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Pebble Ridge / Woodridge and Vicinity Sewer Project

Find information regarding the Pebble Ridge/ Woodridge and Vicinity Sewer Project.

NOTE: The Pebble Ridge Sewer Project is ongoing, and updates will be posted when needed. Please check back for more information.

Construction Sequence Map

Pebble Ridge Construction Progress Sequence 

*Map and sequence subject to rock and weather.

Pebble Ridge Sewer Project: Rock Depth Exhibits How to Connect to the Pebble Ridge / Woodridge Sewers!

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Construction Drawings for Pebble Ridge/Woodridge Area Sanitary Sewers Updates from BCWSA

November 15, 2019

In the past week construction installed 140 LF of pipe on Stony Lane. Significant rock at the bottom of the drilled slowed production. Erosion and Sedimentation controls were checked to protect the creek from runoff and inlet covers were checked. Meetings with residents in the construction area for lateral location stakes is continuing.  The drilling of Stony Lane is continuing. Paving is scheduled for the 19th on Pebble Ridge Road.  

In the next  week weather and conditions permitting we will expect to Install:

–  Sewer Main and Force Main installation will continue from Lower State road in the easement area off of Old New Rd.

– 150 LF of pipe on Stony Lane

–   Manhole #29 on Stony Lane

–  The driller is continuing to pre-drill Stony Lane.

–    Continue meeting with residents to identify lateral location and depth.

–    Milling and Paving of Portions of Pebble Ridge Road are expected to begin weather permitting by 11-19-19 at the latest.

–    One crew will continue the installation of gravity main and force main in Lower State Road and the 2nd crew will install sewer on Stony Hill road.

November 8, 2019

In the past week construction installed the pipes for the trunk line and force main from the Pump Station across Lower State rd. Manholes on Pebble Ridge road were adjusted and parged ahead of the upcoming paving work. Significant rock outcroppings and water were encountered during the excavation of Lower State Road. Erosion and Sedimentation controls were checked to protect the creek from runoff and inlet covers were checked. Meetings with residents in the construction area for lateral location stakes is continuing.  The drilling of Stony Lane in advance of our excavating of the area is continuing.  

In the next  week weather and conditions permitting we will expect to Install:

–   Sewer Main and Force Main installation will continue from Lower State road in the easement area off of Old New Rd.

 – 300 LF of pipe on Stony Lane

-Manhole #29 on Stony Lane

–    The driller is continuing to pre-drill Stony Lane.

 –  The paving contractor will pave the crossing of Lower State road on Nov 11th

–  Continue meeting with residents to identify lateral location and depth.

–  Milling and Paving of Portions of Pebble Ridge Road are expected to begin weather permitting by 11-18-19 at the latest.

–  One crew will begin the installation of gravity main and force main in Lower State Road and the 2nd crew will install sewer on Stony Hill road.

–  Concrete restoration will also be conducted.

November 1, 2019

In the past week construction installed the remaining lateral connections for the homes on  Pebble Ridge rd.  Saw cutting of Lower State Road was completed. Significant rock outcroppings have been encountered 1-2 feet above invert (bottom of trench). Erosion and Sedimentation controls were checked to protect the creek from runoff and inlet covers were checked. Restoration crews completed work on the easement at Shady Brook Circle. Meetings with residents in the construction area for lateral location stakes is continuing.  The drilling of Stony Lane in advance of our excavating of the area is continuing.  

In the next  week weather and conditions permitting we will expect to Install:

–  Sewer Main and Force Main installation (approx. 75 feet of each crossing Lower State Road) from the pump station.

 –  300 LF of pipe on Stony Lane

– Manhole #29 on Stony Lane

–  The driller is continuing to pre-drill Stony Lane.

– Continue meeting with residents to identify lateral location and depth.

– Milling and Paving of Portions of Pebble Ridge Road are expected to begin weather permitting by 11-18-19 at the latest.

–  One crew will begin the installation of gravity main and force main in Lower State Road and the 2nd crew will install sewer on Stony Hill road.

–  Concrete restoration will also be conducted.

October 25, 2019

In the past week construction installed additional lateral connections for the homes on  Pebble Ridge rd.  Significant rock outcroppings have been encountered 1-2 feet above invert (bottom of trench). Erosion and Sedimentation controls were checked to protect the creek from runoff and inlet covers were checked. Restoration crews began work on the easement at Shady Brook Circle. Meetings with residents in the construction area for lateral location stakes is continuing.  The drilling of the deepest parts of Stony Lane in advance of our excavating of the area is continuing.  

