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31st Ward Sewer Reconstruction Project
This $2.9 million project, taking place in the Lincoln Place neighborhood of the City of Pittsburgh, will line approximately 5 miles of aging sewers, repair broken sewers, relocate storm drains, and separate combined storm and sanitary sewers where needed. Work will be completed at numerous locations throughout the neighborhood and residents will be notified via letter, robocall, door hanger, or a combination of the three, when work may impact them. Lining and repairing these sewers will extend the life of the sewer system and ensure better service to our customers.
Annual Sewer Lining Program
Sewer lining is a cost-effective, non-invasive procedure that lines the inside of aging sewer mains to prolong their life an ensure reliable sewer service for those connected to the main.
Archive: Four Mile Run Stormwater Project
The initial design of the Four Mile Run Stormwater Project encompassed Schenley Park and several Pittsburgh neighborhoods including Greefield, Hazelwood, Oakland, and Squirrel Hill. The project was planned to capture and route stormwater through a natural channel that will follow the path of the historic streams that formed Four Mile Run from Panther Hollow Lake to the Monongahela River. It will help to reduce combined sewer overflows, basement backups, and neighborhood flooding.
Aspinwall Pump Station to Lanpher Reservoir Rising Main Project
This project will build a new transmission water line, connecting the Water Treatment Plant and the Lanpher Reservoir, located in Shaler Township. The new line will create a backup water feed for the existing Lanpher Rising Main, which is nearly 100 years old. This multi-million dollar, two-year project will ensure reliable water service for one-third of Pittsburgh’s population who live and work in the Northside.