Annexation Phase V – Project 17 -Blue Springs Woods, Beacon Hill, Emerald Garden, Hickory Grove


Project Details Downloads
Construction Complete-October 2017 Project 17 Map (PDF)
Section 1:  Available for Connection
(FIF  Waiver Ends April 2, 2018) 
Project Schedule Section 1  
Section 2:  Available for Connection
(FIF  Waiver Ended Nov. 5, 2017)
Project Schedule Section 2
Served: 480 Public Hearing Notice (02/2018)
Engineer Design: Moorman, Kizer & Reitzel Section 1 Connection Notice (10/2017)
Construction: Section II Connection Notification (05/2017)
Section 1-State Utility Contractors, Inc Project 17 Installation Begins (10/2015)
Section 2-Billy Bill Grading Inc Project 17 Survey and Appraisal Letter
Project 17 Prelim. Assessment Letter
Project 17 Prelim. Assessment Resolution
Project 17 Assessment Brochure
Project 17 Assessment Meeting Invite
Installation: What to Expect (pdf)
Project 16 & 17 Project Delayed
How to Connect (pdf)
Search Installation by Street What To Expect During Installation (video)


Both sections of this project are complete and available for connection.   The Preliminary Assessment Roll, the document which includes the assessment recommendation and properties to which the assessment applies, is available for public inspection in the office of the City Clerk until March 19, 2018. The Fayetteville City Council will hold a public hearing at 7 p.m. on February 26, 2018 in City Hall located at 433 Hay Street for the purpose of receiving public comments regarding the recommendations.

If you feel your property will not benefit from the services that have been installed, the public hearing is your opportunity to address concerns about the recommended assessment of your property. If you desire to speak, you must register with the City Clerk by name and home address (in writing or in person) before 5:00 p.m. on or before February 26, 2018 at the City Attorney’s office located on the second floor of City Hall. You may also register to speak between 6:30 and 7:00 p.m. on February 26, 2018 in the City Council Chambers at City Hall.

On March 19, 2018, the City Council will take formal action on the Assessment Roll, after which property owners who are being assessed will receive further information regarding their payment options. Responsibility for collecting the assessments has been assigned to PWC. The City of Fayetteville offers financial assistance in paying the sanitary sewer assessment for income-eligible families within newly annexed areas. To see if you are eligible, please contact Latoya Gordon with Fayetteville Economic and Community Development at 433-1599.

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.