A project to extend an industrial waste sewer line will result in the closure of South 3rd Street next week between Arlington Street and South 2nd Street. The closure begins on Monday, April 28th and will continue until Friday, May 2nd. Following completion of the South 3rd Street work, Arlington Street and South 3rd Street will be paved and reopened to the public.
As part of the industrial waste sewer line extension project, a domestic sanitary sewer main is also being rehabilitated between Ranch Rite Road and Arlington Street. Work is anticipated to begin the night of Monday, April 28th and continue through Friday night, May 2nd. Construction activities may temporarily affect homeowners and businesses adjacent to the project area. Property owners will be notified a minimum of 24 hours prior to any service disruption.
During the project, traffic delays in the areas are likely to occur. Drivers should use alternate routes if possible until the project is completed.
Access to homes and businesses in the project areas will be impacted, but will be maintained when possible. Emergency vehicles will be allowed through the project areas if necessary.
As always, the schedule for these types of projects is subject to change daily dependent on weather, equipment failure, and emergencies.
P.O.W. Contracting, Inc., a Pasco-based firm, is serving as the primary contractor on the industrial waste sewer extension project.
For additional information regarding this project, contact Wastewater Operations Manager Marc Cawley at 576-6303.