New High Service Reservoir Pump House opens in Moose Jaw

It’s been a project that has taken over two years to build, but the brand new High Service Reservoir Pump House in Moose Jaw had its grand opening today.
The pumphouse, located near the Lynbrook Golf Course on Grafton Avenue, will help meet water security needs for residents of the Notorious City for a long time to come.

The facility cost $15 million, which includes $3.936 million from the Municipal Economic Enhancement Program.
“Our government was proud to play a role in this project by investing more than $3.9 million in provincial funding toward this key City of Moose Jaw infrastructure,” said Tim McLeod, provincial secretary and MLA for Moose Jaw North in a media release.
The city of Moose Jaw added the remainder.
Moose Jaw mayor Clive Tolley thanked city councils past and present for putting the money for the project, as well as the provincial government, the city’s engineering team and city administration.

We can’t overstate how this new facility will help ensure water security to our residents for the next several decades,” said  Tolley in a media release.

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