Pasadena Force Main Project Virtual Public Meeting

St. Petersburg, Fla.- The City of St. Petersburg Engineering & Capital Improvements Department is planning to construct the replacement of the existing 36-inch diameter wastewater transmission force main pipe that transfers wastewater from the Pasadena Master Pump Station located at 6901 Park Circle S. to the Northwest Water Reclamation Facility located at 7500 26th Ave. N.

The construction phase is anticipated to begin in the Spring of 2021. Once the transmission force main is constructed, the project corridor will be restored to original conditions and the roads will be repaved.

The City will be hosting a virtual public meeting to share information on the upcoming project.

Virtual Public Outreach Meeting #1

Wednesday, Sept. 23 at 6:30 p.m.

Webinar Link:

Dial-In Phone Numbers:

  • +1 646 876 9923
  • +1 301 715 8592
  • +1 312 626 6799
  • +1 669 900 6833
  • +1 253 215 8782
  • +1 346 248 7799

Webinar ID: 927 4357 0327

The work will be within the existing public rights-of-way along 71st St. N.

(1st Ave. S. to 5th Ave. N.), along 5th Ave. N. (71st to 72nd St.), and along 72nd St. N. (5th to 8th Ave.). The work will consist of constructing the 36-inch diameter force main pipe and associated accessories, and restoration will include repaving the roads. The Phase III project will complete the replacement of this wastewater transmission force main.

The City has made efforts to minimize the potential for traffic disruptions and unnecessary inconveniences during the construction phase of this project.

However, due to the location of new and existing underground utilities, it will be necessary to temporarily close traffic lanes and detour traffic for limited periods of time. The contractor will be required to maintain access to businesses and residences affected by these construction activities.

More information can be found at

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