- Consult the city engineer for location and installation guidance,
- Use a written agreement between the property owner and the city, and
- Work with the City Attorney to develop a policy and an agreement defining when, where, and how they can be used and who is responsible for them after installation.
- The number and severity of sanitary sewer backups that have occurred at the property.
- The cause of the sewer back up and the location of any blockages.
- The type of building and contents of the building located on the property.
- Pending sanitary sewer system improvements that would improve service to the property.
- Sanitary sewer system improvements that have already taken place to improve service to the property.
- Before a check valve will be provided, both the City and the property owner must enter into an agreement regarding the purchase, installation and follow up care for a check valve.
1.The City will provide a sewer backflow check valve for the property located at ____________________________________ (the “Property”).
2.The City will install or arrange for the installation of the sewer backflow check valve at the Property.