218 Aqua Ln.
Ph: (716) 877-4453
Fx: (716) 871-8842
24 Hours a Day,
7 Days a Week
The Town of Tonawanda Water Treatment Plant uses conventional water treatment techniques which include disinfection, coagulation, sedimentation and filtration. The plant has the capacity to treat 24 million gallons a day (mgd) of potable water. The facility is independently owned and operated by the Town of Tonawanda. The facility was built in 1956, and an addition was added in 1962 to increase capacity.
Town Water Supply
Water is supplied to the Town of Tonawanda and the Village of Kenmore, consisting of more than 72,000 residents along with many businesses, which benefit from the facility. There are over 25,000 service of connections and 350 miles of pipe in a 25-square-mile area serviced by this facility and the water resources group.
The Niagara River is an abundant source of fresh high-quality and stable water suitable for drinking water once treated. This water source is considered unlimited and provides water for many communities with no source restrictions. On the average, the facility withdraws over four billion gallons of water annually for treatment, providing safe, clean and abundant water.