The Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) hardware got a major facelift at the Lake Mary Water Treatment Plant. SCADA controls water and wastewater treatment, and monitors water quality, chemistry, and flows to meet Flagstaff water demands. This technology controls City wells by remotely monitoring the water production at over 35 sites. Not only does the new SCADA system allow for remote operation and monitoring from anywhere in the plant, the decentralized system also isolates malfunctions without disrupting other processes. Through a proactive system of alarms, SCADA triggers early warnings of potential issues to maintain peak function.