The Town’s water and sewer infrastructure ensures that residents of the Town and surrounding areas are provided with quality drinking water and sewer service.
Water system capital improvement projects serve multiple purposes including replacement of aging infrastructure and expansion of service areas. Replacement of aging infrastructure helps to minimize breaks and service disruptions as well as provide better service to customers by increasing service pressures or available fire flow. Sewer projects can address multiple issues such as aging infrastructure which leads to inflow and infiltration (I & I). Additionally, aging sewer lines are subject to failure which can lead to sewage blockages which cause back-ups or overflows. Maintaining the Town’s infrastructure maintains the highest level of service available to its residents.
Clearview Drive Water Pressure Improvements
College Street Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation & Replacement
Edgewood and Craig Mountain Pump Station Improvements
2017 - Cambria Water Tank Removal
2017 - Fairview Street Sewer Work
2017 – Water Meter Upgrades
2016 – Effective Water Storage Improvement Project
2015 – Sewer Rehabilitation Project
2014 – Railroad Street Waterline Project
2012 – Miller and Alleghany Water and Sewer Line Project