Inglewood Reservoir Maintenance Project

TVWD is performing maintenance at its Inglewood Reservoir. The Inglewood Reservoir capacity is 5 million gallons and it was originally constructed in 1961. Construction began in May and expected to take 8-10 weeks to complete.

What is TVWD doing?

TVWD has a contractor performing maintenance on the interior tank columns, re-seal the roof and replace the reservoir access hatch along with other site maintenance needs. Four trees on the reservoir's western border will be removed to allow safe space for the reservoir.

The tennis courts and fencing on top of the reservoir will be removed. New fencing will be installed around the exterior of the reservoir in compliance with drinking water regulations. TVWD will be removing the tennis courts.

Upgrading this reservoir helps provide reliable water service into the future with optimal system flexibility for water storage and delivery.

Community Meeting at Reservoir Park - June 18 at 6 p.m.Inglewood-Meeting

TVWD is considering additional security measures at Inglewood Reservoir.

Please join us on Tuesday, June 18 at 6 p.m. at Reservoir Park/Inglewood Reservoir to learn about changes to the site. Guests will be able to review proposed security changes and provide feedback.

All site changes are being coordinated with THPRD for Reservoir Park.

How can I stay informed?

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Additional notifications will be delivered by mail or door hanger if necessary.

What Is the Timeline?

Construction is scheduled to begin in early May and expected to take 8-10 weeks to complete. Some of the planned maintenance is weather-dependent. Due to a variety of factors, all timelines are subject to change.

How does this affect me?

Depending on your property type and use, this project will affect you in different ways and times:

Working Times

Work will occur between the hours of 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday. Work may periodically occur outside of these times if approved by Washington County.

Traffic Disruptions

Pedestrian access and street parking within the project area will be limited during construction. Construction equipment will be parked and staged on the street near the reservoir site.

General Construction Disruptions

During construction, heavy equipment and materials will be located in the reservoir area. When construction is occurring noise and dust will be present.

Water Service Disruptions

TVWD does not anticipate the need for any water service interruptions during this project.

Updated June 10, 2019