Access: You will have access to your residence and street throughout construction. There will be temporary closures at the main intersections to allow for the sewer and watermain connections. While there may be temporary access limitations to allow for work in front of your property, you will be notified of them a minimum of 48 hours in advance and the Contractor and Consultant Inspector will work with you to ensure you are not adversely impacted.
Water service: Your watermain service connection will be replaced from the new watermain to the property line. During construction of the watermain, a temporary watermain installed on the ground surface may be used to service your residence. You will not be without water for more than a few hours and you will be notified well in advance.
Sanitary service: If your sanitary service is being replaced there may be isolated times where service may be disrupted, however any impacts associated with the replacement will be minimal and you will be notified in advance.
Existing landscaping: If your landscaping is within the road allowance it may be impacted by construction. Please review the drawings available online at Water and Wastewater Upgrades Drawings, or contact WT Infrastructure to determine what the impacts are. The Contractor will remove any vegetation that will be impacted by construction; however you are welcome to have any landscaping relocated onto your property in advance of starting construction.
Existing driveway: Most of the driveways on the roads within the area of work will be impacted by construction. Any areas that are damaged will be replaced with the same material as was there prior to construction.
Garbage and recyclable collections: There will be no impacts on collection days.
Moving and deliveries: There will be minor delays due to construction. If you are moving, please notify the Consultant Site Inspector and they will coordinate with the Contractor to ensure that any impacts are minimal.
Special needs: If you have any special needs for access during construction, please let the Consultant or County know and we will work with you to ensure that access impacts are minimized.
Concerns during construction: The WT Infrastructure Site Inspector will drop a business card off at every residence at the start of construction and will be available during construction to help you with any concerns you may have.