Rabbittown Area Watermain Lining Project

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The watermain in the Rabbittown area has received rehabilitation - cleaning and structural lining in order to reduce maintenance issues and improve water service.

This project has been completed

Businesses and homes will receive water through a temporary above ground water piping system installed along the street. Residents will be notified directly by the contractor if their properties are included in the project area and access is required to provide temporary water service. Two-way traffic and pedestrian access will be maintained where possible, delays are to be expected. Every effort will be made by the contractor to maintain driveway access to properties located within the work site. 

The City of St. John's began rehabilitation work on watermains in several areas of the city in order to reduce maintenance issues and improve service.

Cured-in-Place-Pipe (CIPP) lining of watermains is a trenchless pipe rehabilitation method which consists of cleaning and structural rehabilitation of the existing watermain via installation of a CIPP liner.

PROJECT FUNDING

The project was approved to receive cost shared funding through the Provincial - Territorial Infrastructure Component - National and Regional Projects (PTIC-NRP) of the New Building Canada Fund and the Clean Water and Wastewater Fund. The funding partners for this project are the Government of Canada, Province of Newfoundland and Labrador and the City of St. John's.

This page is not intended to replace other information such as Public Advisories or Public Notices (e- updates), for day to day updates such as traffic or water interruptions, etc. check the City's website. To keep informed of the city’s traffic advisories please sign up for e-updates at www.stjohns.ca.

The watermain in the Rabbittown area has received rehabilitation - cleaning and structural lining in order to reduce maintenance issues and improve water service.

This project has been completed

Businesses and homes will receive water through a temporary above ground water piping system installed along the street. Residents will be notified directly by the contractor if their properties are included in the project area and access is required to provide temporary water service. Two-way traffic and pedestrian access will be maintained where possible, delays are to be expected. Every effort will be made by the contractor to maintain driveway access to properties located within the work site. 

The City of St. John's began rehabilitation work on watermains in several areas of the city in order to reduce maintenance issues and improve service.

Cured-in-Place-Pipe (CIPP) lining of watermains is a trenchless pipe rehabilitation method which consists of cleaning and structural rehabilitation of the existing watermain via installation of a CIPP liner.

PROJECT FUNDING

The project was approved to receive cost shared funding through the Provincial - Territorial Infrastructure Component - National and Regional Projects (PTIC-NRP) of the New Building Canada Fund and the Clean Water and Wastewater Fund. The funding partners for this project are the Government of Canada, Province of Newfoundland and Labrador and the City of St. John's.

This page is not intended to replace other information such as Public Advisories or Public Notices (e- updates), for day to day updates such as traffic or water interruptions, etc. check the City's website. To keep informed of the city’s traffic advisories please sign up for e-updates at www.stjohns.ca.

  • Watermain Rehabilitation Work re-starting April 3, 2019

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    CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.

    The watermain in the Rabbittown area is scheduled for cleaning and structural lining from April to August 2019. This is a continuation of the 2018 watermain lining project.

    Businesses and homes will receive water through a temporary above ground water piping system installed along the street. The contractor will notify residents directly if their property is impacted. Access to properties is required to provide temporary water service. Check out the Street List and more under Document Library.

    Two-way traffic and pedestrian access will be maintained where possible. Every effort will be made to maintain driveway access to properties in the work site. Minor traffic delays are to be expected.


  • Watermain work nearing completion

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    CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.

    November 19, 2018. The watermain work in the Rabbittown area is now nearing completion and all properties are scheduled to be removed from temporary above ground piping during the next three weeks.

    Residents in the area who are hooked up to the temporary above ground water piping system are encouraged to keep a steady flow of water running from an inside tap when the temperature is near or below 0 degrees to help protect the temporary water service line from freezing.

    Residents will be notified directly by the contractor when they are scheduled to be removed from the temporary water piping and are required to turn on their existing water shut-off valve or when access to the property is required to facilitate removal from the temporary water piping. Please check your mail for a letter from the contractor.

    The City thanks local residents for their cooperation and apologizes for the inconvenience that this project has caused. Reinstatement work to re-pave sections in the area is ongoing and will continue for a few weeks following removal from the temporary water piping.

    The rehabilitation work on the watermain is required to reduce maintenance issues and improve service.


  • Watermain work on hold

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    CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.

    In March the City of St. John's began rehabilitation work on the watermain in the Rabbittown Area in order to improve water service. The construction work to rehabilitate the watermain is currently on hold.

    We have encountered some technical challenges with the project which we are working through with our contractor.

    We expect that work will resume during the next few weeks.

    The City apologizes for the inconvenience that this may cause.


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