Septic to Sewer Construction Project Weekly Updates

Sweetwater West Construction Update
February 25, 2024
 
Work will be ongoing Monday through Friday. Sod installation is still wrapping up. The watering truck continues to water the new sod. Please remember to water your new sod. Sod typically takes 30 days to establish. Also, repairs as required are in process. Shrub and hardscape restoration continues.

If you have a high water bill resulting from a break due to construction, please reach out to me for an Orange County Utilities Leak Adjustment form. As there was an unexpected delay in the installation of the requested irrigation meters, impacted customers will receive a credit on their account for the estimated usage during this delay. The credit will be calculated based on a three-month average consumption utilizing the new irrigation meter. Irrigation repairs by an irrigation specialist will not be reimbursed.

OCPS SCHOOL BUS ROUTE: Orange County Public Schools Transportation has designated one stop in the community at the corner of Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Sweetwater West Circle. To allow for school bus movement and visibility, please do not park near the bus stop. If needed the OCPS Transportation Area Manager Denise Delapaz in Apopka may be contacted at 407-884-2208 IP 5003210 or  denise.delapaz@ocps.net

This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked to use caution near construction areas and understand that weather or other unforeseen conditions could affect this schedule.

For concerns or questions, please contact Lisa Mark at 321-917-1716 or Lisa.Mark@QCAusa.com. Thank you!
 
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
February 11, 2024
 
Work will be ongoing Monday through Friday. Paving is expected to take place throughout the neighborhood. Residents do not need to clean up the millings left after paving. The paving debris will be cleaned up by the construction crew.

Sod installation is still wrapping up. The watering truck continues to water the new sod.  Please remember to water your new sod. Sod typically takes 30 days to establish. Also, repairs as required are in process. Shrub and hardscape restoration has begun by addressing the oldest requests first. 

If you have a broken irrigation pipe, sprinkler head, or landscape/hardscape damage due to construction, please contact me and I will notify the contractor. Please feel free to follow up on the repair progress. Irrigation repairs by an irrigation specialist will not be reimbursed. If you have a high water bill resulting from a break due to construction, please reach out to me for an Orange County Utilities Leak Adjustment form.

As there was an unexpected delay in the installation of the requested irrigation meters, impacted customers will receive a credit on their account for the estimated usage during this delay. The credit will be calculated based on a three-month average consumption utilizing the new irrigation meter.

OCPS SCHOOL BUS ROUTE: Orange County Public Schools Transportation has designated one stop in the community at the corner of Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Sweetwater West Circle. To allow for school bus movement and visibility, please do not park near the bus stop. If needed the OCPS Transportation Area Manager Denise Delapaz in Apopka may be contacted at 407-884-2208 IP 5003210 or  denise.delapaz@ocps.net

This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked to use caution near construction areas and understand that weather or other unforeseen conditions could affect this schedule.

For concerns or questions, please contact Lisa Mark at 321-917-1716 or Lisa.Mark@QCAusa.com. Thank you!
 
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
December 17, 2023
THIS WEEK: Work will be ongoing Monday through Saturday morning. Crews will continue filling in holes
and grading for sod. The soil in your yard will not be evened out until grading. Sod is currently being
installed. The watering truck continues to water the new sod. Also, repairs as required are in process.
Milling and paving may occur.
For all repair items including pavers, sprinkler adjustments, and mailboxes damaged due to construction,
the restoration plan will address each home individually in turn, unless there is an urgent issue. The Orange
County Utilities Inspector Mark Boger will be overseeing this process. Homeowners will be contacted
sometime after sod installation and the irrigation meter connection.
If you have a broken irrigation pipe, sprinkler head, or other damage due to construction, please
contact me and I will notify the contractor of the needed repair. Please feel free to follow up on repair
progress. Irrigation repairs by an irrigation specialist will not be reimbursed. If you have a high water bill
resulting from a break due to construction, please reach out to me for an Orange County Utilities Leak
Adjustment form.
As there was an unexpected delay in the installation of the requested irrigation meters, impacted
customers will receive a credit on their account for the estimated usage during this delay. The credit will
be calculated based on a three-month average consumption utilizing the new irrigation meter.
 
OCPS SCHOOL BUS ROUTE: Orange County Public Schools Transportation has designated one stop in the
community at the corner of Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Sweetwater West Circle. To allow for
school bus movement and visibility, please do not park near the bus stop. If needed the OCPS
Transportation Area Manager Denise Delapaz in Apopka may be contacted at 407-884-2208 IP 5003210 or
denise.delapaz@ocps.net
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked
to use caution near construction areas and understand that weather or other unforeseen conditions
could affect this schedule.
 
For concerns or questions, please contact Lisa Mark 321-917-1716 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com Thank you!
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
December 10, 2023
THIS WEEK: Work will be ongoing Monday through Saturday morning. Crews will continue filling in holes
and grading for sod. The soil in your yard will not be evened out until grading. Sod is currently being
installed. The watering truck continues to water the new sod. Also, repairs as required are in process.
Milling and paving may occur.
For all repair items including pavers, sprinkler adjustments, and mailboxes damaged due to construction,
the restoration plan will address each home individually in turn, unless there is an urgent issue. The Orange
County Utilities Inspector Mark Boger will be overseeing this process. Homeowners will be contacted
sometime after sod installation and the irrigation meter connection.
If you have a broken irrigation pipe, sprinkler head, or other damage due to construction, please
contact me and I will notify the contractor of the needed repair. Please feel free to follow up on repair
progress. Irrigation repairs by an irrigation specialist will not be reimbursed. If you have a high water bill
resulting from a break due to construction, please reach out to me for an Orange County Utilities Leak
Adjustment form.
As there was an unexpected delay in the installation of the requested irrigation meters, impacted
customers will receive a credit on their account for the estimated usage during this delay. The credit will
be calculated based on a three-month average consumption utilizing the new irrigation meter.
 
OCPS SCHOOL BUS ROUTE: Orange County Public Schools Transportation has designated one stop in the
community at the corner of Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Sweetwater West Circle. To allow for
school bus movement and visibility, please do not park near the bus stop. If needed the OCPS
Transportation Area Manager Denise Delapaz in Apopka may be contacted at 407-884-2208 IP 5003210 or
denise.delapaz@ocps.net
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked
to use caution near construction areas and understand that weather or other unforeseen conditions
could affect this schedule.
For concerns or questions, please contact Lisa Mark 321-917-1716 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com Thank you!
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
November 26, 2023
THIS WEEK: Work will be ongoing Monday through Saturday. Crews will continue filling in holes and
grading for sod. The soil in your yard will not be evened out until grading. St. Augustine and Zoysia sod are
currently being installed. The watering truck continues to water the new sod. Also, repairs as required are
in process. Milling and paving may occur on side street areas.
For all repair items including pavers, sprinkler adjustments, and mailboxes damaged due to construction,
the restoration plan will address each home individually in turn, unless there is an urgent issue. The Orange
County Utilities Inspector Mark Boger will be overseeing this process. Homeowners will be contacted
sometime after sod installation and the irrigation meter connection.
If you have a broken irrigation pipe, sprinkler head, or other damage due to construction, please
contact me and I will notify the contractor of the needed repair. Please feel free to follow up on repair
progress. Irrigation repairs by an irrigation specialist will not be reimbursed. If you have a high water bill
resulting from a break due to construction, please reach out to me for an Orange County Utilities Leak
Adjustment form.
As there was an unexpected delay in the installation of the requested irrigation meters, impacted
customers will receive a credit on their account for the estimated usage during this delay. The credit will
be calculated based on a three-month average consumption utilizing the new irrigation meter.
 
OCPS SCHOOL BUS ROUTE: Orange County Public Schools Transportation has designated one stop in the
community at the corner of Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Sweetwater West Circle. To allow for
school bus movement and visibility, please do not park near the bus stop. If needed the OCPS
Transportation Area Manager Denise Delapaz in Apopka may be contacted at 407-884-2208 IP 5003210 or
denise.delapaz@ocps.net
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked
to use caution near construction areas and understand that weather or other unforeseen conditions
could affect this schedule.
 
For concerns or questions, please contact Lisa Mark 321-917-1716 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com Thank you!
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of November 12, 2023
THIS WEEK: Work will be ongoing Monday through Saturday. Crews will continue filling in holes and
grading for sod. If your trench was filled, it does not mean your yard was graded. The soil in your yard will
not be evened out until grading. St. Augustine and Zoysia sod is currently being installed. The watering
truck continues to water the new sod. Also, repairs as required are in process. Milling and paving may
occur on side street areas.
As there was an unexpected delay in the installation of the requested irrigation meters, impacted
customers will receive a credit on their account for the estimated usage during this delay. The credit will
be calculated based on a three-month average consumption utilizing the new irrigation meter.
For all repair items including pavers, sprinkler adjustments, and mailboxes damaged due to construction,
the restoration plan is to address each home individually in turn, unless there is an urgent issue.
Homeowners will be contacted sometime after their home irrigation meters are connected. The Orange
County Utilities Inspector Mark Boger will be overseeing this process.
If you have a broken irrigation pipe, sprinkler head, or other damage due to construction, please
contact me and I will notify the contractor of the needed repair. Please feel free to follow up on repair
progress. Irrigation repairs by an irrigation specialist will not be reimbursed. If you have a high water bill
resulting from a break due to construction, please reach out to me for an Orange County Utilities Leak
Adjustment form.

OCPS SCHOOL BUS ROUTE: Orange County Public Schools Transportation has designated one stop in the
community at the corner of Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Sweetwater West Circle. To allow for
school bus movement and visibility, please do not park near the bus stop. If needed the OCPS
Transportation Area Manager Denise Delapaz in Apopka may be contacted at 407-884-2208 IP 5003210 or
denise.delapaz@ocps.net
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked
to use caution near construction areas and understand that weather or other unforeseen conditions
could affect this schedule.

For concerns or questions, please contact Lisa Mark 321-917-1716 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com Thank you!
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of November 5, 2023
THIS WEEK: Work will be ongoing Monday through Saturday. Crews will continue filling in holes and
grading for sod. If your trench was filled, it does not mean your yard was graded. The soil in your yard will
not be evened out until grading. St. Augustine and Zoysia sod are currently being installed. The watering
truck continues to water the new sod. Also, repairs as required are in process. Milling and paving may
occur on side street areas.
As there was an unexpected delay in the installation of the requested irrigation meters. Impacted
customers will receive a credit on their account for the estimated usage during this delay. The credit will
be calculated based on a three-month average consumption utilizing the new irrigation meter.
For all repair items including pavers, sprinkler adjustments, and mailboxes damaged due to construction,
the restoration plan is to address each home individually in turn, unless there is an urgent issue.
Homeowners will be contacted sometime after their home irrigation meters are connected. The Orange
County Utilities Inspector Mark Boger will be overseeing this process.
If you have a broken irrigation pipe, sprinkler head, or other damage due to construction, please
contact me and I will notify the contractor of the needed repair. Please feel free to follow up on repair
progress. Irrigation repairs by an irrigation specialist will not be reimbursed.

OCPS SCHOOL BUS ROUTE: Orange County Public Schools Transportation has designated one stop in the
community at the corner of Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Sweetwater West Circle. To allow for
school bus movement and visibility, please do not park near the bus stop. If needed the OCPS
Transportation Area Manager Denise Delapaz in Apopka may be contacted at 407-884-2208 IP 5003210 or
denise.delapaz@ocps.net
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked
to use caution near construction areas and understand that weather or other unforeseen conditions
could affect this schedule.

For concerns or questions, please contact Lisa Mark 321-917-1716 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com Thank you!
 
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of October 29, 2023
THIS WEEK: Work will be ongoing Monday through Saturday. Crews will continue filling in holes and
grading for sod. If your trench was filled, it does not mean that your yard was graded. The soil in your
yard will not be evened out until grading. St. Augustine sod is currently being installed; Zoysia sod will
follow. A watering truck continues to water the new sod.
Crews continue irrigation connections to the meter box. During this time, your irrigation will not work. If
your irrigation timer goes off, it will not harm the system. Also, milling and paving may occur on side
street areas. Please remember to use caution near active construction areas.
As there was an unexpected delay in the installation of the requested irrigation meters. Impacted
customers will receive a credit on their account for the estimated usage during this delay. The credit will
be calculated based on a three-month average consumption utilizing the new irrigation meter.
For all repair items including pavers, sprinkler adjustments, and mailboxes damaged due to construction,
the restoration plan is to address each home individually in turn, unless there is an urgent issue.
Homeowners will be contacted sometime after their home irrigation meters are connected. The Orange
County Utilities Inspector Mark Boger will be overseeing this process.
If you have a broken irrigation pipe, sprinkler head, or other damage due to construction, please
contact me and I will notify the contractor of the needed repair. Please feel free to follow up on repair
progress. Irrigation repairs by an irrigation specialist will not be reimbursed.
 
OCPS SCHOOL BUS ROUTE: Orange County Public Schools Transportation has designated one stop in the
community at the corner of Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Sweetwater West Circle. To allow for
school bus movement and visibility, please do not park near the bus stop. If needed the OCPS
Transportation Area Manager Denise Delapaz in Apopka may be contacted at 407-884-2208 IP 5003210 or
denise.delapaz@ocps.net
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked
to use caution near construction areas and understand that weather or other unforeseen conditions
could affect this schedule.
 
For concerns or questions, please contact Lisa Mark 321-917-1716 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com Thank you!
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of October 8, 2023
Thank you for being patient and courteous regarding issues. Kindly remember to drive safely near the workers and continue to contact me with questions and concerns.
 
THIS WEEK: Work will be ongoing Monday through Saturday. Crews will continue filling in holes and grading for sod. If your trench was filled, it does not mean that your yard was graded. The soil in your yard will not be evened out until grading. Concrete repairs continue. 
 
A second crew has been added for irrigation meter installation and connections continue. Some homes will require more digging than others to hook up the existing irrigation systems. The crew is hand digging unless machinery is needed to go deeper. The meter installation process may take as little as 1-2 hours or up to a half day per home depending on the yard.  
 
Please note that there is an inspection that needs to take place after the irrigation system is hooked up to the meter box before that irrigation meter can be placed in the box.  During this time your irrigation will not work.  If your irrigation timer goes off, it will not harm the system. 
 
The sod contractor will be installing sod after your yard has been graded and the irrigation meter installed. Homes without irrigation meters will receive sod first. The side streets and cul-de-sac streets will be sodded next.
 
Please note before the irrigation meter can be placed in the meter box, there is an inspection that needs to take place after the irrigation system is hooked up to the meter box. During this time your irrigation will not work. If your irrigation timer goes off, it will not harm the system. 
 
During the project, there was an unexpected delay in the installation of the requested irrigation meters. Impacted customers will receive a credit on their account for the estimated usage during this delay. The credit will be calculated based on a three-month average consumption utilizing the new irrigation meter.
 
For all repair items including pavers, sprinkler adjustments, and mailboxes damaged due to construction, the restoration plan is to address each home individually in turn, unless there is an urgent issue. Homeowners will be contacted after their home irrigation meters are connected. The Orange County Utilities Inspector Mark Boger will be overseeing this process.
 
If you have a broken irrigation pipe, sprinkler head, or other damage due to construction, please contact me and I will notify the contractor of the needed repair. Please feel free to follow up on repair progress. Irrigation repairs by an irrigation specialist will not be reimbursed. 
 
OCPS SCHOOL BUS ROUTE: Orange County Public Schools Transportation has designated one stop in the community at the corner of Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Sweetwater West Circle. To allow for school bus movement and visibility, please do not park near the bus stop. If needed the OCPS Transportation Area Manager Denise Delapaz in Apopka may be contacted at 407-884-2208 IP 5003210 or  denise.delapaz@ocps.net
 
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked to use caution near construction areas and understand that weather or other unforeseen conditions could affect this schedule.
 
For concerns or questions, please contact Lisa Mark 321-917-1716 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com Thank you!
 
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of October 1, 2023
Thank you for being patient and courteous regarding issues. Kindly remember to drive safely near the
workers and continue to contact me with questions and concerns.
 
THIS WEEK: Work will be ongoing Monday through Saturday. Crews will continue filling in holes and
grading for sod. If your trench was filled, it does not mean that your yard was graded. The soil in your
yard will not be evened out until grading. Concrete repairs continue. The sod contractor will be installing
sod after your yard has been graded.
A second crew has been added for irrigation meter installation and connections continue. Some homes
will require more digging than others to hook up the existing irrigation systems. The crew is hand digging
unless machinery is needed to go deeper. The meter installation process may take as little as 1-2 hours or
up to a half day per home depending on the yard.
During the project, there was an unexpected delay in the installation of the requested irrigation meters.
Impacted customers will receive a credit on their account for the estimated usage during this delay. The
credit will be calculated based on a three-month average consumption utilizing the new irrigation meter.
For all repair items including pavers, sprinkler adjustments, and mailboxes damaged due to construction,
the restoration plan is to address each home individually in turn, unless there is an urgent issue.
Homeowners will be contacted after their home irrigation meters are connected. The Orange County
Utilities Inspector Mark Boger will be overseeing this process.
If you have a broken irrigation pipe, sprinkler head, or other damage due to construction, please
contact me and I will notify the contractor of the needed repair. Please feel free to follow up on repair
progress. Irrigation repairs by an irrigation specialist will not be reimbursed.
 
OCPS SCHOOL BUS ROUTE: Orange County Public Schools Transportation has designated one stop in the
community at the corner of Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Sweetwater West Circle. To allow for
school bus movement and visibility, please do not park near the bus stop. If needed the OCPS
Transportation Area Manager Denise Delapaz in Apopka may be contacted at 407-884-2208 IP 5003210 or
denise.delapaz@ocps.net
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked
to use caution near construction areas and understand that weather or other unforeseen conditions
could affect this schedule.
For concerns or questions, please contact Lisa Mark 321-917-1716 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com Thank you!
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of September 18, 2023
Thank you for being patient and courteous regarding issues. Kindly remember to drive safely near the
workers and continue to contact me with questions and concerns.
 
THIS WEEK: Work will be ongoing Monday through Saturday. Another milestone, the contractor has
finished pumping and filling septic tanks. Crews will continue filling in holes and grading for sod. If your
trench was filled, it does not mean that your yard was graded. The soil in your yard will not be evened out
until grading. Concrete repairs continue. The sod contractor will be installing sod after your yard has
been graded.
For all repair items including pavers, sprinkler adjustments, and mailboxes damaged due to construction,
the restoration plan is to address each home individually in turn, unless there is an urgent issue.
Homeowners will be contacted after their home irrigation meters are connected (if desired). The Orange
County Utilities Inspector Mark Boger will be overseeing this process.
 
