Water line construction project begins in Allandale neighborhood

Residents ride bikes on Shoal Creek Boulevard in this photo from February 2020. Austin Water is taking on a project to replace water and wastewater lines in the Allandale neighborhood. (jack Flagler/Community Impact Newspaper)
Residents ride bikes on Shoal Creek Boulevard in this photo from February 2020. Austin Water is taking on a project to replace water and wastewater lines in the Allandale neighborhood. (jack Flagler/Community Impact Newspaper)

Residents ride bikes on Shoal Creek Boulevard in this photo from February 2020. Austin Water is taking on a project to replace water and wastewater lines in the Allandale neighborhood. (jack Flagler/Community Impact Newspaper)

Austin Water is beginning a project in April to upgrade aging water and wastewater lines in an area of North Central Austin where line breaks are common.

Some customers will experience water and wastewater outages when their service is connected to the new line, a process city staff said typically takes several hours.
Timeline: April 2021-June 2022


Cost: $3.47 million

Funding source: Austin Water