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Current Projects

Current Projects

ROAD CLOSURE NOTICE

Silent Grove Road will be closed for overhead sewer pipe repairs from Saturday, October 8th beginning at 6:30 a.m. through Sunday, October 9th ending at 10:00 p.m. The southbound detour will be Pump Station Road to West End Street/Backus Avenue and the other way around for northbound traffic.
For any questions or concerns you may have, please contact Public Works at 479-750-8135.

Current Projects

Bethel Heights Treatment Works Closure and Remediation Plan

The demolition and remediation of the project known as “Bethel Heights North and South Treatment Plants” located in Springdale, Arkansas are being financed by the Clean Water State Revolving Fund. The Clean Water State Revolving Fund program is being administered by the Arkansas National Resource Commission (ANRC) with joint funding from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the State of Arkansas. This project includes the demolition of both the existing North and South treatment plants which includes but is not limited to the dismantling, proper removal and disposal and transportation of all mechanical equipment, pumps, certain piping, electrical equipment, underground tanks, treatment pods, flow diversion structures, distribution boxes and fluids. This project will provide water quality benefits for the residents of North Springdale (Formerly known as Bethel Heights) by eliminating and rehabilitating existing leach fields, eliminating the risks of sewage overflows on properties due to inadequately sized treatment facilities and reducing the chances of impacting possible water wells in the area. Clean Water State Revolving Fund programs operate around the country to provide states and communities the resources necessary to maintain and improve the infrastructure that protects our valuable water resources nationwide.

Heights Sewer Interceptor and Purkey Connection

The construction of the project known as “Heights Sewer Interceptor and Purkey Connection” located in Springdale, Arkansas is being financed by the Clean Water State Revolving Fund. The Clean Water State Revolving Fund program is being administered by the Arkansas National Resource Commission (ANRC) with joint funding from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the State of Arkansas. The project includes the construction of 360 linear feet of 8” PVC (SDR-26) gravity sewer main, 3,180 linear feet of 12” PVC (SDR-26) gravity sewer main, 1,100 linear feet of 15” PVC (SDR-26) gravity sewer main,1,184 linear feet of 12” epoxy lined ductile iron pipe (Class 50) gravity sewer main, 426 linear feet of 16” epoxy lined ductile iron pipe (Class 50) gravity sewer main, 100 linear feet of 8” HDPE (DR-7) sewer main, 100 linear feet of 8” HDPE (DR-11) sewer main, 100 linear feet of 12” HDPE (DR-11) sewer main, cast-in-place manholes, two (2) siphon boxes and a tie-in of the existing force mains to the new gravity mains. This project will provide water quality benefits for the residents of North Springdale (Formerly known as Bethel Heights) by allowing the demolition and remediation of the north and south treatment plants, eliminating the risks of sewage overflows on properties due to inadequately sized treatment facilities and will provide appropriate sewer access to east Springdale in the near future.  Clean Water State Revolving Fund programs operate around the country to provide states and communities the resources necessary to maintain and improve the infrastructure that protects our valuable water resources nationwide.

Insituform Sewer Cleaning

In an effort to improve service, Springdale Water Utilities will be performing sanitary sewer system improvements throughout the city of Springdale, which will also include work in neighboring areas and backyards. Insituform has been contracted to perform the sanitary sewer cleaning work.  Cleaning is expected to begin the first week of May; as such, there will be some construction work or vehicles in and around the area.

If anyone should have any questions or comments regarding these matters, please feel free in contacting the offices of Springdale Water Utilities at (479) 751-5751.

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