In mid-June 2017, Dublin-San Ramon Services District (DSRSD) will begin to rehabilitate 8,000 feet of a major sewer pipeline to extend its life by 50 years. The Dublin trunk sewer is reinforced concrete pipe, 33 to 42 inches in diameter, that carries sewage from smaller sanitary sewer mains in West Dublin and South San Ramon to the wastewater treatment plant in Pleasanton. The work in Dublin, on Village Parkway from Tamarack Drive south to Dublin Boulevard, will take place from June through mid-August 2017.
The work will require one lane of traffic to be closed intermittently on the west (southbound) side of Village Parkway. The other southbound lane and both northbound lanes will remain open. Local businesses will remain open and accessible. There may be temporary detours for a few hours at a time when work has to be done in an intersection or commercial driveway, but these tasks will be done at night whenever possible. In commercial areas, the contractor will work a 24/7 schedule to finish the project as quickly as possible. In residential areas (from Tamarack Drive to Amador Valley Boulevard), the contractor will work in the daytime to minimize nighttime noise.
For more detailed information and FAQs, please visit the DSRSD website.