Blocked Sewer Line Could Cause Traffic Snarls in Lansbrook
Traffic is expected to be affected over the weekend, Pinellas County officials said.
NORTH PINELLAS COUNTY – Crews from the Pinellas County utilities department are currently a bypass of a blocked sewer line at the intersection of Lansbrook Parkway and Tarpon Lake Boulevard in the Lansbrook neighborhood east of East Lake Road S.
Residents and drivers in the area are advised to enter and exit the Lansbrook neighborhood and other adjacent neighborhoods by way of Village Center Drive or the southern end of Tarpon Lake Boulevard, both which intersect East Lake Road S.
The bypass of the gravity line will enable crews to inspect the line to determine the appropriate repair. The bypass—a temporary pipe—will be installed over the roadway and will require that the four-lane Lansbrook Parkway be reduced down to two lanes at the intersection of Lansbrook Parkway and Tarpon Lake Boulevard. Residents and travelers should expect traffic in the area to be impacted over the weekend.
Crews detected the problem through routine inspection and cleaning overnight and were able to stage tanker trucks early this morning to prevent any potential spills of sanitary sewage.
Customers who experience any issues with their service should call Pinellas County utilities customer service at (727) 464-4000.
Pinellas County Utilities will provide updates, as needed, at pinellascounty.org.
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