Water Treatment

The City of Sand Springs treats and provides drinking water to 12,000 customers within a 150 square mile service area, with approximately 4,500 of those customers residing outside of the city limits. The city draws most of its raw water from Skiatook Lake through a joint operating agreement with the City of Sapulpa. Shell Creek Lake serves as a secondary source of raw water. Unlike most cities in the Tulsa area, Sand Springs has its own water supply and treatment facilities, and is not reliant on another municipality or entity for such a vital utility.

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