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Water and sewer improvements to begin in north Fort Worth

Posted Aug. 29, 2017

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North Fort Worth is seeing its share of construction. As the area continues to grow, so does the need for water and sewer services

That’s why the city is replacing a 24-inch water line along Bowman Roberts Road from Santa Gertrudis Street to West Bailey Boswell.

The city’s Water Department will meet with residents at 6 p.m. Sept. 13 at the Eagle Mountain Water Treatment Plant, 6801 Bowman-Roberts Road, to discuss the construction schedule and impact to residents.

Another meeting is planned for the same evening at 7 p.m. at the Eagle Mountain Water Treatment Plant to talk with residents about construction on sewer interceptor lines along:

  • Huffines Boulevard from Westgate Drive to Cromwell-Marine Creek Road.
  • Bowman Rovers Road from Cromwell-Marine Creek Road to WJ Boaz Road.

These Marine Creek-area interceptor lines are large sewer lines that control the flow of sewage to the treatment plant.

Construction for both projects is expected to begin in September 2017 and be finished by late August 2018.

To learn more, contact Project Manager Robert Sauceda at 817-392-2387.

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