News & Updates
Grants will soon be available to assist residents who are rehabilitating their sanitary sewer lines as required by Golden Valley’s Inflow and Infiltration (I/I) program.
This week on the Metropolitan Council Environmental Services (MCES) regional sanitary sewer force main project, tunnel crews will continue to push 30-inch casing pipe which through the northernmost I-394 tunnel so they can begin to string the 18-inch carrier pipe inside of it.
An icy surface turns walking into a hazard, so naturally people do what they can to melt away the slick onslaught of winter.
When people use salt to melt ice and spread sand to create better traction, they may not realize it can have harmful environmental effects if washed into storm sewers and then into streams and lakes. Metro area waters have become increasingly salty since the early 1950s, and chloride is the culprit.**