Charlotte Water and its contractors have begun construction on the Clarke Creek Pump Station and Force Main Project. Wastewater generated from portions of Northeastern Mecklenburg County currently flows to the Water & Sewer Authority of Cabarrus County (WSACC). Due to an increase in development and demand in the area, it is necessary to build a new facility to divert a portion of the Clarke Creek Basin flow to the McDowell Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant instead.
Pumping a portion out of the Clarke Creek Basin will allow for new development to continue and will ensure ongoing, reliable service for CLTWater customers.
A Public Meeting was held on Tuesday, May 9, 2023, at Charlotte Mecklenburg Library: North County Regional to discuss the project and answer questions. A copy of the presentation that was reviewed during this meeting can be reviewed below.
For questions, please contact the CLTWater Project Manager, Samuel Wally at Samuel.firstname.lastname@example.org or 704.315.8129.
This Summer, CLTWater will begin clearing easements (commonly known as the right-of-way) near the North Mecklenburg Recycling Center.
Clearing activities involve removing natural growth and debris so that the area is accessible to the project team.
All activities will occur at least 200ft. away from residential properties in the Plum Creek Neighborhood. The work in this area is anticipated to be completed by the end of Fall 2023.
- Clarke Creek Pump Station and Force Main Project Pre-Construction Mailer