The State Water Resources Control Board (State Water Board) is a Responsible Agency for the Project. The State Water Board’s Clean Water State Revolving Fund (SRF) Program is financing the Project. The Project includes improvements to the City’s wastewater collection system, Seattle Steet Lift Station (LS), Seattle Street force main, and Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP). Improvements include replacement of sewer lines and installation of pipe lining in existing pipes. Most pipes would be installed using open-cut trenching and would occur in the public road right-of-way and utility easements. The LS would be converted to a wet well and equipment would be upgraded. Two rail-mounted submersible pumps would replace existing pumps. A temporary bypass system would be installed for use during construction. The Seattle Street force main would be replaced and installed in unpaved areas. WWTP improvements include a new headworks, aeration basin with associated improvements, separate disposal area in existing Pond 2, and a control/blower building. A Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition system and emergency back-up generator would be installed for use throughout the system. The existing access road from US-97 to the WWTP would be regraded and relocated within the City’s existing easement. An overhead powerline to the WWTP would be installed north of the road in a new utility easement. Underground electrical lines would be installed to service the new control building. Groundwater monitoring wells would be installed at the WWTP. If funding allows, a photovoltaic solar system would be installed.