Wastewater treatment plant and wastewater collection system

The Town of Hayden has begun construction of its new wastewater treatment plant and wastewater collection system. The Town and the Contractors are making every effort to keep pedestrian and vehicle disruptions to a minimum.

Each homeowner should be notified several days before any work begins near their home. There may be occasional brief inconveniences, but the Town is requesting the community’s cooperation during this period and asks for patience as this important project moves forward.

The homeowners of Hayden will be individually responsible to make sure all nonpermanent obstructions are moved off the proposed path of the sewer line from their property line to their homes. Failure to keep the pathway clear may prevent the Contractor from constructing the sewer service to the house.

If this happens, the sewer line will only be constructed from the street to the property line and it will be capped. The homeowner may be financially responsible for connecting to the service line at a later date if the obstructions are not removed by the homeowner before the Contractor leaves the area.

The work will be accomplished in five phases. Phase 1 will include San Pedro from 10th Street north to the end of the street, all of Canyon Drive, North Drive, and Cottonwood Lane, and Warner Drive and all the lateral streets in that area.

Phase 2 will include Utah Avenue, Hayden Avenue, Park Lane and all the lateral streets in that area.

Phase 3 will include Garfield Avenue and Velasco Avenue and all the lateral streets in that area.

Phase 4 will include Terrace Drive, Sunnyslope Avenue, Hillcrest Avenue, and Smelter Road and all the lateral streets in that area.

Phase 5 will include San Pedro from 10th Street south and Lower Road and all the lateral streets in that area.

Phase 2 is tentatively scheduled to begin November 19.

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