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The North Interceptor Sewer Line Project is a large diameter sewer transmission line that provides additional capacity to the City’s existing sewer infrastructure, replaces portions of existing sewer infrastructure in need of repair, and gives the City the ability to decommission several regional pump stations on the north side of the City, which reduces future ongoing operational costs.


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JUNIPER RIDGE
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SCHEDULE

Phase 1 construction is progressing and is on schedule to be complete in Fall 2020. For more details, see the "Project Updates" section below.

Phase 2 design is nearing completion, and construction is expected to begin in June 2020. For a more detailed map of phase two, see the Phase 2 Segments Map.

For additional information regarding the Juniper Ridge construction zone, including Frequently Asked Questions, see the Juniper Ridge Construction Plan Update & FAQs.

Para obtener información en español sobre la zona de construcción en Juniper Ridge, consulte la Actualización del plan de construcción de Juniper Ridge y preguntas frecuentes.

If you have any specific questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to call the project phone line at (541) 382-3264.


PROJECT LOCATION

Overall Project Map with Schedule Overview


VIRTUAL OPEN HOUSE - JOIN US ONLINE!

Beginning Wednesday, May 27, 2020, we invite you to attend our virtual open house for Phase II construction of the North Interceptor Sewer Project. To attend, please visit www.bendsewerline.com.

If you have questions about the virtual open house or issues accessing the virtual open house website, please call the 24-hour project phone line at 541-382-3264.


PROJECT UPDATES

North Interceptor Sewer Project Construction has Commenced - July 30, 2019

Post Date:07/30/2019 2:38 PM

The North Interceptor Sewer Line is a large diameter sewer transmission line that allows the City to decommission pump stations and increase sanitary sewer capacity as part of the Community-supported Growth Plan. The sewer line will provide sewer conveyance to serve both developed and undeveloped lands.

The Phase 1 Preconstruction Open House was held on Tuesday, July 2, 2019. Community members had the opportunity to meet the project and construction team, ask questions and learn about project plans, construction timelines, and impacts to surrounding neighborhoods.

  • Phase 1 construction of the North Interceptor Sewer Line began in July at the Water Reclamation Facility.
  • In August, construction will include installation of erosion control and work zone delineation, as well as excavation and installation of the pipeline between the Water Reclamation Facility to Gentry Loop.
  • Blasting is scheduled to begin east of Gentry Loop on Wednesday, July 31, 2019, between 7:00 a.m. and 6 p.m. Drilling and blasting are a common means of rock excavation in the area and anticipated during construction. All property owners with structures within 300 feet of the blasting area will be contacted directly by the contractor. Preconstruction and post-construction surveys will be completed by the contractor to ensure no damage to any private property.  Please work with our contractor to gain access to your property so that this survey may be completed in the best way possible.  

Drilling Operation at WRF

Drilling Operation at WRF

 

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PROJECT SCHEDULE

 Summer 2019  Begin Construction
 July 2, 2019  Preconstruction Open House
 Summer 2019 - Fall 2020  Phase 1 Construction
 Fall 2019 - Summer 2020  Phase 2 Design
 Spring 2020 - Spring 2022  Phase 2 Construction
 Spring 2022  Overall Phase 2 Completion
 TBD  Phase 3
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