PO Box 839966
San Antonio, Texas 78283
Published on Tuesday, February 11, 2014
San Antonio Water System’s (SAWS) downtown sewer infrastructure cleaning efforts continue to make significant progress. Crews have completed Phases 1, 2, and 3 – putting them a week ahead of the original schedule – and are currently working on completing Phase 6.
Phase 6: Feb 6 – Feb 13*
Phase 6 is currently in progress.
*Note: All dates are approximate and may change.
Phase 6 was moved forward out of the original sequence to allow traffic flow for the upcoming Texas Music Educators Association Convention.
Six phases of work are scheduled as follows:
Phase 1: Feb.1-3, Commerce and Alamo Streets (Complete)
Phase 2: Feb. 3-5, Commerce, Alamo and Losoya Streets (Complete)
Phase 3: Feb. 5-6, Alamo St. (Complete)
Phase 6: Feb. 6-13, Commerce St. (In progress)
Feb. 13 – 15: Break for Downtown Convention
Phase 4: Feb. 16-21, Alamo St.
Phase 5: Feb. 21-27, Alamo St.
While the work on the downtown sewer lines will cause traffic delays, businesses and residents in the area can be assured that the sewer lines they depend on have been inspected and cleaned reducing the likelihood of sewage backups and spills. SAWS is under a consent decree with the EPA that mandates the inspection and cleaning of sewer lines in areas around the city.
More information on the project is available at saws.org/downtown.
Since 1992, San Antonio Water System has been a leader in innovative water management strategies, making San Antonio water’s most resourceful city. Water and wastewater services are provided to more than one million consumers in the San Antonio region. For more information, visit saws.org.
Author: Cambri Ensminger (COM & PUB AFF)
Categories: City News, Downtown Operations