Panama City Beach Parkway Reuse Transmission System completed


PANAMA CITY BEACH — Mayor Mark Sheldon said Thursday marked another “great day” for the Beach.

Local officials and members of the Northwest Florida Water Management District celebrated the completion of the Panama City Beach Parkway Reuse Transmission System during a press conference at City Hall.

Completed last month, the system will provide reclaimed water to more than 200 existing connections, 1,500 new connections and up to 400,000 gallons of water per day to the Publix Sports Park off Chip Seal Parkway. 

“It’s a home run for the community,” Sheldon said. “We constantly talk about here at City Hall how we can continue to improve our water for our residents, and how we can improve our water for our businesses and tourists alike.”

Local officials and members of the Northwest Florida Water Management District celebrated the completion of the Panama City Beach Parkway Reuse Transmission System during a press conference on Thursday at City Hall.

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According to a press release from the Beach, the system’s construction featured the installation of about 7,350 linear feet of 20-inch PVC pipes along Panama City Beach Parkway (Back Beach Road) from North Glades Trail to Chip Seal Parkway.



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