On December 7, 2015, Dublin City Council adopted the Public Water Utility and Sanitary Sewer Utility Extensions to Existing Developed Property Policy regarding public water and sanitary sewer utility extensions to areas that do not currently have access to these public services. The policy outlines a process by which the City will identify, prioritize, and implement the design and construction of public utility service extensions.
Council also adopted a conceptual 15-year plan for extending these utility lines. The extension process will be initiated and evaluated each year as part of the City’s annual update of the Five-Year Capital Improvements Program (CIP).
City staff members believe a property you may own is within one of the Utility Extension Areas planned for construction in the next five years as follows:
|Construction Year||Extension Area – Subdivision or Parcel Area|
|2018*||Area 4b – Bright Road Parcels
Area 4c – Grande Cliffs Subdivision & Bright Road Parcels
|2019*||Area 4a – River Knolls, Riverside Drive Parcels
Area 8a – Miller Estates Section 1 & 2, Avery & Rings Road Parcels
Area 10c – Mill Road & Dublin Road Parcels
Area 10d – Llewellyn Estates
|2020*|| Area 3a – Riverside Drive Parcels
Area 3b – Riverside Drive Parcels
Area 3c – Woodlands Section 1 & 2, Drexel Hills Terrace
Area 15 – Avery Road Parcels
|2021*||Area 2a – Summit View Parcels & parts of O’Shaughnessy Hills Subdivision
Area 2b – Dora G. Davidson Riverside, Laura Hills Subdivision & Riverside Drive parcels
Area 2c – O’Shaughnessy Hills Subdivision
|2022||Area 8b – Wilcox Road Parcels
Area 8c- Old Wilcox Road Parcels (Tuttle Road Area)
*Note: These areas from the preliminary conceptual plan are programmed in the 2017-2021 CIP based on the information available to City staff at this time. It will be reevaluated on an annual basis and is subject to change.
To learn more about the Policy and the associated implementation plan please refer to the City’s website at http://dublinohiousa.gov/living/sanitary-sewer-and-water-connections/, which includes the following:
- Full policy adopted December 7, 2015
- Video and presentation from December 7, 2015 Council meeting
- Information regarding the water and sanitary sewer tap permit process
- Capacity charges, meter fees, right-of-way permit fees and private connection cost information to obtain water and sanitary sewer service
- Map of water/sanitary sewer extension areas
The City would also like to invite you to a public information meeting to review the Policy and plan. The public meeting will be on Wednesday, April 19, 2017, 6:30 – 8 p.m. at the Dublin Community Recreation Center, 5600 Post Road. We encourage you to attend to learn more about the Policy and implementation plan, and provide any pertinent details regarding your property as it relates to these future projects.
City staff will also reach out to you in advance of construction as part of the design process to request your input on the proposed design and to share information regarding the construction schedule.
The City is pleased to be providing these extensions of public utility services. If you have any questions, or if you believe there is a possibility you have received this letter in error, please contact Todd Garwick, PE, Senior Civil Engineer, at 614.410.4665 or email@example.com