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Lombard’s Department of Public Works is pleased to announce that the Gatz Pond Project is nearing completion. The project consisted of the construction of approximately 1,950 feet of 60-inch diameter storm sewer.
The project also includes installing 700 feet of various diameter storm sewers, pavement reconstruction, and pavement patching. The project separated approximately 450 acres of combined sewers in the Gatz Pond Watershed. Maple Street will be reopened and detour signs will be removed on Monday, Sept. 25.
The Gatz Pond Outfall Project has finished ahead of schedule and will help to reduce sanitary sewer back-ups and reduce the potential for basement backups from storm water. Punch list items including sidewalk and driveway rehabilitation, and landscape restoration, will be completed in the weeks to come.
“We appreciate the patience and cooperation of residents during the construction of Capital Projects,” said Trustee Bill Ware, Chair of the Public Works and Environmental Concerns Committee. “While disruptive, they have a significant benefit to the community.”
For more information please visit the project’s webpage at www.villageoflombard.org/gatzpond.