Haller Wellfield South

Project Description

To meet growing water demands, the City is increasing raw water production capacity from its Haller Wellfield South located in Haller Park.   This project will install two additional production wells and upgrade the pump house and pumping equipment.  The City first looked for alternate water sources as part of its Water Source Expansion Project (follow link) before deciding to add two additional wells at the Haller South Wellfield.   In order to treat additional water being pumped from the Haller Wellfield South, the City is also engaged in a Water Treatment Expansion Project (follow link). These projects will ensure the Arlington community has a long-term source of clean drinking water for the future.

Project Benefits

  • Maintain excellent water quality 
  • Expand drinking water production
  • Provide long-term sustainable water supply

Project Cost and Funding

  • Production Wells: $600,000
  • Pump house Improvements: $1,800,000
  • Funded by: City of Arlington Utilities 

Project Schedule

  • Production wells: 2023
  • Pump house Improvements: 2023 - 2024

Coordination with Local Residents

Regular schedule updates will be provided by the city to keep the community apprised of the progress on the project, and potential impacts.


If you have questions or concerns about this project, please contact the city projects line at 360-403-3544 or cityprojects@arlingtonwa.gov

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Project Documents

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Project Updates

  • August 8, 2023 - Project at 30% design, consultant is finalizing new pump house buildings and layout.  Getting ready for drilling new production wells in October.