Austin Water’s Oltorf Street Reclaimed Water Main Project is currently in the design phase. The project will build a new water main to deliver reclaimed water to customers for non-potable uses such as irrigation, toilet flushing and industrial uses.
The project, which consists of two parallel phases, will include 9,300 ft. of 24” and 4,300 ft. of 30" reclaimed water main. The project will start at the E Oltorf St and Alvin Devane Blvd intersection and run west along E Oltorf St. to Parker Ln. It will then head north until Mariposa Dr and turn west; the project continues across I-35 and into the Travis Heights neighborhood. The project terminates at the Fairmount Ave and Travis Heights Blvd intersection. It is an essential project in securing a looped reclaimed water supply.