The MetroWest Irrigation Upgrade Project continues,
saving community money and helping the environment
MetroWest Master Association’s (MWMA) MetroWest Irrigation Upgrade project is progressing with the completion of Westpointe Boulevard, the first section to benefit from this new $1.7 million eco-friendly, modern system.
The competed irrigation system installed along Westpointe Boulevard can now be managed through computers and the internet and from a remote source in the field, as needed. Residents have noticed that the reclaimed water is scheduled to flow evenly and systematically along the pathways, and not directly on the paths, affording maximum resource stewardship.
The installation is now progressing from South Hiawassee to MetroWest Boulevard. As the installation process continues, residents and businesses will notice Newburg Irrigation personnel and vehicles in the area as they dig, bore and install new equipment. As each stretch of road is begun, MWMA will work with each HOA, COA, or business entity to minimize any possible inconvenience to residents, business owners, and MetroWest visitors.
The new irrigation system project meets the highest city and state quality standards and brings MetroWest into compliance with the City of Orlando’s guidelines for water management. It will also save the community money through the use of eco-friendly and much needed water efficiency equipment, and provides MetroWest with the ability for isolated watering, eco-friendly and water conservation technology, and will reduce reclaimed water from impacting pedestrian walkways.