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Question DetailsAsked on 8/31/2011

city sewers in indianapolis

i currently have a septic tank, where can i find out when the city plans to installl sewers? i live in broad ripple

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I would contact the city sewer department and/or the city planning department and ask. They should have that information readaly availble to the public, because they are sappose to be planning for the future. As with anything - be freindly and nice, and they will bend over backwards to help you find the info.

Answered 7 years ago by leakdetective

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Hiya, Shelly,

The Indianapolis/Marion County Septic Tank Elimination Program (STEP), which used to be run by the Dept. of Public Works, has now been handed over to Citizen's Utilities, as the city sold its wastewater program.

The program remains essentially the same, you must pay a service connection fee of about $2,500 and for the cost of hiring a plumbing/sewer line contractor to actually connect the lateral.

Although the website doesn't list what neighborhoods are converting when (at least not in the 10 or so minutes I was on there), you can find more information here: www.citizenswater.com/Wastewater/STEP.aspx

Answered 7 years ago by JP




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