Kirkland Emergency Sanitary Sewer Program
Location: Kirkland, WA
Many Kirkland homes are still dependent on aged and failing septic systems. The City of Kirkland developed the Emergency Sewer Program in 1999 to provide long-term benefits of sanitary sewer and to address potentially hazardous septic situations. Otak helped City officials launch this highly successful program, and has since completed bi-annual projects from 1999 – 2013. The $1.5 million 2013 Program includes approximately 3,500 lineal feet of new sanitary sewer main with 55 new connections. Providing these connections to sanitary sewer enables residents to hook into the system when needed without expensive and disruptive delays. Otak completed design work up to 60%.