AUSTIN – Austin Water will begin work on the Exposition Blvd Water Improvements Project on Saturday, May 25, 2019. The project will replace aging water and wastewater lines on Exposition Blvd between Enfield Road and West 35th Street. Construction is expected to take about 1 year to complete.
Work will start with construction of the water main on Exposition Blvd. between Westover and West 35th Street. One lane of traffic will be maintained in each direction throughout the construction. However, motorists can expect to experience delays in this area and should use caution.
For more information and to sign up to receive project updates, visit austintexas.gov/expositionblvd. A project video is also available at this link.
Eric Oldham, Project Inspector
Larry Mendez, Project Manager
Emlea Chanslor, Outreach
ABOUT THE PROJECT
The Exposition Blvd Water Project is part of the Renewing Austin Program, an ongoing program to replace and upgrade aging infrastructure. Water line breaks are well documented in the Exposition area. The project is necessary to increase reliability of service and avoid further expenditures to maintain water lines that have broken frequently. A portion of a wastewater line will also be improved in the area. Work will take place along Exposition Boulevard between Enfield Rd. and West 35th Street.
The project will replace approximately 900 linear feet of existing wastewater line and approximately 8,000 linear feet of existing water line, including making service connections and replacing old fire hydrants.
For more information visit austintexas.gov/expositionblvd.
About Austin Water
Austin Water provides safe, reliable, high quality, sustainable and affordable water services that have met the community’s needs for over 100 years. Austin Water services over 1 million people in the Austin metropolitan area across more than 548 square miles.
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