The State Water Resources Control Board (State Water Board) is a Responsible Agency for the Project. The State Water Board’s Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (SRF) Program is financing the Project. The Project includes installation of 13,130 feet of water main pipeline and associated hydrants and valves to connect the City of Sanger's (City) water distribution system to the community of Tombstone. A total of 3,986 linear feet of new water pipeline will tie into the City distribution system along Greenwood Avenue just south of its intersection with Lime Avenue and run south to its intersection with Central Avenue. Another 4,978 linear feet of new pipeline will connect to the City distribution system at the intersection of Central Avenue and Academy Avenue and run west along Central Avenue, connecting to the new Greenwood Avenue pipeline, then continuing west to just short of the intersection of Central Avenue and Bethel Avenue. Additional new segments totaling 4,166 feet will tie into the new Central Avenue and Greenwood Avenue pipelines and run under paved surface streets (Fairbanks Avenue, Tinoco Avenue, and Cottle Avenue) and an unnamed dirt road in the community of Tombstone. A network of 19 hydrants and valves will be installed along the new pipeline alignment. All construction activities will be confined to existing paved and dirt roads and their right-of-way.