INSPECTIONS: This week the following plumbing inspections should occur. If pipes are covered, they will
need to be dug up by the team for inspection.
Sweetwater West Circle: 1845, 1767, 1711, 1743, 1612, 1702, 1723, 1755, 1771
Longhill Drive: 1344, 1304, 1312, 1335, 1343
Grassy Ridge Lane: 1545, 1536
Valley Pine Circle: 1426, 1411
Hidden Meadow Way: 1434, 1433, 1425
Barnwood Place: 1300, 1309
 
IRRIGATION METER UPDATE: Irrigation meter installation and connections continue. Some homes will
require more digging than others to hook up the existing irrigation systems. The crew is hand digging
unless machinery is needed to go deeper. The meter installation process may take as little as 1-2 hours or
up to a half day per home depending on the yard.
During the project, there was an unexpected delay in the installation of the requested irrigation meters.
Impacted customers will receive a credit on their account for the estimated usage during this delay. The
credit will be calculated based on a three-month average consumption utilizing the new irrigation meter.
If you have a broken irrigation pipe, sprinkler head, or other damage due to construction, please
contact me and I will notify the contractor of the needed repair. Please feel free to follow up on repair
progress. Irrigation repairs by an irrigation specialist will not be reimbursed.
 
OCPS SCHOOL BUS ROUTE: Orange County Public Schools Transportation has designated one stop in the
community at the corner of Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Sweetwater West Circle. To allow for
school bus movement and visibility, please do not park near the bus stop. If needed the OCPS
Transportation Area Manager Denise Delapaz in Apopka may be contacted at 407-884-2208 IP 5003210 or
denise.delapaz@ocps.net
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked
to use caution near construction areas and understand that weather or other unforeseen conditions
could affect this schedule.
 
For concerns or questions, please contact Lisa Mark 321-917-1716 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com Thank you!
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of September 18, 2023
Thank you for being patient and courteous regarding issues. Kindly remember to drive safely near the
workers and continue to contact me with questions and concerns.

THIS WEEK: Work will be ongoing Monday through Saturday. The contractor will continue pumping and
filling septic tanks. There are less than 16 tanks left to fill. Also, inspections will occur, and crews will
continue filling in holes and grading for sod. The sod contractor will be measuring yards to order sod the
various types of sod.

IRRIGATION METER UPDATE: Irrigation meter installation and connections continue. Some homes will
require more digging than others to hook up the existing irrigation systems. The crew is hand digging
unless machinery is needed to go deeper. The meter installation process may take as little as 1-2 hours or
up to a half day per home depending on the yard.
During the project, there was an unexpected delay in the installation of the requested irrigation meters.
Impacted customers will receive a credit on their account for the estimated usage during this delay. The
credit will be calculated based on a three-month average consumption utilizing the new irrigation meter.
If you have a broken irrigation pipe, sprinkler head, or other damage due to construction, please
contact me and I will notify the contractor of the needed repair. Please feel free to follow up on repair
progress. Irrigation repairs by an irrigation specialist will not be reimbursed.

OCPS SCHOOL BUS ROUTE: Orange County Public Schools Transportation has designated one stop in the
community at the corner of Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Sweetwater West Circle. To allow for
school bus movement and visibility, please do not park near the bus stop. If needed the OCPS
Transportation Area Manager Denise Delapaz in Apopka may be contacted at 407-884-2208 IP 5003210 or
denise.delapaz@ocps.net

TRASH PICKUP: If construction activity on your street could inhibit the trash truck, you may want to move
the container to facilitate access. The construction team has been helping with this as well. If you are
concerned about container mix-ups, you may want to mark your container for easy identification. I was
told each container should have a unique serial number.
If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the Orange County Solid Waste Hotline at
407-836-6601 to request a pickup. Issues may also be reported via Orange County’s 311 phone number.
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked
to use caution near construction areas and understand that weather or other unforeseen conditions
could affect this schedule.

For concerns or questions, please contact Lisa Mark 321-917-1716 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com Thank you!
 
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of September 11, 2023
Thank you for being patient and courteous regarding issues. Kindly remember to drive safely near the workers and continue to contact me with questions and concerns.
 
THIS WEEK: Work will be ongoing Monday through Saturday. The contractor will continue pumping and filling septic tanks. Also, inspections will occur, and crews will continue filling in holes, and grading for sod. 
 
Concrete work will also take place on a few driveways. If this impacts your home, you will be notified to move your car (if you need it) and wait at least 12 hours for the concrete to cure before driving over the new concrete. 
 
IRRIGATION UPDATE: Irrigation meter installation and connections continue. Some homes will require more digging than others to hook up the existing irrigation systems. This is to be expected, as each home is unique in its irrigation set-up.
 
As requested, there will be an irrigation water use rebate for residents who have requested irrigation meters. Orange County Utilities has sent out a letter with the details. 
 
If you have a broken irrigation pipe, sprinkler head, or other damage due to construction, please contact me (contact info below) and I will notify the contractor of the needed repair. Please feel free to follow up on repair progress.  Irrigation repairs by an irrigation specialist will not be reimbursed. 
 
OCPS SCHOOL BUS ROUTE: Orange County Public Schools Transportation has designated one stop in the community at the corner of Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Sweetwater West Circle. To allow for school bus movement and visibility, please do not park near the bus stop. If needed the OCPS Transportation Area Manager Denise Delapaz in Apopka may be contacted at 407-884-2208 IP 5003210 or  denise.delapaz@ocps.net
 
TRASH PICKUP: If construction activity on your street could inhibit the trash truck, you may want to move the container to facilitate access. The construction team has been helping with this as well. If you are concerned about container mix-ups, you may want to mark your container for easy identification. I was told each container should have a unique serial number.
 
If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the Orange County Solid Waste Hotline at 407-836-6601 to request a pickup. Issues may also be reported via Orange County’s 311 phone number.
 
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked to use caution near construction areas and understand that weather or other unforeseen conditions could affect this schedule.
 
For concerns or questions, please contact Lisa Mark 321-917-1716 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com Thank you!
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of September 4, 2023
I hope you all have a wonderful and safe Labor Day Weekend! The project has hit some milestones, with
the first lift of structural asphalt complete throughout the neighborhood and restoration work begun.
Thank you for being patient and courteous regarding issues. Kindly remember to drive safely near the
workers and continue to reach out to me with questions and concerns.

THIS WEEK: Work will be ongoing Tuesday through Friday. The contractor will continue pumping and
filling septic tanks. Also, inspections will occur, and crews will continue filling in holes, and grading for sod
may occur. Irrigation meter installation and connections will begin.
Concrete work will also take place on a few driveways. If this impacts your home, you will be notified to
move your car (if you need it) and wait at least 12 hours for the concrete to cure before driving over the
new concrete.

IRRIGATION UPDATE: Irrigation meter installation and connections will begin. Some homes will require
more digging than others to hook up the existing irrigation systems. This is to be expected, as each home
is unique in its irrigation set-up.
As requested, there will be an irrigation water use rebate for residents who have requested irrigation
meters. Orange County Utilities has sent out a letter with the details.If you have a broken irrigation pipe, sprinkler head, or other damage due to construction, please
contact me (contact info below) and I will notify the contractor of the needed repair. Please feel free to
follow up on repair progress. Irrigation repairs by an irrigation specialist will not be reimbursed.

OCPS SCHOOL BUS ROUTE: Orange County Public Schools Transportation has designated one stop in the
community at the corner of Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Sweetwater West Circle. To allow for
school bus movement and visibility, please do not park near the bus stop. If needed the OCPS
Transportation Area Manager Denise Delapaz in Apopka may be contacted at 407-884-2208 IP 5003210 or
denise.delapaz@ocps.net

TRASH PICKUP: If construction activity on your street could inhibit the trash truck, you may want to move
the container to facilitate access. The construction team has been helping with this as well. If you are
concerned about container mix-ups, you may want to mark your container for easy identification. I was
told each container should have a unique serial number.
If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the Orange County Solid Waste Hotline at
407-836-6601 to request a pickup. Issues may also be reported via Orange County’s 311 phone number.

This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked
to use caution near construction areas and understand that weather or other unforeseen conditions
could affect this schedule.
For concerns or questions, please contact Lisa Mark 321-917-1716 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com Thank you!
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of August 27, 2023
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked
to use caution near construction areas and understand that weather or other unforeseen conditions
could affect this schedule.

THIS WEEK: Road work will be ongoing Monday through Saturday. Paving for tie-in areas and the cul-de-
sacs throughout the neighborhood should have occurred last Saturday. If there is any paving left to do, it
will occur this week. Sidewalk and driveway concrete work will also take place and the plumber will
continue readying some homes for inspection. The contractor will continue pumping septic tanks.
Grading for sod will begin.

IRRIGATION UPDATE AND DAMAGE DUE TO CONSTRUCTION: If you have a broken irrigation pipe,
sprinkler head, or other damage due to construction, please contact Lisa Mark (contact info below) who
will notify the contractor of the needed repair. Irrigation repairs by an irrigation specialist will not be
reimbursed.

OCPS SCHOOL BUS ROUTE: Orange County Public Schools Transportation has designated one stop in the
community at the corner of Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Sweetwater West Circle. To allow for
school bus movement and visibility, please do not park near the bus stop. If needed the OCPS
Transportation Area Manager Denise Delapaz in Apopka may be contacted at 407-884-2208 IP 5003210 or
denise.delapaz@ocps.net

TRASH PICKUP: If construction activity on your street could inhibit the trash truck, you may want to move
the container to facilitate access. The construction team has been helping with this as well. If you are
concerned about container mix-ups, you may want to mark your container for easy identification. I was
told each container should have a unique serial number.
If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the Orange County Solid Waste Hotline at
407-836-6601 to request a pickup. Issues may also be reported via Orange County’s 311 phone number.
 
For concerns or questions, please contact Lisa Mark 321-917-1716 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com Thank you!
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of August 13, 2023
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked
to use caution near construction areas and understand that weather or other unforeseen conditions
could affect this schedule.

THIS WEEK: Road work will be ongoing Monday through Saturday. Paving should occur on Longhill Drive,
Sweetwater West Circle at Branch Hill Drive, and all cul-de-sacs. Throughout the neighborhood curb and
sidewalk concrete work will take place and the plumber will continue making service connections and
pumping septic tanks. The contractor will continue the process of filling the tanks with flowable fill material. The material will be
pumped from trucks parked in the street, so driveway access will not be impacted. If water has entered
the tank, it will be re-pumped.

UPCOMING ACTIVITIES: Remember, paving is weather-contingent. When road construction is near your
home, the crew will alert you to move your vehicle if vehicle access is needed. After the service
connection is completed, the septic tank will be “abandoned” in the next 1-3 weeks following the
connection. Sometimes there is a residual odor after the connection, however, it should dissipate fairly
quickly.

SOD: Sod is expected to start being installed this week at homes where the septic tank has been filled. If
you have any irrigation issues, please let the contractor know when the sod is being installed. He will
make the repairs at that time.

OCPS SCHOOL BUS ROUTE: Orange County Public Schools Transportation has designated one stop in the
community at the corner of Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Sweetwater West Circle. To allow for
school bus movement and visibility, please do not park near the bus stop. If needed the OCPS
Transportation Area Manager Denise Delapaz in Apopka may be contacted at 407-884-2208 IP 5003210 or
denise.delapaz@ocps.net

IRRIGATION UPDATE AND DAMAGE DUE TO CONSTRUCTION: If you have a broken irrigation pipe,
sprinkler head, or other damage due to construction, please contact Lisa Mark (contact info below) who
will notify the contractor of the needed repair. Irrigation repairs by an irrigation specialist will not be
reimbursed.

TRASH PICKUP: If construction activity on your street could inhibit the trash truck, you may want to move
the container to facilitate access. The construction team has been helping with this as well. If you are
concerned about container mix-ups, you may want to mark your container for easy identification. I was
told each container should have a unique serial number.If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the Orange County Solid Waste Hotline at
407-836-6601 to request a pickup. Issues may also be reported via Orange County’s 311 phone number.

For concerns or questions, please contact Lisa Mark at 407-338-3650 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com. This
number does not receive texts. Thank you!
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of August 6, 2023
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked
to use caution near construction areas and understand that weather or other unforeseen conditions
could affect this schedule.

THIS WEEK: Road work will be ongoing Monday through Saturday. Paving should occur on Thursday and
Saturday on Longhill Drive, Sweetwater West Circle at Branch Hill Drive, and all cul-de-sacs. Throughout
the neighborhood curb and sidewalk concrete work will take place and the plumber will continue making
service connections and pumping septic tanks.
The contractor will continue the process of filling the tanks with flowable fill material. The material will be
pumped from trucks parked in the street, so driveway access will not be impacted. If water has entered
the tank, it will be re-pumped.

UPCOMING ACTIVITIES: Remember, paving is weather-contingent. When road construction is near your
home, the crew will alert you to move your vehicle if vehicle access is needed. After the service
connection is completed, the septic tank will be “abandoned” in the next 1-3 weeks following the
connection. Sometimes there is a residual odor after the connection, however, it should dissipate fairly
quickly.

SOD: The sod contractor will be in the neighborhood to confirm the type of sod needed for each home. It
looks like we will see sod start to be installed before the irrigation meter connections are made. If you
have any irrigation issues, please let the contractor know when the sod is being installed. He will make
the repairs at that time.

IRRIGATION UPDATE AND DAMAGE DUE TO CONSTRUCTION: If you have a broken irrigation pipe,
sprinkler head, or other damage due to construction, please contact Lisa Mark (contact info below) who
will notify the contractor of the needed repair. Irrigation repairs by an irrigation specialist will not be
reimbursed.

TRASH PICKUP: If construction activity on your street could inhibit the trash truck, you may want to move
the container to facilitate access. The construction team has been helping with this as well. If you are
concerned about container mix-ups, you may want to mark your container for easy identification. I was
told each container should have a unique serial number.
If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the Orange County Solid Waste Hotline at
407-836-6601 to request a pickup. Issues may also be reported via Orange County’s 311 phone number.

For concerns or questions, please contact Lisa Mark at 407-338-3650 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com. This
number does not receive texts. Thank you!
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of July 30, 2023
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked
to use caution near construction areas and understand that weather or other unforeseen conditions
could affect this schedule.
 
TRAFFIC ALERT: Paving should occur on Sweetwater West Circle between Branch Hill Court and Longhill
Drive. Please remember that the “local access” signs refer only to the homes within the road closure and
give yourself time to account for a detour and avoid the paving operations areas.
 
THIS WEEK: Road work will be ongoing Monday through Saturday. Paving should occur Thursday through
Saturday on Sweetwater West Circle between Branch Hill Court and Longhill Drive and on Hidden
Meadow Way and Longhill Drive. Throughout the neighborhood curb and sidewalk concrete work will
take place and the plumber will continue making service connections and pumping septic tanks. Concrete
work may impact the intersection of Longhill Drive and Silver Valley Court.
On Monday, the contractor will begin the process of filling the tanks with flowable fill material. The plan is
to start on Grassy Ridge Lane and continue north on Sweetwater West Circle to Northfield Drive and west
on Sweetwater Country Club Drive. The material will be pumped from trucks parked in the street, so
driveway access will not be impacted.
Driveway access may be impacted at homes located on the following road:
 Sweetwater West Circle from Branch Hill Court to Longhill Drive
 Hidden Meadow Way and Longhill Drive
 Intersection of Longhill Drive and Silver Valley Court
 
UPCOMING ACTIVITIES: Remember, paving is weather-contingent. When road construction is near your
home, the crew will alert you to move your vehicle if vehicle access is needed. After the service
connection is completed, the septic tank will be “abandoned” in the next 1-3 weeks following the
connection. Sometimes there is a residual odor after the connection, however, it should dissipate fairly
quickly. Sod installation will occur at the end of the project.
 
IRRIGATION UPDATE AND DAMAGE DUE TO CONSTRUCTION: Given the focus on roadway work,
sidewalk, and service connections, in addition to the fact that the project will be in the residents’ yards
two more times soon, irrigation repairs will be prioritized. Broken pipes/leaks will be addressed soonest.
Adjustments to sprinkler heads and minor repairs will occur later in the project. If you have a broken
irrigation pipe, sprinkler head, or other damage due to construction, please contact Lisa Mark
(contact info below) who will notify the contractor of the needed repair. Irrigation repairs by an
irrigation specialist will not be reimbursed.
 
TRASH PICKUP: If construction activity on your street could inhibit the trash truck, you may want to move
the container to facilitate access. The construction team has been helping with this as well. If you are
concerned about container mix-ups, you may want to mark your container for easy identification. I was
told each container should have a unique serial number.
If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the Orange County Solid Waste Hotline at
407-836-6601 to request a pickup. Issues may also be reported via Orange County’s 311 phone number.
 
For concerns or questions, please contact Lisa Mark at 407-338-3650 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com. This
number does not receive texts. Thank you!
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of July 24, 2023
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked
to use caution near construction areas and understand that weather or other unforeseen conditions
could affect this schedule.
 
IRRIGATION METERS: Please check the list on the portal to make sure your home is included if you would
like an irrigation meter. The list will be finalized this week.
 
TRAFFIC ALERT: Paving should occur on Sweetwater West Circle. When you see the detour signs, it would
be best to use the main entrance instead. Driving through this area will slow down the workers and has
safety implications. Also, please remember that the “local access” signs refer only to the homes within
the road closure. Please give yourself time to account for a detour and avoid the paving operations areas.
 
THIS WEEK: Road work will be ongoing Monday through Friday. Paving is planned for Sweetwater West
Circle from west of Hidden Meadow Way on Sweetwater West Circle Barnwood Place. Crews will remove
the existing road base and install lime rock from Barnwood Place to Branch Hill Court. Throughout the
neighborhood curb and sidewalk concrete work will take place and the plumber will continue making
service connections and pumping septic tanks.
Driveway access may be impacted at homes located on the following road:
 Sweetwater West Circle from west Hidden Meadow Way to Branch Hill Court
 
UPCOMING ACTIVITIES: Roadway reconstruction continues. Please do not be concerned if the cul-de-sac
on your street is not paved yet. Paving company time is in high demand and is weather-contingent. The
strategy is to pave as much ground as possible while the paving company is onsite, and the cul-de-sac
ends take significant time. When road construction is near your home, the crew will alert you to move
your vehicle if vehicle access is needed. Please note that vehicles may drive without an issue on the road
base material.
After the service connection is completed, the septic tank will be “abandoned” in the next 1-3 weeks
following the connection. Sometimes there is a residual odor after the connection, however, it should
dissipate fairly quickly. Sod installation will occur at the end of the project. The watering truck will provide
dust control throughout the day.
 
