Mission Trunk Sewer Project

Mission Trunk Sewer Project

Overview

The Sacramento Area Sewer District (SASD) has completed all major work on the Mission Trunk Sewer Project, which has returned a critical stretch of sewer pipe to optimal operating performance, thereby ensuring continued reliable sewer service for the community.

The Mission Trunk sewer generally follows the Mission Avenue corridor, beginning upstream near American River College and ending downstream near the American River.

The project was done in three phases (see Overview Map), with completion in March 2021. Final paving activities are currently underway.

During this time of the COVID-19 pandemic, please be assured construction crews are taking all necessary precautions to keep themselves and the community safe. We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we work to complete this essential project for the Sacramento region.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Mission Trunk Sewer Project FAQs

Phase-Specific Info

  • Phase 1 - Mission Ave./Arden Way to American River
  • Phase 2 - Winding Way to Pasadena Ave.
  • Phase 3 - Mission Ave. from El Camino to Bowerwood Dr.

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Questions?

For questions, please call the project hotline at 916-876-SASD (7273).

Community Updates

SASD will continue to keep the community informed through updates on this website, direct mailings, NextDoor announcements, and updates via Supervisor Peters’ monthly e-mails.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Mission Trunk Sewer Project

What is the Mission Trunk?

The Mission Trunk is a critical sewer line that collects wastewater from smaller collection pipes in SASD’s northeast service area, which includes Citrus Heights, Carmichael, Fair Oaks, and Orangevale. The trunk was constructed in 1962-1963 and consists of 6.5 miles of reinforced concrete pipe ranging in size from 36 to 75 inches in diameter. 

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