Reuse Implementation Project Phase 1, 2, and 3
Payette Lakes Recreational Water and Sewer District constructed a new reuse water pipeline along Norwood and Maki Roads, west of State Highway 55. The pipeline connects to an existing line northwest of Norwood Road and Johnson Lane and transfers disinfected, treated effluent (reuse water) to farmer and rancher fields. Construction started in early May 2018 and was completed in October 2018.
Lift Station 26 through 28, Forcemain Replacement Project
Payette Lakes Recreational Water and Sewer District replaced aging forcemain pipes at three lift stations along Warren Wagon Road. These pipes are pressurized to raise water from lower to higher elevations, so that water can continue to flow downhill to the next lift station. Construction in the right-of-way was completed in October 2018, with the remaining construction completed before the road was paved in Summer 2019, through the Federal Highway Administration project.
The City of McCall (City) completed this infrastructure improvement project in coordination with the Payette Lakes Recreational Water and Sewer District (District). The City upgraded street, water and stormwater infrastructure. The District improved and relocated multiple sewer main and service lines along Idaho Street between Browns Circle to First Street. The District’s goal is to enhance sewer system efficiency by reducing the number of main lines. The project started in Summer 2018 and was completed by Fall 2018.
Downtown Core, Phase 1A
The City of McCall (City) is completing this infrastructure improvement project in coordination with the Payette Lakes Recreational Water and Sewer District (District). The City will upgrade street, water and stormwater infrastructure, and in an effort to streamline infrastructure construction and locations, the District will relocate and upgrade sewer lines. To reduce impacts to residents and business owners, construction will be phased over multiple years. Work on the District’s sewer lines will take place specifically on Second Street between Park Street and Veterans’ Alley. Crews will work during daylight hours, and local traffic will be allowed through the work area. The project started in Summer 2018.
Bond Project Timeline
With money from the bonds, projects to upgrade and improve the wastewater systems will be ongoing over the next several years.
*This timeline is tentative and construction schedules are subject to change for unforeseen reasons.
New Reuse Project Pipeline Phase I started
New Reuse Pipeline Phase II and III started
New Reuse Pipeline Phase II and III completed. Removal of Biosolids at the Wastewater Treatment Facility completed.
Wastewater Treatment Facility improvements to begin
Construction of Headworks at the Wastewater Treatment Facility starts Spring of 2020. Completion is expected by late Fall of 2020.