ACTIVITY ALERT:  AlexRenew crews will be collecting soil samples at sites around Alexandria. Learn more.  / EXTENDED! Help name our tunnels by Dec. 1. Learn more.

Have feedback on RiverRenew? We're listening.

Submit your comments by October 25, 2018.

Map showing tunnels in Alexandria

EXTENDED! Help us name our tunnels

October 1, 2018

“Tunnel 1” and “Tunnel 2” don’t have the right ring to them…

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Contractors and Engineers: RSVP for our Industry Outreach Event

September 18, 2018

Engineers and contractors are invited to learn more about RiverRenew on November 13, 2018.

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Have feedback on RiverRenew? We’re listening.

September 17, 2018

Submit your comments by October 25, 2018.

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Map of lane closure area

West Street Temporary Lane Closures

August 30, 2018

Over the next few weeks, we’ll be installing equipment within manholes along West Street to monitor flows in the sewer system.

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Map showing Duke St lane closure

Duke Street temporary lane closures

August 10, 2018

Over the next few weeks, we’ll be conducting site surveys along Duke Street to determine the depth and location of existing utilities below ground.

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Hooffs Run waterway

Join Us: September Listening Sessions and Scoping Meeting / Open House

August 10, 2018

Community members are invited to learn more about RiverRenew and share feedback.

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Map showing boring locations in Alexandria

Boring process underway in Alexandria

July 18, 2018

To help us understand the subsurface soil profile for the design of the infrastructure improvements, we also need to collect soil samples at select locations within the City of Alexandria.

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Photo of AlexRenew employees conducting a site survey

We’re conducting site surveys in your neighborhood

July 10, 2018

We’re currently conducting site surveys in three main areas of Alexandria, near Oronoco Bay Park, South Royal Street (near Jones Point Park), and along Duke Street at the intersection of Daingerfield Road.

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Wet weather program takes a major step to remediate Alexandria’s sewer system to promote healthier waterways

July 2, 2018

We’re excited to announce that Alexandria’s Long Term Control Plan Update outlining an approach to remediate Alexandria’s combined sewer system has been accepted by the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality.

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