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Fairfax City Sewer Line Inspections Begin Next Week

Time: 2016-07-13
Summary: There will be no interruption to utility services, City notes. Fairfax City, VA


FAIRFAX CITY, VA -- The City will be performing a condition inspection of sanitary sewer lines and the associated manholes in the community. The City of Fairfax, Department of Public Works has contracted with RJN Group, Inc. to provide condition inspection services in the area marked in the image above. The work will start on or about Thursday, July 7 and will take approximately three weeks to complete.

It is not necessary for you to be at your home or business during the inspection. There will be no need for the inspectors to enter your home or business at any time. There will be no interruption to any utility services.

Inspectors may need to walk on or near your property to gain access to sanitary sewers and easements and will make attempts to notify persons at the property before doing so. No heavy equipment or excavations are required. Occasionally manhole lids may be covered by brush or shallow sediment – inspectors may remove these minor obstructions to access manholes. Some of the manholes are in the roadway and will require minor traffic control and flagmen.

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