Crosby infrastructure project moves forward

CROSBY – The North Dakota Department of Environmental Quality reports it has reviewed the proposed Hendrickson-Holmes Comprehensive Improvement Project in Crosby and determined the project can go forward without further substantive environmental review.

The project will replace 23 blocks of water main,19 blocks of sanitary sewer main and fully reconstruct streets for six subdivisions. This area has had issues with undersized water mains, old cast iron and asbestos cement pipe, insufficient firefighting capabilities, failing sanitary sewer main, insufficient pipe bury depth and poor road conditions. The project will improve the drinking water system, sanitary sewer infrastructure and streets.

The City of Crosby plans to apply for a Clean Water State Revolving Fund loan and Drinking

Water State Revolving Fund loan to finance the project.


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