Water Treatment Plant
City of Muskogee Water Treatment Plant
Located at the confluence of the Arkansas, Verdigris, and Grand Rivers, the City of Muskogee's Water Treatment Plant services a population of approximately 55,000 and is regulated by the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality.
The Plant has multiple high service pump stations, two storage tanks and over 407 miles of pipeline within the distribution system. The reservoir is located on the Grand River and serves as the primary water source of Muskogee, Haskell, Taft, Porter, Okay, Fort Gibson, Wagoner, and six rural water districts.
A sustainable water supply and distribution system has become increasingly important to Muskogee. The Plant in its efforts to provide clean drinking water through its multiple chemical processes, treats an average of 17,686,000 gallons per day from Fort Gibson Lake. Once processed the treated water is then stored in ground level storage reservoirs until it is ready for distribution and consumption.