Construction Status

Wood Avenue Improvements

Easton Suburban Water Authority began a project in 2017 to replace the existing 6" cast iron water main on Wood Avenue between 17th Street and Hackett's Park in the Borough of Wilson with a new 16" ductile iron water main. The water system work was completed in early 2018 and permanent restoration of the pavement was performed in May of 2018.

South Side Improvements

Easton Suburban Water Authority began a project in 2017 to replace the existing cast iron water mains on the following Streets in the South Side of Easton:

Berwick Street between Davis Street and Coal Street
Canal Street between Smith Street and Centre Street
Grant Street between Coal Street and Reynolds Street
Lincoln Street between Davis Street and Seitz Street
Reynolds Street between Williams Street and Lincoln Street
Seitz Street between Berwick Street and Wilkes Barre Street
Wilkes Barre Street between Coal Street and Seitz Street

The cast iron water mains were replaced with 8 or 12 ductile iron water mains.  All service laterals were transferred to the new water mains and the existing water mains were abandoned.  The water system work was completed in late 2017 and permanent pavement restoration was completed in May of 2018.

2017 Palmer Township Improvements

Easton Suburban Water Authority began a project in the Fall of 2017 to replace the existing cast iron water mains on the following Streets in Palmer Township with new ductile iron water mains:

Beaver Lane
Brentwood Avenue (between Logan Drive and Van Buren Road)
Bridlepath Road (between Marc Lane and Winding Way)
Hawthorn Court
Highland Drive (north of Crest Boulevard)
Logan Drive
Marc Lane
Northgate Boulevard
Sherwood Road
Van Buren Road
Winding Way

The cast iron water mains were replaced with 4 and 8 ductile iron water mains.  All service laterals were transferred to the new water mains and the existing water mains were abandoned.  The water system work was completed in February of 2018 and permanent pavement restoration will be completed in July 0f 2018.

Stones Crossing Road
Easton Suburban Water Authority began a project in February of 2018 to replace the existing 6 cast iron water main on Stones Crossing Road between Mountain View Avenue and Sutton Road in Palmer Township with a new 8 ductile iron water main.  All servicer laterals were transferred to the new water main, the existing water mains on the side streets were connected to the new water main and the existing 6 cast iron water main was abandoned.  The water system work was completed in March of 2018 and permanent pavement restoration will be completed in July 2018.

Arndt Road and Devils Cave Trail
Easton Suburban Water Authority began a project in July of 2018 to replace the existing 6 cast iron water main on Arndt Road and the existing 8 cast iron water main on Devils Cave Trail with new 8 ductile iron water mains.  The new water main has been installed and all service laterals have been transferred to the new water main.  The Authority is in the process of completing the abandonment of the existing 6 and 8 cast iron water mains on Arndt Road and Devils Cave Trail.  This work should be completed in early August of 2018.  Temporary pavement restoration will be completed as the water system work is completed.  Permanent pavement restoration will be performed in the Fall of 2018.

Old Mill Road
Easton Suburban Water Authority is in the design phase of a project to replace the existing 8 cast iron water main on Old Mill Road between Sullivan Trail and Indian Trail in Forks Township.  Design should be completed in the Fall/Winter of 2018, with construction being performed in the Spring of 2019.
Route 191 Water Main Improvements
Easton Suburban Water Authority is in the design phase of a project to replace the existing water mains on Route 191 between Newburg Road and Christian Springs Road with a new 12 ductile iron water main.  The project will include the connection of existing service laterals to the new water main and the abandonment of the existing water mains on this portion of Route 191.  Design should be completed in the Fall/Winter of 2018, with construction beginning in the Spring of 2019

Last Updated: 07/30/2018