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About the Projects:
Soundview: This project resumed the week of May 18. Connecticut Water will be replacing about 5,000 ft of 90+ year old water main. The new main will be installed on the following streets: Pond Road; the upper portions of Swan and Portland roads; a section of Route 156; the extensions of Portland, Hartford and Swan north of Route 156; and North Lane.
White Sand Beach: Water main installation and restoration work has been completed. Connecticut Water replaced about 4,100 feet of nearly 100 year old water main. A letter about the project was mailed to customers in White Sand Beach on January 10, 2020. Click here for a copy of the project letter.
Wildwood: Work on this project resumed the week of May 11 Connecticut Water will be replacing about 3,400 feet of nearly 40 year old water main. The project began the week of March 2, 2020. The streets impacted by the project are Wildwood Drive, Oak Ridge Drive and Fox Chase Lane. The project is scheduled to be completed by the end of June.
A letter about the project was mailed to customers in Wildwood was mailed on February 27, 2020. Click here for a copy of the project letter.
The Wildwood project has been completed.
Old Lyme Shores: Connecticut Water will be replacing about 9,000 feet of 90+ year old water main. The project is scheduled to begin the week of March 23. The streets impacted will be Billow Road, Brightwater Road, Bellaire Road, Saltaire Drive, Sea Spray Lane, and North Lane.
The work hours will be 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Connecticut Water will use door tags to directly notify customers that may be affected in the area at least 24 hours in advance if there is any planned disruption in water service.
This project will be done through Connecticut Water’s Water Infrastructure and Conservation Adjustment (WICA). Systematically replacing aging pipes is part of our continuing effort to provide a reliable supply of high quality drinking water and world-class service to customers. This project will help us to conserve water, a precious natural resource, by replacing old pipe that is more likely to leak underground than newer ductile iron pipe.