Current Sanitary Sewer Projects

Linden Creek Sewer Extension Project

The Linden Creek Sewer Extension Project is located along Route 519 between Christy Road and Route 136. Sewage will be conveyed to an existing manhole within the Thomas Eighty Four Road sewer system, which will then flow to three pump stations and ultimately be treated at the Canonsburg Houston Joint Authority Wastewater Treatment Plant. The service area will initially include 45 homes/businesses at an estimated cost of $1,700,000. Construction started in April 2016 and is scheduled to be completed in May 2017.

Thomas Eighty Four Road Sewer Extension Project

The Thomas Eighty Road Sewer Extension Project is located along Thomas Road between Brownlee Road and approximately a mile south of Gilkeson Road.  Sewage will be conveyed approximately 2.5 miles to the Linden Creek Sewer, which will then flow to three pump stations and ultimately be treated at the CHJA Wastewater Treatment Plant. The service area will initially include 35 homes/businesses at an estimated cost of $1,200,000.  Construction started in April 2016 and is scheduled to be completed in May 2017. 

Linnwood Road Sewer Extension Project

The Linnwood Road Sewer Extension Project is located along Linnwood Road from the intersection of Route 519 to the intersection of Christy Road. The service area will initially include 61 homes/businesses at an estimated cost of $800,000. The design and permitting for this project is complete, bids were accepted in February 2017 with construction to start in April 2017.

Christy Road Sewer Extension Project

The Christy Road Sewer Extension Project is located along Christy Road from the intersection of Route 519 to the intersection of Linnwood Road. The service area will initially include 30 homes/businesses at an estimated cost of $1,500,000. The design and permitting for this project is complete with bids to be accepted in March 2017 with construction to start in May 2017.

Van Eman Forcemain Sewer Replacement Project

The Van Eman Pump Station and Forcemain were constructed in 1986. The forcemain serving this pump station has deteriorated causing numerous leaks disrupting service to this area of the Township. This replacement project started in December 2016 and is scheduled to be completed in February 2017 with an estimated cost of $115,000.