The City of Muskegon will be replacing sanitary gravity sewer from approximately Sherman Boulevard and Henry Street to Beidler Street and Young Avenue. The gravity sewer will be installed along portions of Henry Street, Pulaski Avenue, Beidler Street, Poliski Street, Hackley Avenue and various easement locations.
This project also includes:
Here's a map of the project area.
- a new sanitary lift station installed at Young Avenue and Beidler Street, and installation of a sanitary force main from the lift station to Division Street and Southern Avenue.
- replacement of the water main on Crowley Street between Young Avenue and Laketon Avenue, and on Beidler Street and Poliski Drive south of Hackley Avenue.
- replacing various water services from the water main to the building throughout the project area.
- rerouting the sewer services from the backyards to the new gravity sewer main in the roadway for many residents located south of Hackley Street on Beidler Street and Poliski Drive.
This is a large project that extends through many areas of the City. Not all of the project areas will be worked on at once. Following is a tentative schedule for the work. This is a general schedule and is likely to change. This will be updated throughout the project so that you are aware of when your area may be impacted.
- Tree Removal (Crowley, Beidler, Pulaski, and Poliski): February 17—February 29
- Division St. and east alley (Laketon to Grand): February 17—May 1
- Lift Station (Young St. at Beidler): February 24—June 1
- Crowley St. (Young St. to Laketon): April 1—June 1
- Beidler St. (Young St. to Hackley St.): May 26—July 31
- Poliski St. and Beidler St. (South of Hackley St.): May 27—July 31
- Beidler St. (South of Barney): June 3—October 1
- Pulaski Ave.: June 9—October 1
- Henry St. (south of Pulaski): August 1—October 20
This is a construction site and in many of the areas heavy equipment will be present. Much of this work is on deep infrastructure requiring deep holes. The Contractor will be making efforts to secure holes and equipment at night. Please do not cross any barriers or climb on equipment for your own safety.
The affected roads will be closed but will stay accessible to residents in the immediate construction area throughout the project, except for short periods of time when pipe will be installed across the roads. Individual driveway access will be interrupted during periods of time for a few hours, but in all cases will be restored by the end of the workday.
Driveways and Restoration
Driveways that are disrupted during construction will be replaced at the same location, and equal in size and type to the existing drive. Temporary driveway material will also be placed and maintained to provide access to residences during construction. Disturbed grass areas will be restored with topsoil, seed, fertilizer, and mulch.
If you have underground sprinklers installed along the road, please mark the heads and approximate locations of the pipe and if possible, remove the heads. The Contractor will attempt to avoid damaging irrigation systems however if they are damaged, they will repair them.
The Contractor will make the necessary arrangements with the postal service to assure uninterrupted mail delivery.
The Contractor will make the necessary arrangements with the appropriate waste management companies to assure uninterrupted garbage pickup. Please write your name and address on your garbage bin in a visible location to assist in returning your bin to the proper house.
Many of the water services within the project area will be replaced up to the meter in the building, or up to 18 inches into the building if the meter is located within the right-of-way. If your water service is scheduled for replacement, the contractor will be contacting you during the construction period to schedule your water service replacement. The contractor will temporarily require access into your building prior to and during installation.