Did you know that $0.62 of every $1.00 in your water bill is reinvested in system improvements?
Charlotte Water (CLTWater) oversees more than $200 million worth of water and sewer improvement projects each year. CLTWater is committed to providing timely, accurate information to customers and the general public about work that may affect them. All projects are paid for by customers through water bills.
Check out the below links for information about some of our largest and most visible water and sewer improvement projects.
Community Investment Plan
Map of Past Capital Improvement Projects and Investments.
- Proposed Regional Wastewater Treatment Facility- This is near the Catawba River and would serve the Long Creek basin in Mecklenburg County.
- McAlpine Creek Improvements -This
project will add capacity to the existing sewer so that it can handle
peak flow events that occur during times of wet weather mimizing sewer
spills into creek.
- Briar Creek Improvements - The
goal is to add sewer pipes along Briar Creek from the Sugar Creek
Wastewater Treatment Plant (Tyvola and Park roads) to Harris Boulevard.
This project will enhance system performance, provide increased sewer
capacity for present and future needs, and protect the water quality in
- Steele Creek Pump Station and Force Main
If you have general questions about our engineering projects, email or call 704-399-2221. For questions about a particular project, visit that project's site for contact information.