IRRIGATION UPDATE AND DAMAGE DUE TO CONSTRUCTION: Given the focus on roadway work,
sidewalk, and service connections, in addition to the fact that the project will be in the residents’ yards
two more times soon, irrigation repairs will be prioritized. Broken pipes/leaks will be addressed soonest.
Adjustments to sprinkler heads and minor repairs will occur later in the project. If you have a broken
irrigation pipe, sprinkler head, or other damage due to construction, please contact Lisa Mark
(contact info below) who will notify the contractor of the needed repair. Irrigation repairs by an
irrigation specialist will not be reimbursed.
 
TRASH PICKUP: If construction activity on your street could inhibit the trash truck, you may want to move
the container to facilitate access. The construction team has been helping with this as well. If you are
concerned about container mix-ups, you may want to mark your container for easy identification. I was
told each container should have a unique serial number.
If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the Orange County Solid Waste Hotline at
407-836-6601 to request a pickup. Issues may also be reported via Orange County’s 311 phone number.
 
For concerns or questions, please contact Lisa Mark at 407-338-3650 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com. This
number does not receive texts. Thank you!

 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of July 17, 2023
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked
to use caution near construction areas and understand that weather or other unforeseen conditions
could affect this schedule.

IRRIGATION METERS: Please check the list on the portal to make sure your home is included if you would
like an irrigation meter. The list will be finalized this week.

TRAFFIC ALERT: Paving should occur on Sweetwater West Circle. When you see the detour signs, it would
be best to use the main entrance instead. Driving through this area will slow down the workers and has
safety implications. Also, please remember that the “local access” signs refer only to the homes within
the road closure. Please give yourself time to account for a detour and avoid the paving operations areas.

THIS WEEK: Road work will be ongoing Monday through Friday. Paving is planned for Sweetwater West
Circle from west of Hidden Meadow Way on Sweetwater West Circle Barnwood Place. Crews will remove
the existing road base and install lime rock from Barnwood Place to Branch Hill Court. Throughout the
neighborhood curb and sidewalk concrete work will take place and the plumber will continue making
service connections and pumping septic tanks.
Driveway access may be impacted at homes located on the following road:
 Sweetwater West Circle from west Hidden Meadow Way to Branch Hill Court

UPCOMING ACTIVITIES: Roadway reconstruction continues. Please do not be concerned if the cul-de-sac
on your street is not paved yet. Paving company time is in high demand and is weather-contingent. The
strategy is to pave as much ground as possible while the paving company is onsite, and the cul-de-sac
ends take significant time. When road construction is near your home, the crew will alert you to move
your vehicle if vehicle access is needed. Please note that vehicles may drive without an issue on the road
base material.
After the service connection is completed, the septic tank will be “abandoned” in the next 1-3 weeks
following the connection. Sometimes there is a residual odor after the connection, however, it should
dissipate fairly quickly. Sod installation will occur at the end of the project. The watering truck will
provide dust control throughout the day.

IRRIGATION UPDATE AND DAMAGE DUE TO CONSTRUCTION: Given the focus on roadway work,
sidewalk, and service connections, in addition to the fact that the project will be in the residents’ yards
two more times soon, irrigation repairs will be prioritized. Broken pipes/leaks will be addressed soonest.
Adjustments to sprinkler heads and minor repairs will occur later in the project. If you have a broken
irrigation pipe, sprinkler head, or other damage due to construction, please contact Lisa Mark
(contact info below) who will notify the contractor of the needed repair. Irrigation repairs by an
irrigation specialist will not be reimbursed.

TRASH PICKUP: If construction activity on your street could inhibit the trash truck, you may want to move
the container to facilitate access. The construction team has been helping with this as well. If you are
concerned about container mix-ups, you may want to mark your container for easy identification. I was
told each container should have a unique serial number.
If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the Orange County Solid Waste Hotline at
407-836-6601 to request a pickup. Issues may also be reported via Orange County’s 311 phone number.
 
For concerns or questions, please contact Lisa Mark at 407-338-3650 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com. This
number does not receive texts. Thank you!
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of July 9, 2023
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked
to use caution near construction areas and understand that weather or other unforeseen conditions
could affect this schedule.

TRAFFIC ALERT: Paving should occur on Saturday on the north and northwest side of the Sweetwater
West Circle. When you see the detour signs, it would be best to use the main entrance instead. Driving
through this area will slow down the workers and has safety implications. Also, please remember that the
“local access” signs refer only to the homes within the road closure. Please give yourself time to account
for a detour.
THIS WEEK: Road work will be ongoing Monday through Friday, and possibly Saturday depending on the
weather and the paver’s availability. On Sweetwater West Circle from Hidden Meadow Way to Barnwood
Place, crews will remove the existing road base and install lime rock. Paving may follow upon availability.
The plumber will continue making service connections and pumping throughout the neighborhood.
Driveway access may be impacted at homes located on the following road:
 Sweetwater West Circle from Hidden Meadow Way to Barnwood Place

UPCOMING ACTIVITIES: Roadway reconstruction continues. Please do not be concerned if the cul-de-sac
on your street is not paved when paving occurs on your street. Paving company time is in high demand
and is weather-contingent. The strategy is to pave as much ground as possible while the paving company
is onsite, and the cul-de-sacs take significant time. When road construction is near your home, the crew
will alert you to move your vehicle if vehicle access is needed. Please note that vehicles may drive without
an issue on the road base material.
After the service connection is completed, the septic tank will be “abandoned” in the next 1-3 weeks
following the connection. Sometimes there is a residual odor after the connection, however, it should
dissipate fairly quickly. Sod installation will occur at the end of the project. The watering truck will
provide dust control throughout the day.

IRRIGATION UPDATE AND DAMAGE DUE TO CONSTRUCTION: Given the focus on roadway work,
sidewalk, and service connections, in addition to the fact that the project will be in the residents’ yards
two more times soon, irrigation repairs will be prioritized. Broken pipes/leaks will be addressed soonest.
Adjustments to sprinkler heads and minor repairs will occur later in the project. If you have a broken
irrigation pipe, sprinkler head, or other damage due to construction, please contact Lisa Mark
(contact info below) who will notify the contractor of the needed repair. Irrigation repairs by an
irrigation specialist will not be reimbursed.

TRASH PICKUP: If construction activity on your street could inhibit the trash truck, you may want to move
the container to facilitate access. The construction team has been helping with this as well. If you are
concerned about container mix-ups, you may want to mark your container for easy identification. I was
told each container should have a unique serial number.
If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the Orange County Solid Waste Hotline at
407-836-6601 to request a pickup. Issues may also be reported via Orange County’s 311 phone number.

For concerns or questions, please contact Lisa Mark at 407-338-3650 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com. This
number does not receive texts. Thank you!
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of July 2, 2023
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked
to use caution near construction areas and understand that weather or other unforeseen conditions
could affect this schedule.

TRAFFIC ALERT: Paving should occur one day Wednesday through Saturday on the north and northwest
side of the Sweetwater West Circle. When you see the detour signs, it would be best to use the main
entrance instead. Driving through this area will slow down the workers and has safety implications. Also,
please remember that the “local access” signs refer only to the homes within the road closure. Please give
yourself time to account for a detour.

THIS WEEK: Road work will be ongoing Wednesday through Friday, and possibly Saturday depending on
the weather and the paver’s availability. On Sweetwater West Circle from Longhill Drive toward Branch
Hill Court, crews will remove the existing road base and install lime rock. Paving may follow upon
availability. Silver Valley Court may possibly be paved this week as well. The plumber will continue making
service connections and pumping out the septic tanks on Sweetwater West Circle, Monday and
Wednesday through Friday.
Driveway access may be impacted at homes located on the following road:
 Sweetwater West Circle from Longhill Drive toward Branch Hill Court
 Silver Valley Court

UPCOMING ACTIVITIES: Roadway reconstruction continues. Please do not be concerned if the cul-de-sac
on your street is not paved when paving occurs on your street. Paving company time is in high demand
and is weather-contingent. The strategy is to pave as much ground as possible while the paving company
is onsite, and the cul-de-sacs take significant time. When road construction is near your home, the crew
will alert you to move your vehicle if vehicle access is needed. Please note that vehicles may drive without
an issue on the road base material.
After the service connection is completed, the septic tank will be “abandoned” in the next 1-3 weeks
following the connection. Sometimes there is a residual odor after the connection, however, it should
dissipate fairly quickly. Sod installation will occur at the end of the project. The watering truck will
provide dust control throughout the day.

IRRIGATION UPDATE AND DAMAGE DUE TO CONSTRUCTION: Given the focus on roadway work,
sidewalk, and service connections, in addition to the fact that the project will be in the residents’ yards
two more times soon, irrigation repairs will be prioritized. Broken pipes/leaks will be addressed soonest.
Adjustments to sprinkler heads and minor repairs will occur later in the project. If you have a broken
irrigation pipe, sprinkler head, or other damage due to construction, please contact Lisa Mark
(contact info below) who will notify the contractor of the needed repair. Irrigation repairs by an
irrigation specialist will not be reimbursed.

TRASH PICKUP: If construction activity on your street could inhibit the trash truck, you may want to move
the container to facilitate access. The construction team has been helping with this as well. If you are
concerned about container mix-ups, you may want to mark your container for easy identification. I was
told each container should have a unique serial number.
If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the Orange County Solid Waste Hotline at 407-
836-6601 to request a pickup. Issues may also be reported via Orange County’s 311 phone number.
 
For concerns or questions, please contact Lisa Mark at 407-338-3650 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com. This
number does not receive texts. Thank you!
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of June 25, 2023
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked
to use caution near construction areas and understand that weather or other unforeseen conditions
could affect this schedule.

TRAFFIC ALERT: Given that work is taking place on Sweetwater West Circle near the Northfield gate, it
would be best to use the main entrance instead. Please remember that the “local access” signs refer only
to the homes within the road closure. Driving through this area will slow down the workers and has safety
implications. Please give yourself time to account for a detour.

THIS WEEK: Work will be ongoing Monday through Friday, and possibly Saturday depending on the
weather and the paver’s availability. On Sweetwater West Circle from Northfield Drive to Golden Pine
Court, crews will remove the existing road base and install lime rock. Paving is planned for Sweetwater
West Circle from Misty Ridge Court to Branch Hill Court. The plumber will continue making service
connections and pumping out the septic tanks throughout the neighborhood.
Driveway access may be impacted at homes located on the following roads:
 Sweetwater West Circle from Northfield Drive to Golden Pine Court
 Sweetwater West Circle from Misty Ridge Court to Branch Hill Road

UPCOMING ACTIVITIES: Roadway reconstruction continues. Please do not be concerned if the cul-de-sac
on your street is not paved when paving occurs on your street. Paving company time is in high demand
and is weather-contingent. The strategy is to pave as much ground as possible while the paving company
is onsite, and the cul-de-sacs take significant time. When road construction is near your home, the crew
will alert you to move your vehicle if vehicle access is needed. Please note that vehicles may drive without
an issue on the road base material.
After the service connection is completed, the septic tank will be “abandoned” in the next 1-3 weeks
following the connection. Sometimes there is a residual odor after the connection, however, it should
dissipate fairly quickly. Sod installation will occur at the end of the project. The watering truck will
provide dust control throughout the day.

IRRIGATION UPDATE AND DAMAGE DUE TO CONSTRUCTION: Given the focus on roadway work,
sidewalk, and service connections, in addition to the fact that the project will be in the residents’ yards
two more times soon, irrigation repairs will be prioritized. Broken pipes/leaks will be addressed soonest.
Adjustments to sprinkler heads and minor repairs will occur later in the project. If you have a broken
irrigation pipe, sprinkler head, or other damage due to construction, please contact Lisa Mark
(contact info below) who will notify the contractor of the needed repair. Irrigation repairs by an
irrigation specialist will not be reimbursed.

TRASH PICKUP: If construction activity on your street could inhibit the trash truck, you may want to move
the container to facilitate access. The construction team has been helping with this as well. If you are
concerned about container mix-ups, you may want to mark your container for easy identification. I was
told each container should have a unique serial number.
If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the Orange County Solid Waste Hotline at 407-
836-6601 to request a pickup. Issues may also be reported via Orange County’s 311 phone number.
 
For concerns or questions, please contact Lisa Mark at 407-338-3650 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com. This
number does not receive texts. Thank you!
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of June 11, 2023
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked
to use caution near construction areas and understand that weather or other unforeseen conditions
could affect this schedule.

TRAFFIC ALERT: A detour is planned on Sweetwater West Circle from Country Club Drive to the south
entrance of Valley Pine Circle to allow the crews to remove the existing road base and install lime rock.
Residents will have ingress/egress. This detour may start as soon as Tuesday. Please give yourself time to
account for this detour.

THIS WEEK: Work will be ongoing Monday through Friday, with a possibility of Saturday depending on
work accomplished during the week. Previously, Sunday was reserved for potential fine grading which is
no longer needed. Apologies if the community was concerned that work was not taking place on Sundays.
As you are aware rain has had a significant impact on the progress and the crews spent time this past
month repairing and re-preparing for grading multiple times due to the weather impacts.
Backflow water values are being installed as needed throughout the neighborhood. Service connections
are planned on Valley Pine Circle.
Driveway access may be impacted at homes located on the following road:
 Sweetwater West Circle from Country Club Drive to the south entrance of Valley Pine Circle.

UPCOMING ACTIVITIES: Roadway reconstruction continues. Please do not be concerned if the cul-de-sac
on your street is not paved when paving occurs on your street. Paving company time is in high demand
and is weather-contingent. The strategy is to pave as much ground as possible while the paving company
is onsite, and the cul-de-sacs take significant time. When road construction is near your home, the crew
will alert you to move your vehicle if vehicle access is needed. Please note that vehicles may drive without
an issue on the road base material.
After the service connection is completed, the septic tank will be “abandoned” in the next 1-3 weeks
following the connection. Sometimes there is a residual odor after the connection, however, it should
dissipate fairly quickly. Sod installation will occur at the end of the project. The watering truck will
provide dust control throughout the day.

IRRIGATION UPDATE AND DAMAGE DUE TO CONSTRUCTION: Given the focus on roadway work,
sidewalk, and service connections, in addition to the fact that the project will be in the residents’ yards
two more times soon, irrigation repairs will be prioritized. Broken pipes/leaks will be addressed soonest.
Adjustments to sprinkler heads and minor repairs will occur later in the project. If you have a broken
irrigation pipe, sprinkler head, or other damage due to construction, please contact Lisa Mark
(contact info below) who will notify the contractor of the needed repair. Irrigation repairs by an
irrigation specialist will not be reimbursed.

TRASH PICKUP: If construction activity on your street could inhibit the trash truck, you may want to move
the container to facilitate access. The construction team has been helping with this as well. If you are
concerned about container mix-ups, you may want to mark your container for easy identification. I was
told each container should have a unique serial number.

WASTE/YARD WASTE PICKUP: If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the Orange
County Solid Waste Hotline at 407-836-6601 to request a pickup. Issues may also be reported via Orange
County’s 311 phone number.

OCPS SCHOOL BUS ROUTE: Orange County Public Schools Transportation has designated one stop in the
community at the northwest corner of Sweetwater County Club Drive and Sweetwater West Circle. To
allow for school bus movement and visibility, please do not park near the bus stop. If needed the OCPS
Transportation Area Manager Denise Delapaz in Apopka may be contacted at 407-884-2208 IP 5003210
or denise.delapaz@ocps.net.

For concerns or questions, please contact Lisa Mark at 407-338-3650 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com. This
number does not receive texts. Thank you!
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of June 4, 2023
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked
to use caution near construction areas and understand that weather or other unforeseen conditions
could affect this schedule.

THIS WEEK: Work will be ongoing Monday through Sunday.
Lime rock grading is expected on Valley Pine, Misty Ridge, Barnwood Place, Longhill Drive, Silver Valley
Court, and Golden Pine Court with concrete curb and sidewalk work to follow. Paving is scheduled for
Grassy Ridge, Valley Pine Circle, and Misty Ridge Court.
Sewer service connections are planned on Sweetwater West Circle between Northfield Drive and
Sweetwater Country Club Drive, and Grassy Ridge Lane.
Driveway access may be impacted at homes located on the following roads:
 Grassy Ridge Lane
 Golden Pine Court
 Silver Valley Court
 Valley Pine Circle
 Branch Hill Court
 Misty Ridge Court

UPCOMING ACTIVITIES: Roadway reconstruction continues. When road construction is near your home,
the crew will alert you to move your vehicle if vehicle access is needed. Please note that vehicles may
drive without an issue on the road base material.
After the service connection is completed, the septic tank will be “abandoned” in the next 1-2 weeks
following the connection. Sod installation will occur at the end of the project. The watering truck will
provide dust control throughout the day.

IRRIGATION UPDATE AND DAMAGE DUE TO CONSTRUCTION: Given the focus on roadway work, sidewalk
and service connections, in addition to the fact that the project will be in the residents’ yards two more
times in the near future, irrigation repairs will be prioritized. Broken pipes/leaks will be addressed soonest.
Adjustments to sprinkler heads and minor repairs will occur later in the project. If you have a broken
irrigation pipe, sprinkler head, or other damage due to construction, please contact Lisa Mark
(contact info below) who will notify the contractor of the needed repair.

TRASH PICKUP: If construction activity on your street could inhibit the trash truck, you may want to move
the container to facilitate access. The construction team has been helping with this as well. If you are
concerned about container mix-ups, you may want to mark your container for easy identification. I was
told each container should have a unique serial number.

WASTE/YARD WASTE PICKUP: If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the Orange
County Solid Waste Hotline at 407-836-6601 to request a pickup. Issues may also be reported via Orange
County’s 311 phone number.

OCPS SCHOOL BUS ROUTE: Orange County Public Schools Transportation has designated one stop in the
community at the northwest corner of Sweetwater County Club Drive and Sweetwater West Circle. To
allow for school bus movement and visibility, please do not park near the bus stop. If needed the OCPS
Transportation Area Manager Denise Delapaz in Apopka may be contacted at 407-884-2208 IP 5003210
or denise.delapaz@ocps.net.

For concerns or questions, please contact Lisa Mark at 407-338-3650 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com. This
number does not receive texts. Thank you!
 
