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​Section of sewer line on Enterprise Drive on bypass system​

Toho Water Authority has placed a section of a sewer line located near the intersection of Enterprise Drive and Cranmoor Drive on a bypass system (please see map​). This is due to repairs needed on the existing sewer line in the area. 

A timeline for the repairs will be issued once the assessment has been completed. 

Schedules could vary according to weather and other unforeseen circumstances.

Any updates will be posted on this page.

  • Trucks, machinery and equipment
  • Noise (noise reduction system is in place)
  • If you see a potentially unsafe situation or equipment that requires attention, please contact Toho’s Customer Service Department immediately at 407-944-5000. 
  • Keep children away from the work site to avoid accidents. 
  • If you become aware of a public safety emergency, please call 911 immediately. 
  • Please call Toho Water Authority’s Customer Service Department if you need any additional information at (407) 944-5000. 

Update February 11, 2020

Toho Water Authority is announcing that the sewer line repair project is currently underway near the intersection of Enterprise Dr. and Cranmoor Dr. (please see map​). The repair is expected to be completed by the beginning of March 2020.​ The bypass system will be removed once the project is completed. 

Schedules could vary according to weather and other unforeseen circumstances

Temporary lane closures may occur during restoration efforts. An update will be provided should this occur.  

Signage is in place to keep the traveling public informed of the project. Motorists are urged to use caution when approaching these areas, as workers will be present and speed limits may be reduced in certain areas.​