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Service Authority set to begin Willowbrook water main replacement

The Prince William County Service Authority will participate in Woodbridge District Supervisor Frank Principi’s Town Hall Meeting at Potomac View Elementary School to discuss the Service Authority’s upcoming Willowbrook Water Main Replacement Project on May 3.

The project entails the replacement of 1,300 feet of water main inside the Willowbrook subdivision this year, which will improve system reliability and fire protection for the townhome community located off Featherstone Road in Woodbridge. Construction will likely start within 30 days and is scheduled to be completed in approximately six months.

The project is expected to cost less than $800,000 to complete.

The water main currently serving the Willowbrook community is more than 40 years old and has been difficult to rehabilitate thanks to the soil conditions that exist in the area.

“This project is a terrific example of the Service Authority’s ongoing commitment to improving our infrastructure for customers in established, older communities,” said Prince William County Service Authority Engineering and Planning Director Samer Beidas.
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