The Sewer Collection System Master Plan is a planning study that will assist the City in prioritizing both existing and future collection system needs through repair, rehabilitation, replacement, and/or new facilities; and will be incorporated into the 2013 Sewer System Management Plan by reference once adopted by the City Council. The master plan provides a summary of the system's existing facilities, wastewater flows, identified system capacity deficiencies for existing and future conditions, recommended capital improvement projects, and recommended operation and maintenance practices.
Other (Capital Improvements to existing sewer system)
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