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E. Washington Street Improvement Project


[ Project Scope ]
The current plan is to rehabilitate the 112-year old sanitary sewer main by installing a cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) liner, repairing manholes, lining and/or replacing laterals within the public Right-of-Way (R/W) and installing clean-outs (a riser pipe that allows access for cleaning of the line from ground level) near the sidewalk.  CIPP is a trenchless technology that inserts an epoxy liner inside the pipe which is heat cured under pressure to harden and conform to the shape of the pipe. The limits of the sanitary sewer rehabilitation extends from Pleasant Alley (behind Key Bank) to 540 E. Washington Street (Panini’s). 

[ Overview of Schedule ]

  • Philomethian Street to Cleveland Street – Monday, August 24 through Friday, October 2
  • North Main Street to Philomethian Street – Monday, September 28 through Friday, November 6
  • Ridgewood Road to Billy Campbell Boulevard – Monday, November 2 through Friday, November 27
  • PAVING WORK THROUGH THE ENTIRE PROJECT AREA – Wednesday, November 4 through Friday, November 20, weather-permitting

[ Schedule for the week of August 31st, 2020]

  • Philomethian Street to Cleveland Street closed for construction
  • High School can be accessed from entering Washington Street at Cleveland Street or Ridgewood.

[ Details & Project History ]

9/3/2020Limited Environmental Review (LER)From EPADocument
by end of Aug, 2020Letter to residents with lateral line statusLateral Line StatusLetters
8/19/20Press release and letter sent to:
E. Washington & Senlac Hills Residents
Schedule ChangesPress Release/Letter
8/6/2020Letter sent to CF SchoolsSchedule InformationLetter
8/6/2020Letter sent to Senlac Hills ResidentsSchedule InformationLetter
6/5/2020Press release – project starting June 15thProject OverviewPress Release
6/4/2020Public meeting to discuss planned infrastructure improvementsPublic MeetingMeeting Minutes
5/28/2020Letter sent to residents informing them of project and public meeting informationProject OverviewLetter