UPDATE: May 22, 2020 – Moorland and Valley pump station has been fully restored since the issuance of this release. Emerson pump station has been partially restored, so residents in this sewer service area many resume water use, but are cautioned that until flooding subsides sewers may be sluggish due to higher flow levels.
May 20, 2020 – Some areas of the City of Midland are currently experiencing a temporary disruption in sanitary sewer service as a result of ongoing flooding conditions in the city.
Five (5) sanitary sewer pump stations operated by the City of Midland Wastewater Treatment Plant have been overtaken by flood waters at this time. These pump stations are:
A map showing the locations of these pump stations and their service areas can be found at www.cityofmidlandmi.gov/seweroutage.
Please be advised that residents within these service areas may receive sewer back-ups containing both storm water and sanitary wastewater. Residents in these areas must evacuate and will not be able to return to their homes until service at the stations has been restored. The City anticipates that pumps will return to service within a short period, following a thorough inspection of the pump stations’ conditions, after flood waters near the stations subside.
The City of Midland Wastewater Treatment Plant remains fully staffed and operational at this time.
For more information, please contact the City of Midland Wastewater Treatment Plant at 989-837-3500.