MSD-CSO Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
Luick North - Before & After
Luick South - Before & After
Ribble Middle - Before & After
Ribble South - Before & After
New Bus Stop - Before & After
New Loop Road - Before & After

Muncie CSO-001 Sewer Separation Project

Muncie, IN (August 11, 2016) — The Muncie Sanitary District hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for the Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO)-001 Sewer Separation project that provided many enhancements to the Historic Highland Park Neighborhood. The United Consulting, Rundell Ernstberger Associates, and Bowen Engineering team provided expertise and talent to create a functional and aesthetic project which included sustainable features such as a trailhead with parking; Cardinal Greenway connection; river access; and a stormwater wetland.

Overall Project Components:

  • 3,080 linear feet of 12-inch to 18-inch storm sewer
  • 12 storm manholes and 14 inlets and interconnecting piping to separate stormwater flow from sanitary flow and eliminate a combined sewer overflow (CSO-001)
  • 285 linear feet of eight-inch sanitary sewer
  • New stormwater wetland for detention/treatment of stormwater prior to discharging to the White River
  • New connector road (Seymour Street) to create loop between Ribble Avenue and Luick Avenue
  • New curb, sidewalk, and driveway aprons
  • New bus stop at Ribble Avenue and Burlington Avenue with historical sign
  • Milling and resurfacing of Ribble and Luick Avenues
  • Trailhead and non-motorized trail connection to the Cardinal Greenway
  • White River access trail

Sustainable Features