CCWRD Sewer Pipeline
Rehabilitation Project Overview
CCWRD owns and maintains over 2,000 miles
of pipelines, portions of which require relining or replacement. This project is part of a five-year $50 million overall rehabilitation plan. The pipeline rehabilitation project is funded by existing CCWRD operating funds derived from sewer bills and one-time connection fees paid by new users. For more information, call 853-1333.
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Sewer Rehabilitation Project Updates
The Clark County Water Reclamation District has several sewer rehabilitation projects throughout the unincorporated areas of the Las Vegas Valley. These projects include installation of new and larger pipelines; removal of older sewer lines and rehabilitation of manholes.
Alexander Road and Lamb Boulevard
From May 22, 2012 through at least June 4, 2012, lane restrictions will be in place on Lamb Boulevard. The two inside lanes on Northbound and Southbound Lamb Boulevard, as well as the center lane, will be restricted, from Razon Street to Heller Street. The outside lanes in both directions will remain open. Work will take place from Monday through Friday, 9:00 p.m. through 5:00 a.m. All lanes will be open during non-working hours. Turns from Lamb onto Alexander will be allowed.
Sahara Avenue and Rancho Del Vista Street
Starting May 22, crews will be relining sewer collection lines in the area of Sahara Avenue and Rancho Del Vista. Lane restrictions will be in place on Sahara Avenue. The two inside lanes on Westbound and Eastbound Sahara Avenue, as well as the center lane, will be restricted, from Rancho Del Vista to Orchard Valley Drive. Left turns will not be allowed in the construction zone. The outside lanes in both directions will remain open.
Indian Springs: U.S. 95 and MacFarland Avenue
Starting June 11, crews will be working in the north and south shoulders of U.S. 95 at MacFarland Avenue in Indian Springs. While the traffic lanes will not be impacted, expect increased construction traffic in the area.
June 13, through at least July 13, the southbound access road from MacFarland Avenue to the access to U.S. 95 will be closed. Use MacFarland Avenue as the access to and from U.S. 95. Access to the gas station will remain open.
Moapa Valley: Yamashita Street
Construction work to install a new sewer line is being completed on the Yamashita Bridge and at the Moapa Valley High School. Work will be conducted Monday through Thursday, 6:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Expect intermittent traffic restrictions at the Yamashita Bridge and the East Entrance to the Moapa Valley High School through July 19.
While work is taking place, drivers should take precautions, use alternate routes and allow extra time when traveling through the impacted area. For more information and traffic updates, drivers can call the project hotline at 668-8668, or visit www.thelvpipeline.com. Updates are also available on Twitter at http://Twitter.com/Cleanwaterteam.
About the District:
The Clark County Water Reclamation District was created in 1954. It services the unincorporated portions of Clark County within the Las Vegas Valley, as well as the communities of Blue Diamond, Indian Springs, Laughlin, Overton and Searchlight. The District collects and treats nearly 100 million gallons of wastewater each day utilizing more than 2,000 miles of pipeline and seven treatment facilities.