Crews began work this week on a months-long project to replace water mains along Causeway Boulevard and at Cedar and Curlew creeks, city records indicate.
One westbound lane is closed to traffic, as of Feb. 5.
The roughly $2 million project first replaces a 18-inch PVC and ductile iron water main that runs along 1,700 feet of the north side of Causeway Boulevard near the the Bascule drawbridge, city records say.
And after the Causeway Boulevard section is complete, two water mains that run along 900 feet of Curlew Road, just across the Bayshore Boulevard intersection will be replaced.
Those water mains are under water.
One of the mains cuts across 300 feet of Cedar Creek. The other water main crosses 450 feet of Curlew Creek on the golf course at Dunedin Golf Club, city records indicate.
Some surface restoration of driveway and sidewalk pavements, final grading, and sodding will be needed.
The project is slated for completion in December.
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