New aeration system in Watson Lake expected to improve water quality
City of Prescott: Results expected over next one to two years

Installation of four new solar-powered water aerators took place on Watson Lake on Friday and Saturday, Feb. 23-24, 2024. The City of Prescott project is intended to improve the water quality of Watson Lake, which has long been listed as impaired by state and federal agencies. (City of Prescott Public Works Department/Courtesy photo)

Installation of four new solar-powered water aerators took place on Watson Lake on Friday and Saturday, Feb. 23-24, 2024. The City of Prescott project is intended to improve the water quality of Watson Lake, which has long been listed as impaired by state and federal agencies. (City of Prescott Public Works Department/Courtesy photo)

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