Summary: The City of Atchison has over 100 linear miles of sewer and/or stormwater lines in the ground. Some of those lines are over 100 years old and in surprisingly good shape, while others are chronically undersized and plugged. This annual program is set aside to address ongoing stormwater issues, including maintenance work, repairs, or replacement of inlets, pipes, ditch lines, curb, etc…

Cost: To preserve the integrity of the bidding process, we avoid publishing detailed  estimates prior to the bidding process.

Funding: This project will be entirely funded by the City of Atchison Wastewater CSO CIP. This project is budgeted annually at $100,000.

Location: Various, although the largest project in the 2016 program the replacement of multiple stormwater structures in the vicinity of 2nd & Laramie.

Contractor: Pruett Construction, S&R Betts Construction, Martin Construction, etc…

Status: Construction

Construction Start Date: 2016

Completion Date: 2017

tacoinlet
A new storm inlet and adjacent sidewalk repairs on 10th Street near Taco John’s
294th-westridge
Finished drainage project at 294th & Westridge
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