Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation Project 2022

The project includes approximately 2,000 linear feet of sewer pipe lining, 2,000 linear feet of mainline replacement, 1,000 linear feet of lateral replacement, the rehabilitation of 8 sewer manholes, and replacing 40 manhole covers. This project was identified from a Public Works needs assessment and is the second phase of the Sanitary Sewer Rehab Project (WO 277)

Project Updates: 

May 2022

The City is currently seeking bids from contractors to conduct the sewer pipelining work. Construction is expected to start in summer 2022. 

July 21, 2021

The City has retained the services of Wallis Engineers, ProPipe, and Compass Surveyors to provide engineering design and construction inspection throughout the project. During this phase of the project, employees from Wallis or their subcontractors may need to enter your property in order to locate sewer infrastructure or assess the condition of the sanitary sewer.

The next phase of the project will involve locating each homeowner’s service laterals at the property line. Where there is exterior access to the sewer cleanout, representatives from ProPipe may need to access the front or back yard. Where outside access does not exist, ProPipe will need to access a basement or floor drain inside the home. This access will be scheduled on a case-by-case basis to minimize disruption.

March 31, 2021

The 2022 wastewater rehab project is currently in design. The City is anticipating construction will occur in summer 2022.


Project Details
WO 312
Project Contact: 

Stefan Broadus, Assistant City Engineer

(503) 635-0267


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