LAKESIDE RANCH STORMWATER TREATMENT AREA SOUTH-PHASE II
LAKESIDE RANCH STORMWATER TREATMENT AREA SOUTH-PHASE ll
The purpose of Lakeside Ranch STA is to treat water to reduce phosphorus loading to Lake Okeechobee and the Everglades. MCM will be responsible for completing all Phase II construction activities which will include five treatment cells south of the Preservation Area, comprised approximately 30,328 lineal feet of perimeter levees and 17,442 lineal feet of interior levees; Pump Station S-191A for flood control and recirculation to the STA. The pump station is comprised of three (3) electric pumps at 150 CFS (2 operating and 1 standby), for a firm capacity of 300 CFS; and the Outlet Canal for the entire STA, including culverts under U.S. Highway 98. The Lakeside Ranch STA Project and its associated structures are located on a 2,700-acre parcel of land in southeastern Okeechobee and western Martin Counties between U.S. Highway 441 and U.S. Highway 98 east of Lake Okeechobee.
South Florida Water Management District
Martin County, FL