On Monday, April 26, the City of Concord Water Resources Department contract crews will begin the annual Sewer Cured in Place Pipe (CIPP) Lining project. Work will be performed throughout the city and is scheduled to last through August 24, 2021.
The annual CIPP Lining project helps to improve the longevity of the city’s infrastructure. This year’s project encompasses approximately 28,000 linear feet of sewer line and 108 manholes. During the project, city contract crews will clean all of the sewer lines, and then use a steam process to line the manholes. Residents may see steam coming from the manholes while this work is being performed; residents should not be alarmed as this is a normal part of the process.
Individual residents will be notified at least 24 hours in advance, by door hanger or in person, when work will be occurring on their street. There should be no disruption to sewer services over the course of the project.
Click here to view a map with the full list of routes, highlighted in red, where contract crews will perform work on the city sewer lines.