7 decades in the making, new Fallbrook water treatment plant opens


Last updated 11/18/2021 at 2:46pm

FALLBROOK – Culminating one of the longest-running federal lawsuits in San Diego County history, on Nov. 9, the Fallbrook Public Utility District christened its new $60 million water treatment plant, which will purify millions of gallons of water from the Santa Margarita River every year and deliver it to the residents of Fallbrook.

“Finally, the people of Fallbrook will be able to benefit from this abundant nearby water supply, which will provide our district with half of its water needs and reduce our reliance on expensive imported water,” said Jack Bebee, general manager of FPUD.


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