Water Rehabilitation Project Update

Published on July 21, 2020

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As part of a three-mile water main and fire hydrant replacement project on or near Dell Range Boulevard, the City of Cheyenne Board of Public Utilities’ (Board) water rehabilitation project will continue to advance water service reliability in the area. The five-stage project will be wrapping up stage one along Dell Range Boulevard from Bluegrass Circle to the Dry Creek Drainage by the end of July. Congestion along Dell Range Boulevard should ease as the Board moves toward stage two of the project.

Stage two of this rehabilitation project has begun on Bluegrass Circle from Dell Range Boulevard to Spring Court and is scheduled for completion around the end of August. Current traffic control will be extended, including modifications for one-way traffic. Business and residential access will be provided.  

Follow the Board on social media for updates stages three, four and five on this $4.4 million water rehabilitation project with construction slated to end in the Winter of 2020. The Board apologizes for any inconvenience this project may cause and thanks Cheyenne residents for their patience as the Board upgrades the water system. 

 

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