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Sound Planning and Appropriate Investments

The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is integral to accomplishing the District's mission and strategic plan. In fiscal years 2018 and 2019 DSRSD is investing $66 million in replacement and expansion projects.

The cost of replacing existing assets is built into the charges current customers pay for water and sewer services. Developers pay for expanding water and wastewater systems on behalf of future customers. Developer fees also purchase capacity in the community's existing infrastructure.

News about Current Projects

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A construction crew work near a manhole to perform cured-in-place point repairs on a sewer pipe.Quick Sewer Repairs Happening Throughout Summer and Fall 2018

Cured-in-place point repairs using existing manholes allow for quick sewer reinforcements without the need for digging. Find out if traffic in your neighborhood will be affected.


Aerial view of three anaerobic digesters

$13.1M Digester and Grease Receiving Station

New facilities under construction will increase wastewater treatment capacity and help produce more electricity from recovered biogas.


An excavator shovels dirt from a deep trench into a dumptruck.Dublin Boulevard Sewer Construction

DSRSD is moving the underground sewer lift station located across from the Dublin Sports Grounds due to a City of Dublin road widening project.


Construction site at water recycling plantWater Recycling Plant Expansion

An $18 million improvement project is underway that will boost water recycling capacity from 9.7 million to 16.2 million gallons per day.


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