Annexation Phase V – Project 16 – Hampton Oaks & Southgate


Project Details Downloads
Construction Start: 2015 Project Map 
Completion: November  2017 Project Schedule 
Served: 331 Project 16 Connection Notice (10/2/16)
Engineer Design Firm: W.K. Dickson Project 16 Installation Begins (11/2015)
 Construction: State Utility Contractors, Inc. Survey and Appraisal Letter
Project 16 Prelim. Assessment Letter
Completed & Available for Connection Project 16 Prelim. Assessment Resolution
 (FIF  Waiver Ends April 2, 2018)  Installation: What to Expect (pdf)
How to Connect (pdf)
Project 16 & 17 Project Delayed
 Search Installation by Street What to Expect During Installation (video)


This project is complete and available for connection.  A Sewer Connection Informational Meeting will be held on Monday, Oct. 16, 2017 at Church of the Nazarene, 1844 Rayconda Place at 7:00 p.m.

Residents in the Project 16, where sewer installation is complete, are invited to attend the meeting explaining the utility connection process.  Official Connection notices have been mailed to property owners included in this project area and eligible for connection. Staff of the Fayetteville Public Works Commission, City of Fayetteville Inspections Department and a representative from the Fayetteville Area Plumbers Association will be present at the meeting to explain details related to sewer connection and answer questions you may have.

The Construction Process

There are several phases to the construction process. PWC ensures that the Contractor makes every effort to limit interruptions and the impact on residents during each phase of the construction process.

First, you will see design engineers and surveyors canvassing the area to determine the layout of the sewer collection system. Once the design is complete, the project will be bid and the construction phase will begin.

When construction begins, asphalt will be removed from the street and excavation crews will begin installing the sewer mains. This is typically done in one city block-sized area at a time.

A second excavation crew will then install the laterals from the sanitary sewer main to the right of way. It will be the homeowner’s responsibility to connect from the clean out to the home once they are notified connections can begin.

Smaller excavations may be necessary throughout the construction process to test the lines and perform compaction testing to ensure the new asphalt does not fail.

Once all excavation and testing have been completed, the contractor will then patch the asphalt and restoration will take place.

This information is subject to change.