Here are the latest drone images for Woodburn’s WWTP construction progress. March 1, 2019 February 22, 2019 January 3, 2019 December 11, 2018 November 29th, 2018 After over 2 years of planning and research The City of Woodburn approved a $7.6M upgrade to our aging wastewater treatment facility. This facility has the capacity to handle enormous growth in Industrial, retail and residential users for decades to come. With future plans to enhance the facility with solar power, we are committed to ensuring that Woodburn is set up to prosper for many years to come. The City of Woodburn currently operates a Class I-SP treatment facility. The treatment facility is a flow-through waste stabilization lagoon with controlled discharge capabilities. The facility is a 4.00 MDG discharge with chlorination/de-chlorination capabilities. The collection system is 100% separated sanitary sewer by design with one overflow point into the Marsh Ditch. Sump pumps: Illegally connected sump pumps is one of the biggest contributors to high volume influent water entering the sewer treatment facility. If your sump pump is connected to the sanitary sewer line, you are asked to disconnect it from the sanitary line and either discharge it to the ground or connect it to a storm line. If you do not know whether or not you are connected to the sanitary or the storm line, please contact the Superintendent, Ryan Walls, at 260-450-2410 to schedule an inspection. Note: the City has no interest in ‘busting’ residents, we only wish to make sure that these activities cease as much as possible going forward.