The Indian Valley Community Services District finished water line extensions on Main Street in downtown Greenville at the end of October.
“We are excited to share that it will allow us to pick up new water customers, and more importantly provide a new fire hydrant at 830 Main St.,” said IVCSD Office Manager Jeff Titcomb.
The extension is considered “a major improvement to the Greenville water system and is quite an investment in crucial infrastructure for the district and the Indian Valley Fire Department’s ability to fight fire,” according to the IVCSD.
Additional projects are being planned for other areas in Greenville and the ICSD will announce those in advance so that residents will be aware and be able to plan for traffic delays.
This is “one more way that the district strives to improve the lives of the constituents of Indian Valley by providing water and wastewater services to the community, along with new hydrants for fire protection and lower insurance costs,” noted Titcomb.
The IVCSD thanks residents for their patience during the construction phase of the project.