The purpose of this notice is to inform you and your neighbors of an upcoming construction project which will improve and rehabilitate the sanitary sewer system in your area. The bid for the 2020 Cove Road Force Main Replacement Project for Tiburon and Belvedere was sent out in April, 2020. Sanitary District No. 5’s Board of Directors has awarded the project to Maggiora & Ghilotti, Inc., and we expect construction to begin in July. The duration of the project will last approximately 16 weeks. Please be assured that construction at or near your property, however, will only occur for a small portion of that time, as the operation moves continually, progressing down the street.

Approximately 2,100 linear feet of 14” HDPE Sewer Force Main will be installed alongside the existing 10” force main sewer pipe serving the City of Belvedere. This additional force main will be installed via the “open-cut” method, which requires a conventional construction trench for the installation of the new pipe. The route of the new sewer force main begins on Cove Road, adjacent to Barn Road, and flows in the direction toward Beach Road. It then goes down Beach Road, toward Juanita Lane, in Tiburon. The force main continues along the entire length of Juanita Lane toward Tiburon Boulevard, where it concludes on Tiburon Boulevard, slightly past the roundabout on Paradise Drive.

The work will involve mechanical digging to install the new sewer force main along the entire route mentioned above. The work areas will be covered with trench-plates and barricaded off. Any paved, concreted, or landscaped areas affected by the project will be restored as practically and nearly as possible to the pre-construction conditions.

Nute Engineering, Inc. will be inspecting the construction of the 2020 Cove Road Force Main Project on behalf of Sanitary District No.5. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Mark Wilson at (415) 453-4480, ext. 208.

The staff of Sanitary District No. 5, Nute Engineers, and Maggiora & Ghilotti, Inc., are committed to giving a high degree of attention toward seeing that our customers – businesses and residents – are minimally inconvenienced during this project, and we appreciate your cooperation.

Sincerest regards,

Tony Rubio, District Manager

Sanitary District No. 5 of Marin County