ROSAMOND —The Rosamond Community Services District invites the public to a groundbreaking to commemorate the beginning of construction of the new wastewater reclamation plant at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 6. The newly named Rosamond CSD Water Reclamation Plant is expected to be operational in Spring 2021.
“We are excited to welcome the Rosamond community to celebrate this step forward for the long-term water stability of our district,” said Steve Perez, RCSD General Manager. “When this plant is fully operational, it will save the district approximately 6.5 million dollars, a savings which will ultimately benefit the ratepayers.”
The Rosamond CSD Water Reclamation Plant is expected to cost $15 million, approximately $10 million of which will be borrowed and $5 million paid for from cash reserves. Rosamond Community Services District will also be using $880,000 of Prop 1 funds recently awarded in a grant through the California Department of Water Resources.
WHAT: The public is invited to attend the groundbreaking ceremony for the new Rosamond CSD Wastewater Reclamation Plant.
WHEN: Wednesday, Nov. 6 at 11 a.m.
WHERE: Rosamond CSD Wastewater Treatment Plant
817 Patterson Rd.
Rosamond, CA 93560
(Patterson and 10th St)
WHO: The following officials from the Rosamond Community Services District are anticipated to be in attendance:
Greg Wood, President
Rick Webb, Vice President
Byron Glennan, Director
Ben Stewart, Director
Steve Perez, General Manager
For More Information about the event, contact: Lizette Guerrero at (661) 256-3411