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Septic to Sewer Study Area A1The goal of the SE Septic to Sewer Project is to design a sewer system and develop a financing strategy that will provide sewer service to approximately 550 homes that currently rely on septic systems for wastewater disposal.

The project study area is the neighborhood bounded by Reed Market Road to the north, 15th Street to the east, Ferguson Road to the south, and generally west of the COID irrigation canal (see Area Map above). The City may use the strategies and policies developed from this project to assist in transitioning other areas of the City from septic systems to sewer.


The project focuses on two goals: 1) Design a sewer system to serve the area, and 2) Develop a financing strategy to help homeowners transition from septic to sewer.

A 12-member Citizen Advisory Committee, which is meeting monthly over the course of the project, will help develop project policy and financial strategies. This group will make recommendations to the City Council.

MEETING LOCATION/DATE/TIME

Where: Bend City Hall - Council Chambers, 710 NW Wall St., Bend, OR 97701

Note!  January 11, 2018 & February 1, 2018 Advisory Committee Meetings will be at the Riverbend Community Room, Bend Park & Recreation District Administrative Offices, 799 SW Columbia, Bend 97702

When: First Thursday of each month (Please Note: January 2018 Meeting will be on January 11)

When: 4 p.m. - 6 p.m.

Meeting materials are posted below. All Citizen Advisory Committee meetings are open to the public.

The City has contracted with a team of engineering, financial and public involvement experts led by the engineering / project management firm, DOWL, to develop a design for the sewer as well as the financial strategy and to lead the public involvement process.


MEETING SCHEDULE AND MATERIALS

DATE Topic/ MEETING MATERIALS TIME LOCATION
 1/11/2018  Topic: Preliminary Engineering  4:00-6:00 p.m.  City Council Chambers
 12/07/2017 Agenda,  Presentation- Ingredients of Affordability Con't. 4:00-6:00 p.m.  City Council Chambers
11/02/2017

 Agenda, Presentation- Ingredients of Affordability, Interim Policies,

Meeting Minutes/ Summary

 4:00-6:00 p.m.  City Council Chambers
10/05/2017  Agenda, Presentation- Draft Technical Alternatives Analysis, Meeting Minutes/ Summary  4:00-6:00 p.m.    City Council Chambers
9/07/2017   Agenda, Full Report- August 12 Focus Groups, Summary- August 12 Focus Groups, Solutions in Peer Communities - Handout, Presentation- Peer Communities & Public Outreach, Minutes/ Summary  4:00-6:00 p.m.  City Council Chambers
8/10/2017
Agenda, Minutes, Public Meetings Memo, Presentation, Sewer System Financing and Funding 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. City Council Chambers
7/13/2017
Agenda, Minutes, Tour Handout 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. City Tour, multiple locations
6/20/2017
Agenda, Minutes, Audio, Presentation, Advisory Committee Meeting Schedule 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. City Council Chambers

PROJECT AREA INTERIM POLICY FOR SEPTIC REPAIR & SEWER CONNECTION-Please call CDD for assistance with this- 541.388.5580

 Interim Policy Resolution No. 3093 & Waiver Form

RELATED PROJECTS & PLANS

Sewer Infrastructure Advisory Group (SIAG)

South East Interceptor (SEI)

Collection System Master Plan (CSMP) 2014

Collection System Master Plan (CSMP) 2007 Archives


MAPS

Collection System Master Plan Map

Area A1 - Study area for this project is shown as area A-1, as described  and shown above.


USEFUL LINKS

City of Bend Wastewater Website 

Bend Wastewater- A Brief History

1998 Annexation Ordinance 2339 with Attachments

City of Bend Community Development Department (Information on sewer locations and permit requirements)

Deschutes County Environmental Soils Division (Information on septic system maintenance, financial assistance, and permit requirements including decommissioning your septic system)

Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) Onsite Wastewater Management Program

Bend Comprehensive Plan & Urban Growth Boundary Remand (2016)

 

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