2013 Lashley Addition Sewage Collection, Treatment and Disposal

Problem Description

The Noble County Engineer requested funding for the design of a sanitary sewer collection, treatment and disposal system for the Lashley Addition on Seneca Lake in Noble County. The Lashley Addition consists of approximately 100 homes and a 25-unit campground, all of which utilize onsite sewage treatment systems. Many of the septic systems in the Lashley Addition are failing and conveying untreated sewage directly into the road ditches and eventually into Seneca Lake.

When completed, this project will eliminate a number of failing septic systems which are discharging into Seneca Lake. The project will improve water quality and address a major public health concern.


Solution Description

The proposed collection system will transport wastewater to a treatment facility where the wastewater will be treated and disposed of in accordance with EPA guidelines. The project will benefit all of the residents in the Lashley Addition as well as users of Seneca Lake. Funding will also aid in the design of a wastewater treatment facility. Design will be completed by the Noble County Engineer's Office.

Grant Funding

Total Project Cost:      $210,000.00
Requested Grant:        $ 85,000.00
Approved Grant:          $ 85,000.00

Location Information

Click here for map Click here for map

Activity Log

This grant was approved by the Board of Directors on March 15, 2013.  This project is ongoing.

Visit our Engineering page