To provide safe, high quality drinking water and natural gas, the District must maintain a reliable infrastructure system. M.U.D. began charging natural gas and water infrastructure fees in 2008 to replace aging gas and water mains.
Whenever possible, projects are done in conjunction with road or redevelopment projects or the City of Omaha’s combined sewer separation work to save money and minimize inconvenience to customers.
Click on the Project Number in the map area to see a pop-up box with more information for each project.
To see the 2020 Infrastructure Update, check out the recent bill insert.
For questions to the City of Omaha, Clean Solutions for Omaha, visit their website.
Please note: The following start and end dates are tentative and are subject to change due to weather or other unforeseen circumstances.