Washington County 198th Avenue Widening

TVWD is relocating water meters for customers who receive water from underground water mains on SW 198th Avenue and other modifications to our water system as requoired by the road widening project.

Relocating water meters for these customers is required with Washington County's road widening project on SW 198th Avenue. Not all customers living on SW 198th Avenue recieve water from underground water mains along SW 198th Avenue. Only those who need their water meter relocated or have a water service distroption related to the constrction will be contacted directly at this point.

How does this affect me?

198th-July3 Shutoff

Water Service interruption- July 3

Customers in yellow on the map will have a limited water service interruption on July 3. The county's contractor will be performing work on the water system in coordination with the bridge replacement over the creeks.

  • When: Wednesday, July 3
  • Time: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. window for contractors, full use of this time is not expected
  • This service interruption is in addition to water meter relocation required by construction

Water Service Disruptions for Meter Relocation

Water service will be shutoff for about 30-60 minutes to relocate the water meter. Homes will be shutoff and water meters moved one at a time.

How can I stay informed?

Please sign up here to receive email alerts for water service interutions related to the SW 198th Avenue road widening.

Water service-related notifications will be delivered via email, automated phone calls, or by door-hanger.

Complete project details are available here.

What Is the Timeline?

Water meter relocation will start on Wednesday, June 19 and occur in coordination with the project contractor as the project progresses. Water meter relocation scheduling may start and stop based on the contractor's needs and timeline.

Please note that timelines are subject to change due to a variety of factors.

Working Times

Work will occur between the hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Work may periodically occur outside of these times if approved by Washington County.

Updated June 17, 2019