 
Sweetwater West Construction Project Irrigation Meter Update
Week of May 20, 2023
This list indicates the properties planned to receive an irrigation meter. Click here
 
If your property is not included on the list and you would like to receive an irrigation meter, you need to complete and return this request form. Click here
 
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of May 15, 2023
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked
to use caution near construction areas and understand that weather or other unforeseen conditions
could affect this schedule.

THIS WEEK: Work will be ongoing Monday through Sunday. Lime rock will be placed on Grassy Ridge
Lane and Branch Hill Court with concrete curb and sidewalk work to follow. Paving is scheduled for
Valley Pine Circle and Misty Ridge Court end of week. Adjustments to water meter boxes will occur as
needed. The watering truck will provide dust control throughout the day. Please note that vehicles
may drive without an issue on the road base material.
Driveway access may be impacted at homes located on the following roads:
 Grassy Ridge Lane
 Valley Pine Circle
 Branch Hill Court
 Misty Ridge Court

UPCOMING ACTIVITIES: Roadway reconstruction has begun. When road construction is near your home,
you will be alerted by the crew to move your vehicle if vehicle access is needed. The multi-step process
includes:
1. Mix existing asphalt and road subgrade base material.
2. Install lime rock base.
3. Prime and sand the base.
4. Install structural asphalt layer.
5. Place final friction asphalt blacktop (at project end)

The construction focus is on connecting homes to the sewer service beginning in May and other work,
including concrete, road work, and repairs. Sod installation will occur at the end of the project.

IRRIGATION AND OTHER DAMAGE DUE TO CONSTRUCTION: If you have a broken irrigation pipe,
sprinkler head, or other damage due to construction, please contact Lisa Mark (contact info below) to
alert the contractor and follow up until the repair is completed.

TRASH PICKUP: If construction activity on your street could inhibit the trash truck, you may want to move
the container to facilitate access. The construction team has been helping with this as well. If you are
concerned about container mix-ups, you may want to mark your container for easy identification. I was
told each container should have a unique serial number.

WASTE/YARD WASTE PICKUP: If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the Orange
County Solid Waste Hotline at 407-836-6601 to request a pickup. Issues may also be reported via
Orange County’s 311 phone number.

OCPS SCHOOL BUS ROUTE: Orange County Public Schools Transportation has designated one stop in the
community at the northwest corner of Sweetwater County Club Drive and Sweetwater West Circle. To
allow for school bus movement and visibility, please do not park near the bus stop. If needed the OCPS
Transportation Area Manager Denise Delapaz in Apopka may be contacted at 407-884-2208 IP 5003210
or denise.delapaz@ocps.net.

For concerns or questions, please contact Lisa Mark at 407-338-3650 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com. This
number does not receive texts. Thank you!
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of April 30, 2023
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked
to use caution near construction areas and understand that weather or other unforeseen conditions
could affect this schedule.

THIS WEEK: Work will be ongoing Monday through Saturday. Gravity sewer line construction to
Wekiwa Highlands continues. Road base and temporary asphalt will be placed on Sweetwater West
Circle from Longhill Drive to Golden Pine Court. Concrete curb and sidewalk work continues at the
pump station and throughout the community. Lime rock will be placed on Valley Pine Circle.
Driveway access may be impacted at homes located on the following roads:
 Sweetwater West Circle from Longhill Drive to Golden Pine Court
 Valley Pine Circle

UPCOMING ACTIVITIES: Roadway reconstruction has begun. When road construction is near your home,
you will be alerted by the crew to move your vehicle if vehicle access is needed. The multi-step process
includes:
1. Mix existing asphalt and road subgrade base material.
2. Install lime rock base.
3. Prime and sand the base.
4. Install structural asphalt layer.
5. Place final friction asphalt blacktop (at project end)
The construction focus is on connecting homes to the sewer service beginning in early May and other
work, including concrete, road work, and repairs. Sod installation will occur at the end of the project.

IRRIGATION AND OTHER DAMAGE DUE TO CONSTRUCTION: If you have a broken irrigation pipe,
sprinkler head, or other damage due to construction, please contact Lisa Mark (contact info below) to
alert the contractor and follow up until the repair is completed.

TRASH PICKUP: If construction activity on your street could inhibit the trash truck, you may want to move
the container to facilitate access. The construction team has been helping with this as well. If you are
concerned about container mix-ups, you may want to mark your container for easy identification. I was
told each container should have a unique serial number.

WASTE/YARD WASTE PICKUP: If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the Orange
County Solid Waste Hotline at 407-836-6601 to request a pickup. Issues may also be reported via
Orange County’s 311 phone number.

OCPS SCHOOL BUS ROUTE: Orange County Public Schools Transportation has designated one stop in the
community at the northwest corner of Sweetwater County Club Drive and Sweetwater West Circle. To
allow for school bus movement and visibility, please do not park near the bus stop. If needed the OCPS
Transportation Area Manager Denise Delapaz in Apopka may be contacted at 407-884-2208 IP 5003210
or denise.delapaz@ocps.net.

For concerns or questions, please contact Lisa Mark at 407-338-3650 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com. This
number does not receive texts. Thank you!
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of April 23, 2023
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked to use caution near construction areas and understand that weather or other unforeseen conditions could affect this schedule.
 
SCHOOL BUS ROUTE CHANGE: As of Monday, April 24, the Orange County Public School (OCPS) bus stop will be changed to the stop sign on the northwest corner of Sweetwater County Club Drive and Sweetwater West Circle. Notes from OCPS transportation will be going home this week with the students.
 
THIS WEEK: Work will be ongoing Monday through Saturday. Gravity sewer line construction to Wekiwa Highlands will begin. Road base and temporary asphalt will be placed on Longhill Drive and the intersection of Longhill Drive and Sweetwater West Circle. Milling for the road base will take place on Valley Pine Circle. Concrete curb and sidewalk work continues at the pump station. Meters will be installed on Sweetwater West Circle homes from Northfield Drive toward Valley Pine Circle. Also, meter adjustments as needed will take place. Driveway access may be impacted at homes located on the following roads:
 Longhill Drive
 Sweetwater West Circle intersection at Longhill Drive
 Valley Pine Circle
 
UPCOMING ACTIVITIES: The construction focus is now on connecting homes to the sewer service beginning in early May and other work, including concrete, road work, and repairs. Sod installation will occur at the end of the project.
 
IRRIGATION AND OTHER DAMAGE DUE TO CONSTRUCTION: If you have a broken irrigation pipe, sprinkler head, or other damage due to construction, please contact Lisa Mark (contact info below) to alert the contractor and follow up until the repair is completed.
 
TRASH PICKUP: If construction activity on your street could inhibit the trash truck, you may want to move the container to facilitate access. The construction team has been helping with this as well. If you are concerned about container mix-ups, you may want to mark your container for easy identification. I was told each container should have a unique serial number.
 
WASTE/YARD WASTE PICKUP: If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the Orange County Solid Waste Hotline at 407-836-6601 to request a pickup. Issues may also be reported via Orange County’s 311 phone number.
 
OCPS SCHOOL BUS ROUTE: Orange County Public Schools Transportation has designated one stop in the community at the northwest corner of Sweetwater County Club Drive and Sweetwater West Circle. To allow for school bus movement and visibility, please do not park near the bus stop. If needed the OCPS Transportation Area Manager Denise Delapaz in Apopka may be contacted at 407-884-2208 IP 5003210 or denise.delapaz@ocps.net.
 
For concerns or questions, please contact Lisa Mark at 407-338-3650 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com. This number does not receive texts. Thank you!
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of March 26, 2023
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked
to use caution near construction areas and understand this schedule could be affected by weather or
other unforeseen conditions.

THIS WEEK: Work will be ongoing Monday through Saturday. Gravity sewer line construction and cleanout
installation work will take place on Sweetwater West Circle from Golden Pine Court west to Hidden
Meadow Way and on Golden Pine Court. Temporary asphalt will be placed on Hidden Meadow Way. A
concrete pour is planned for the pump station. Driveway access may be impacted at homes located on the
following roads:
 Sweetwater West Circle from Golden Pine Court west to Hidden Meadow Way
 Golden Pine Court
 Hidden Meadow Way

METER BOXES/NEW METER: Meter box installation will continue west on Sweetwater West Circle from
Branch Hill Court. Forms to sign up for free irrigation meters have been mailed from Orange County
Utilities and also emailed by the HOA.

IRRIGATION: If you have a broken irrigation pipe or sprinkler head due to construction, please
contact Lisa Mark (contact info below) to alert the contractor and follow up until the repair is completed.

TRASH PICKUP: If construction activity on your street could inhibit the trash truck, you may want to move
the container to facilitate access. The construction team has been helping with this as well. If you are
concerned about container mix-ups, you may want to mark your container for easy identification. I was
told each container should have a unique serial number.

WASTE/YARD WASTE PICKUP: If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the Orange
County Solid Waste Hotline at 407-836-6601 to request a pickup. Issues may also be reported via
Orange County’s 311 phone number.

OCPS SCHOOL BUS ROUTE: Orange County Public Schools Transportation has designated one stop in the
community at the northeast corner of Valley Pine Circle and Sweetwater West Circle. To allow for school
bus movement and visibility, please do not park near the bus stop. If needed the OCPS Transportation
Area Manager Denise Delapaz in Apopka may be contacted at 407-884-2208 IP 5003210 or
denise.delapaz@ocps.net.

For concerns or questions, please contact Lisa Mark at 407-338-3650 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com. This
number does not receive texts. Thank you!
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of March 19, 2023
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked
to use caution near construction areas and understand this schedule could be affected by weather or
other unforeseen conditions.

THIS WEEK: Work will be ongoing Monday through Saturday. Gravity sewer line construction and cleanout
installation work will take place on Sweetwater West Circle from Golden Pine Court west to Hidden
Meadow Way and on Golden Pine Court. Temporary asphalt will continue. A concrete pour is planned for
the pump station contingent on inspection. Driveway access may be impacted at homes located on the
following roads:
 Sweetwater West Circle from Golden Pine Court west to Hidden Meadow Way
 Golden Pine Court

METER BOXES/NEW METER: Meter box installation is temporarily on hold due to a part supply issue.
Forms to sign up for free irrigation meters have been mailed from Orange County Utilities and emailed by
the HOA.

IRRIGATION: If you have a broken irrigation pipe due to construction, please contact Lisa Mark
(contact info below) to alert the contractor and follow up until the repair is completed.

TRASH PICKUP: If there is construction activity on your street that could inhibit the trash truck, you may
want to move the container to facilitate access. The construction team has been helping with this as well.
If you are concerned about container mix-ups, you may want to mark your container for easy
identification. I was told each container should have a unique serial number.

WASTE/YARD WASTE PICKUP: If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the Orange
County Solid Waste Hotline at 407-836-6601 to request a pickup. Issues may also be reported via
Orange County’s 311 phone number.

OCPS SCHOOL BUS ROUTE: Orange County Public Schools Transportation has designated one stop in the
community at the northeast corner of Valley Pine Circle and Sweetwater West Circle. To allow for school
bus movement and visibility, please do not park near the bus stop. If needed the OCPS Transportation
Area Manager Denise Delapaz in Apopka may be contacted at 407-884-2208 IP 5003210 or
denise.delapaz@ocps.net.

For concerns or questions, please contact Lisa Mark at 407-338-3650 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com. This
number does not receive texts. Thank you!
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of March 12, 2023
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked
to use caution near construction areas and understand this schedule could be affected by weather or
other unforeseen conditions.

THIS WEEK: Work will be ongoing Monday through Friday. Gravity sewer line construction and cleanout
installation work will take place on Sweetwater West Circle west from the pump station to Hidden
Meadow Way. Temporary asphalt will continue. Meter box/meter installation is expected on Sweetwater
West Circle starting at 1600 Sweetwater West Circle and working towards Valley Pine Circle. Driveway
access may be impacted at homes located on the following roads:
 Sweetwater West Circle from Northfield Drive to Hidden Meadow Way

METER BOXES/NEW METER: Lapin Services and Orange County Utilities continue to install new meter
boxes and meters. Advance notice will be given about 30 minutes prior to the water cut-off needed to
make the connection to the new meter. As part of the process, Lapin will turn on the hose spigot to clear
the line of any air or soil that may have entered. After the meter connection, residents should run water
for two minutes through any water line (kitchen and bath) to make sure the line is clear of air and soil.
Forms to sign up for free irrigation meters will be mailed from Orange County Utilities and also emailed
by the HOA within the next few weeks.

SOD: The contractor is waiting for fresher sod but hoping to have it soon. Keep in mind that lawns will be
disturbed again when irrigation lines are tied in and when the septic tanks are abandoned. Before the
project completes, sod conditions will be inspected by Orange County Utilities for any needed
improvement per Orange County standards and specifications.

IRRIGATION: If you have a broken irrigation pipe due to construction, please contact Lisa Mark
(contact info below) to alert the contractor and follow up until the repair is completed.

TRASH PICKUP: If there is construction activity on your street that could inhibit the trash truck, you may
want to move the container to facilitate access. The construction team has been helping with this as well.
If you are concerned about container mix-ups, you may want to mark your container for easy
identification. I was told each container should have a unique serial number.

WASTE/YARD WASTE PICKUP: If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the Orange
County Solid Waste Hotline at 407-836-6601 to request a pickup. Issues may also be reported via
Orange County’s 311 phone number.

OCPS SCHOOL BUS ROUTE: Orange County Public Schools Transportation has designated one stop in the
community at the northeast corner of Valley Pine Circle and Sweetwater West Circle. To allow for school
bus movement and visibility, please do not park near the bus stop. If needed the OCPS Transportation
Area Manager Denise Delapaz in Apopka may be contacted at 407-884-2208 IP 5003210 or
denise.delapaz@ocps.net.

For concerns or questions, please contact Lisa Mark at 407-338-3650 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com. This
number does not receive texts. Thank you!
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of March 6, 2023
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked
to use caution near construction areas and understand this schedule could be affected by weather or
other unforeseen conditions.

THIS WEEK: Work will be ongoing Monday through Friday. Gravity sewer line construction and cleanout
installation work will take place on Sweetwater West Circle west from the pump station to Hidden
Meadow Way, followed by Golden Pine Court. Concrete is planned for Branch Hill Road. Temporary asphalt
will continue. Meter box/meter installation is expected on Longhill Drive and Silver Valley Court. Driveway
access may be impacted at homes located on the following roads:
 Sweetwater West Circle from Northfield Drive to Hidden Meadow Way
 Branch Hill Road
 Golden Pine Court

METER BOXES/NEW METER: Lapin Services and Orange County Utilities continue to install new meter
boxes and meters. Advance notice will be given about 30 minutes prior to the water cut-off needed to
make the connection to the new meter. As part of the process, Lapin will turn on the hose spigot to clear
the line of any air or soil that may have entered. After the meter connection, residents should run water
for two minutes through any water line (kitchen and bath) to make sure the line is clear of air and soil.

SOD: Apologies for the sod delay! The contractor is waiting for fresher sod and hoping to have it soon.
Keep in mind that lawns will be disturbed again when irrigation lines are tied in and when the septic tanks
are abandoned. Before the project completes, sod conditions will be inspected by Orange County Utilities
for any needed improvement per Orange County standards and specifications.

IRRIGATION: If you have a broken irrigation pipe due to construction, please contact Lisa Mark
(contact info below) to alert the contractor and follow up until the repair is completed.

TRASH PICKUP: If there is construction activity on your street that could inhibit the trash truck, you may
want to move the container to facilitate access. The construction team has been helping with this as well.
If you are concerned about container mix-ups, you may want to mark your container for easy
identification. I was told each container should have a unique serial number.

WASTE/YARD WASTE PICKUP: If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the Orange
County Solid Waste Hotline at 407-836-6601 to request a pickup. Issues may also be reported via
Orange County’s 311 phone number.

OCPS SCHOOL BUS ROUTE: Orange County Public Schools Transportation has designated one stop in the
community at the northeast corner of Valley Pine Circle and Sweetwater West Circle. To allow for school
bus movement and visibility, please do not park near the bus stop. If needed the OCPS Transportation
Area Manager Denise Delapaz in Apopka may be contacted at 407-884-2208 IP 5003210 or
denise.delapaz@ocps.net.

For concerns or questions, please contact Lisa Mark at 407-338-3650 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com. This
number does not receive texts. Thank you!
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of February 26, 2023
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked
to use caution near construction areas and understand this schedule could be affected by weather or
other unforeseen conditions.

THIS WEEK: Work will be ongoing Monday through Friday. Gravity sewer line construction and cleanout
installation work will take place on Sweetwater West Circle west from the pump station to Hidden
Meadow Way. Temporary asphalt will continue. Meter box/meter installation is expected on Branch Hill
Court. Driveway access may be impacted at homes located on the following roads:
 Sweetwater West Circle from Northfield Drive to Hidden Meadow Way

METER BOXES/NEW METER: Lapin Services and Orange County Utilities continue to install new meter
boxes and meters. Advance notice will be given about 30 minutes prior to the water cut-off needed to
make the connection to the new meter. As part of the process, Lapin will turn on the hose spigot to clear
the line of any air or soil that may have entered. After the meter connection, residents should run water
for two minutes through any water line (kitchen and bath) to make sure the line is clear of air and soil.

SOD: Sod is not expected next week as we are waiting for fresher sod. Keep in mind that lawns will be
disturbed again when irrigation lines are tied in and when the septic tanks are abandoned. Before the
project completes, sod conditions will be inspected by Orange County Utilities for any needed
improvement per Orange County standards and specifications.

IRRIGATION: If you have a broken irrigation pipe due to construction, please contact Lisa Mark
(contact info below) to alert the contractor and follow up until the repair is completed.

TRASH PICKUP: If there is construction activity on your street that could inhibit the trash truck, you may
want to move the container to facilitate access. The construction team has been helping with this as well.
If you are concerned about container mix-ups, you may want to mark your container for easy
identification. I was told each container should have a unique serial number.

WASTE/YARD WASTE PICKUP: If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the Orange
County Solid Waste Hotline at 407-836-6601 to request a pickup. Issues may also be reported via
Orange County’s 311 phone number.

OCPS SCHOOL BUS ROUTE: Orange County Public Schools Transportation has designated one stop in the
community at the northeast corner of Valley Pine Circle and Sweetwater West Circle. To allow for school
bus movement and visibility, please do not park near the bus stop. If needed the OCPS Transportation
Area Manager Denise Delapaz in Apopka may be contacted at 407-884-2208 IP 5003210 or
denise.delapaz@ocps.net.

