Lucity Clients in the Spotlight

Here at Lucity we know that you work hard for your community and we love to see you recognized for those efforts. We saw a few of you mentioned in industry publications – congratulations! (Be sure you forward us your accomplishments – we are happy to share!)

The City of Riverside, California, recently expanded its Regional Water Quality Control Plant, the largest public works project the city has ever completed.

Ohio’s Northwestern Water & Sewer District was established in 1994 to consolidate utilities of 19 local municipalities and townships. They are featured as the cover story of I&I magazine.

If you attended ACT18 you may have heard Deirdre Blackard’s presentation “Leak Detection from Space…Really?” Rockdale County, Georgia, received Green Community certification for their leak detection efforts.

We’d like to congratulate the City of North Port, Florida, for maintaining their APWA Accreditation status! The City was also recognized as a Digital Cities 2018 award recipient!

Johnson County (Kansas) Wastewater‘s story focuses on their Collection System Asset Management Plan and highlights their efforts to use data to increase efficiency in its collection system.

The following agencies were recognized as Digital Cities 2018 award recipients:

  • City of Lynchburg, Virginia
  • City of Bloomington, Indiana
  • City of Hampton, Virginia
  • City of Pasadena, California
  • City of Long Beach, California
  • City of Riverside, California
  • City of Wichita, Kansas

Congratulations to all of you for the recognition and thanks for all you do for our communities!

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