In the next  week weather and conditions permitting we will expect to Install:

–  300 LF of pipe if on Stony Lane

– Manholes #29 on Stony Lane

–  Continue to install the last of the lateral connection stubs for residences on Pebble Ridge Road between Stony Lane and Turk Road.

-The driller is continuing to pre-drill Stony Lane. They will be working on Saturday 10-26-19 as well.

-Continue meeting with residents to identify lateral location and depth.

– Milling and Paving of Portions of Pebble Ridge Road are expected to begin weather permitting.

-Saw cutting and installation of main and force main in Lower State Road will begin. The 2nd crew is expected to start on Nov 6th.

– Restoration of the easement areas will also be continuing in the area of Shady Brook Circle.

– Concrete restoration will also be conducted.

October 18, 2019

In the past week construction installed 55 feet of pipe and Manhole MH #28 which finishes the main installation on Pebble Ridge rd.  Significant rock outcroppings have been encountered 1-2 feet above invert (bottom of trench). Erosion and Sedimentation controls were checked to protect the creek from runoff and inlet covers were checked. Crews continued to cleanup and remove material and equipment from Shady Brook Circle. Meetings with residents in the construction area for lateral location stakes is continuing.  The drilling of the deepest parts of Stony Lane in advance of our excavating of the area is continuing.  

In the next  week weather and conditions permitting we will expect to Install:

–    300 LF of pipe if conditions permit

–   Manholes #29 if conditions permit

–    Continue to install the lateral connection stubs for residences on Pebble Ridge Road between Stony Lane and Turk Road (13).

–   The driller is continuing to pre-drill Stony Lane.

–  The crew will move back to Stony Lane when the driller has performed his work and continue on to Woodridge as conditions allow.  

– Continue meeting with residents to identify lateral location and depth

– Restoration will begin on the easement from Shady Brook Circle down to the crossing location for Militia Hill Rd. expected to take at least a week weather permitting

–  Concrete restoration on curbing on Shady Brook Cir will also be conducted around the same time as the easement restoration weather permitting

October 11, 2019

In the past week construction installed 500 feet of pipe and Manhole MH #27 as they continue down Pebble Ridge road towards Turk road. Significant rock outcroppings have been encountered 1-2 feet above invert (bottom of trench). Erosion and Sedimentation controls were checked to protect the creek from runoff and inlet covers were checked. Meetings with residents in the construction area for lateral location stakes is continuing.  The drilling of the deepest parts of Stony Lane in advance of our excavating of the area is continuing.  

In the next  week (short Week) weather and conditions permitting we will expect to Install:

– 30 linear feet of pipe and continue on Pebble Ridge Road towards Turk Road.

–  Manholes #28.

– The lateral connection stubs for residences on Pebble Ridge Road between Stony Lane and Turk Road.

– The driller is continuing to pre-drill Stony Lane.

–  The crew will move back to Stony Lane when the driller has performed his work and continue on to Woodridge as conditions allow.  

–   We will also be moving stockpiles out of Shady Brook Circle to a new location.

– Continue meeting with residents to identify lateral location and depth.

October 4, 2019

In the past week construction installed 500 feet of pipe Manholes MH #25 and MH #26 as they continue down Pebble Ridge road towards Turks road. Significant rock outcroppings have been encountered 1-2 feet above invert (bottom of trench). Erosion and Sedimentation controls were checked to protect the creek from runoff and inlet covers were checked. Meetings with residents in the construction area for lateral location stakes is continuing.  Due to the encountering of the blue dense rock at Stony Lane the drilling company has been brought in and is drilling the deepest parts of Stony Lane in advance of our excavating of the area.  

In the next  week weather and conditions permitting we will expect to Install:

–  500 linear feet of pipe and continue on Pebble Ridge Road towards Turk Road.

– Manholes #27 and possibly MH#28 if subsurface conditions improve (less rock)

– The lateral connection stubs for residences on the section of main (if any)

– The driller is continuing to pre-drill Stony Lane.

– The crew will move back to Stony Lane when the driller has performed his work and continue on to Woodridge as conditions allow.  

– Continue meeting with residents to identify lateral location and depth

September 27, 2019

In the past week construction installed 2 laterals and casting for Manhole MH #24 as well as raised some castings on the other installed manholes on Pebble Ridge Road. Significant rock outcroppings have been encountered 4-5 feet above invert (bottom of trench). Erosion and Sedimentation controls were checked to protect the creek from runoff and inlet covers were checked. Meetings with residents in the construction area for lateral location stakes is continuing.  Due to the encountering of the blue dense rock at Stony Lane we will be continuing down Pebble Ridge Road while we schedule a driller to come in and drill the rock on Stony Lane and other suspected locations in the work area over the next 6-8 weeks.

