Crews continued with routine infrastructure maintenance as well as helped with the Recreation Center demolition project.
Storm water personnel completed the storm water trench drain at the Public Works yard to remain compliant with our UPDES permit, installed a pre-treatment manhole on 1200 West at 1350 North, and helped with the demolition efforts at Geneva Park.
Storm water crews attended training at the North American Snow Conference in SLC. Crews also helped with asphalt patching, library expansion infrastructure, and cleaning portions of the West Smith Canal along Carterville Road.
Storm water crews installed one sump, cleaned the irrigation siphon on east Center Street, conducted multiple inspections.
Storm water crews spent most of the month helping with snow removal, vehicle maintenance, and infrastructure inspections.
In March crews worked to inspect the sump project on 1700-1800 North west of State St. Irrigation lines in two locations were repaired after contractors damaged them.
Crews spent the month of February doing storm water infrastructure inspections and helping with snow removal.
Crews spent a considerable amount of time completing snow removal equipment maintenance as well as doing snow removal. Crews repaired a improper pipe stub in a storm drain line on 1000 South west of Orem Blvd.
Crews have spent a considerable amount of time removing leaves from streets and gutters.
Fall leaf sweeping is in full swing.