The project is funded through a $10M Intermunicipal Water Infrastructure Grant (IMG) and $29.34M in short-term market-rate financing (SRF) from New York State Environmental Facilities Corporation (EFC).
About the Tomhannock Reservoir
The City of Troy's Tomhannock Reservoir is a 5.2 mile long, man-made reservoir located approximately 6.5 miles northeast of the Collar City.
It provides over 21 million gallons of clean water daily to 135,000 customers in Troy and nine communities across three Capital Region counties (Albany, Rensselaer, Saratoga), including the City of Rensselaer, the Towns of East Greenbush, North Greenbush, Brunswick, Schaghticoke, Poestenkill, Halfmoon, and the Villages of Waterford and Menands.
- Mayor Madden Announces Start of Major Infrastructure Project to Replace Water Transmission Lines Between Tomhannock Reservoir and City's Water Treatment Plant