In the next  week weather and conditions permitting we will expect to Install:

-Continue on Pebble Ridge Road from Shady Brook Circle to the end on Pebble Ridge Road just short of Turk Road.

-Manholes #25, 26 and #27

– The lateral connection stubs for residences on the section of main (if any)

-The driller is expected to start at Stony Lane on Monday 9-30

-The crew will move back to Stony Lane when the driller has performed his work and continue on to Woodridge as conditions allow.  

-Continue meeting with residents to identify lateral location and depth

September 20, 2019

In the past week construction installed approx. 200 feet of pipe and set Manhole MH #24 on Pebble Ridge Road at Stony Lane. Significant rock outcroppings have been encountered 4-5 feet above invert (bottom of trench). Erosion and Sedimentation controls were checked to protect the creek from runoff and inlet covers were checked. Meetings with residents in the construction area for lateral location stakes is continuing. Due to the encountering of the blue dense rock at Stony Lane we will be continuing down Pebble Ridge Road while we schedule a driller to come in and drill the rock on Stony Lane and other suspected locations in the work area over the next 6-8 weeks.

In the next 2 weeks weather and conditions permitting we will expect to Install:
– Continue on Pebble Ridge Road from Shady Brook Circle to the end on Pebble Ridge Road just short of Turk Road.
– Manholes #25, 26 and #27
– The lateral connection stubs for residences on the section of main (if any)
– The crew will move back to Stony Lane when the driller has performed his work and continue on to Woodridge as conditions allow.
– The second crew who will begin at the Pump Station on Lower State Road is schedule to start at the end of October

September 6, 2019

In the past week construction installed approx. 300 feet of pipe and set Manhole MH #21 on Pebble Ridge Road between Shady Brook Circle and Stony Lane. Significant rock outcroppings have been encountered 2-4 feet above invert (bottom of trench). Erosion and Sedimentation controls were checked to protect the creek from runoff and inlet covers were checked. Meetings with residents in the construction area for lateral location stakes is continuing. BCWSA and Doylestown Twp. representatives met to coordinate trench paving and roadway restoration as the Township replaces Stormwater pipes in the areas BCWSA has installed sanitary sewer mains.

In the next 2 weeks weather permitting we will expect to Install:

–  Continue on Pebble Ridge Road from Shady Brook Circle onto Stony Lane and continuing on the north side of Woodridge. Approx. 1000 Lf of sewer main

– Manholes #22 and #23

– The lateral connection stubs for residences on the section of main (if any)

-The crew will continue to Woodridge as conditions allow

– Continue meeting with residents to identify lateral location and depth

August 30, 2019 

In the past week construction installed approx. 300 feet of pipe up to and set Manhole MH #20. They installed the remaining lateral tees for the residences on Pebble Ridge Road. Rock was encountered about 1-2 feet above invert (bottom of trench). Erosion and Sedimentation controls were checked to protect the creek from runoff and inlet covers were checked. Letters to the residents who will have lateral tees set in the next 2-4 weeks were sent out on 8-9-19. Additional letters will be sent out next week for the sections we will be installing main for over the next six weeks.

In the next 2 weeks weather permitting we will expect to Install:

– Continue the next leg of Pebble Ridge Road from Shady Brook Circle up to and onto Stony Lane. Approx. 200 Lf of sewer main
– Manholes #21 and #22
– The lateral connection stubs for residences on the section of main (if any)
– The crew will continue to Woodridge as conditions allow
– Continue meeting with residents to identify lateral location and depth

August 23, 2019

In the past week construction installed approx. 600 feet of pipe up to and set Manhole #18 then continued to install main and set Manhole #19 on Pebble Ridge Road. They installed lateral tees for 3 additional residences on Pebble Ridge Road. Rock was encountered about 1-2 feet above invert (bottom of trench). Erosion and Sedimentation controls were checked to protect the creek from runoff and inlet covers were checked. Letters to the residents who will have lateral tees set in the next 2-4 weeks were sent out on 8-9-19.

In the next 2 weeks weather permitting we will expect to Install:

– Continue the approx. 300 linear feet of sewer main up to manhole (#20) on Pebble Ridge Road to complete that leg of the sewer.

