About the Department
The water and sewer department is responsible for repairing leaks in water and sewer lines, installing new water meters and unclogging sewer mains and small water/sewer line extensions.
Notice: Monitoring Requirements Not Met
DEQ Consumer Confidence Report
Stroud Lake (14,684 AF) supplies water to a treatment plant that provides the community with 1,500,000 GPD capacity. Consumption ranges from 245,000 to 400,000 GPD. Processed water demands from 350 gallons-per-minute to 800 gallons-per-minute instantaneous demand are available, on-site at 65 to 76 psi pressures.
|Storage Capacity||Daily Consumption||Pressure in Mains||Source - Capacity|
|Ground: 260,000 GPD||Max: 1,100,000 GPD||75 PSI||Lake - 1,200,000 GPD|
|Elevated: 1,275,000 GPD||Min: 245,000 GPD||60 PSI|
Sanitation & Sewage Treatment
The city's sewer treatment plant is capable of treating 230,000 gallons per day, with a BOD load of up to 3300 pounds per day and a TSS load of up to 250 pounds per day. Stroud has an SBR System of treatment. The city's sewage treatment system is currently operating at approximately 67% of capacity.
Sewer Treatment Capacity & Load
|Gallons per Day||1,000,000||310,000|