For concerns or questions, please contact Lisa Mark at 407-338-3650 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com. This
number does not receive texts. Thank you!
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of February 19, 2023
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked
to use caution near construction areas and understand this schedule could be affected by weather or
other unforeseen conditions.

THIS WEEK: Work will be ongoing Monday through Friday. Gravity sewer line construction and cleanout
installation work will take place on Barnwood Place, Sweetwater West Circle west from the pump station
to Hidden Meadow Way and Sweetwater West Circle from Longhill Drive (south intersection) to Barnwood
Place. Temporary asphalt and the meter box installation will continue. Driveway access may be impacted at
homes located on the following roads:
 Sweetwater West Circle from Northfield Drive to Hidden Meadow Way
 Sweetwater West Circle from Longhill Drive to Barnwood Place
 Barnwood Place
 Branch Hill Court

SOD: Lawns will be disturbed again when irrigation lines are tied in and when the septic tanks are
abandoned. Before the project completes, sod conditions will be inspected by Orange County Utilities for
any needed improvement per Orange County standards and specifications.

IRRIGATION: If you have a broken irrigation pipe due to construction, please contact Lisa Mark
(contact info below) to alert the contractor and follow up until the repair is completed.

TRASH PICKUP: If there is construction activity on your street that could inhibit the trash truck, you may
want to move the container to facilitate access. The construction team has been helping with this as well.
If you are concerned about container mix-ups, you may want to mark your container for easy
identification. I was told each container should have a unique serial number.

WASTE/YARD WASTE PICKUP: If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the Orange
County Solid Waste Hotline at 407-836-6601 to request a pickup. Issues may also be reported via
Orange County’s 311 phone number.

OCPS SCHOOL BUS ROUTE: Orange County Public Schools Transportation has designated one stop in the
community at the northeast corner of Valley Pine Circle and Sweetwater West Circle. To allow for school
bus movement and visibility, please do not park near the bus stop. If needed the OCPS Transportation
Area Manager Denise Delapaz in Apopka may be contacted at 407-884-2208 IP 5003210 or
denise.delapaz@ocps.net.

For concerns or questions, please contact Lisa Mark at 407-338-3650 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com. This
number does not receive texts. Thank you!
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of February 6, 2023
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are
asked to use caution near construction areas and understand this schedule could be affected by weather
or other unforeseen conditions.

TRAFFIC IMPACTS: The Northfield entrance/exit gate was reopened on Friday, February 3. The main
entrance gate is no longer needed completely open. It will work as usual starting Sunday, February 5.
THIS WEEK: Work will be ongoing Monday through Saturday. Gravity sewer line construction and cleanout
installation work will take place on Sweetwater West Circle around Hidden Meadow Way. Temporary
asphalt is planned for Barnwood Place. The double-meter installation began. Crews will continue placing
sod next week; homes first impacted by construction will be addressed first. Driveway access may be
impacted at homes located on the following roads:
 Sweetwater West Circle near Hidden Meadow Way
 Barnwood Place
Due to weather and construction materials available, the project end date is June 2023.

SOD: Some sod delivered recently was not in good condition. This sod delivery was allowed for erosion
control. Lawns will be disturbed again when irrigation lines are tied in and when the septic tanks are
abandoned. Before the project completes, sod conditions will be inspected by Orange County Utilities for
any needed improvement per Orange County standards and specifications.

IRRIGATION: If you have a broken irrigation pipe due to construction, please contact Lisa Mark
(contact info below) to alert the contractor and follow up until the repair is completed.
TRASH PICKUP: If there is construction activity on your street that could inhibit the trash truck, you may
want to move the container to facilitate access. The construction team has been helping with this as well.
If you are concerned about container mix-ups, you may want to mark your container for easy
identification. I was told each container should have a unique serial number.

WASTE/YARD WASTE PICKUP: If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the Orange
County Solid Waste Hotline at 407-836-6601 to request a pickup. Issues may also be reported via
Orange County’s 311 phone number.

SERVICE CONNECTIONS TO HOMES: Lapin Services installs the sewer line from the cleanout to the
homes. To do this they dig a trench about two feet wide at the homes. Once the pipe has passed testing,
the trench will be backfilled. Prime Construction will sod the area as soon as possible pending sod
delivery. If Lapin Services has reached out to you and you have not yet done so, please complete the
Orange County permit to allow them to work on the service connection. Kindly call new contact Jessica
Edwards, Lapin Services, at 407-841-8200 or email jessicaedwards@lapinservices.com with any
questions.

OCPS SCHOOL BUS ROUTE: Orange County Public Schools Transportation has designated one stop in the
community at the northeast corner of Valley Pine Circle and Sweetwater West Circle. To allow for school
bus movement and visibility, please do not park near the bus stop. If needed the OCPS Transportation
Area Manager Denise Delapaz in Apopka may be contacted at 407-884-2208 IP 5003210 or
denise.delapaz@ocps.net.
 
For concerns or questions, please contact Lisa Mark at 407-338-3650 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com.
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of January 30, 2023
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are
asked to use caution near construction areas and understand this schedule could be affected by weather
or other unforeseen conditions.

TRAFFIC IMPACTS: The Northfield entrance/exit gate ramp is closed for gravity sewer work and will
reopen by Friday.

THIS WEEK: Work will be ongoing Monday through Saturday. Gravity sewer line construction and cleanout
installation work will take place on Sweetwater West Circle around Hidden Meadow Way. Temporary
asphalt is planned for Barnwood Place. The double-meter installation will begin. Crews will continue
placing sod next week; homes first impacted by construction will be addressed first. Driveway access may
be impacted at homes located on the following roads:
 Sweetwater West Circle near Hidden Meadow Way
 Barnwood Place
Due to weather and construction materials available, the project end date is June 2023.

SOD: Some sod delivered recently was not in good condition. This sod delivery was allowed for erosion
control. Lawns will be disturbed again when irrigation lines are tied in and when the septic tanks are
abandoned. Before the project completes, sod conditions will be inspected by Orange County Utilities for
any needed improvement per Orange County standards and specifications.

IRRIGATION: If you have a broken irrigation pipe due to construction, please contact Lisa Mark
(contact info below) to alert the contractor and follow up until the repair is completed.

TRASH PICKUP: If there is construction activity on your street that could inhibit the trash truck, you may
want to move the container to facilitate access. The construction team has been helping with this as well.
If you are concerned about container mix-ups, you may want to mark your container for easy
identification. I was told each container should have a unique serial number.

WASTE/YARD WASTE PICKUP: If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the Orange
County Solid Waste Hotline at 407-836-6601 to request a pickup. Issues may also be reported via
Orange County’s 311 phone number.

SERVICE CONNECTIONS TO HOMES: Lapin Services installs the sewer line from the cleanout to the
homes. To do this they dig a trench about two feet wide at the homes. Once the pipe has passed testing,
the trench will be backfilled. Prime Construction will sod the area as soon as possible pending sod
delivery. If Lapin Services has reached out to you and you have not yet done so, please complete the
Orange County permit to allow them to work on the service connection. Kindly call new contact Jessica
Edwards, Lapin Services, at 407-841-8200 or email jessicaedwards@lapinservices.com with any
questions.

OCPS SCHOOL BUS ROUTE: Orange County Public Schools Transportation has designated one stop in the
community at the northeast corner of Valley Pine Circle and Sweetwater West Circle. To allow for school
bus movement and visibility, please do not park near the bus stop. If needed the OCPS Transportation
Area Manager Denise Delapaz in Apopka may be contacted at 407-884-2208 IP 5003210 or
denise.delapaz@ocps.net.
 
For concerns or questions, please contact Lisa Mark at 407-338-3650 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com.
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of January 22, 2023
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are
asked to use caution near construction areas and understand this schedule could be affected by weather
or other unforeseen conditions.

TRAFFIC IMPACTS: The Northfield entrance/exit gate will be closed for one week to allow for gravity
sewer work.

PLUMBING PERMITS: The Quest team will be reaching out to some residents for final permit completion.

THIS WEEK: Work will be ongoing Monday through Friday. Gravity sewer line construction and cleanout
installation work will take place on Sweetwater West Circle west to Golden Pine Court and on Barnwood
Place. Temporary asphalt is planned for Sweetwater West Circle from north of Barnwood Place. Crews will
continue placing sod next week; homes first impacted by construction will be addressed first. Driveway
access may be impacted at homes located on the following roads:
 Sweetwater West Circle from Barnwood Place to Golden Pine Court
 Barnwood Place
Due to weather and construction materials availability, the project end date extension to June 2023
is under consideration by the county.

IRRIGATION: If you have a broken irrigation pipe due to construction, please contact Lisa Mark
(contact info below) to alert the contractor and follow up until the repair is completed.

TRASH PICKUP: If there is construction activity on your street that could inhibit the trash truck, you may
want to move the container to facilitate access. The construction team has been helping with this as well.
If you are concerned about container mix-ups, you may want to mark your container for easy
identification. I was told each container should have a unique serial number.

WASTE/YARD WASTE PICKUP: If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the Orange
County Solid Waste Hotline at 407-836-6601 to request a pickup. Issues may also be reported via
Orange County’s 311 phone number.

SERVICE CONNECTIONS TO HOMES: Lapin Services installs the sewer line from the cleanout to the
homes. To do this they dig a trench about two feet wide at the homes. Once the pipe has passed testing,
the trench will be backfilled. Prime Construction will sod the area as soon as possible pending sod
delivery. If Lapin Services has reached out to you and you have not yet done so, please complete the
Orange County permit to allow them to work on the service connection. Kindly call new contact Jessica
Edwards, Lapin Services, at 407-841-8200 or email jessicaedwards@lapinservices.com with any
questions.

OCPS SCHOOL BUS ROUTE: Orange County Public Schools Transportation has designated one stop in the
community at Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Sweetwater West Circle. To allow for school bus
movement and visibility, please do not park near the bus stop. If needed the OCPS Transportation Area
Manager Denise Delapaz in Apopka may be contacted at 407-884-2208 IP 5003210 or
denise.delapaz@ocps.net.

For concerns or questions, please contact Lisa’s colleague Public Information Officer Maria C. Durango at
407-338-3650 or mariaclaudia.durango@qcausa.com until January 19, 2023.
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of January 15, 2023
 
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked to use caution near construction areas and understand this schedule could be affected by weather or other unforeseen conditions. 
 
THIS WEEK: Work will be ongoing Tuesday through Friday. Gravity sewer line construction and cleanout installation continue on Sweetwater West Circle towards Northfield Drive and on Branch Hill Court and Barnwood Place. Temporary asphalt is planned for Sweetwater West Circle from Barnwood Place to Hidden Meadow Way. Installation of manholes and sanitary sewer gravity pipes will continue in Longhill Drive. Crews will continue placing sod on Wednesday; homes first impacted by construction will be addressed first. Driveway access may be impacted at homes located on the following roads:
 
·         Sweetwater West Circle towards Northfield Drive
·         Branch Hill Court
·         Barnwood Place
·         as well as the locations listed in the Lapin section
 
Lapin Services will be working next week on the remaining 12 houses in the community and will continue work on homes that are in process.
 
Due to weather and construction materials availability, the project end date extension to June 2023 is under consideration by the county.
 
IRRIGATION: If you have a broken irrigation pipe due to construction, please contact Lisa Mark (contact info below) to alert the contractor and follow up until the repair is completed.
 
PLUMBING PERMIT DELAYS: There is a second page of the plumbing permit that needs to be signed before work can start. Please remember to sign the second page of the plumbing permit to avoid delays. Lapin Services is currently pending completed permits. The plumbing supervisor Nelson continues going door-to-door for missing signatures.
 
TRASH PICKUP: If there is construction activity on your street that could inhibit the trash truck, you may want to move the container to facilitate access. The construction team has been helping with this as well. If you are concerned about container mix-ups, you may want to mark your container for easy identification. I was told each container should have a unique serial number.
 
WASTE/YARD WASTE PICKUP: If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the Orange County Solid Waste Hotline at 407-836-6601 to request a pickup. Issues may also be reported via Orange County’s 311 phone number.
 
SERVICE CONNECTIONS TO HOMES: Lapin Services installs the sewer line from the cleanout to the homes. To do this they dig a trench about two feet wide at the homes. Once the pipe has passed testing, the trench will be backfilled. Prime Construction will sod the area as soon as possible pending sod delivery.  If Lapin Services has reached out to you and you have not yet done so, please complete the Orange County permit to allow them to work on the service connection. Kindly call new contact Jessica Edwards, Lapin Services, at 407-841-8200 or email jessicaedwards@lapinservices.com with any questions.
 
OCPS SCHOOL BUS ROUTE: Orange County Public Schools Transportation has designated one stop in the community at Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Sweetwater West Circle. To allow for school bus movement and visibility, please do not park near the bus stop. If needed the OCPS Transportation Area Manager Denise Delapaz in Apopka may be contacted at 407-884-2208 IP 5003210 or  denise.delapaz@ocps.net.
 
For concerns or questions, please contact Lisa’s colleague Public Information Officer Maria C. Durango at 407-338-3650 or mariaclaudia.durango@qcausa.com until January 19, 2023.
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of January 8, 2023
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are
asked to use caution near construction areas and understand this schedule could be affected by weather
or other unforeseen conditions.

1. THIS WEEK: Work will be ongoing Monday through Friday. Gravity sewer line construction and
cleanout installation will continue on Sweetwater West Circle towards Northfield Drive and on
Branch Hill Court. Barnwood Place will possibly be completed this week. Temporary asphalt is
planned for Sweetwater West Circle from Barnwood Place to Hidden Meadow Way. There will be
no sod this week. Driveway access may be impacted at the following homes:
 Homes on Sweetwater West Circle towards Northfield Drive, Branch Hill Court and
Barnwood Place, as well as the locations listed in the Lapin section below:
Lapin Services will be working on the following homes in this order:
 Branch Hill Court: 1396, 1387
 Longhill Drive: 1304, 1319
 Grassy Ridge: 1536, 1545
 Barnwood: 1301, 1317
 Branch Hill Court: 1395, 1365 (Tentative this week or next week)
 
IRRIGATION: If you have a broken irrigation pipe due to construction, please contact Lisa Mark
(contact info below) to alert the contractor and follow up until the repair is completed

PLUMBING PERMIT DELAYS: There is a second page of the plumbing permit that needs to be signed
before work can start. Please remember to sign the second page of the plumbing permit to avoid delays.
Lapin Services is currently pending completed permits. The plumbing supervisor Nelson continues going
door-to-door for missing signatures.

TRASH PICK-UP: If there is construction activity on your street that could inhibit the trash truck, you may
want to move the container to facilitate access. The construction team has been helping with this as well.
If you are concerned about container mix-ups, you may want to mark your container for easy
identification. I was told each container should a unique serial number.

WASTE/YARD WASTE PICK-UP: If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the Orange
County Solid Waste Hotline at 407-836-6601 to request a pick-up. Issues may also be reported via
Orange County’s 311 phone number.

SERVICE CONNECTIONS TO HOMES: Lapin Services installs the sewer line from the cleanout to the
homes below. To do this they dig a trench about two feet wide at the homes below. Once the pipe has
passed testing, the trench will be backfilled. Prime Construction will sod the area as soon as possible
pending sod delivery. If Lapin Services has reached out to you and you have not yet done so, please
complete the Orange County permit to allow them to work on the service connection. Kindly call new
contact Jessica Edwards, Lapin Services, at 407-841-8200 or jessicaedwards@lapinservices.com with
any questions.

OCPS SCHOOL BUS ROUTE: Orange County Public Schools Transportation has designated one stop in the
community at Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Sweetwater West Circle. To allow for school bus
movement and visibility, please do not park near the bus stop. If needed the OCPS Transportation
contact is: Denise Delapaz, Area Manager, Apopka: 407-884-2208 IP 5003210; denise.delapaz@ocps.net
 
For concerns or questions, please contact Lisa’s colleague Public Information Officer Maria C. Durango at
407-338-3650 or mariaclaudia.durango@qcausa.com until January 19, 2023.
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of January 1, 2023
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are
asked to use caution near construction areas and understand this schedule could be affected by weather
or other unforeseen conditions.

THIS WEEK: Work will be ongoing Tuesday through Friday. Gravity sewer line construction and cleanout
installation continue on Sweetwater West Circle towards Northfield Drive and on Branch Hill Court and
Barnwood Place. Temporary asphalt is planned for Sweetwater West Circle from Barnwood Place to
Hidden Meadow Way. There will be no sod this week. Driveway access may be impacted at the following
homes:
 Homes on Sweetwater West Circle towards Northfield Drive, Branch Hill Court and Barnwood
Place, as well as the locations listed in the Lapin section below:
Lapin Services will be working on the following homes in this order:
 Valley Pine Circle: 1426, 1441
 Barnwood Place: 1317
 Hidden Meadow Way: 1434, 1441
 Silver Valley Court: 1808, 1809
 Branch Hill Court: 1309, 1396
 Sweetwater West Circle: 1612, 1743

IRRIGATION: If you have a broken irrigation pipe due to construction, please contact Lisa Mark
(contact info below) to alert the contractor and follow up until the repair is completed
 
PLUMBING PERMIT DELAYS: There is a second page of the plumbing permit that needs to be signed
before work can start. Please remember to sign the second page of the plumbing permit to avoid delays.
Lapin Services is currently pending completed permits. The plumbing supervisor Nelson continues going
door-to-door for missing signatures.

TRASH PICK-UP: If there is construction activity on your street that could inhibit the trash truck, you may
want to move the container to facilitate access. The construction team has been helping with this as well.
If you are concerned about container mix-ups, you may want to mark your container for easy
identification. I was told each container should a unique serial number.

WASTE/YARD WASTE PICK-UP: If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the Orange
County Solid Waste Hotline at 407-836-6601 to request a pick-up. Issues may also be reported via
Orange County’s 311 phone number.

SERVICE CONNECTIONS TO HOMES: Lapin Services installs the sewer line from the cleanout to the
homes below. To do this they dig a trench about two feet wide at the homes below. Once the pipe has
passed testing, the trench will be backfilled. Prime Construction will sod the area as soon as possible
pending sod delivery. If Lapin Services has reached out to you and you have not yet done so, please
complete the Orange County permit to allow them to work on the service connection. Kindly call new
contact Jessica Edwards, Lapin Services, at 407-841-8200 or jessicaedwards@lapinservices.com with
any questions.
 
