54” West Bank Interceptor Reroute

City staff in Water Utility Services Department has been working with engineers and contractors on constructing the water and sewer utilities for the private/public Riverfront Development Project.  In conjunction with the riverfront development, this project involves the construction of a new 54-inch sanitary sewer line that will reroute sewage flows along University Parks to an existing 54-inch sanitary sewer, which crosses Interstate Highway 35 near the Brazos River. 

Projected Start/End Dates

Work on this project began in July 2021 and is anticipated to be complete in Spring 2022.

Projected Cost

Approximately $3.5 million

Anticipated Impact to Residents

Impact

Primary Core Issue Addressed

Wastewater Master Plan: Asset renewal

Highway 84 Corridor Wastewater System Improvements – Phase 3B

The project includes the installation of wastewater gravity main near the intersection of Old Lorena Road and Church Road, extending west-southwest to a manhole in Harris Creek Road, just south of Leafy Hollow Lane.  Additionally, the project includes installation of manholes, erosion controls, pavement repair, concrete trail removal and replacement, and connections to the existing wastewater system. 

Projected Start/End Dates

Work on this project began March 2021 and is anticipated to be complete in Spring 2022.

Projected Cost

Approximately $4.6 million

Anticipated Impact to Residents

Temporary, partial closures of Cotton Belt Trail are anticipated, as a result of this project.

Primary Core Issue Addressed

Wastewater Master Plan: Asset renewal