Parker Sewer Services

Installation and Maintenance

Installation and Maintenance

Manhole A sewer manhole is a hole, either in the road or in an easement, that gives sewer employees an access point to clean, televise and otherwise inspect the sewer mainlines. These holes are covered with a manhole lid. Although the only part of the manhole that is visible is the lid, there are a

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Services Not Offered

The following are services that are NOT offered by Parker Sewer District. Septic Tank Pumping Service Line Cleaning Service Line Repair Other Private Property Sewer Issues (such as wastewater drainage within or under the house) In most of these cases, you will need to call a plumber. To see a list of plumbers that frequently

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Locate Services

Locate Services

Tap locates Every building that has sewer service is connected to the sewer main line by a sewer tap. When doing work on a property, it can useful to know the location of that tap and the actual line connecting the building to the sewer system. For a $50 fee, the District will locate the

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Sewer System and Evaluation Survey

Sewer System and Evaluation Survey

Main line televising Parker conducts televised inspections of the sewer lines by using a small motorized vehicle with a high powered camera to see what condition pipes are in. Our crews are trained to conduct a Pipeline Assessment Certification Program inspection. This inspection information is turned over to our engineer who uses it to determine which lines need

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Installation and Maintenance

Installation and Maintenance

Manhole A sewer manhole gives sewer employees access to clean, televise, and otherwise inspect the sewer. As part of operations and maintenance, and rehabilitation, Parker District often installs, replaces, and repairs manholes.             Mainline Parker Sewer Department has more than 260 miles of sewer mainline. We have two different types of mainline:

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