The residents, businesses, and tourists to the City and Borough of Juneau are served by a network of 175 miles of pipes, 6 reservoirs and 3 contact tanks, 8 pump stations, 37 pressure reducing valves, 1,300 fire hydrants, and 8,500 water connections.
The residents, businesses, and tourists to the City and Borough of Juneau are serviced by 7,100 sewer connections via a network of roughly 140 miles of pipes and 45 lift stations known as the Collections System. The sewer collection lines convey the flow to one of the three treatment plants (Juneau-Douglas WWTP, Mendenhall WWTP, or Auke Bay WWTP) located throughout CBJ which processes nearly 3.3 million gallons per day (MGD) or roughly 1.2 billion gallons of water annually.
In September 2016, the Utilities staff hosted a voluntary OSHA facility inspection at the Mendenhall Treatment Plant. The inspection yielded 14 discernible hazards. Staff completed a Report on Correction of Hazards in December 2016 and