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  • Zone #1 EDAP

    Funded by:
    Grant from Texas Water Development Board (“TWDB”) Economically Distressed Areas Program
    Airline Improvement District

    The District has prepared design plans as part of a TWDB grant for the construction of a water distribution and sanitary sewer collection system for several streets in Service Zone #1 including an upgrade to the existing City of Houston Blue Bell Lift Station. When constructed these improvements will provide potable water service to 109 single family residences and sanitary sewer collection to 199 single family residences. The Texas Water Development Board has agreed to grant $5,084,916 for the construction of the project. We are awaiting notification for when the grant funds will be available. 

    Zone #2 Lift Station and Force Main Project

    Funded by:
    Grant from Harris County Community Services – CDBG Funds
    Airline Improvement District

    The District received a grant from the Harris County Community Development Block Grant program for the design of a sanitary sewer lift station and force main in Service Zone #2. Service will be obtained from the City of Houston’s Imperial Valley Wastewater treatment plant. As part of the project, plans will also include a water distribution system and sanitary sewer system for several streets in Zone #2. The total number of single family connections is estimated at approximately 216 when all future phases of construction are completed. Construction of the lift station and force main is expected to begin in late 2014.