Lake Arlington Golf Course Sanitary Sewer Replacements Complete
By Alana Earle, Arlington Water Utilities
Posted on March 11, 2021, March 11, 2021

Water Project Update

A year-long project to rebuild a mile of 24 to 36-inch diameter sanitary sewer main through parts of Lake Arlington Golf Course has been completed.

The $4.8 million project, which began in October 2019, replaced approximately 5,000 feet of sanitary sewer main. The existing sewer mains were selected for replacement based on a history of failures that required emergency repairs.

An additional 1,400 feet of sanitary sewer main was rehabilitated using cured-in-place pipe lining. The project also included erosion protection repairs to the spillway outlet at Lake Arlington Dam, located in Lake Arlington Golf Course.

Additional benefits of this project include:

• A larger sanitary sewer flow capacity for the area.
• Reduction in annual maintenance costs for the rebuilt mains.
• Prevention of future sanitary sewer overflows.

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