About the project: Connecticut Water will replace about 6,350 feet of existing 10” pipe with 12” ductile iron pipe. This project will increase available water flow to the area and improve system reliability and fire protection. Eleven fire hydrants will be replaced as part of the project, along with connections to 96 homes.
Location: Main Street, Ivoryton, from North Main Street to Deep River Road (Rte 154), Centerbrook
Start Date: April 2022
Approximate Completion Date: August 2022
Work Hours: 7:00am – 6:00pm, Monday – Friday
Investment in Drinking Water Infrastructure: $2.4 million
Any planned necessary service interruptions will be communicated directly to impacted customers at least 24 hours prior to the interruption.
Please make sure we have your up-to-date contact information by calling 1-800-286-5700 or updating online at ctwater.com/notifications.
Project Letter mailed to customers
This work to improve your water system is possible because of our Water Infrastructure and Conservation Adjustment (WICA) program. WICA funds enable us to accelerate the replacement of aging water system infrastructure and sustain valuable water resources. These projects ensure you and future generations of customers will continue to experience high-quality, reliable water service.
During the project, we will also be replacing our portion of the water service line that runs from our water main toward the curb line. It may be necessary to briefly interrupt your water service during that time. We will notify you at least 24 hours in advance of planned interruptions to plan accordingly. Most interruptions are brief, lasting less than a few hours. It is not necessary that anyone be present at the time of the replacement.
Please use caution in the construction work zone. Our work will involve trenches that may be up to 6 feet deep. Our contractor will take all required safety measures to ensure the work area is safe, including appropriate signs, barricades and traffic control. At times traffic lanes may be restricted. Restoration work, such as repaving of driveway aprons and restoration of grass along the curb line, will take place when the project is fully completed. Due to seasonal constraints around paving and planting, the restoration work may take place several weeks after we have moved through your area.