Recycled Water Scheme – End User Connections

>Recycled Water Scheme – End User Connections

Recycled Water Scheme – End User Connections

Contractors will be testing recycled water irrigation at the western end of Kelly Reserve on Thursday 21 November. Residents are advised that access to the western end of the park - including the dog park - will be temporarily restricted while testing takes place.

Use of playgrounds and exercise equipment will be unaffected.

The Parkes Recycled Water Scheme will be turned on this summer, with crews currently undertaking end-user connections.

FB Contracting have been commissioned to connect the new recycled water pipeline to the existing irrigation systems at the parks and sporting fields.

These minor works will be relatively low-impact, and are not expected to have direct impacts on properties or traffic. Each site will take approximately 7 days to connect, with a further 14 days allowed for commissioning activities.

The parks and fields will be accessible during these works. The connections commenced on Monday 4 November. The works will then progress to the remaining parks, with an anticipated completion date of Friday 20 December.

See below for the construction schedule for the next two weeks

SiteConstruction Start DateConstruction End Date
Northparkes Oval18th November19th November
Kelly Reserve19th November20th November
Spicer Oval20th November30th November
Coopers Park20th November21st November
Davey Park21st November22nd November
Harrison Oval22nd November23rd November
Memorial Hill22nd November23rd November
Keast Park25th November26th November
Woodward Oval28th November29th November
Lions Park29th November30th November

2019-11-20T14:25:28+11:00November 18th, 2019|Public Notices|

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