top of page
13513 54th ave sewer crossbore (6) crop.jpg

Contact Us

10th Drive SE Water and Sewer Improvements

  • Scope – the District will be replacing 5,000 feet of old cast iron water main on 10th Drive SE with an upsized ductile main, and installing 2,400 feet of new sewer main along portions of the route where it is cost effective to do so

  • Total estimated project cost – $6 million, partially funded by a $2 million low interest loan from the State Public Works Assistance Account

  • Construction schedule – Work will begin in early 2024 and will take approximately nine months to complete

Lift Station Improvements

A lift station is a pumping facility that moves wastewater from lower elevations to higher elevations. Incorporating lift stations at certain points in a gravity pipeline system is integral to moving sewage to a wastewater treatment plant efficiently and cost-effectively.

 

Silver Lake currently has has 21 sewer lift stations in our wastewater system, several of which are 20 – 30 years old, and coming to the end of their service life with similar maintenance issues. In response, the District is planning to rehabilitate several of these existing lift stations over the next two to three years, and bring another three new lift stations online soon. 

 

Below is a summary of each lift station project’s scope, cost, and timeline. If you have questions about these or any of our other projects, give us a call at (425) 337-3647.

Lift Station Map 2023 - Updated.png
LS4 Location Map.png

Lift Station No. 4 Improvements

  • Scope – Replace the original generator for backup power, along with electrical controls and new canopy for weather protection.

  • Total estimated project cost – $600,000

  • Construction schedule – Spring 2023 pending generator delivery

Pioneer Trails Lift Station Replacement

  • Scope – Replace an existing station with three submersible pumps, increased capacity, a new backup generator, and electrical control building. The existing 35-foot deep wet well will be converted to overflow storage.  

  • Total estimated project cost – $4.1 million

  • Construction schedule – Begin 2023, completion in 2024

Pioneer Trails Lift Station.jpg
Lowell Larimer Pump Station.jpg

Larimer 1 Lift Station Replacement

  • Scope – Replace an existing station with submersible pumps, a new backup generator, and electrical control building. The existing wet well will be converted to overflow storage.  

  • Total estimated project cost – $2.8 million

  • Construction schedule – 2024 to 2025

Highlands East Lift Station Rehabilitation

  • Scope – Rehabilitate an existing lift station to accommodate increased flow from new upstream developments. Scope is still TBD but may include replacement of motors and pumps, rehabilitating the wet well, new electrical controls, and site improvements.

  • Total estimated project cost – $1.5 million

  • Construction schedule – 2024 to 2025

Highlands East Lift Station.jpg
bottom of page