In 1997, the Town of Grand Chute created Sanitary
District #3 to address stormwater management issues throughout
the Town of Grand Chute. The purpose of the district is to:
Sanitary District #3 maintains over 25 miles of storm sewer. It
also helps clean out waterways that have silted up over the years
and impede the natural flow of stormwater. The biggest project
undertaken by Sanitary District #3 was the construction of a
stormwater detention pond along USH 41 just south of Fox Valley
Technical College. This pond holds 420 acre-feet of stormwater that
might otherwise go downstream during the peak of a storm event.
Sanitary District #3 funds are also used to modernize storm
sewer systems. New developments in urbanized areas are required to
install curb, gutter, and storm sewer. In certain areas, streets
have been retrofitted with curb and gutter to replace old ditches.
As streets are scheduled for improvement, Sanitary District #3 will
consider urbanizing the street with curb, gutter, and storm sewer.
Sanitary District #3 funds are used to keep special assessment
charges to a minimum so that the cost of storm sewer does not
become a financial burden for residents and businesses.
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