A new pump station will be built by the Weber Basin Water Conservancy District to meet the projected 20-year growth in Fruit Heights, Kaysville and Farmington.

The district, which provides culinary water to the communities, has chosen Nelson Brothers Construction to build a pump house and install three pumps that will increase pressure along the south branch pipeline. The cost of the project is $394,900.Mark Anderson, district engineer, the booster station, to be located on Antelope Drive, will double the capacity of the culinary water system.