Investing in water and wastewater infrastructure is investing in the community. Nearly 50% of customer rates fund the projects we undertake to improve infrastructure, and each year, we invest $20 million in capital improvements to increase OWASA’s system resiliency — upgrading pipes, pumps, equipment and much more. These projects form the basis of our five-year Capital Improvements Program.

Active Boil Water Advisories and Planned Outages

Manhole and Embankment Repairs

Morgan Creek Embankment Repair

Bolinwood Drive

Barclay Rd. Water Line Replacement

Manning Dr. and Country Club Rd. Water Line Replacements

Sedimentation Basin Rehabilitation at OWASA Water Treatment Plant

OWASA Sewer Rehabilitation — Various Locations

Plans to Replace Water Line on Kensington Dr.

Installing Sewers to Serve the Historic Rogers Rd. Area

Fordham Service Road Water Line Replacement

Dobbins Drive Water and Sewer Line Replacement

West Cameron Avenue Water Line Replacement

Invitations For Bids (IFBs), Requests For Proposals (RFPs) and Requests For Qualifications (RFQs)

Capital Improvements Program for Fiscal Years 2020–2024

Invitation For Bids (IFBs), Request For Proposals (RFPs), and Request for Qualifications (RFQs)

For matters relating to OWASA’s Capital Improvement Program, please email our Engineering Manager for Capital Projects, or call (919) 537-4248.

For matters relating to third-party projects, please email our Engineering Manager for Systems Development or call (919) 537-4244.

Information about third-party development projects — typically, water or wastewater lines constructed by others for eventual dedication to OWASA — is not provided on our website.