The Water System currently has 16,250,000 gallons of potable water storage consisting of: 7,250,000 elevated storage capacity available, 9 million gallons of in-ground storage available.
1986 - Lake Kedron complete and the 4 MGD (million gallons a day) Crosstown Water Treatment Plant complete; a 4 MGD withdrawal permit was issued for Lake Kedron.
1988 - Raw water intake on Line Creek, including 20-inch raw water line to the Water Treatment Plant, installed and 2 MGD withdrawal approved.
1989 - Crosstown Water Treatment Plant upgraded to a 6 MGD plant.
1991 - Starr's Mill, millpond and dam, purchased as a water source. A 2 MGD withdrawal permit was approved from Starr's Millpond.
1992 - Kelly Drive Water Plant was closed and Lake Peachtree's .5 MGD withdrawal permit was transferred to the Crosstown Water Plant.
1992 - Water System was issued a 404 permit for the Lake Horton Project in December.
1993 - Mallett and Associates begin engineering on the County Loop Line. This 32 mile, $10,000,000 project was constructed in six phases and took six years to complete.
1994 - Crosstown Water Plant expanded from 6 MGD to 8 MGD.
1994 - Construction begun on Lake Horton in September.
1995 - Withdrawal permit issued for 10 MGD from the Flint River and 8 MGD from Lake Horton.
1996 - Lake Horton complete.
1997 - Crosstown Water Plant expanded to 13.5 MGD.
1998 - Crabapple Booster pump station complete.
1998 - Started 404 permit process for Lake McIntosh.
1999 - Groundbreaking for the South Fayette Water Treatment Plant.
2000 - Radio Meter Reading program begun.
2001 - South Fayette Water Treatment Plant completed.
2002 - Hwy 92 two million gallon water tank completed.
2004 - Ellis Road two million gallon water tank completed.
2005 - Distribution Warehouse building completed.
2007 - 404 Permit for Lake McIntosh issued.
2010 – Groundbreaking January 20, 2010 for Lake McIntosh.
2012 – Lake McIntosh Reservoir Dedication (December 7).
2013 – Lake McIntosh full (February)
2013 Lake McIntosh Park completed.