Baker's Crossing - Pressure Sewer Relocation

General Information

Welcome to the Baker's Crossing - Pressure Sewer Relocation Project.  This page contains updates, contact information, documents, and answers to frequently asked questions about this project. 

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Project Overview

What is the scope of this project?

This project involves the reconstruction and rerouting of the existing pressure sewer carrying municipal wastewater from Enfield.  The existing pressure sewer currently passes under the Mascoma River at 15 Riverside Drive and then follows the north side of the Mascoma River, passes under Blodgett Brook, to Bank Street Extension.  The existing ductile iron pressure sewer in this location has corroded over time and experienced a failure.  The new PVC pressure sewer will be rerouted along Riverside Drive to the Packard Bridge, hung from the bottom of the bridge, and reconnected to the existing pressure sewer in Bank Street Extension.

How long is this going to take?

The design of the project will be completed in January 2024.  The project will be out for bids in February 2024.  Construction is scheduled to be completed in the spring of 2024.

Which streets are involved?

Streets involved/impacted are:

  • Riverside Drive
  • Hardy Hill Road
  • Bank Street Extension

How will people be affected?

People will experience traffic delays during construction. The Packard Bridge may be closed to through traffic for a few days and a detour may be necessary.  The City will notify City residents of anticipated traffic impacts through LebAlerts.

How will I know what is happening?

We strongly encourage you to subscribe to receive alerts via email or text through our LebAlert service at  Periodic project updates will be posted to this project page, as well as sent to subscribers.

  1. Public Works Department

  2. Rod Finley

    Rodrick Finley, PE

    City Engineer