The MWSD Engineering Department provides assistance in determining availability and cost for service in new areas. Please contact Valerie Smith for more information.
New construction - New construction may entail connection fees, which are site and use dependent. Please contact Valerie Smith for more information.
Industrial customers - Steve Huffman is the primary contact for existing and potential industrial customers.
Volume I - Wastewater Facilities Plan, 2002 Revision, Volume 1, Wastewater Collection System, January 2002Exhibit 3.1 - Existing Collection System and Monitoring BasinsExhibit 5.1 - Existing Planning Areas, City Limits & Urban Growth BoundaryExhibit 5.2 - Existing City ZoningExhibit 5.3 - Sanitary Sewer BasinsExhibit 8.1 - Proposed Short Range System ImprovementsExhibit 8.2 - Proposed Medium Range System ImprovementsExhibit 8.3 - Proposed Long Range System ImprovementsExhibit 8.4 - Proposed Collection System Improvements
Volume II - Wastewater Facilities Plan, 2002 Revision, Volume 2, Wastewater Treatment and Disposal Systems - January 2002Exhibit 7.1 - Proposed Wastewater Treatment Plant ExpansionExhibit 7.2 - Proposed Effluent Line Routing A AlternativesExhibit 7.3 - Proposed Reuse Distribution systemExhibit 7.4 - Proposed Advanced Treatment Wastewater Plant
The Murfreesboro Water and Sewer Board and Murfreesboro City Council has adopted the Water and Sewer Department’s Policies, Procedures and General Design Requirements manual. These policies and procedures were put out for public comment to stakeholders in January of 2009. All comments were acknowledged, and the majority were incorporated into the manual.
The main goals of this manual are the following:
Any questions regarding the contents of MWSD’s Policies, Procedures and General Design Requirements can be directed to Darren Gore or Valerie Smith at 615-848-3200.
The Murfreesboro Water and Sewer Department maintains a 201 Wastewater Facilities Plan for sanitary sewer. This plan defines the overall planned sewer service area for the Publicly Owned Treatment Works (POTW) owned and operated by the City of Murfreesboro. Some service areas (sub-basins, for example) have been studied to a finer level of detail through a Sub-basin Area Master Plan (SAMP).
This additional, more specific plan allows the department to determine the optimal routing for major trunk gravity sewer mains, force main alignments and placement of regional and sub-regional pumping stations. These detailed studies use the hydraulic assumptions as provided in the 201 Wastewater Facilities Plan.