Stay in-the-know About Water/Sewer Rehab Projects
Did you know there are nearly 3,000 miles of City-maintained water and sewer lines in Greensboro? And, some of them are almost 100 years old and in need of upgrading.
That’s why for several years, the City has conducted a Water and Sewer Rehabilitation Program funded by your water and sewer rates.
In recognition of this week being national Drinking Water Week, the City’s Water Resources Department has implemented several plans to better communicate to you about these projects. The main source of information is the City’s website.
On this Web page, you will find links to:
• Advantages to the rehab program
• Lists of current rehab projects and interactive maps showing what jobs are currently in progress
• Details about how rehab projects may affect you
• An outline of when and how you will be notified about projects in your immediate area
• Phone numbers for who to call for more information about a project
• Information about rehab methods the City and its contractors use.
You may also sign up to receive automatic e-mail notifications about when a rehab job closes an intersection, road or lane in Greensboro, and a variety of other topics. Visit this e-Notify page to sign up in the News section of the page for “Road Closings/Traffic Alerts.”