District Project Update

Bowling Green, Ohio

The Northwestern Water and Sewer District (The District) delivers water and sewer services to over 20,000 customers in Wood, Henry, Sandusky, and Hancock counties.  Although many of our projects are performed underground, our utility work can impact water and sewer service in addition to roads throughout our service area.

Center Township: County Home Waterline Replacement Project

Waterline work impacting traffic on County Home Road, north of Kramer Road, has been delayed until further notice.  Additional road restrictions will be announced.  Project investment: $358,000.

Cygnet and Jerry City: Pump Station Project

Through November, lane, shoulder, and sidewalk restrictions are possible in the Village of Cygnet, along Front Street, Washington Street, and Union Street, and in Jerry City on Main Street and Leffler Street for pump station work.  Project complete: December.   Project investment: $578,000.

Lake Township: Water Tower

Through August 2022, crews will be constructing a 1.5-million-gallon elevated water tank near Lemoyne Road between Latcha and Hanley Roads.  Residents can expect additional construction vehicle traffic and possible shoulder restrictions in this area.  Project complete:  September 2022.  Project investment: $4 million.

Perrysburg: Sewer Rehabilitation Project

Work on the project impacting traffic on southbound West Boundary Street between Front Street and West Sixth Street, and the closure of Indiana Avenue between West Boundary Street and North Ridge Drive is postponed.  Updates on closures will be announced.   Project complete: January.  Project investment: $747,000.

Weston: Sewer Rehabilitation Project

Through November, crews will be working in various locations in Weston for sewer rehabilitation. Work is expected to have a minimal impact on roads and sewer service.  Project complete: November.  Project investment: $900,000.

District-Wide: Valve Maintenance

Through November crews will be in various locations in Perrysburg Township for waterline maintenance.  This type of work involves turning valves on waterlines, which can occasionally cause water to become discolored.  Residents are advised to flush their taps if this occurs.