West Ave- Mountain Ave Sanitary Sewer & Water Main Installation

Project Update: October 13, 2017

East Bound St. Paul will be closed on Tuesday Oct. 17th. Please follow the detour.

The contractor is working in the intersection of St. Paul Avenue and Mountain Avenue installing 24-inch water main. The bedrock elevations have required substantial rock excavation to allow for pipe installation. Traffic control is in place to shift traffic lanes to the east side of St. Paul, and traffic will be switched to the west side at some point next week. Flagging operations are also possible. The contractor plans to complete water main installation in St. Paul Ave. by the end of next week. Please contact me if you have any questions regarding this project.

PDF of Progess and current status of the project

The West Ave to Mountain Avenue Sanitary Sewer and Water Main project is planned to begin during the week of August 28th.  The project will include the replacement of water main and sanitary  sewer as shown on the attached exhibit. For the residents on Glenwood  Drive, street parking will be restricted due to the narrow width of the  road, and access to private driveways will be very limited during the  project. We apologize in advance for the inconvenience, and the  following temporary parking options will be allowed during construction:

On the east side of N. West Avenue (400 thru 600 block) and either side of Park Avenue (400 block): The current parking restrictions will be lifted to allow for long term  parking, including overnight. However please note, vehicles still must  be moved every 72 hours (3 days).

On the west side of N. West Avenue, parking restrictions will remain the same.

There  may also be temporary disruption of your water service during  connections to the new water main, however you will be given prior  notification. The entire project is expected to be completed by  mid-November and we ask for your patience during this time.

Please contact the Water Utility with any questions at 262-521-5272

Contact Person:

Chris Walter, P.E.
Utility Engineer, Waukesha Water Utility

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