Water Outage Notification: Rock Springs Road East Area (Wednesday, April 26)

As part of the city’s program to modernize our existing infrastructure, construction crews will be installing new sanitary sewer connections along Rock Springs Road on Wednesday, April 26 between the hours of 8:00 am and 5:00 pm.  In order to protect existing waterlines in this area, water service will be temporarily disrupted for customers along the following streets:  185-375 Rock Springs Road, Hilton Street, Hickory Tree Drive, Rippling Run, Pioneer Haven Lane, Running Deer Trail, White Hawk Way, Chio Way, Leaf Point, Woodleaf Lane, and Springleaf Court.

During times of water service disruption, we recommend that customers make any necessary precautions to protect their water system (such as turning off their water heater).  If you have any questions, please contact the city’s project manager, Hank Clabaugh at (423) 229-9475.

Rock Springs Rd East Area Map

Utility Improvements Continue in Colonial Heights

The City of Kingsport will continue water, sewer, stormwater, and road improvements in the Colonial Heights area for the next 10 months. Sanitary sewer installation work will begin on Monday, March 13, and continue through December. The current focus area of this work will be the area bordered by Meadow Lane, Lebanon Road, Chesterfield Drive, Fort Henry Drive, Green Hills Drive, Tall Oaks Court, and Interstate 81.

East Tennessee Turf and Landscape will be the contractor performing this work for the city. The construction zones will be marked by signs and directed by flaggers – when required.  Drivers are asked to use caution in the area during this time.

If you have any questions, please contact Hank Clabaugh with the City of Kingsport Engineering Division at 229-9324 or hankclabaugh@kingsporttn.gov. Thanks for your cooperation during this improvement process.

Road Improvements: Enterprise Place

The city of Kingsport will begin roadway improvements on Enterprise Place beginning on Monday, February 7.  It is expected that the work will be complete early June.

King General Contractors will be the contractor performing this work for the city. The construction zones and detours (where applicable) will be marked by signs, and flaggers will be directing traffic.  Drivers are asked to use caution in the area during this time.

If you have any questions, please contact Hank Clabaugh with the city of Kingsport Engineering Division at 423-229-9324 or hankclabaugh@kingsporttn.gov. Thanks for your cooperation during this improvement process.