Rock Creek Treatment Plant: Stations
Rock Creek Pump Station
400 North Kentucky, Independence, MO 64053
Services the Rock Creek Watershed, one of the oldest and most densely populated areas of the City and is designed to pump 18 million gallons per day to the wastewater treatment facility. Flows in excess of 18 million gallons per day are pumped to peak flow clarifiers (for retention) each having a 1.8 million gallon capacity. The station is equipped with aerated grit chambers and automated bar screens, which remove sand, grit, rags, and sticks.
Sugar Creek Pump Station
10600 Hayworth Rd, Independence, MO 64053
Services the Sugar Creek Watershed and the majority of the population in the Mill Creek Watershed. The station is designed to pump 10 million gallons per day to the wastewater treatment facility. It is equipped with automated bar screens to remove large debris, such as rags and sticks.
- Sugar Creek
- Pump Station
Other Pumping/Lift Stations
The other stations listed below are located throughout the City’s service area to lift wastewater over hills from low lying areas to the major pump stations.
- Dickinson Pump Station
- Kentucky I Pump Station
- Kentucky II Pump Station
- Country Meadows Pump Station
- Saddle Ridge
- Saddle Ridge Villas
- Farview Pump Station (County Owned - City Maintained)