Castle Rock Water identifies water distribution pipe and appurtenances for rehabilitation based on a history of leaks, increased annual maintenance, age, and condition. Hydraulic modeling and fire flow testing sometimes determines when a pipe should be replaced with a larger-size pipe to deliver more flow. Pipeline repairs always involve open-cut trench work in the streets, so residents should be aware and obey any posted traffic signs.
With water system repairs, the water system must be shut down to relieve pressure and make the work area safe. Castle Rock Water will provide notice for planned shutdowns, and complete repairs as quickly as possible.
Terrain Flow Control Vault Project - 2021
The Terrain Flow Control Vault Project is located near the intersection of Founders Parkway and Crimson Sky Drive. The project will install a new automated flow control valve in the water main along Founders Parkway.
The valve will work with the existing Oaks Valve to allow for a more efficient distribution of red zone water from the Ray Waterman Regional Water Treatment Facility, between Tank 14 and Tank 16 in the Terrain subdivision.
Construction of this project is scheduled for the fall of 2021.
New waterline installation
Glovers Distribution Pipe Rehabilitation Project - 2021 and 2022
The Glovers Distribution Pipe Rehabilitation Project is located east of S. Gilbert Street, between Ash and Elm avenues. This project will replace the aging and undersized potable water distribution piping in this subdivision. This subdivision has had a significant number of main breaks in recent years.
The project is currently being designed by Castle Rock Water staff and the estimated project cost is $1 million. Phase 1 is scheduled to begin summer 2021. Phase 2 construction is planned for 2022.