The Four Mile Drive Water Transmission Main Project is the highest priority project identified in the Water Facility Plan Update for the Upper Pressure Zone. At completion, the project will add redundancy to the Upper Pressure Zone, mitigate pressure fluctuations, decrease head losses, decrease tank turnover times in Sheepherder Tank, increase Firm Capacity and increase water storage during the peak flow time of Summer and Fall irrigation. The project consists of approximately 3 miles of 18” C900 PVC water transmission main, including 3 directional drills under wetland areas and state highway. The project starts on 3 Mile Drive near Spring Creek Estates, heads west along 3 Mile Drive to West Spring Creek, then north along West Spring Creek to Farm to Market, continuing North to Four Mile Drive. The transmission main continues east along 4 Mile Drive to Stillwater Road, where it turns north and parallels Stillwater Road until it terminates with a connection to the existing 14” transmission line in Timberwolf Parkway. The contractor has now completed the underground construction on the project. In the coming weeks, the contractor will begin pressure testing and disinfection of the newly constructed transmission main as well as completion of remaining landscaping and surfacing restoration.