Saratoga Heights Sanitary Sewer NID
NID stakeholders are invited to a Saratoga Heights Neighborhood Improvement District workshop meeting to review the preliminary construction plans and to discuss the upcoming sanitary sewer installation that will impact properties located within and outside of the NID. The workshop meeting will be held at 7 p.m., Monday, Oct. 23, in Room 115 of the St. Charles County Administration Building, 201 N. Second St., St. Charles, MO 63301.
The workshop will exhibit and discuss the preliminary plans for the layout of the proposed sanitary sewer main and individual lateral hookups and the remaining project schedule. Representatives from the County and the engineering consulting firm selected to design and oversee construction will be available to answer questions and to get feedback on the design. It is important that stakeholders attend this meeting as it will be the last opportunity to notify the Development Review Division of any concerns or conflicts that may exist between the proposed construction and the existing improvements on property (such as sprinkler systems, dog fences, etc.) that may require plan modifications or that the contractor needs to be aware of.
For project questions, contact Keith Wheeler at 636-949-7900, ext. 7140.
The Development Review Division is currently reviewing the proposed plans that were submitted by the engineering firm of Pickett, Ray, & Silver. Once St. Charles County has approved the plans, these will be submitted to Duckett Creek Sanitary Sewer Company for review. Should Duckett Creek have any comments, Pickett, Ray, & Silver will make required corrections. Once St. Charles County and Duckett Creek are satisfied with the plans, Development Review will schedule a workshop with the residents within the NID of Saratoga Heights and present the plans showing the layout of the main sanitary sewer line.
The ordinance for the creation of the Saratoga Heights Sanitary Sewer Neighborhood Improvement District (NID) was passed by the County Council on Nov. 28 and signed by the County Executive on Dec. 2. Pickett, Ray and Silver have begun preliminary plans. Surveying will begin the week of Dec. 19 and take several days.Updated 12/27/16