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Phase 3 Sanitary Sewer System Improvements
Project Name:
     Phase 3 Sanitary Sewer System Improvements

General Area:
     City-wide

Project Description:

Through an inspection process, it has been determined that the sanitary and storm sewer several areas of the City of Oskaloosa has begun to fail, causing high inflow and infiltration.  The phase 3 project is the second of several projects that have been planned in order to provide effective and reliable sanitary and storm sewer service to residents. The project includes sewer pipe reconstruction, sewer pipe lining, manhole reconstruction, manhole rehabilitation, and manhole invert repairs. The preliminary plans for the project can be seen below.

Preliminary Plans


Project Locations:

Work will be performed in various locations throughout the city. View the location maps below for detailed locations for projects.

Overall Location Map
Northeast Quadrant
Northwest Quadrant
Southeast Quadrant
Southwest Quadrant


Project Benefits:
Residents currently using sanitary and storm sewer services in these areas will benefit directly as a result of this project.  This project will also reduce the inflow and infiltration of excess water into wastewater treatment facilities, which will reduce long-term operating and maintenance costs.

Project Status:
This project is currently still in design, with a Public Meeting to be held at 6 pm on November 8th, 2018 at the ISU Extension Office. At this meeting, the city will review the plans for the sanitary sewer replacement portions of the plans. An additional Public Meeting will be held at a later date for the sewer rehabilitation portions of the project.

Project Cost:
Sanitary Sewer Reconstruction:                                 $TBD
Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation  :                                 $TBD
Total Estimated Construction Cost:                       $TBD 
                           

Construction Start Date:
Spring 2019
Construction End Date:
Winter 2019

 


If you have any questions about this project, please contact the Public Works Department at (641) 673-7472.



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