This project has two parts – a lift station and a force main. The force main is part of the process to eliminate repeated sanitary sewer overflows near the intersection of University Drive and Rosedale Street.
The existing sanitary sewer and wastewater collection system in the Clear Fork corridor is undersized from the University Drive/IH 30 intersection to Forest Park Boulevard at 5th Street. There are currently two collector mains – 48-inches to 54-inches in diameter - that parallel the Clear Fork of the Trinity River from University Drive downstream through Trinity Park then connects to the deep tunnel sewers in downtown Fort Worth.
This force main is 30-inches in diameter. The force main and lift station will work together to handle both normal and peak flow conditions.
This capital improvement project is in Council District 9. Construction may impact the Fort Worth Downtown Alliance.
If you missed the November 3, 2022 community construction meeting for the Clear Fork Force Main, go to the "Related Information" sidebar to the right and click on powerpoint-clear-fork-force-main-construction.
Fort Worth Water is hosting an in-person community construction meeting for the Clear Fork Force Main project on Thursday, November 3, at 6 p.m. The Fort Worth Central Library at 500 W. 3rd Street in downtown Fort Worth is hosting the meeting.
This project is in Fort Worth Council District 9. Construction will impact the Fort Worth Downtown Alliance.
Construction on the lift station will begin in the fall of 2022, as early as September.
Businesses and apartment complexes on Mopac Road, Rogers Road and University Drive may see increased traffic.
For more please click on the August 2022 summary/FAQs under the Related Information sidebar.
3501 Mopac Road, Fort Worth 76107 View Map
3501 Mopac Road ,
Fort Worth 76107
Lift Station - Construction
Force Main - Pre-Construction
Lift Station - August 2023
Force Main - November 2023