Middle Sound Loop Road has reopened to traffic following emergency repairs to a CFPUA sewer main.
On Monday, August 1, a sewer leak was reported in the 500 block of Middle Sound Loop Road. Approximately 2,340 gallons of untreated wastewater spilled to a nearby drainage ditch. While crews were able to reclaim a portion of the spill, some wastewater escaped into a tributary of Pages Creek.
CFPUA has notified the State Division of Water Resources and CFPUA staff are conducting surface water sampling in the area of the spill.
A lane of Middle Sound Loop Road at the roundabout is closed for an emergency sewer repair effective immediately Monday, August 1.
The eastbound lane of the 500 block of Middle Sound Loop Road, at the second exit of the roundabout, is closed to traffic. Drivers are asked to detour around the closure using the first roundabout exit onto Middle Sound Loop Road.
Westbound traffic and other exits of the roundabout are not affected.
The closure is expected to remain in place for approximately 6 hours while crews complete emergency repairs to a CFPUA sewer main.
A caller to CFPUA’s emergency hotline reported a sewer leak in the area Monday morning. Approximately 2,340 gallons of untreated wastewater escaped into a drainage ditch. The wastewater flow has been stopped and crews are working to clean up the spill and make repairs.
CFPUA has notified the State Division of Water Resources.
See below for a map of the closure: