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Posted on: June 9, 2022

CIPP Project Information

Construction Work Area Ahead

Work began on the CIPP Project on June 6, and is expected to last 180 days. The project is essential to improving and maintaining the District sewer system and consists of removing and replacing approximately 20 sewer main cleanouts with new manholes, removing and replacing approximately 60 manhole ring and covers, completing 12 main line repairs to the existing sewer main in isolated locations, lining approximately 26,000 feet of existing sewer main with a cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) system, and rehabilitation of 95 existing sewer manholes with an epoxy spray applied lining system.  You will receive additional correspondence in the near future from our contractor selected for this work, Insituform Technologies.  There will be one planned interruption to your sewer service when the sewer main in front of your residence/business is being rehabilitated, which should last no more than 8 hours.  Insituform Technologies will notify in advance of this service interruption with more information and instructions.     

The project is located on several different streets in the same general area, generally bound by E. 69th Avenue on the north, Kearney Street to the west, E. 62nd Avenue on the south, and Olive Street on the east.

During construction, traffic control signs (and traffic flaggers when necessary) will be present at all times in the area of work to keep at least one lane of traffic open on all streets. The Contractor will also keep access open to all residences and businesses in the area and will keep access open for school buses and public transportation, mailboxes accessible for delivery of mail by the U.S. Postal Service, and access open for trash pick-up services.

We thank you in advance for your patience and cooperation during these essential operations. For any questions or concerns regarding this project please contact the Distribution and Collections System Manager, Jeff Coufal, by phone at 720-206-0511 or by email at

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