Jackson-Milton Water / Sewer District

The water and sewer extension projects includes construction of an elevated water storage tank in North Jackson. Construction is 100% complete; water and sewer permits are being issued daily.
Water Improvements
Upgrades to the Webb Road Pump Station are complete, improving the reliability of the system. Installation of new waterlines beginning at the intersection of Mahoning Avenue and Newton Falls Road and extending west along Mahoning Avenue approximately 3.5 miles to Grandview Avenue. Waterlines have been extended along Northeast River Road and Southeast River Road. Total project cost $6.2 Million.

Milton Sewer Improvements
Sanitary sewer project included the extensions along the west side of the Lake to include the streets of Lillian, Forest and Alois. Sanitary Sewers were constructed along Southeast River Road to Ellsworth Road. Total sewer project cost is $4.5 Million.
Jackson - Milton Water District Water Tower
New elevated water tower at Mahoning Avenue. Art work for the water tower as done by graphic arts students at Jackson-Milton High School.
Project Funding
Funding for the water and sanitary sewer projects was provided in part by a Grant from the federal EPA, along with grants, and loans from USDA, OPWC and Mahoning County. The project was completed in late 2006.
  • USDA:
    • Grant: $3,488,000
    • Loan: $4,264,000
  • EPA: Grant $5,000,000
  • OPWC: Loan $1,100,000

Project Map

Project Map