The work is occurring at the end of SW 17th Avenue, north of SW Clifton Street.
The project is currently in the design phase. Construction is expected to begin in August 2023 and should take about eight weeks to complete.
What's Happening Now?
The Project is in the design phase. Throughout the early winter of 2023 crews will be in the area to perform investigative activities. Activities include marking the location of sewer pipes and underground utilities with temporary paint, surveying the land, and collecting soil samples.
During surveying and utility marking, crews will paint markings on the street in different colors. They may also place small flags in the ground, or wooden stakes with ribbons. Find a list of the colors and meanings.
When a public utility is near a sewer pipe, stormwater pipe, or other critical structure, it may be necessary to dig a small hole to locate the utility precisely. This activity is called “potholing.” Work crews will drill eight-inch-wide holes in the public right-of-way at locations within the project area where project designers need better information about the location of underground utilities.
There may be brief periods of noise, dust, and mild vibration during drilling. When potholing is complete, crews will fill in the holes and apply an asphalt patch.
While local access to private driveways will be always maintained, access may be delayed. On-street parking will be temporarily removed within the work area.
The Nonconforming Sewer Office will be contacting some individual property owners who may need to connect to the new sewer main. For more information on nonconforming sewer connections.
We Want to Hear from You
We would like to hear from you about special events, school activities, and community services in your neighborhood you think may be impacted by this project. Also, we want to know if you have any concerns related to business operations, disability or mobility issues, medical or business deliveries, and proposed night work. Your input will help us minimize the impact to your neighborhood during construction.