OCPS SCHOOL BUS ROUTE: Orange County Public Schools Transportation has designated one stop in the
community at Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Sweetwater West Circle. To allow for school bus
movement and visibility, please do not park near the bus stop. If needed the OCPS Transportation
contact is: Denise Delapaz, Area Manager, Apopka: 407-884-2208 IP 5003210; denise.delapaz@ocps.net
 
For concerns or questions, please contact Public Information Officer Lisa Mark at 407-338-3650 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com.
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of December 25, 2022

WISHING EVERYONE A SAFE AND HAPPY HOLIDAY AHEAD!
 
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are
asked to use caution near construction areas and understand this schedule could be affected by weather
or other unforeseen conditions.
 
PLUMBING PERMIT DELAYS: There is a second page of the plumbing permit that needs to be signed
before work can start. Please remember to sign the second page of the plumbing permit to avoid delays.
Lapin Services is currently pending completed permits. The plumbing supervisor Nelson continues going
door-to-door for missing signatures.
 
THIS WEEK: Work will be ongoing Tuesday through Friday. Gravity sewer line construction and cleanout
installation continue on Sweetwater West Circle towards Hidden Meadow Way and on Branch Hill Court
and Longhill Drive. Temporary asphalt is planned for Sweetwater West Circle from Branch Hill Court
towards Barnwood Place and on Branch Hill Court. Crews continue placing sod as available; homes first
impacted by construction will be addressed first. Driveway access may be impacted at the following
homes:
 Homes on Sweetwater West Circle from Branch Hill Court, Longhill Drive, Branch Hill Court
Valley Pine and Hidden Meadow Way.
Lapin Services will be working on the following homes in this order:
 Valley Pine Circle: 1426, 1441
 
IRRIGATION: If you have a broken irrigation pipe due to construction, please contact Lisa Mark
(contact info below) to alert the contractor and follow up until the repair is completed
 
TRASH PICK-UP: If there is construction activity on your street that could inhibit the trash truck, you may
want to move the container to facilitate access. The construction team has been helping with this as well.
If you are concerned about container mix-ups, you may want to mark your container for easy
identification. I was told each container should a unique serial number.
 
WASTE/YARD WASTE PICK-UP: If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the Orange
County Solid Waste Hotline at 407-836-6601 to request a pick-up. Issues may also be reported via
Orange County’s 311 phone number.
 
SERVICE CONNECTIONS TO HOMES: Lapin Services installs the sewer line from the cleanout to the
homes below. To do this they dig a trench about two feet wide at the homes below. Once the pipe has
passed testing, the trench will be backfilled. Prime Construction will sod the area as soon as possible
pending sod delivery. If Lapin Services has reached out to you and you have not yet done so, please
complete the Orange County permit to allow them to work on the service connection. Kindly call new
contact Jessica Edwards, Lapin Services, at 407-841-8200 or jessicaedwards@lapinservices.com with
any questions.
 
OCPS SCHOOL BUS ROUTE: Orange County Public Schools Transportation has designated one stop in the
community at Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Sweetwater West Circle. To allow for school bus
movement and visibility, please do not park near the bus stop. If needed the OCPS Transportation
contact is: Denise Delapaz, Area Manager, Apopka: 407-884-2208 IP 5003210; denise.delapaz@ocps.net
 
For concerns or questions, please contact Public Information Officer Lisa Mark at 407-338-3650 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com.
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of December 18, 2022
 
WISHING EVERYONE A HAPPY HOLIDAY AHEAD!
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are
asked to use caution near construction areas and understand this schedule could be affected by weather
or other unforeseen conditions.
 
TRAFFIC ALERT: Due to an issue at the asphalt plant today, Prime will need to close the Northfield
entrance around 9 a.m. Monday morning to place asphalt. The closure should last less than an hour.
 
PLUMBING PERMIT DELAYS: There is a second page of the plumbing permit that needs to be signed
before work can start. Please remember to sign the second page of the plumbing permit to avoid delays.
Lapin Services is currently pending completed permits. The plumbing supervisor Nelson continues going
door-to-door for missing signatures.
 
THIS WEEK: Work will be ongoing Monday through Thursday. Gravity sewer line construction and
cleanout installation continue on Sweetwater West Circle and Hidden Meadow Way. Temporary asphalt is
planned for Sweetwater West Circle from Branch Hill Court towards Barnwood Place. Crews continue
placing sod; homes first impacted by construction will be addressed first. Driveway access may be
impacted at the following homes:
 Homes on Sweetwater West Circle from Branch Hill Court and Hidden Meadow Way.
 
IRRIGATION: If you have a broken irrigation pipe due to construction, please contact Lisa Mark
(contact info below) to alert the contractor and follow up until the repair is completed
 
TRASH PICK-UP: If there is construction activity on your street that could inhibit the trash truck, you may
want to move the container to facilitate access. The construction team has been helping with this as well.
If you are concerned about container mix-ups, you may want to mark your container for easy
identification. I was told each container should a unique serial number.
 
WASTE/YARD WASTE PICK-UP: If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the Orange
County Solid Waste Hotline at 407-836-6601 to request a pick-up. Issues may also be reported via
Orange County’s 311 phone number.
 
SERVICE CONNECTIONS TO HOMES: Lapin Services installs the sewer line from the cleanout to the
homes below. To do this they dig a trench about two feet wide at the homes below. Once the pipe has
passed testing, the trench will be backfilled. Prime Construction will sod the area as soon as possible
pending sod delivery. If Lapin Services has reached out to you and you have not yet done so, please
complete the Orange County permit to allow them to work on the service connection. Kindly call new
contact Jessica Edwards, Lapin Services, at 407-841-8200 or jessicaedwards@lapinservices.com with
any questions.
 
OCPS SCHOOL BUS ROUTE: Orange County Public Schools Transportation has designated one stop in the
community at Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Sweetwater West Circle. To allow for school bus
movement and visibility, please do not park near the bus stop. If needed the OCPS Transportation
contact is: Denise Delapaz, Area Manager, Apopka: 407-884-2208 IP 5003210; denise.delapaz@ocps.net
 
For concerns or questions, please contact Public Information Officer Lisa Mark at 407-338-3650 or  lisa.mark@qcausa.com.
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of November 27, 2022
 
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are
asked to use caution near construction areas and understand this schedule could be affected by weather
or other unforeseen conditions.

TRAFFIC ALERT: Nightwork on Welch Road east of the community entrance continues. Expect nightly lane
closures as needed from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m., Sunday through Thursday.

TRASH PICK-UP: If there is construction activity on your street that could inhibit the trash truck, you may
want to move the container to facilitate access. The construction team has been helping with this as well.
If you are concerned about container mix-ups, you may want to mark your container for easy
identification. I was told each container should a unique serial number.

MISSING TRASH BIN: If you live on Valley Pine Circle and have an extra trash bin from last week, please
return the bin to 1349 Valley Pine Circle. It would be greatly appreciated 

THIS WEEK: Work will be ongoing Monday through Saturday. Gravity sewer line construction and cleanout
installation continue on Valley Pine Circle, Sweetwater West Circle, and at the intersection of Longhill
Drive and Silver Valley Court. Temporary asphalt is planned for Sweetwater West Circle near Branch Hill
Court. Crews will begin placing sod and establishing concrete sidewalks. Those homes first impacted by
construction will be addressed first. Sod and concrete work will continue through the following week.
Driveway access may be impacted at the following homes:
 Homes on Sweetwater West Circle from Valley Pine Circle
 Homes on Longhill Drive. Barnwood Place, Branch Hill Court, Silver Valley Court, and Valley Pine
Circle
Lapin Services will be working on the following homes in this order:
Branch Hill Ct: 1324, 1333,1341, 1349, 1357, 1364, 1372, 1388
Silver Valley Court: 1817, 1816

WASTE/YARD WASTE PICK-UP: If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the Orange
County Solid Waste Hotline at 407-836-6601 to request a pick-up. Issues may also be reported via
Orange County’s 311 phone number.

IRRIGATION: If you have a broken irrigation pipe due to construction, please contact Lisa Mark
(contact info below) to alert the contractor and follow up until the repair is completed.

SERVICE CONNECTIONS TO HOMES: Lapin Services installs the sewer line from the cleanout to the
homes below. To do this they dig a trench about two feet wide at the homes below. Once the pipe has
passed testing, the trench will be backfilled. Prime Construction will sod the area as soon as possible
pending sod delivery. If Lapin Services has reached out to you and you have not yet done so, please
complete the Orange County permit to allow them to work on the service connection. Kindly call new
contact Jessica Edwards, Lapin Services, at 407-841-8200 or jessicaedwards@lapinservices.com with
any questions.

OCPS SCHOOL BUS ROUTE: Orange County Public Schools Transportation has designated one stop in the
community at Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Sweetwater West Circle. To allow for school bus
movement and visibility, please do not park near the bus stop. If needed the OCPS Transportation
contact is: Denise Delapaz, Area Manager, Apopka: 407-884-2208 IP 5003210; denise.delapaz@ocps.net

For concerns or questions, please contact Public Information Officer Lisa Mark at 407-338-3650 or
lisa.mark@qcausa.com.
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of November 20, 2022
Happy Thanksgiving to all!
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are
asked to use caution near construction areas and understand this schedule could be affected by weather
or other unforeseen conditions.

TRAFFIC ALERT: Nightwork for the gravity sewer lines on Welch Road east of the community entrance
continues. Expect nightly lane closures as needed from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m., Sunday through Wednesday.

THIS WEEK: Work will be ongoing Monday through Wednesday, with respect to the upcoming holiday.
Lapin Services will be working on the following homes in this order:
 Branch Hill Court: 1324, 1333, 1341, 1349, 1357, 1364, 1372, 1388
Gravity sewer line construction and cleanout installation continue on Valley Pine Circle and Sweetwater
West Circle. Temporary asphalt is planned for Sweetwater West Circle from south Valley Pine Circle
heading south/west, and some of Valley Pine Circle. Driveway access may be impacted at the following
homes:
 Homes on Sweetwater West Circle from Valley Pine Circle
 Homes on Longhill Drive. Barnwood Place, Branch Hill Road, and Valley Pine Circle

SOD: If you have been waiting for sod or need sod replacement, please let me know.

WASTE/YARD WASTE PICK-UP: If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the Orange
County Solid Waste Hotline at 407-836-6601 to request a pick-up. Issues may also be reported via
Orange County’s 311 phone number.

IRRIGATION: If you have a broken irrigation pipe due to construction, please contact Lisa Mark
(contact info below) to alert the contractor and follow up until the repair is completed.

SERVICE CONNECTIONS TO HOMES: Lapin Services installs the sewer line from the cleanout to the
homes below. To do this they dig a trench about two feet wide at the homes below. Once the pipe has
passed testing, the trench will be backfilled. Prime Construction will sod the area as soon as possible
pending sod delivery. If Lapin Services has reached out to you and you have not yet done so, please
complete the Orange County permit to allow them to work on the service connection. Kindly call new
contact Jessica Edwards, Lapin Services, at 407-841-8200 or jessicaedwards@lapinservices.com with
any questions.

OCPS SCHOOL BUS ROUTE: Orange County Public Schools Transportation has designated one stop in the
community at Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Sweetwater West Circle. To allow for school bus
movement and visibility, please do not park near the bus stop. If needed the OCPS Transportation
contact is: Denise Delapaz, Area Manager, Apopka: 407-884-2208 IP 5003210; denise.delapaz@ocps.net

For concerns or questions, please contact Public Information Officer Lisa Mark at 407-338-3650 or
lisa.mark@qcausa.com.
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of November 14, 2022
Hoping that the impacts from hurricane Nicole were minimal for the community, family, and friends!
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are
asked to use caution near construction areas and understand this schedule could be affected by weather
or other unforeseen conditions.

THIS WEEK: Due to the hurricane last week, Lapin was not able to reach some of the planned homes for
last week. Work will be ongoing Monday through Saturday. This week, Lapin Services will be working on
the following homes in this order:
 Valley Pine Circle: 1325, 1340
 Branch Hill Road: 1379, 1380
 Barnwood Place: 1309

Gravity sewer line construction and cleanout installation continue on Valley Pine Circle and Sweetwater
West Circle from Branch Hill Court approaching Hidden Meadow Way. Air testing will take place on
Longhill Drive. Temporary asphalt is scheduled on Sweetwater West Circle from south Valley Pine Circle
heading west towards Branch Hill Court. Driveway access may be impacted at the following homes:
 Homes on Sweetwater West Circle from Longhill Drive to Hidden Meadow Way
 Homes on Longhill Drive. Barnwood Place, Branch Hill Road, Valley Pine Circle, and Silver
Valley Court (given gravity sewer work on Longhill Drive).

SOD: Last week, the crews started preparing the lawn areas for sod installation. Sod installation is
scheduled for this week. Thank you for your patience with the sod replacement!

WASTE/YARD WASTE PICK-UP: If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the Orange
County Solid Waste Hotline at 407-836-6601 to request a pick-up. Issues may also be reported via
Orange County’s 311 phone number.

IRRIGATION: If you have a broken irrigation pipe due to construction, please contact Lisa Mark
(contact info below) to alert the contractor and follow up until the repair is completed.

SERVICE CONNECTIONS TO HOMES: Lapin Services installs the sewer line from the cleanout to the
homes below. To do this they dig a trench about two feet wide at the homes below. Once the pipe has
passed testing, the trench will be backfilled. Prime Construction will sod the area as soon as possible
pending sod delivery. If Lapin Services has reached out to you and you have not yet done so, please
complete the Orange County permit to allow them to work on the service connection. Kindly call new
contact Jessica Edwards, Lapin Services, at 407-841-8200 or jessicaedwards@lapinservices.com with
any questions.

OCPS SCHOOL BUS ROUTE: Orange County Public Schools Transportation has designated one stop in the
community at Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Sweetwater West Circle. To allow for school bus
movement and visibility, please do not park near the bus stop. If needed the OCPS Transportation
contact is: Denise Delapaz, Area Manager, Apopka: 407-884-2208 IP 5003210; denise.delapaz@ocps.net
 
For concerns or questions, please contact Public Information Officer Lisa Mark at 407-338-3650 or
lisa.mark@qcausa.com.
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of November 4, 2022
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are
asked to use caution near construction areas and understand this schedule could be affected by weather
or other unforeseen conditions.

For concerns or questions, please contact Public Information Officer Lisa Mark at 407-338-3650 or
lisa.mark@qcausa.com.

TRAFFIC ALERT: Nightwork for the gravity sewer lines on Welch Road east of the community entrance
continues. Expect some noise and nightly lane closures as needed from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m., Sunday through
Thursday.

SERVICE CONNECTIONS TO HOMES: If Lapin Services has reached out to you and you have not yet done
so, please complete the Orange County permit to allow them to work on the service connection. Kindly
call new contact Jessica Edwards, Lapin Services, at 407-841-8200 or
jessicaedwards@lapinservices.com with any questions.

THIS WEEK: Work will be ongoing Monday through Saturday. Lapin Services will be installing the sewer
line from the cleanout to the homes below. To do this they will need to dig a trench about two feet wide
at the homes below. Once the pipe has passed testing, the trench will be backfilled. Prime Construction
will sod the area as soon as possible pending sod delivery. Lapin Services will be working on the following
homes in this order:
 Golden Pine Court: 1502, 1503
 Sweetwater West Circle:1723, 1755
 Valley Pine Circle: 1325, 1340
 Branch Hill Road: 1379, 1380
 Barnwood Place: 1309

Gravity sewer line construction and cleanout installation continue on Longhill Drive, Valley Pine Circle, and
Sweetwater West Circle from Branch Hill Court approaching Hidden Meadow Way. Temporary asphalt is
scheduled from south Valley Pine Circle to west of Branch Hill Court. Driveway access may be impacted at
the following homes:
 Homes on Sweetwater West Circle from Longhill Drive to Hidden Meadow Way
 Homes on Barnwood Place, Branch Hill Road, Golden Pine Court, Valley Pine Circle, Silver
Valley Court (given gravity sewer work on Longhill Drive), and Longhill Drive

SOD: The sod is still on order. Thank you for your patience with the sod replacement!

WASTE/YARD WASTE PICK-UP: If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the Orange
County Solid Waste Hotline at 407-836-6601 to request a pick-up. Issues may also be reported via
Orange County’s 311 phone number.

IRRIGATION: If you have a broken irrigation pipe due to construction, please contact Lisa Mark
(contact info below) to alert the contractor and follow up until the repair is completed.

OCPS SCHOOL BUS ROUTE: Orange County Public Schools Transportation has designated one stop in the
community at Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Sweetwater West Circle. To allow for school bus
movement and visibility, please do not park near the bus stop. If needed the OCPS Transportation
contact is: Denise Delapaz, Area Manager, Apopka: 407-884-2208 IP 5003210; denise.delapaz@ocps.net
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of October 31, 2022
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are
asked to use caution near construction areas and understand this schedule could be affected by weather
or other unforeseen conditions.

Happy Halloween! For concerns or questions, please contact Public Information Officer Lisa Mark at 407-
338-3650 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com.

TRAFFIC ALERT: Nightwork for the gravity sewer lines on Welch Road east of the community entrance
continues. Expect some noise and nightly lane closures as needed from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m., Sunday through
Thursday.

SERVICE CONNECTIONS TO HOMES: If Lapin Services has reached out to you and you have not yet done
so, please complete the Orange County permit to allow them to work on the service connection. Please
call new contact Jessica Edwards, Lapin Services, at 407-841-8200 or email
jessicaedwards@lapinservices.com with any questions.

THIS WEEK: Two crews will be working in the community. Lapin Services will be installing the sewer line
from the cleanout to the homes below. To do this they will need to dig a trench about two feet wide at
the homes below. Once the pipe has passed testing, the trench will be backfilled. Prime Construction will
sod the area as soon as possible pending sod delivery. Lapin Services will be working on the following
homes in this order:
 Longhill Drive: 1320, 1328, 1335, 1343, 1351, 1359, 1367
 Sweetwater West Circle: 1620, 1624, 1759, 1771
Gravity sewer line construction and cleanout installation continue on Longhill Drive, Valley Pine Circle,
Silver Valley Court and Sweetwater West Circle from Longhill Drive approaching Hidden Meadow Way.
CCTV testing will continue at various locations throughout the week. Driveway access may be impacted at
the following homes:
 Homes on Sweetwater West Circle from Longhill Drive to Hidden Meadow Way
 Homes on Grassy Ridge Lane, Hidden Meadow Way, Valley Pine Circle, Silver Valley Court,
and Longhill Drive

SOD: The sod is on order. Note the sod fields were flooded due to the storm. Thank you for your
patience with the sod replacement!

