Posted on: September 19, 2017


UPDATED 11.14.17 -

Crews will begin video and cleaning work in the NE portion of Lansing on Wed., Nov. 15. Work will not occur on weekends, and should be completed in this portion of the City by Thanksgiving. Here is a map of the streets/neighborhoods affected (purple shading.)

UPDATED 11.6.17 -

Crews will begin cleaning and video recording sanitary sewers on Tues., Nov. 7 in neighborhoods south of the Lansing Correctional Facility. Please note entire neighborhoods will not be done at this time. MAP.

UPDATED 11.2.17 -

Crews will be finishing up today on:

The area from Bittersweet Ln. east to Carriage Crossing

Brookwood St. south to Ida St. 

Beginning Fri., Nov. 3, crews will begin work on Englewood St (up to 809), N. Ethel Ln., Daisy St., Gilbert St., Ferncliff, and Brookridge (North of Ida).

UPDATED 10.27.17 -

Crews completed work this week on:

Holiday Drive (300 block and higher)

Caraway Place

Fairlane Street (except 200 block west to Valley)

Valley Drive (North of Fairlane)

Glen Court

Holiday Terrace

Holiday Plaza

Crews will finish up Fairlane and Holiday Drive on Mon., Oct. 30, weather permitting. A manhole lid is stuck in the frame, so city crews will have to remove it to gain access to a central manhole on Fairlane/Holiday Drive intersection.

Click here for a map of where crews will be headed next. Door hangers were placed on affected residences on 10.25 and 10.26.

UPDATED 10.20.17 -

The following locations are where cleaning/video is complete...

Merion St.
Pebble Beach Dr.
Oakmont Dr.
Meadow Ln.
Woodland Rd. - 120 block and higher
Karen Ln.
Highland Rd.

Crews will finish the 100 block of Woodland, Crestview Terrace, and Elmwood on Monday, weather permitting. They will then move south into Valley/Holiday/Fairlane.

Crews will not be working Saturday.

You can click on this link for a map. Work started on the north side and continues to move south.

The city of Lansing will tentatively begin cleaning and recording video of sanitary sewer facilities in several neighborhoods on Tues., Oct. 10, 2017.

Contractor Hydro-Klean, Inc. will clean and inspect the City’s affected sewer mains. Bright green door hangers will be placed on front doors before work begins.  Maps on the City’s website, www.lansing.ks.us, will be updated with the approximate dates when work will be occurring in specific neighborhoods. Work will occur Mon. – Fri., 7 a.m. – 4 p.m.  City employees or contractors will not need to enter residences at any time. (Map links: http://www.lansing.ks.us/DocumentCenter/Index/292)

It is important that affected residents prepare plumbing fixtures.  Sometimes hydraulic cleaning equipment will push air up through some plumbing fixtures in your home, and might cause an unexpected discharge of water from private service lines up through drains, toilets, and other plumbing fixtures. 

Prior to the work, residents should:

  • Flush all toilets and lay a towel across the top of the seat;
  • Close the lids on all toilets;
  • Run water in each plumbing fixture for 15 seconds (to ensure water is in your P trap);
  • Cover floor drains with a towel and paint can, or an empty 5 gallon bucket.

Occasionally, after the maintenance has been completed, cleaning the lines will remove all water from the traps and may result in an odor coming from the drains or plumbing fixtures.  To flush the odor away, simply run water in the drain for 15 seconds, or flush the toilet.

For more information, contact the Wastewater Utility Department at 913-727-2206. 

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