Starting the evening of August 6th, the City will be performing a repair on a 100 year old sewer main buried under Lincoln Street. Crews will access the manhole in the intersection of 8th and Lincoln. To minimize traffic related issues, this work will be performed overnight on August 6th and 7th starting at 8:30pm and concluding by 7:00am on both days. We will patch the sewer main without excavating the roadway by using a trenchless liner system.
This repair is part of the City’s broader initiative to reduce the risk of costly sewer main breaks by rehabbing aging sewer infrastructure using cost effective, trenchless technologies.
What to Expect
Schedule: August 6th - 7th, overnight from 8:30pm to 7:00am.
Local Access: Access to all properties near the project will be maintained.
Traffic Delays: You should expect minor traffic delays near the work area due to crews working in the roadway. The intersection at 8th and Lincoln will not be closed at any time during the project. Please observe traffic control devices and signs, and follow the directions of flaggers if present.
Parking: There may be parking restrictions near the work sites on Lincoln Street, please observe traffic control signs.
Noise: You can expect noise typical of vehicles and air compressors.
Equipment Storage: No equipment will be stored at or near the project site.
Periods of Inactivity: Work will be conducted in multiple phases. A variety of factors may cause periods of inactivity.
For more information:
If you would like more information about the project or have questions and concerns you’d like to discuss, please call 360-417-4855 or email email@example.com.