All Hurricane Isaac repair and mitigation construction projects sponsored by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and Mississippi Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) completed and are in the Federal and State close-out process.
Bond and Budgeted Projects:
Through the proceeds of our 2016 Revenue Bond, and the annual budget allocation for capital improvements, the JCUA has invested over $23,000,000.00 in improvements to the wastewater treatment and transmission system serving Jackson County and the cities of Gautier, Moss Point, Ocean Springs, and Pascagoula over the last three years. these improvements provide necessary life cycle extensions as well as operational and capacity improvements.
Western Regional Water Supply State Revolving Loan Fund Project:
A Western Regional Water Supply State Revolving Loan Fund Project is now under construction which will provide additional supply and redundancy for the north – south water transmission supply line. The initial construction zone for this project is Old Fort Bayou Road between Humphrey Road and Eglin Road. (Updated 08/28/2017)
Wastewater Transmission Revolving Loan Fund Projects:
The JCUA has several active State Revolvoing Loan Fund Clean Water Projects which ensure we are able to remain in compliance with our operating permits, safely meet the needs of our residents, and protect and improve our environment.
Green-Up Jackson County:
Our "Green-Up Jackson County" initiative to develop an innovative reduction in clean water discharge and expand water reuse is well under way. With the US ARmy Corps of Engineers as our partner, we have completed the planning and evaluation phases of this project and will begin the initial design phase of this effort in August 2018. Over the next year we will carry out many important steps of the initial design and permitting phase that also include several opportunities for public input and information sessions. Check back often for more information soon and a link to a new web site to follow this exciting project.