old and undersized treated water lines are replaced, emergency fire flow is also improved without compromising normal water service. Older and undersized fire hydrants will also be replaced to meet current standards and to be compatible with fire fighting equipment.

As a first step in preparing the Water Master Plan, the project team is seeking input from our customers. As the end user of the water system, you can offer important feedback on the performance of the treated drinking water and raw water systems. Please complete the survey to help us gather important information.

Thank you for your time and assistance.

Cody Water Master Plan Survey
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