– Manhole #20

– The lateral connection stubs for the remaining residents on this leg of Pebble Ridge road.

– The next leg of the trunk line will be started on Pebble Ridge road going up Stony lane to Woodridge.

– Continue meeting with residents to identify lateral location and depth

August 9, 2019

In the past week construction installed approx. 100 feet of pipe from Manhole MH #17 on Pebble Ridge Road. They installed lateral tees for 487 Pebble Crest, 203, 206 and 215 Pebble Ridge Road. Rock was encountered about 1-2 feet above invert (bottom of trench). Erosion and Sedimentation controls were checked to protect the creek from runoff and inlet covers were checked. Letters to the residents who will have lateral tees set in the next 2 – 4 weeks were sent out on 8/9/2019.

In the next 2 weeks, weather permitting, we will expect to Install:

– Continue the approx. 900 linear feet of sewer main up to manhole (#20) on Pebble Ridge Road to complete that leg of the sewer

– Manholes #18, #19,#20

– The lateral connection stubs for residents at 218, 227, 230 Pebble Ridge Road, if rock is mild, additional lateral tees as we progress up Pebble Ridge Road

– Continue meeting with residents to identify lateral location and depth

August 2, 2019

In the past week construction installed approx. 430 feet of pipe from Manhole #15 just short of Manhole #17 and they are digging to install another 70 feet of pipe and set Manhole #17 today. They already installed lateral tee for 191 Pebble Ridge Road. Rock was encountered about 1-2 feet above invert (bottom of trench). Erosion and Sedimentation controls were checked to protect the creek from runoff. Inlet covers were also checked.

In the next 2 weeks with weather permitting we will expect to Install:

– Continue the approx. 1000 linear feet of sewer main up to manhole (#20) on Pebble Ridge Road to complete that leg of the sewer.

–   Manholes #18, #19, #20

–  The lateral connection stubs for residents at 203, 206 Pebble Ridge Road, 487 Pebble Crest and, if rock is mild, additional lateral tees as we progress up Pebble Ridge Road

–  Continue meeting with residents to identify lateral location and depth

July 27, 2019

In the past week construction installed 120 feet of pipe from Manhole #14 to #15 and they are digging to install another 150 feet of pipe and set Manhole #16 today. They installed lateral tees for the reaming Shady Brook Circle homes and installed lateral tees for 165 & 184 Pebble Ridge Road. Minor rock was encountered about 1-2 feet above invert (bottom of trench). This was a short week due to delivery and First Aid / CPR Training. Erosion and Sedimentation controls were checked to protect the creek from runoff and inlet covers were checked.

In the next week weather permitting we will expect to Install:

– Continue the approx. 1000 linear feet of sewer main up to manhole (#17) on Pebble Ridge Road

– Manhole #17

– The lateral connection stubs for residents at 191, 203, 206 Pebble Ridge Road

– Continue meeting with residents to identify lateral location and depth

July 19, 2019

In the past 2 weeks BCWSA has been continuing work from the end of the easement area just outside of the Shady Brook Circle. We continued to encounter significant rock outcroppings causing some minor field adjustments. Severe weather hampered progress on 3 occasions. We installed 2 manholes, 300 linear feet of sewer main out and onto Pebble Ridge road. Erosion and Sedimentation controls were checked to protect the creek from runoff and inlet covers were checked.

In the next  2 weeks weather permitting we will expect to Install:

– Approx. 1000 linear feet of sewer main up to manhole (#17) on Pebble Ridge Road

– Manholes #15, #16 & #17

– The lateral connection stubs for residents at 165, 184, 191, 203, 206 Pebble Ridge Road

– Continue meeting with residents to identify lateral location and depth

June 28, 2019

In the past week BCWSA has been continuing work in the easement area between Almshouse Rd. and Shady Brook Circle. We continue to encounter significant rock outcroppings causing some minor field adjustments. We installed 1 manhole, 150 linear feet of sewer main. Erosion and Sedimentation controls were checked to protect the creek from runoff and inlet covers were checked on Shady Brook Circle.

In the next 2 weeks we will expect to Install:

-Approx. 200 linear feet of sewer main up to manhole (#14) on Shady Brook Circle.
– The lateral connection stubs for remaining residences on Shady Brook Circle.
– Drop back and do the final creek crossing for Militia Hill connection.
– Continue laying sewer main out of Shady Brook onto Pebble Ridge road placing lateral stubs for residences as we pass them.
– Continue meeting with residents to identify lateral location and depth.

