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Enfield Area Sewer Improvements


This project is ongoing and is set to be completed by the end of Fiscal Year 19.

Part One: This project replaces approximately 1,700 feet of existing gravity sewer pipe and associated laterals on Lime Kiln Road from Enfield Road to Alum Spring Road. Existing service line connections to residences will be replaced to the property line and will include cleanouts. The existing collection line was constructed in the 1960’s and has a history of chronic inflow and infiltration problems. The line has been previously tested and examined by the City personnel and is known to have I&I issues. The line is subject to heavy amounts of inflow in rain events that contribute to capacity issues in the trunk line.

Part Two: This project replaces approximately 3,400 feet of existing gravity sewer pipe and associated laterals on McClung Place, Fairview Place, Denny Lane, and Colonnade Avenue. Existing service line connections to residences will be replaced to the property line and will include cleanouts. Engineering design services are scheduled for FY21. The existing collection line was constructed in 2000 by a private developer before being given to the City. The roads, sewers, etc. in the development show signs of improper compaction and settling. The sewer lines in the area are a source of inflow and infiltration to the Enfield Basin despite their newer age.

This is part of a series of upcoming and ongoing wastewater projects including Taylor Street (Wallace to Houston), infiltration and inflow reduction projects, and the Woods Creek Interceptor improvements for a total cost of $1,878,695. Learn more by viewing the Capital Improvements Plan.

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