$20M sewer line on Route 20 boosts economic development
WORCESTER - When Paul J. Moosey started as a junior engineer for the city 34 years ago, people were talking about extending the sewer line to Route 20,
Boil Water Advisory on Main St, from Pendleton St to Green St. 10 inch line. from City of...
Monday, October 08, 2018 Columbia Water Boil Water Advisory To Columbia Water Customers located on Main St, from Pendleton St to Green St. Columbia Water laboratory staff advises the ...
Repeal of the Boil Water Advisory on Main St, from Pendleton St to Green St. 10 inch line. from...
Tuesday, October 09, 2018 Columbia Water Boil Water Repeal To Columbia Water Customers located at Main St, from Pendleton St to Green St. Columbia Water laboratory staff advises the water ...
Mayor's Office > 2019 Media Releases: Temporary Lane Closures on Randolph Street Begin June 10
Beginning at 8 a.m. Monday, June 10, the westbound lane and turn lane on Randolph Street between 33rd and 35th streets will be closed through June 17 for sewer repairs. Digital signs will alert traffic to upcoming work and lane closures. Drivers are encouraged to seek an alternate route. Access to businesses and residences will be maintained.
How to Deal With Sewer Stoppages
This video on How to Deal With Sewer Stoppages is presented by the City of DeSoto Public Utilities Department and explains the process for reporting a stoppa...
Water Street Closure Begins April 10 for Water Street District Construction
Water Street to Close for Duration of Construction Pending weather and unforeseen circumstances, Water Street is anticipated to close starting Friday, April 10 as construction begins on the Water Street District located near downtown Naperville Construction on the development, located in the area bounded by the DuPage River to the north, Webster Street to the west, Main Street to the east and the alley to the…
Three Major Causes of Sewer Line Failure
Though sewer line repair isn’t something that’s needed very often when it is it can be a pretty big deal. The failure of sewer lines can lead to standing water, slow drains, and raw sewage back up. Keeping a healthy, clear, and functioning sewer system is important for avoiding a failure. Knowing how pipes become compromised is one of the best ways to take preventative measures and do what you can to make sure that your sewer stays healthy. Here are a few…
Water and Sewer Offices Closed: August 20
The Greeley Water and Sewer Department office will be closed on Monday, August 20 as it moves into a new location.
Help! Why Is the Sewer Backing Up in My Toilet?
Backflow is the reversal of normal water flow caused by a sudden change in water pressure in any pipeline or plumbing system. Backflow occurs as a result of a cross-connection within the pipeline or plumbing system. A cross-connection is any connection between a potable (drinking) water system and a non-potable water system. For example, the pipes connecting your home’s potable water system and your irrigation system…
How to design a sewer line pipe
This tutorial shows a detailed construction process of designing a sewer line pipe
How to Deal With Sewer Line Damage
A functional sewer is one of the most vitally important parts of any home, and if you experience sewer damage, it can create all kinds of problems...
Why Sewer Line Excavation is Outdated
Service Plus Heating, Cooling & Plumbing can repair and replace sewer lines in a non-invasive way. Give us a call!
Why the Broad Street Line Was the Star of SEPTA's Pope Weekend Service
Overall ridership may have been less than pass sales, but the workhorse orange line still moved a lot of people.
How Protected is Your Sewer Line?
Periodic sewer line maintenance is a crucial part of home ownership that often goes overlooked. Read on to learn about the most common sewer line problems!
How Are Cities Paying Their Bills? With Fees on Trash, Parking, Sewers and 911 Calls
Residents are paying more for everything from parking tickets and 911 calls to sewer service and trash pickup as cash-strapped American cities struggle to pay for mounting pension obligations, cover costly infrastructure improvements and replace revenue depleted by the last recession.
Early Voting to Begin March 20
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Can You Afford an Unexpected Sewer Line Replacement?
The drains and toilets in your house start to back up. Nothing seems to be draining so you call the plumber. When the plumber arrives, he inserts a snake with a camera on the end, into your main se…
North Muskegon road closed for sewer main repair, here's how to avoid it
Newark to Begin Enforcing Street Cleaning Parking Rules (Newark Department of Public Safety)
Newark Mayor Ras J. Baraka and Public Safety Director Anthony F. Ambrose announce a plan to enforce the city’s long-standing street cleaning rules Beginning May 1st, cars left overnight or on Sundays on roads scheduled for street cleaning will be given warning tickets. The enforcement will take place from midnight to 6 a.m. in designated areas where street signs displaying the “No Parking” restrictions have been…
Sewer district to look at service needs along Highway 101
Recent growth along the Highway 101 corridor in western Spartanburg County has prompted the Spartanburg Sewer District Commission to take another look at