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City of F.C. Sewer Rehab Project Underway

The City of Falls Church is currently undertaking a sanitary sewer rehabilitation project. The project is part of the Public Utilities Department’s 2003 Comprehensive Sanitary Sewer System Improvement Plan, which outlines a phased program of sewer system evaluation and rehabilitation.

The rehabilitation project includes lining approximately 5,000 linear feet of sewer main on the following streets: Jackson Street, Little Falls Street, OffutDrive, Pennsylvania Avenue, Poplar Drive, Robinson Place, Rollins Street, South Lee Street, West Broad Street and West Jefferson Street.

The project will continue through February. Work schedules are posted on the Public Utilities webpage, Am-Liner East, the City’s contractor, will inspect and perform the lining process on the sewer mains to be rehabilitated. To allow for staging room around manholes and to maintain traffic on streets, temporary no parking zones may be designated as necessary. Affected customers will be notified and provided with more detailed information before the sewer line serving their residence or building is scheduled for rehabilitation.