Broadway Sewer Modernization Work Begins on Oct. 8th
On October 8, 2018, the City of Millbrae's Department of Public Works will begin work along Broadway to modernize and repair the City's sanitary sewer system. During the project period, the City will replace 1,500 linear feet of existing 6", 12" and 18" sanitary sewer main pipes that run along the street and its easements.
The scope of work for this project along Broadway will include:
*** Replacing existing 6" clay sewer pipe with 8" HDPE sewer pipe between Victoria and La Cruz;
*** Replace existing 12" clay pipe with 14" HDPE pipe between La Cruz and Hillcrest;
*** Replace existing 6" clay pipe with 8" HDPE pipe between Hillcrest and Taylor;
*** Replace existing 18" clay pipe with 18" HDPE along La Cruz through Broadway to the alley way.
In addition, we will rehabilitate existing manholes, replace lamp holes with manholes, and upgrade lower sewer laterals at various locations. As will all work of this type, it will conclude with pavement restoration of open cut trench sections.
This work is expected to start on October 8, 2018, and will last for up to 50 working days. The timeline for this project is dependent on work conditions and improvement needs. During construction, affected street blocks will be closed. Detour signs will be posted during this time to assist patrons around the work zones.
We understand that work like this negatively impacts your business and thank you for your patience as we undertake this critically important work. If you have any questions regarding this project, please contact the City's Department of Public Works at (650) 259-2339.