IRRIGATION: If you have a broken irrigation pipe due to construction, please contact Lisa Mark
(contact info below) to alert the contractor and follow up until the repair is completed.

OCPS SCHOOL BUS ROUTE: Orange County Public Schools Transportation has designated one stop in the
community at Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Sweetwater West Circle. The buses will enter thru the
main gate, make a right on Sweetwater West Circle, and depart thru the Welch Road gate. To allow for
school bus movement and visibility, please do not park near the bus stop. This plan will remain in place
until all sewer lines and asphalt have been installed. If needed the OCPS Transportation contact is:
Denise Delapaz, Area Manager, Apopka: 407-884-2208 IP 5003210; denise.delapaz@ocps.net

WASTE/YARD WASTE PICK-UP: If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the Orange
County Solid Waste Hotline at 407-836-6601 to request a pick-up. Issues may also be reported via
Orange County’s 311 phone number.
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of October 17, 2022
 
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked
to use caution near construction areas and understand this schedule could be affected by weather or
other unforeseen conditions.

PROJECT UPDATE: Three crews will be working in the community this week.
THIS WEEK:. Lapin Services will be installing the sewer line from the cleanout to the homes below. To
do this they will need to dig a trench about two feet wide at the homes below. Once the pipe has
passed testing, the trench will be backfilled. Prime Construction will sod the area as soon as possible
pending sod delivery. Lapin Services will be working on the following homes in this order:
 Grassy Ridge Lane: 1544
 Sweetwater West Circle: 1619, 1639, 1671, 1675
 Valley Pine Circle: 1411
 Sweetwater Country Club: 1908

Gravity sewer line construction and cleanout installation continue on Longhill Drive, Valley Pine Circle, and
Sweetwater West Circle from Barnwood Place. In addition, road base is planned for Longhill Drive and
Valley Pine Circle. Driveway access will be impacted at the following homes:
 Homes on Sweetwater West Circle from Barnwood Place moving to the west
 Homes on Valley Pine Circle and Longhill Drive
 
SOD: The sod is on order. Note the sod fields were flooded due to the storm. Thank you for your
patience with the sod replacement!
 
OCPS SCHOOL BUS ROUTE: Orange County Public Schools Transportation has designated one stop in the
community at Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Sweetwater West Circle. The buses will enter thru the
main gate, make a right on Sweetwater West Circle, and depart thru the Welch Road gate. To allow for
school bus movement and visibility, please do not park near the bus stop. This plan will remain in place
until all sewer lines and asphalt have been installed. If needed the OCPS Transportation contact is:
Denise Delapaz, Area Manager, Apopka
phone: 407-884-2208 IP 5003210 email: denise.delapaz@ocps.net

SERVICE CONNECTIONS TO HOMES: If Lapin Services has reached out to you and you have not yet done
so, please complete the Orange County permit to allow them to work on the service connection. Please
call Kim Smith, Lapin Services, at 407-841-8200 with any questions.

IRRIGATION: If you have a broken irrigation pipe due to construction, please contact Lisa Mark
(contact info below) to alert the contractor and follow up until the repair is completed.

WASTE/YARD WASTE PICK-UP: If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the Orange
County Solid Waste Hotline at 407-836-6601 to request a pick-up. Issues may also be reported via
Orange County’s 311 phone number.

Thank you for your patience with the construction! For concerns or questions, please contact Public
Information Officer Lisa Mark at 407-338-3650 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com.
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of October 10, 2022
 
So glad that the community did well during the storm! This weekly update is provided to help inform
residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked to use caution near construction areas and
understand this schedule could be affected by weather or other unforeseen conditions.
 
PROJECT UPDATE: Four crews will be working in the community this week.
 
THIS WEEK: Due to the need for deeper trenching, Lapin is working on fewer homes per day, and
some of the homes for next week were on the list from last week. Lapin Services will be installing the
sewer line from the cleanout to the homes below. To do this they will need to dig a trench about two
feet wide at the homes below. Once the pipe has passed testing, the trench will be backfilled. Prime
Construction will sod the area as soon as possible pending sod delivery. Lapin Services will be working
on the following homes in this order:
 Grassy Ridge Lane: 1505, 1512, 1520, 1528, 1529, 1537
 Sweetwater West Circle: 1804
 
Gravity sewer line construction continues on Sweetwater West Circle from Barnwood Place, Longhill Drive
and Valley Pine Circle. Driveway access will be impacted at the following homes:
 Homes on Sweetwater West Circle from Barnwood Place moving to the west
 Homes on Valley Pine Circle and Longhill Drive
 
SOD: The sod is on order. Note the sod fields were flooded due to the storm. Thank you for your
patience with the sod replacement!
 
OCPS SCHOOL BUS ROUTE: Orange County Public Schools Transportation has designated one stop in the
community at Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Sweetwater West Circle. The buses will enter thru the
main gate, make a right on Sweetwater West Circle, and depart thru the Welch Road gate. To allow for
school bus movement and visibility, please do not park near the bus stop. This plan will remain in place
until all sewer lines and asphalt have been installed. If needed the OCPS Transportation contact is:
Denise Delapaz, Area Manager, Apopka
phone: 407-884-2208 IP 5003210 email: denise.delapaz@ocps.net
 
SERVICE CONNECTIONS TO HOMES: If Lapin Services has reached out to you and you have not yet done
so, please complete the Orange County permit to allow them to work on the service connection. Please
call Kim Smith, Lapin Services, at 407-841-8200 with any questions.
 
IRRIGATION: If you have a broken irrigation pipe due to construction, please contact Lisa Mark
(contact info below) to alert the contractor and follow up until the repair is completed.
 
WASTE/YARD WASTE PICK-UP: If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the Orange
County Solid Waste Hotline at 407-836-6601 to request a pick-up. Issues may also be reported via
Orange County’s 311 phone number.
 
Thank you for your patience with the construction! For concerns or questions, please contact Public
Information Officer Lisa Mark at 407-338-3650 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com.
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of October 3, 2022
 
I hope the Sweetwater West families and the community were not too impacted by the storm. My thoughts are with you as we recover from the impacts both near and far.
 
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked to use caution near construction areas and understand this schedule could be affected by weather or other unforeseen conditions. 
 
TRAFFIC ALERT: Nightwork for the gravity sewer lines on Welch Road east of the community entrance continues. Expect nightly lane closures as needed from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m., Sunday through Thursday.
 
PROJECT UPDATE: A third gravity sewer line crew should be starting on Monday.
 
THIS WEEK: Lapin Services will be installing the sewer line from the cleanout to the homes below. To do this they will need to dig a trench about two feet wide at the homes below. The process should take about 1-1 ½ days per home. Once the pipe has passed testing, the trench will be backfilled.
Prime Construction will sod the area as soon as possible pending sod delivery. Lapin Services will be working on the following homes in this order:
 
·         Grassy Ridge Lane: 1505, 1512, 1520, 1528, 1529, 1537
·         Misty Ridge Court: 1310, 1311, 1318, 1319
·         Sweetwater West Circle: 1804, 1837, 1841, 1848, 1851, 1855
 
Gravity sewer line construction continues on Sweetwater West Circle from Branch Hill Road, Longhill Drive and Valley Pine Circle. Driveway access will be impacted at the following homes:
 
·      Homes on Sweetwater West Circle from Branch Hill Court moving to the west
·      Homes on Valley Pine Circle and Longhill Drive
 
SOD: Sod is on order and expected pending adjustments due to weather event.
 
OCPS SCHOOL BUS ROUTE: Orange County Public Schools Transportation has designated one stop in the community at Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Sweetwater West Circle. The buses will enter thru the main gate, make a right on Sweetwater West Circle, and depart thru the Welch Road gate. To allow for school bus movement and visibility, please do not park near the bus stop. This plan will remain in place until all sewer lines and asphalt have been installed. If needed the OCPS Transportation contact is:
 
Denise Delapaz, Area Manager, Apopka
phone: 407-884-2208 IP 5003210 email: denise.delapaz@ocps.net
 
SERVICE CONNECTIONS TO HOMES: If Lapin Services has reached out to you and you have not yet done so, please complete the Orange County permit to allow them to work on the service connection. Please call Kim Smith, Lapin Services, at 407-841-8200 with any questions.
 
IRRIGATION: If you have a broken irrigation pipe due to construction, please contact Lisa Mark (contact info below) to alert the contractor and follow up until the repair is completed.
 
WASTE/YARD WASTE PICK-UP: If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the Orange County Solid Waste Hotline at 407-836-6601 to request a pick-up. Issues may also be reported via Orange County’s 311 phone number.
 
Thank you for your patience with the construction! For concerns or questions, please contact Public Information Officer Lisa Mark at 407-338-3650 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com.
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of September 25, 2022
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are
asked to use caution near construction areas and understand this schedule could be affected by weather
or other unforeseen conditions.

TRAFFIC ALERT: Nightwork for the gravity sewer lines on Welch Road east of the community entrance
continues. Expect nightly lane closures as needed from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m., Sunday through Thursday.
 
PROJECT UPDATE: A third gravity sewer line crew will be starting on Monday. Also, if you see any signs
laid flat prior to next week’s storm, it is due to safety procedures. Work will take place as weather
permits.
 
THIS WEEK: Lapin Services will be installing the sewer line from the cleanout to the homes below. To
do this they will need to dig a trench about two feet wide at the homes below. The process should take
about 1-1 ½ days per home. Once the pipe has passed testing, the trench will be backfilled.
 
Prime Construction will sod the area as soon as possible pending sod delivery. Lapin Services will be
working on the following homes in this order:
 Grassy Ridge Lane: 1505, 1512, 1520, 1528, 1529, 1537
 Misty Ridge Court: 1310, 1311, 1318, 1319
 Sweetwater West Circle: 1833, 1837, 1841, 1848, 1851, 1855
 
Gravity sewer line construction continues on Sweetwater West Circle from Branch Hill Road, Longhill
Drive and Valley Pine Circle. Driveway access will be impacted at the following homes:
 Homes on Sweetwater West Circle from Branch Hill Court moving to the west
 Homes on Valley Pine Circle and Longhill Drive
 
SOD: Sod is on order and expected pending weather.
 
OCPS SCHOOL BUS ROUTE: Orange County Public Schools Transportation has designated one stop in the
community at Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Sweetwater West Circle. The buses will enter thru the
main gate, make a right on Sweetwater West Circle, and depart thru the Welch Road gate. To allow for
school bus movement and visibility, please do not park near the bus stop. This plan will remain in place
until all sewer lines and asphalt have been installed. If needed the OCPS Transportation contact is:
Denise Delapaz, Area Manager, Apopka
phone: 407-884-2208 IP 5003210 email: denise.delapaz@ocps.net
 
SERVICE CONNECTIONS TO HOMES: If Lapin Services has reached out to you and you have not yet done
so, please complete the Orange County permit to allow them to work on the service connection. Please
call Kim Smith, Lapin Services, at 407-841-8200 with any questions.
 
IRRIGATION: If you have a broken irrigation pipe due to construction, please contact Lisa Mark
(contact info below) to alert the contractor and follow up until the repair is completed.
 
WASTE/YARD WASTE PICK-UP: If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the Orange
County Solid Waste Hotline at 407-836-6601 to request a pick-up. Issues may also be reported via
Orange County’s 311 phone number.
 
Thank you for your patience with the construction! For concerns or questions, please contact Public
Information Officer Lisa Mark at 407-338-3650 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com.
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of September 11, 2022
 
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked to use caution near construction areas and understand this schedule could be affected by weather or other unforeseen conditions.
 
OCPS SCHOOL BUS ROUTE CHANGE: Orange County Public Schools Transportation has designated one stop in the community at Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Sweetwater West Circle. The buses will enter thru the main gate, make a right on Sweetwater West Circle, and depart thru the Welch Road gate. To allow for school bus movement and visibility, please do not park near the bus stop. This plan will remain in place until all sewer lines and asphalt have been installed. If needed, the OCPS Transportation contact is:
 
Denise Delapaz
Area Manager, Apopka
407-884-2208 IP 5003210
Email: denise.delapaz@ocps.net
 
TRAFFIC ALERT: Nightwork for the gravity sewer lines on Welch Road east of the community entrance continues. Expect nightly lane closures as needed from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m., Sunday through Thursday. Remember to be alert to roadway changes and be safe!
 
PROJECT UPDATE: An additional crew is starting next week. A third crew (currently working on this project in the Highlands) will be joining us in the next one to two months and then we will have three pipe crews in Sweetwater West! With the increased construction activity, expect more noise, dust, and equipment. Thank you in advance for your understanding!
 
The project team is now targeting April 2023 for completion. The schedule may be impacted by weather, supply chain, or other unforeseen conditions, but know we are doing our best to finish as soon as possible!
 
THIS WEEK: Lapin Services will be installing the sewer line from the cleanout to the homes below. To do this they will need to dig a trench about two feet wide at the homes below. The process should take about 1-1 ½ days per home. Once the pipe has passed testing, the trench will be backfilled.
Prime Construction will sod the area as soon as possible pending sod delivery. Lapin Services will be working on the following homes in this order:
 
1742, 1738, 1730, 1726, 1714, 1718, 1710, 1706, 1692, 1684, 1681, 1680, 1659 Sweetwater West Circle
1317, 1324 Valley Pine Circle
 
A second crew will begin working on the sewer line at Misty Ridge Court. Driveway access will be impacted at the following homes:
Misty Ridge Ct. 
The first crew will continue installing gravity sewer pipes and working on manholes on Sweetwater West Circle. Concrete work on the sidewalks and curb, and preparation for asphalt will occur throughout the week. Driveway access may be impacted at the following homes:
 
 Homes on Sweetwater West Circle between Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Valley Pine Circle (closest to Longhill Dr.)
 
SOD: Is on order.
 
SERVICE CONNECTIONS TO HOMES: If Lapin Services has reached out to you and you have not yet done so, please complete the Orange County permit to allow them to work on the service connection. Please call Kim Smith, Lapin Services, at 407-841-8200 with any questions.
 
IRRIGATION: If you have a broken irrigation pipe due to construction, please contact Lisa Mark (contact info below) to alert the contractor and follow up until the repair is completed.
 
WASTE/YARD WASTE PICK-UP: If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the Orange County Solid Waste Hotline at 407-836-6601 to request a pick-up. Issues may also be reported via Orange County’s 311 phone number.
 
Thank you for your patience with the construction! For concerns or questions, please contact Public Information Officer Lisa Mark at 407-338-3650 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com.
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of August 21, 2022
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are
asked to use caution near construction areas and understand this schedule could be affected by
weather or other unforeseen conditions.

TRAFFIC ALERT: Nightwork for the gravity sewer lines on Welch Road east of the community
entrance continues. Expect nightly lane closures as needed from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m., Sunday through
Thursday. Remember to be alert to roadway changes and be safe!

STAKES: The surveyor may place two offset stakes on a property if there is an issue, such as
landscape in the way, with the planned stake location placement.

THIS WEEK: Lapin Services will be laying the sewer line from the cleanout to the homes below. To
do this they will need to dig a trench about two feet wide at the homes below. The process should
take about 1-1 ½ days per home. Once the pipe has passed testing, the trench will be backfilled.
Prime Construction will sod the area; however, please note lately there have been delays with sod
deliveries. Lapin Services will be working on the following homes in this order:
 1425, 1417, 1403, 1373, 1358, 1341 Valley Pine Circle

Crews will continue installing gravity sewer pipe and working on manholes on Sweetwater West
Circle. The work on the pump station includes pressure testing. You may see the project staff in
safety vests taking videos of conditions prior to construction.

Driveway access at the following properties may be impacted:
• Homes on Sweetwater West Circle between Valley Pine Circle and Longhill Drive.

SERVICE CONNECTIONS TO HOMES: Lapin Services is still waiting for permits to be signed. If Lapin
Services has reached out to you and you have not yet done so, please complete the Orange County
permit to allow them to work on the service connection. Please call Kim Smith, Lapin Services, at
407-841-8200 with any questions.

IRRIGATION: If you have a broken irrigation pipe due to construction, please contact Lisa Mark
(contact info below) to alert the contractor and follow up until the repair is completed.

WASTE/YARD WASTE PICK-UP: If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the
Orange County Solid Waste Hotline at 407-836-6601 to request a pick-up. Issues may also be
reported via Orange County’s 311 phone number.

Thank you for your patience with the construction! For concerns or questions, please contact Public
Information Officer Lisa Mark at 407-338-3650 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com.
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of August 15, 2022
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents
are asked to use caution near construction areas and understand this schedule could be affected by
weather or other unforeseen conditions.
 
TRAFFIC ALERT: Nightwork for gravity sewer lines on Welch Road is scheduled to start on Sunday
night, August 14, and last about a month. As needed, there may be a lane closure and flaggers on
Welch Road east of the community entrance from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. Remember to be alert to
roadway changes and be safe!
 
SERVICE CONNECTIONS TO HOMES: Lapin Services is still waiting for permits to be signed. If Lapin
Services has reached out to you and you have not yet done so, please complete the Orange County
permit to allow them to work on the service connection. Please call Kim Smith, Lapin Services, at
407-841-8200 with any questions.
 
THIS WEEK: Beginning on Monday, at the homes below, Lapin Services will be laying the sewer line
from the cleanout to the house. To do this they will need to dig a trench about two feet wide. The
process should take about 1-1 ½ days per home. Once the pipe has passed testing, the trench will
be backfilled. Prime Construction will sod the area; however, please note lately there have been
delays with sod deliveries. Lapin Services will be working on the following homes in this order:
 1608 and 1604 Sweetwater West Circle
 2010, 2002, and 1900 Sweetwater Country Club Drive
 1425, 1417, and 1403 Valley Pine Circle
 
Crews will continue installing gravity sewer pipe and working on manholes on Sweetwater West
Circle. The work on the pump station includes pressure testing. You may see the project staff in
safety vests taking videos of conditions prior to construction.
 
Driveway access at the following properties may be impacted:
• Homes on Sweetwater West Circle between Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Valley Pine Circle
(closest to Longhill Drive.).
 
ENTRY GATES: The Wekiva Springs Road gate is returned to full service. The Welch Road gate will be
closed from 6:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. Monday through Saturday. As always, your transponders will
open both gates.
 
IRRIGATION: If you have a broken irrigation pipe due to construction, please contact Lisa Mark
(contact info below) to alert the contractor and follow up until the repair is completed.
WASTE/YARD WASTE PICK-UP: If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the
Orange County Solid Waste Hotline at 407-836-6601 to request a pick-up. Issues may also be
reported via Orange County’s 311 phone number.
 
