Wichita Water Works

Welcome to the dedicated information source for the Wichita Water Works Facility. Here we will provide a reliable source of project updates including frequently asked questions and share progress.

Now Hiring

We are hiring for a variety of positions that will work at the new Wichita Water Works Facility. Please take a moment to watch the video below for more information.

To check current job openings, see our Government Jobs website.

Project Updates

Up-to-date progress and upcoming project milestones are listed below.

Northwest Water Treatment Facility Groundbreaking

A special ceremonial groundbreaking event for the new Northwest Water Treatment Facility took place on Thursday, October 22, 2020. Shovels broke ground at 21st and Hoover, the future home of the new water treatment plant. Representatives from the City, Wichita Water Partners, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment, and the Environmental Protection Agency were on-site to speak about the project.

Evergy Substation - Supporting the New Water Treatment Plant

Development for the new Northwest Water Treatment Plant will include an Evergy substation, critical to the operation of the new Northwest Water Treatment Plant. The substation will be located south of 13th Street, between Scouller Street and Spinnaker Coves Lake, will be approximately 295 by 185 feet in size, and feature an aesthetic surrounding brick wall with landscaping. Construction began in March of 2022 and should conclude in March of 2023. Power lines connecting to the Water Treatment Plant will run underground and not affect Sedgwick County Park.

Additional updates can be found at the Wichita Water Works Newsroom.

Send Us Your Questions on the New Wichita Water Facility

We are currently gathering questions that we've been hearing and ensuring our technical staff can provide the most accurate information. We will compile the most commonly asked questions and answer them on this page.

Submit a question via our Northwest Water Treatment Facility Feedback Form.

Below is an initial set of questions on the project; watch for additional questions and answers to be posted. Please use the form to the right to submit your questions.


Contact Us

Have questions about the new facility? Interested in working at the plant but don't see an open position that meets your skills? Please email the Public Works Department.