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Saraland Water & Sewer Service

 251-675-5126
307 Shelton Beach Road, Saraland, AL  36571

What’s Happening

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March 1, 2018
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Smoke testing starting 3/5/2018 will be in the Shelton Beach Estates Subdivision

Saraland Water and Sewer Service Implements Upgrades to the

Wastewater Treatment Plant

March 14, 2018

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Saraland Water and Sewer System Extends Sewer Lines on Celeste Road September 6, 2018 The Saraland Water and Sewer System (SAWSS) is committed to improving the operation efficiency and condition of its water and sewer infrastructure in order to maintain affordable rates while minimizing impact to the natural environment. If you drive through Saraland, it quickly becomes evident the city is growing rapidly. It is a desirable community due to its top rate schools, easy accessibility to industrial jobs along the US 43 corridor and Brookley Field, and its small-town appeal. Specifically, the City is experiencing the most growth north and west along Celeste Road. In order to accommodate the growth of new residential subdivisions and other associated commercial growth, the Saraland Water and Sewer Services is in the process of extending a six-inch force main along the east side of Celeste Road. This force main is capable of collecting sanitary sewer wastewater and transporting it to the Saraland Water and Sewer Service’s Wastewater Treatment Facility. The availability of sewer will reduce the number of on-site sanitary sewer septic tanks and will enable the flexibility in developing varying lot sizes. It is wellknown, on site septic systems may not function well in low-lying areas or areas with clay soils. Phase One extended the line 1,314 linear feet on the east side of the road. Phase Two will extend the line an additional 3,140 feet to just south of Radcliff Road. Four-inch stub outs will be installed under the road as necessary to serve existing and future customers. In order to maximize efficiency, the project was installed by the operators and staff of the Saraland Water and Sewer Service with engineering oversight provided by Carah Hall, PE from McCrory Williams Inc.
© Saraland Water Service.  All Rights Reserved.  Website Design and Hosting by North Mobile Internet Services, Inc.

Saraland Water & Sewer

Service

What’s Happening

Click here for details of
March 1, 2018
Click here for details of
Smoke testing starting 3/5/2018 will be in the Shelton Beach Estates Subdivision

Saraland Water and Sewer Service Implements

Upgrades to the Wastewater Treatment Plant

March 14, 2018

More Information
Saraland Water and Sewer System Extends Sewer Lines on Celeste Road September 6, 2018 The Saraland Water and Sewer System (SAWSS) is committed to improving the operation efficiency and condition of its water and sewer infrastructure in order to maintain affordable rates while minimizing impact to the natural environment. If you drive through Saraland, it quickly becomes evident the city is growing rapidly. It is a desirable community due to its top rate schools, easy accessibility to industrial jobs along the US 43 corridor and Brookley Field, and its small-town appeal. Specifically, the City is experiencing the most growth north and west along Celeste Road. In order to accommodate the growth of new residential subdivisions and other associated commercial growth, the Saraland Water and Sewer Services is in the process of extending a six-inch force main along the east side of Celeste Road. This force main is capable of collecting sanitary sewer wastewater and transporting it to the Saraland Water and Sewer Service’s Wastewater Treatment Facility. The availability of sewer will reduce the number of on-site sanitary sewer septic tanks and will enable the flexibility in developing varying lot sizes. It is wellknown, on site septic systems may not function well in low-lying areas or areas with clay soils. Phase One extended the line 1,314 linear feet on the east side of the road. Phase Two will extend the line an additional 3,140 feet to just south of Radcliff Road. Four-inch stub outs will be installed under the road as necessary to serve existing and future customers. In order to maximize efficiency, the project was installed by the operators and staff of the Saraland Water and Sewer Service with engineering oversight provided by Carah Hall, PE from McCrory Williams Inc.