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Wastewater Collection (Sanitary Sewer) Projects#

crews working on Mulberry St

Mulberry Street at City Park Sewer Replacement Project (2022)

Sewer lines in the neighborhoods west of City Park are some of the oldest in the city, dating back about 100 years. The new Mulberry Sanitary Sewer Replacement Project will be in the neighborhoods west of City Park Lake (Sheldon Lake).

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crane on Remington St.

Remington Street Stormwater Improvements & Sewer Line Replacement (2020)

An undersized stormwater system and aging sanitary mains were replaced in Remington Street from Spring Park Drive to Prospect Road from February to August 2020.

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crews working on Walnut St

Walnut Street Water and Sewer Rehabilitation Project (2017-2018)

This project, from April 2017-March 2018, replaced lines and addressed failing infrastructure that caused water quality concerns, low levels of fire protection and maintenance problems.

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Library Park Waterline and Sewer Improvements (2018)

From May-August 2018, Fort Collins Utilities replaced old and undersized water and sewer infrastructure in the Old Town Library Park neighborhood.

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North Shields Street Sanitary Sewer Extension (2015)

To address failing septic systems in this Fort Collins Growth Management Area (GMA), Utilities installed 4,000 ft. of 21-inch sewer main north of the river to Willox Lane and 1,700 feet of 8-inch sewer south of the river to Arthur Ditch.

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construction equipment in tight work area between homes

Sheely Water & Sewer Improvements (2012)

Water and sewer system improvements in the Sheely neighborhood were a top priority construction project in 2012. Crews connected dead-end water lines (increase water circulation), replaced sections of sanitary sewer lines and manholes, and lined manholes in place.

Did You Know?

When it rains, pollutants go down storm drains, contaminating our water bodies. Small leaks and drips add up. Don’t drip and drive.

Installing plastic covers over single-pane windows during the winter can help your home perform better. 

Timers or sensors can help save money on outdoor lighting.