Environmental Services is designing a project in NW Thurman Street to reconstruct and increase the capacity of the 100-year-old public sewer system that carries both sewage and stormwater in the area. The project will reconstruct 3,100 feet of public sewer pipes and construct new manholes, storm drains, and service laterals that connect private properties to the public sewer. These improvements will accommodate future growth in the area and relieve basement sewer backups at 31 properties.
The project area is bounded by NW Thurman Street to the north, NW Aspen Avenue to the west, NW Savier Street to the south, and NW 30th Avenue to the east. See the project map for proposed pipe work locations.
Design is underway. Construction is anticipated to begin in the summer of 2018 and take about a year to complete.
Because the neighborhood has been through other major construction projects recently, including a bridge replacement in 2014 and a paving project in 2012, we understand that residents may be growing weary of construction activities and traffic controls. Thank you for your patience and cooperation as Environmental Services works to complete this major capital improvement project to provide another 100 years of public sewer service.
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