Palm Bay Citywide Sewer System Inspection To Begin Dec. 4, Expected to Last Six Months

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City's contractor is RedZone Robotics

A 6-month project to inspect the City of Palm Bay’s gravity sewer system will begin on December 4.

BREVARD COUNTY • PALM BAY, FLORIDA – A six-month project to inspect the City of Palm Bay’s gravity sewer system will begin on December 4.

The City’s contractor, RedZone Robotics, will begin inspections in the northeast area of Palm Bay by University Boulevard and US 1.

The inspection work will begin southward, staying east of Lipscomb and Clearmont Streets, and will end north of Port Malabar Boulevard until all inspections have been completed.

During the project, inspectors with RedZone Robotics will be opening manhole covers to inspect the sewer lines.

These inspectors will have letters showing that they are authorized to be opening and inspecting the city’s manholes.

If you have any questions about this project or their activities, please call Bob Hinkel, City of Palm Bay Utilities Operations Division Manager, at 321-952-3499.

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