Sewer Rehabilitation Project - Soapstone Valley Park
DC Water is performing sewer rehabilitation projects throughout the city as part of its Capital Improvement Program (CIP). The proposed Soapstone Valley Park Sewer Rehabilitation project would involve the rehabilitation of sewers from Albemarle Street, NW to Broad Branch Road, NW. Benefits of this project would include the rehabilitation of an aging sewer system, improved structural integrity while maintaining adequate hydraulic capacity, and the reduction of stream and groundwater infiltration and potential sanitary sewer overflows.
Scope of work
- Rehabilitation of approximately 6,200 linear feet of defective sanitary sewer pipe
- Rehabilitation of twenty two defective manholes
- Asset protection
- Rehabilitation and or repair of two Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) outlets
- Draft Environmental Assessment (EA) & Statement of Findings (SOF) Submitted to National Park Service (NPS), 2015
- Revised Draft EA submitted to NPS, August 2016
- Revised Draft SOF is currently being reviewed by DC Water
- Revised Draft SOF, anticipated submittal to NPS Water Resources, Spring 2018
- Revised Draft EA, will be submitted to NPS following SOF approval
- Public comment on the Draft EA Public Review: To be determined
- Construction: To be determined
- DC Water is working in cooperation with the National Park Service (NPS), the lead agency, to prepare an EA for the Soapstone Valley Park Sewer Rehabilitation Project, as required by the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA).
- NEPA regulations mandate that a review period is completed once the EA is made available to the public. At that time, stakeholders, such as Advisory Neighborhood Commissions (ANC), and the public will be notified.