News and Events
Community Recycling Day - April 8, 2017
Greenway Booth at Farm Fresh Market - April 22, 2017
City of Raleigh Water Line Replacements Project
Moffat Pipe, Inc. has been hired to construct the Town of Zebulon Water Line Replacements Project. MPI plans to being construction on or around March 1st, 2017 in the E. Glenn Street and Poplar Street area of town. The work will take approximately 270 days to complete. MPI will be replacing the existin water mains along the following streets: E. McIver Street, Derby Place, Poplar Street, Leeds Place, N. Gill Street, Cemetary Road, Gordon Street, W. Gannon Avenue, Stratford Drive, E. Glenn Street, and Alley Way. As construction progresses to the other areas of the town MPI will give notifications approximately seven days before moving to the next street area. For a map of the work areas, click here. For questions, please contact Jason Richardson at 919-795-0375.
City of Raleigh Water Main Replacement Project
City of Raleigh has hired Moffat Pipe, Inc. to install a new 6" ductile iron water line from N. Arendell Avenue along E. Glenn Street to Shepard School Road. As part of this project, the existing 6" cast iron pipe will be removed. Moffat will be mobilizing on January 2nd and begin installation on January 3rd. The project is expected to be complete within 2 months. Please use caution while travelling in this area as crews will be working in the street. Please direct any questions to Jason Richardson with CORPUD at 919-795-0375 or Mark Pearson with Moffat at 919-422-7661. Project Area Map
City of Raleigh Water Line Extension Project to Affect Zebulon Traffic
On Monday, December 5th, the City of Raleigh Public Utilities will start construction to extend a 12 inch water line on Mack Todd Road and West Gannon Avenue. There will be some traffic lane shifts at times during construction; however, two-way traffic will be maintained. The work is expected to be completed within 3 to 4 months. This project is one of the city's Capital Improvement Projects. Customers in this area should not experience any significant interruption of water service. When limited interruptions are necessary, residents will be notified in advance. For a map of the work area, click here. For questions, please contact Jason Richardson at 919-795-0375.
Sewer Easements Explained
City of Raleigh Public Utilities Department (CORPUD) recently sent a brochure in the utility bill which explains sewer easements and how they are utilized and serviced by CORPUD. To view the entire brochure, click here.
N. Arendell Avenue Access and Operational Improvements Project
Town of Zebulon has hired Volkert, Inc. and Summit Design and Engineering Services to design the following operational improvements to the Arendell Avenue corridor:
- Dual left turns from southbound Pearces Road onto eastbound Arendell Avenue
- Signal modifications to allow more time for left-turning vehicles
- 400' of additional lane on the south side of Arendell Avenue
- Construction of median for safer access movements
- New sidewalks along Arendell Avenue
- Roadway improvements on Jones Street, Hendricks Drive, and a new service road behind Eddins Oil
The geotechnical surveying has been completed for the Paving Analysis Report. The Town completed and received approval to NCDOT Programmatic Categorical Exclusion (PCE) on March 20, 2017. Based on this report, NCDOT has requested a Geo-Environmental Phase I Assessment. The requirement is due to the project proximity to multiple gas stations with underground storage.
Submittal on April 5, 2017 to include:
- 65% design drawings and cost estimates
- Hydraulic Analysis for Stormwater
- Signal Warrant Analysis at Hendricks and Arendell
- Lighting Design for Arendell Avenue
- Completion of Geo-Environmental Report - Phase I & II
- Subsurface Survey for existing utilities for Potential Conflicts
- Right of Way (ROW) Acquisition
- Incorporation of NCDOT 65% Comments
- Complete Lighting Design for Local Streets
- Final Design (100%) Submittal to NCDOT
- Concurrence of Award by NCDOT
- Construction - 9 months
- Project Closeout
Public meetings will be held for the 100% design phases. If you have any questions regarding this project, please call Public Works at 919-269-5285 or Planning at 919-823-1810.
Stormwater Volunteers Needed
Look for "Mr. Drip" and upcoming opportunities to protect our stormwater system. Zebulon Public Works is seeking citizen volunteers to participate in Stormwater Management activities. Anyone wishing to volunteer for a citizens stormwater group may contact Zebulon Public Works at 919-269-5285.
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