|State Street Waterline Project set to wrap up this|
Tuesday, August 30.
Crews have been working hard this summer, replacing key public utilities along State Street between 200 N and 1st Avenue. The over 100-year-old, 6-inch waterline in this area was updated to a 12-inch line with a new water main, adding resiliency to the greater Salt Lake City water system, in addition to various sewer updates along the corridor.
Overall, this project replaced 1450 feet of waterline, updated 950 feet of sewer, and updated 5 fire hydrants in the area.
We really appreciate the patience and understanding from the community during this work and are happy to report that all lanes will be reopened for the Wednesday 8/31 morning commute.
Stay up to date with the great work the Salt Lake City Department of Public Utilities is doing at slc.gov/utilities or on Twitter @SLCPU.Progress Update | August 12, 2022Traffic control will remain in place as crews complete paving activities along State Street and North Temple.After paving is completed, crews will finish up remaining concrete work and landscape restoration within the work zone.
The State Street Waterline Reconstruction Project is still on schedule to reach completion by the end of this month.
*Construction dates are approximate and subject to change