Water and Sewer

Public Utilities Capital Improvement Projects

Water and Wastewater Projects

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Pre-Approval

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Programmed

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Planning

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Design

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Right of Way Acquisition

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Construction

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Complete

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CIP Projects

Project Type
Big Branch Interceptor  Replacement / Repair
Bio-energy Recovery ProjectExpansion / Improvement
Brentwood Estates Sewer Improvements Replacement / Repair
Crabtree Basin Improvement ProjectExpansion / Improvement
Lower Poplar Creek Sewer ImprovementsExpansion / Improvement
Main Campus Drive WaterlineExpansion / Improvement
Neuse River East Parallel Interceptor Expansion / Improvement
Oregon Trail 24 Inch WaterlineExpansion / Improvement
Pine Hollow Elevated Water Storage Tank Replacement / Repair
Pullen to Bain Reinforcing Main Expansion / Improvement
South Saunders Street Sewer Replacement Replacement / Repair
Walnut Creek Pump Station Odor Control Replacement / Repair
2015 Waterlines Project 1 Replacement / Repair
2015 Water/Sewer Replacement Project 3Replacement / Repair
30/36/42 Richland Creek OutfallExpansion / Improvement

The City of Raleigh's Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is one element in the City's long-term planning process. It links the City's Comprehensive Plan and long-term planning for infrastructure and operations. The City of Raleigh’s Public Utilities Department houses an internal CIP divsion. This program studies major facility and equipment needs. This program also establishes priorities, estimates fiscal resources, and schedules the development of major funded projects.

The Public Utilities Department is responsible for the water and wastewater infrastructure found in the City of Raleigh and the towns of Garner, Knightdale, Rolesville, Wake Forest, Wendell, and Zebulon. The CIP division within the department accomplishes infrastructure improvements for these two major utility systems. 

CIP Projects

Project Type
Big Branch Interceptor  Replacement / Repair
Bio-energy Recovery ProjectExpansion / Improvement
Brentwood Estates Sewer Improvements Replacement / Repair
Crabtree Basin Improvement ProjectExpansion / Improvement
Lower Poplar Creek Sewer ImprovementsExpansion / Improvement
Main Campus Drive WaterlineExpansion / Improvement
Neuse River East Parallel Interceptor Expansion / Improvement
Oregon Trail 24 Inch WaterlineExpansion / Improvement
Pine Hollow Elevated Water Storage Tank Replacement / Repair
Pullen to Bain Reinforcing Main Expansion / Improvement
South Saunders Street Sewer Replacement Replacement / Repair
Walnut Creek Pump Station Odor Control Replacement / Repair
2015 Waterlines Project 1 Replacement / Repair
2015 Water/Sewer Replacement Project 3Replacement / Repair
30/36/42 Richland Creek OutfallExpansion / Improvement

The City of Raleigh's Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is one element in the City's long-term planning process. It links the City's Comprehensive Plan and long-term planning for infrastructure and operations. The City of Raleigh’s Public Utilities Department houses an internal CIP divsion. This program studies major facility and equipment needs. This program also establishes priorities, estimates fiscal resources, and schedules the development of major funded projects.

The Public Utilities Department is responsible for the water and wastewater infrastructure found in the City of Raleigh and the towns of Garner, Knightdale, Rolesville, Wake Forest, Wendell, and Zebulon. The CIP division within the department accomplishes infrastructure improvements for these two major utility systems.