GOING TO CONSTRUCTION SOON

New Heritage Gravity Sewer (Phase 2)

This new 24-inch sewer line will transport sewer flow from the old Regent Park Lift Station to the recently completed New Heritage Regional Lift Station. It will run south along Sugar Creek until it turns west toward Convention Drive to tie into the New Heritage Station. Michael Baker & Associates is currently completing design and easement acquisition. This project should go out for bid in the spring of 2020.

Carolina Container Gravity Sewer Line

ESP Associates has been hired by York County to design a short leg of gravity sewer, to run from an existing lift station next to Carolina Container on Highway 51 to an existing gravity sewer line that crosses Flint Hill Road. This will allow the County to retire the old lift station there and will provide gravity sewer to several businesses there.

Highway 274 Sewer Force Main Replacement

York County, via its engineering consultant Dewberry Engineering, is completing easement acquisition and permitting to install a new 20 inch diameter sewer force main along Highway 274.  This line will run from the Crowders Creek LIft Station (behind Paddlers Cove subdivision), south along Highway 274 to the Allison Creek Lift Station near Allison Creek Road.  This project should go out to bid in the spring of 2020.

US-21 Force Main Replacement

York County just issued a Request for Qualifications for the design and construction of a new 30 inch diameter sewer force main along Highway 21 in eastern York County.  This new force main will run from the Steele Creek Lift Station to the Manchester Sewer Treatment facility in Rock Hill.  This will be a ’design-build’ project. The design should be underway by spring of 2020. Construction could begin as early as spring of 2021.

Harper Road Transmission Waterline 

A recent long-term study of York County’s Western Water System recommended providing a second transmission line to the Lake Wylie area.  The Harper Road project will be the first leg of this work, providing a water line from Highway 161 at Harper Road, up Paraham Road, then along Campbell Road to connect to the current line there.  This 20 inch diameter water line will also provide County water to an area not currently served. Black and Veatch Engineering is working on design and permitting. 

Last updated: January 2020