June 21, 2019

In the past week BCWSA has been continuing work in the easement area between Almshouse Rd. and Shady Brook Circle. We continue to encounter minor rock outcroppings. We installed 1 manhole, 50 linear feet of sewer main. Due to weather conditions we were only able to work for 3 days this week. Erosion and Sedimentation controls were checked to protect the creek from runoff and inlet covers were set on Shady Brook Circle.

In the next 2 weeks we will expect to Install:

-Approx. 100 linear feet of sewer main up to manhole (#13)
-Last manhole (#13) that resides in the cul-de-sac of Shady Brook Circle
– The lateral connection stub for Residence #164 Shady Brook Circle
– Drop back and do the final creek crossing for Militia Hill connection
– Continue laying sewer main out of Shady Brook onto Pebble Ridge road placing lateral stubs for residences as we pass them

June 14, 2019

In the past week BCWSA has been continuing work in the easement area between Almshouse Rd. and Shady Brook Circle. We continue to encounter minor rock outcroppings. We have installed 1 manhole, 165 linear feet of sewer main and the creek crossing connection for the Militia Hill Rd area customers. Additional Erosion and Sedimentation controls were installed to protect the creek from runoff.

In the next week we will expect to install:

– Last 2 manholes to the roadway of Shady Brook Circle
– Approx. 150 linear feet of sewer main
– The lateral connection stub for Residence #164 Shady Brook Circle

June 7, 2019

In the past week BCWSA has working in the easement area between Almshouse Rd. and Shady Brook Circle. We encountered minor rock outcroppings. We have installed 2 manholes and  322 linear feet of sewer main. Connection stubs for lateral tie ins at 965 and 970 are also complete.

In the next two weeks we will expect to Install:

– 3 manholes up to the roadway of Shady Brook Circle

– 525 linear feet of sewer main

– Bypass equipment to allow us to complete the creek crossing from the easement to Militia Hill Rd.
– The lateral connection stub for Residence #164 Shady Brook Circle

June 4, 2019 

John Butler, Bucks County Water & Sewer Authority COO, presented at the June 4 Board of Supervisors meeting. He spoke about the project timeline and addressed questions and concerns from the public. View the video here!

May 28, 2019

The sewer line installation is continuing. We have crossed over Almshouse Road near Militia Hill Road. We will be working in the easement up to Shady Brook Circle over the next two (2) weeks. Weather permitting.

May 6, 2019 

The drilling of the rock (at the Both property) ended on 4/25 , Construction picked up with the sewer main installation again on Monday 4/29. The rock was able to come out with some hammering involved. By the end of 5/3 construction installed 168 LF. down the driveway. We plan on being at the end of the Both property and moving across Almshouse road in 2 weeks (weather permitting).  We expect the installation rate to increase significantly.

April 12, 2019 

We are working on the driveway portion of the Both property at Almshouse and Militia Hill roads. We are also continuing to raise the grade along the easement off Militia hill road to aide in expediting the pipe installation. We have hit significantly dense rock on the Both property and have to start drilling every one foot on center of the trench so we can break the rock. Currently the rock is destroying the bits we use to break it apart. We expect the drilling to take one to two weeks. We are currently only about 2 weeks off our schedule. Once the drilling is completed we will update the projections of the timing of the work. Some minor design changes are being made to reduce the rock being encountered (based on boring results) and to streamline the pipe work.

April 1, 2019 Last week the Construction crew hammered and grinded the 14 LF x 3’D to get to the location of Manhole #4 . Construction hammered and grinded a 4.5’d x8’ x8’w to get the area where manhole #4 was to be set. Construction set Manhole #4 on 3/28/2019 and installed  18’ to make the connection from Manhole # 3a to Manhole # 4, Crew also back-filled around Manhole #4 and back-filled the open trench between Manhole #3a and Manhole #4. 3/29/2019 crew clean-up remaining material and Haul in 300+ Tons of stone from manhole #4 to Manhole #5.

This Week we anticipate to be in the blue rock for another 30 to 60 ft. we are coming out of it with the test holes that we excavated to see if there was rock in various locations. In the beginning we will be grinding about 2-3’of rock in the trench, but hopefully it will be dropping off as we are coming up with the slope of the pipe. As long as the weather holds out we anticipate crossing Almshouse Rd. in 2 weeks.

February 26, 2019 Rutledge Excavating will be start clearing in the right of way on Thursday, February 28. The clearing will start on Old New Road and work its up to Willow.

