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Water Purification
The City of Shreveport has had two water purification plants and pumping stations.

McNeill Street Station
McNeill Street Station went into service in 1897. Drawing water from Twelve Mile Bayou and Red River, the McNeill plant operated until 1980. It is now a museum and is listed as a National Historic Engineering Landmark, one of only four in the entire country.

Thomas L. Amiss Plant
Our current treatment plant, the Thomas L. Amiss Plant, opened in 1930 on the southeast banks of the newly formed Cross Lake. Water from the Twelve Mile Bayou is pumped into Cross Lake to supplement our supply during dry seasons.

Hours: Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.


Contact Us
Qiana Maple
Superintendent

3205 Blanchard Road
Shreveport, LA  71103

Ph: 318-673-7650

Hours
7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
City of Shreveport, Louisiana