The Water and Sewer Authority of Cabarrus County (WSACC) is an independent, incorporated, public body funded by user fees with no taxing authority supporting five jurisdictions in North Carolina: Cabarrus County, the Cities of Concord and Kannapolis, and the Towns of Harrisburg and Mount Pleasant.
WSACC is the primary planning agent for water and sewer facilities, provides wholesale wastewater transportation and treatment for its organizing jurisdictions, and provides reservoir management for some, or all, of its jurisdictions.
Lake Don T. Howell (Coddle Creek Reservoir) includes two raw water intakes, one near the dam along Highway 73 (owned by City of Concord), and another near Highway 3 (owned by City of Kannapolis).
The expansion project to increase Rocky River Regional’s capacity is currently on track for completion on schedule (Spring 2024).
On Monday, October 31, Tetra Tech, an environmental contractor for the Water and Sewer Authority of Cabarrus County, will measure flow speed of Rocky River by placing in-stream automatic data loggers and a non-toxic red dye at four locations along the entire Rocky River mainstream.
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