February 22, 2019 Due to weather and sewer alignment adjustment approvals from DEP the project has been on hold and the crew sent to do other work. We expect to restart the Pebble Ridge work mid next week (2-27-19). We will update the schedule of milestones once we are underway again. All work is weather permitting.

December 28, 2018 “We have been hitting significant rock in the driveway of the Both Property. We have begun discussing some alternative ways to avoid the rock as it has slowed down the production rate. Coupled with weather we are progressing slowly. We hoped to be across Militia Hill next week but we anticipate the rock issue will push us back 3-4 weeks”

November 2, 2018 “Excavation has begun and we have installed 300 lf of 8” SDR-26 (pipe thickness) and Manholes CV#1 and CV#2.  We have begun to encounter rock which were are ripping out with our machine.

The week of the 5 of November we expect to continue installing pipe as well as manholes CV#3 and CV#4. This run will be a slow moving one as the cut in depth of this line will be approximately 22 feet below street level.  As always the schedule is  weather dependent.”

October 12, 2018 “BCWSA will continue saw cutting on Militia hill rd. the week of 10-15. Due to weather we have not been able to excavate at the interceptor, therefore we will be starting excavation at the easement next to Militia Hill rd. by the week of 10-22 possible sooner if weather permits.”

September 14, 2018 “ Material delivery for the first section (Almshouse and Militia hill roads) has been completed. Pipe installation has been delayed due to creek levels and rain expected next week. We expect to begin installation the week of 9-24-18”


August 24, 2018  Click Here to view the newest press release from BCWSA.


July 27, 2018 Letter from BCWSA.  Click Here to view the letter


*Beginning the week of July 23rd Gilmore and Associates will begin the stake out for the sewer project on those properties that provided easements.

*BCWSA are still on schedule to begin work on the sewer project the beginning of August. They will be starting with clearing along the creek side of the project before moving into the neighborhood.


Pebble Ridge/Woodridge & Vicinity Approved Agreement with BCWSA

October 30, 2017 Click Here to view Resolution No. 1980

Pebble Ridge/Woodridge & Vicinity Final Draft Agreement with BCWSA

Click Here to view the Pebble Ridge/Woodridge Area Sanitary Sewer Construction Agreement

PENNVEST Loan Information

6/6/2018 Township Completes Closing on the PENNVEST Loan.

Click Here to view the attached letter with a tentative schedule and timeline for construction.

Public Water Survey in Pebble Ridge/Woodridge

Click Here to view the Municipal Authority’s letter to residents whose purpose is to gauge the interest in having public water in the surrounding vicinity of the Pebble Ridge/Woodridge neighborhood.

Township Awards Bids and Approves Paperwork for PENNVEST Loan

On April 17, 2018 the Doylestown Township Board of Supervisors approved the bids for the pump station and the clearing and grubbing for the project. Click here for the article. Be advised that BCWSA still has to approve the bids.

Also, the Board approved the required paperwork associated with the PENNVEST loan. We anticipate closing on the loan in late May. We’ll post additional updates as information becomes available.

Low Interest Loan Application Approved

At their meeting on January 31, 2018 the PennVest Board approved the Township’s application for the low interest loan to pay for the costs associated with the construction and installation of the Pebble Ridge/Woodridge Sewer Project. The receipt of funds from PennVest is subject to a formal settlement, which the Township anticipates will occur within the next four to six months.  As indicated during meetings this past summer, the low interest loan interest rates and loan term offered to us by PennVest will be passed along and will be available to residents as part of a loan program offered through BCWSA to pay for each resident’s costs of the public portion of the Project.

In addition, BCWSA’s engineer Gilmore & Associates will be putting out bids for construction of the pump station, as well as clearing for the project. Permits for the project from PennDot, PA DEP and the Bucks County Conservation District are being finalized.

We still anticipate this project getting underway during the summer of 2018.

Ordinances

Click Here to view Ordinance No. 384

Below is the proposed and revised ordinance for consideration on 8/15/17. The Board of Supervisors adopted this ordinance at their meeting on 8/15/17.

Proposed Revised Sewer Ordinance

Below are the responses to questions from residents along with a process flow chart:

Responses to Residents Questions PRWR Sewer Project

Related Past Documents and Materials:

Proposed Ordinance

Easements: On March 3rd, 2015 the Doylestown Township Board of Supervisors authorized the acquisition of the necessary easements for this project.  Once the easements are received, Bucks County Water and Sewer Authority will move forward with the bidding process.

Presentations & Other Information

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