The Triangle region is growing. To support this growth, the WIP aims to secure a long-term water supply for the area. The plan involves withdrawing and treating water from Jordan Lake. That water would then be delivered to our communities’ water systems.
Jordan Lake is a reservoir west of Raleigh and south of Durham in Chatham County. It supplies water to surrounding communities. The lake is a popular place for recreation, and it helps conserve fish and wildlife habitats. Jordan Lake also controls flooding and water quality. All this makes the lake a vital regional resource.
This project will provide access to the lake’s water supply while protecting its other uses – all to benefit our communities.
Use the tabs below to explore the project and learn more about the Jordan Lake water supply.
A new raw water intake and pump station on the west side of Jordan Lake, a regional water treatment plant on property currently owned by one of our member utilities, and a water supply pipeline connecting them.Learn More
Regional water supply pipelines to deliver treated water to our communities.Learn More
Facilities that maintain water pressure and movement through the water supply pipelines and connect them to existing Partner water distribution systems.Learn More
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