The Consolidated Utility District Engineering Department is responsible for the development and maintenance of the distribution system hydraulic model. It oversees operations with the GIS and GPS program, Inspection, Telemetry & SCADA, and Water Quality.This department also works to provide assistance to developers on new construction projects.


  • Assists with project plan review
  • Assists with design assessment and feasibility
  • Commercial/Multi-Family/Industrial tap fee calculation
  • Communication with county and city planning and engineering departments on projects
  • Fire hydrant feasibility calculations
  • Distribution system hydraulic model via Innovyze‚Äôs InfoWater software
  • Monitors distribution system to identify leaks and potential problems