The existing water main in Wilson, Montana, and Dakota Streets consists of small diameter steel pipe between 50 and 60 years old. Steel water mains make up approximately 10 to 11 miles of the City's water system and are prone to leakage and cause a disproportionate amount of outages compared to newer ductile iron pipe. Replacement of these lines are a priority for the utility and these segments are included on the City’s Comprehensive Water Plan. This project will replace approximately 2,300 linear feet of water main with larger diameter ductile iron pipe. All services and hydrants will be replaced by the project, and a new pressure reducing valve will be installed at the intersection of Wilson and Millerdale.