Thank you for your patience with the construction! For concerns or questions, please contact Public
Information Officer Lisa Mark at 407-338-3650 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com.
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of August 8, 2022
 
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents
are asked to use caution near construction areas and understand this schedule could be affected by
weather or other unforeseen conditions.
 
IRRIGATION: If you have a broken irrigation pipe due to construction, please contact Lisa Mark
(contact info below). I will alert the contractor and follow up until the repair is completed.
 
THIS WEEK: Lapin Services left door hangers last week on the homes where they intend to work
this week. They will be laying the sewer line from the cleanout to the home. To do this they will
need to dig a trench about 2 feet wide. The process should take about 1-1 ½ days. Once the pipe
has passed testing, the trench will be back-filled. Prime Construction will sod the area, however,
please note lately there have been delays with sod deliveries. Lapin Services will be working on the
following home this week:
 Homes on Sweetwater Country Club Drive
 Homes on Valley Pine Circle
 
Lapin Services is still waiting for some permits to be signed. Please complete your permit process
as soon as possible.
 
Crews will continue installing gravity sewer pipe and working on manholes on Sweetwater West
Circle. The work on the pump station includes pressure testing of the force main pipe activities. You
may see the project staff in safety vests taking videos of conditions prior to construction.
Nightwork for gravity sewer lines on Welch Road will continue and last about a month. As needed,
there may be a lane closure and flaggers on Welch Road east of the community entrance from 9
p.m. to 6 a.m. Remember to be alert to roadway changes and be safe!
 
Driveway access at the following properties may be impacted.
• Homes on Sweetwater West Circle between Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Valley Pine Circle
(closest to Longhill Drive.).
 
ENTRY GATES: The Wekiva Springs Road gate is returned to full service. The Welch Road gate will be
closed from 6:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. Monday through Saturday. As always, your transponders will
open both gates.
 
SERVICE CONNECTIONS TO HOMES: The plumbing sub-contractor Lapin Services will be making the
service connection to the homes. If Lapin has reached out to you and you have not yet done so,
please complete the Orange County permit to allow them to work on the service connection.
Please call Kim Smith, Lapin Services, at 407-841-8200 with any questions.
 
WASTE/YARD WASTE PICK-UP: If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the
Orange County Solid Waste Hotline at 407-836-6601 to request a pick-up. Issues may also be
reported via Orange County’s 311 phone number.
 
Thank you for your patience with the construction! For concerns or questions, please contact Public
Information Officer Lisa Mark at 407-338-3650 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com.
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of August 1, 2022
 
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents
are asked to use caution near construction areas and understand this schedule could be affected by
weather or other unforeseen conditions.
 
IRRIGATION: If you have a broken irrigation pipe due to construction, please contact Lisa Mark
(contact info below). I will alert the contractor and follow up until the repair is completed.
 
THIS WEEK: Crews will continue installing gravity sewer pipe and working on manholes on
Sweetwater West Circle. The work on the pump station includes installing conduit and inspection
activities. Work will take place on the directional drill caps, followed by air pressure testing. You
may see the project staff in safety vests taking videos of conditions prior to construction.
 
Nightwork for gravity sewer lines on Welch Road is now scheduled to begin on August 1 and last
about a month. As needed, there may be a lane closure and flaggers on Welch Road east of the
community entrance from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. Remember to be alert to roadway changes and be safe!
 
Driveway access at the following properties may be impacted.
 
• Homes on Sweetwater West Circle between Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Valley Pine Circle
(closest to Longhill Drive.).
 
ENTRY GATES: The Wekiva Springs Road gate is returned to full service. The Welch Road gate will be
closed from 6:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. Monday through Saturday. As always, your transponders will
open both gates.
 
SERVICE CONNECTIONS TO HOMES: The plumbing sub-contractor Lapin Services will be making the
service connection to the homes. If Lapin has reached out to you and you have not yet done so,
please complete the Orange County permit to allow them to work on the service connection. Please
call Kim Smith, Lapin Services, at 407-841-8200 with any questions.
 
WASTE/YARD WASTE PICK-UP: If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the
Orange County Solid Waste Hotline at 407-836-6601 to request a pick-up. Issues may also be
reported via Orange County’s 311 phone number.
 
Thank you for your patience with the construction! For concerns or questions, please contact Public
Information Officer Lisa Mark at 407-338-3650 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com.
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Weeks of July 18 and 25, 2022
 
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents
are asked to use caution near construction areas and understand this schedule could be affected by
weather or other unforeseen conditions.
 
THIS WEEK AND NEXT: Crews will continue installing gravity sewer pipe on Sweetwater West
Circle. The work on the pump station includes above-ground pipes and electrical. You may see the
project staff in safety vests taking videos of conditions prior to construction.
 
Nightwork for gravity sewer lines on Welch Road is scheduled to begin July 25 and last about a
month. As needed, there may be a lane closure and flaggers on Welch Road east of the community
entrance from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. Remember to be alert to roadway changes and be safe!
 
Driveway access at the following properties will be impacted.
• Homes on Sweetwater West Circle between Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Valley Pine Circle
(closest to Longhill Drive.).
 
ENTRY GATES: The Wekiva Springs Road gate is returned to full service. The Welch Road gate will be
closed from 6:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. Monday through Saturday. As always, your transponders will
open both gates.
 
SERVICE CONNECTIONS TO HOMES: The plumbing sub-contractor Lapin Services will be making the
service connection to the homes. If Lapin has reached out to you and you have not yet done so,
please complete the Orange County permit to allow them to work on the service connection. Please
call Kim Smith, Lapin Services, at 407-841-8200 with any questions.
 
WASTE/YARD WASTE PICK-UP: If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the
Orange County Solid Waste Hotline at 407-836-6601 to request a pick-up. Issues may also be
reported via Orange County’s 311 phone number.
 
Thank you for your patience with the construction! For concerns or questions, please contact Public
Information Officer Lisa Mark at 407-338-3650 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com.
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of July 11, 2022
 
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents
are asked to use caution near construction areas and understand this schedule could be affected by
weather or other unforeseen conditions.

THIS WEEK: Crews will continue installing sewer pipe from Valley Pine Circle to Misty Ridge Court.
The electrician will be working on the pump station. You may see the project staff in safety vests
taking videos of conditions prior to construction.

Driveway access at the following properties will be impacted:
• Homes on Sweetwater West Circle between Valley Pine Circle and Misty Ridge Court

ENTRY GATES: The Wekiva Springs Road gate is returned to full service. The Welch Road gate will be
closed from 6:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. Monday through Saturday. As always, your transponders will
open both gates.

SERVICE CONNECTIONS TO HOMES: The plumbing sub-contractor Lapin Services is ready to begin
making the service connection to the first groups of homes but is delayed waiting for permit
completions. If Lapin has reached out to you and you have not yet done so, please complete the
Orange County permit to allow them to work on the service connection. Please call Kim Smith, Lapin
Services, at 407-841-8200 with any questions.

WASTE/YARD WASTE PICK-UP: If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the
Orange County Solid Waste Hotline at 407-836-6601 to request a pick-up. Issues may also be
reported via Orange County’s 311 phone number.

Thank you for your patience with the construction! For concerns or questions, please contact Public
Information Officer Lisa Mark at 407-338-3650 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com.
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of July 5, 2022
 
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents
are asked to use caution near construction areas and understand this schedule could be affected by
weather or other unforeseen conditions.

THIS WEEK: Crews will be installing sewer pipe from Valley Pine Circle to Misty Ridge Court. The
electrician will be working on the pump station.

Driveway access at the following properties will be impacted:
• Homes on Sweetwater West Circle between Valley Pine Circle and Misty Ridge Court

ENTRY GATES: The Wekiva Springs Road gate is returned to full service. The Welch Road gate will be
closed from 6:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. Monday through Saturday. As always, your transponders will
open both gates.

SERVICE CONNECTIONS TO HOMES: The plumbing sub-contractor Lapin Services is ready to begin
making the service connection to the first groups of homes but is delayed waiting for permit
completions. If you have not yet done so, please complete the Orange County permit to allow them
to work on the service connection. Please call Kim Smith, Lapin Services, at 407-841-8200 with any
questions.

WASTE/YARD WASTE PICK-UP: If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the
Orange County Solid Waste Hotline at 407-836-6601 to request a pick-up. Issues may also be
reported via Orange County’s 311 phone number.

Thank you for your patience with the construction! For concerns or questions, please contact Public
Information Officer Lisa Mark at 407-338-3650 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com.
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of June 27, 2022
 
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked to use caution near construction areas and understand this schedule could be affected by weather or other unforeseen conditions.
 
ENTRY GATES: The Wekiva Springs Road gate is returned to full service. The Welch Road gate will be closed from 6:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. Monday through Saturday. As always, your transponders will open both gates.
 
SERVICE CONNECTIONS TO HOMES: The plumbing sub-contractor Lapin Services is ready to begin making the service connection to groups of homes but is delayed waiting for permit completions. If you have not yet done so, please complete the Orange County permit to allow them to work on the service connection. Please call Kim Smith, Lapin Services, at 407-841-8200 with any questions.
 
WASTE/YARD WASTE PICK-UP: If your trash, recycling, or yard waste is missed, please call the Orange County Solid Waste Hotline at 407-836-6601 to request a pick-up. Issues may also be reported via Orange County’s 311 phone number.
 
THIS WEEK:  Crews will be installing sewer pipe from Valley Pine Circle to Misty Ridge Court. The electrician will be working on the pump station. Paving is also scheduled.
 
PAVING WORK: The first lift of paving is scheduled for Monday. The paving will begin on Sweetwater West Circle and continue up Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Grassy Ridge Lane. Notices will be left prior to paving to remind those near paving to park in their driveway. The crew will come to your door before the paving equipment is in front of your driveway in case you need to leave soon. The process in front of the driveway should take about up to two hours at most. You should be able to drive on the asphalt as soon as the paving equipment is at a safe distance. Any cars parked in the street will delay the paving process.
 
Driveway access at the following properties will be impacted:
 
• Homes on Sweetwater West Circle between Northfield Drive and Misty Ridge Court
• Homes on Grassy Ridge Lane and Sweetwater Country Club Drive
 
Thank you for your patience with the construction! For concerns or questions, please contact Public Information Officer Lisa Mark at 407-338-3650 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com.
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of June 20, 2022
 
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked to use caution near construction areas and understand this schedule could be affected by weather or other unforeseen conditions.
 
ENTRY GATES: The main entrance at Wekiva Springs Road is open. The Welch Road entrance will remain closed unless you have a community transponder. During the directional drilling next week, the Wekiva Springs Road entry gate will be limited to one lane and flaggers will direct traffic.  
 
WASTE/YARD WASTE PICK-UP: The sanitation trucks have been missing a significant number of containers lately.  If your trash or yard waste is missed, please call the Orange County Solid Waste Hotline at 407-836-6601 to request a pick-up. Issues may also be reported via Orange County’s 311 phone number.
 
THIS WEEK: The contractor will be working on the manhole hole at Sweetwater West Circle at Sweetwater Country Club Drive. Concrete curb, gutter, and sidewalk work continues. If gutter work takes place in front of your driveway, you will be asked to park outside of your driveway for 24 hours, if you need your vehicle accessible. Directional drilling continues on Sweetwater Country Club Drive.
 
PAVING WORK: The first lift of paving is scheduled for Friday and may continue to the following week if needed. Paving may be delayed due to supply chain issues. Notices will be left the day before paving to remind those near paving to park in their driveway. The crew will come to your door before the paving equipment is in front of your driveway in case you need to leave soon. The process in front of the driveway should take about 30 minutes to two hours at most. You should be able to drive on the asphalt as soon as the paving equipment is at a safe distance. Any cars parked in the street will delay the paving process.
 
Driveway access at the following properties could be impacted:
 
• Homes on Sweetwater West Circle between Northfield Drive and Valley Pine Circle
• Homes on Grassy Ridge Lane and Sweetwater Country Club Drive
 
Lapin Services is a plumbing sub-contractor who will be working in Sweetwater West to install the service connection from the cleanout to the home. Lapin’s Kim Smith continues to call residents to coordinate the Orange County permit to allow them to complete the service connection. Throughout the community, a videographer will be filming areas where work will take place.
 
For concerns or questions, please contact Public Information Officer Lisa Mark at 407-338-3650 or lisa.mark@qcausa.com.
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of June 13, 2022
 
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are
asked to use caution near construction areas and understand this schedule could be affected by weather
or other unforeseen conditions.

Please be advised that the main entrance at Sweetwater Country Club Drive continues to be closed for
utility work. The Northfield Drive entrance will remain open for neighborhood entry/exit. Residents on
Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Grassy Ridge Lane may still currently use the main entrance to
access their homes. Please only use the main entrance when available if you live on Sweetwater
Country Club Drive or Grassy Ridge Lane.

THIS WEEK: The contractor will be working on manhole holes at Sweetwater West Circle at Sweetwater
Country Club Drive and Valley Pine Circle. Concrete curb/sidewalk work continues. The electrician will be
working on the lift station and directional drilling is scheduled to begin on Wednesday. Paving is on the
schedule for Friday.

UPCOMING PAVING WORK: The first lift of paving is planned for Friday and may continue to the
following week if needed. Schedules are subject to change due to weather or subcontractor issues.
Notices will be left the day before to remind those near paving to park in their driveway. The crew will
come to your door before the paving equipment is in front of your driveway in case you need to leave
soon. The process in front of the driveway should take about 30 minutes. You should be able to drive on
the asphalt as soon as the paving equipment is at a safe distance. Any cars parked in the street will
delay the paving process.

Driveway access at the following properties could be impacted 7 a.m. – 5 p.m.

• Homes on Sweetwater West Circle between Northfield Drive and Valley Pine Circle
• Homes on Grassy Ridge Lane and Sweetwater Country Club Drive

Lapin Services is a plumbing sub-contractor who will be working in Sweetwater West to install the
service connection from the cleanout to the home. Lapin’s Kim Smith continues to call residents to
coordinate the Orange County permit to allow them to complete the service connection. Throughout
the community, a videographer will be filming areas where work will take place. Before work, Lapin
Services will leave a door hanger with Lapin contact information and the date scheduled for work on
your front door.

Stakes have been placed to mark the location for the sewer cleanout. The cleanout is a capped pipe that
will connect to your home's sewer line. It is installed outside the home to be able to access the sewer
line most easily. These pipes have been installed well above grade so they are easily found by the
plumber, who will cut them down to grade. The stake location may be modified by the contractor or
plumber.

Garbage collection, mail, and package delivery should not be impacted by the work. If you have any
issues with services not being able to be provided, please let Public Information Officer Lisa Mark know
by calling 407-338-3650 or sending an email to lisa.mark@qcausa.com.
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of June 6, 2022
 
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked to use caution near construction areas and understand this schedule could be affected by weather or other unforeseen conditions.
 
Please be advised that the main entrance at Sweetwater Country Club Drive continues to be closed for utility work. The Northfield Drive entrance will remain open for neighborhood entry/exit. Residents on Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Grassy Ridge Lane may still currently use the main entrance to access their homes. The main entrance may need to be closed as needed during paving operations next week. Please only use the main entrance when available if you live on Sweetwater Country Club Drive or Grassy Ridge Lane.
 
Lapin Services is a plumbing sub-contractor who will be working in Sweetwater West to install the service connection from the cleanout to the home. Lapin’s Kim Smith has already begun calling the first group of residents to coordinate the Orange County permit to allow them to complete the service connection. Prior to work, Lapin Services will leave a door hanger with Lapin contact information and the date scheduled for work on your front door.  
 
Stakes have been placed to mark the location for the sewer cleanout. The cleanout is a capped pipe that will connect to your home's sewer line. It is installed outside the home to be able to access the sewer line most easily. These pipes have been installed well above grade so they are easily found by the plumber, who will cut them down to grade. The stake location may be modified by the contractor or plumber.
 
Throughout the community, a videographer will be filming areas where work will take place. This week the crews plan to pave Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Sweetwater West Circle between Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Northfield Drive. Also, expect the team to be pouring sidewalk and curb on Grassy Ridge Lane.
 
Driveway access at the following properties could be impacted 7 a.m. – 5 p.m.
 
• Homes on Grassy Ridge Lane and Sweetwater Country Club Drive
• Homes on Sweetwater West Circle between Northfield Drive and Valley Pine Circle
 
Garbage collection, mail, and package delivery should not be impacted by the work. If you have any issues with services not being able to be provided, please let Public Information Officer Lisa Mark know by calling 407-338-3650 or sending an email to lisa.mark@qcausa.com.
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of May 31, 2022
 
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked to use caution near construction areas and understand this schedule could be affected by weather or other unforeseen conditions.
 
Please be advised that the main entrance at Sweetwater Country Club Drive continues to be closed for utility work. The Northfield Drive entrance will remain open for neighborhood entry/exit. Residents on Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Grassy Ridge Lane may still currently use the main entrance to access their homes. Please only use the main entrance if you live on Sweetwater Country Club Drive or Grassy Ridge Lane to reduce wear on the temporary roadway.
 
Lapin Services is a plumbing sub-contractor who will be working in Sweetwater West to install the service connection from the cleanout to the home. Lapin’s Kim Smith has already begun calling the first group of residents to coordinate the Orange County permit to allow them to complete the service connection. Prior to work, Lapin Services will leave a door hanger with Lapin contact information and the date scheduled for work on your front door.  
 
Stakes have been placed to mark the location for the sewer cleanout. The cleanout is a capped pipe that will connect to your home's sewer line. It is installed outside the home to be able to access the sewer line most easily. These pipes have been installed well above grade so they are easily found by the plumber, who will cut them down to grade. The stake location may be modified by the contractor or plumber.
 
Throughout the community, a videographer will be filming areas where work will take place. This week the team will also be air-testing the main and lateral lines on Grassy Ridge Lane. Also, the crews will be laying base roadway on Sweetwater West Circle between Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Northfield Drive, as well as working on manholes on Sweetwater West Circle between Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Valley Pine Circle. Driveway access at the following properties could be impacted 7 a.m. – 5 p.m.
 
• Homes on Grassy Ridge Lane
• Homes on Sweetwater West Circle between Northfield Drive and Valley Pine Circle
 
Garbage collection, mail, and package delivery should not be impacted by the work. If you have any issues with services not being able to be provided, please let Public Information Officer Lisa Mark know by calling 407-338-3650 or sending an email to lisa.mark@qcausa.com.
 
Updated May 24, 2022
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of May 23, 2022
 
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked to use caution near construction areas and understand this schedule could be affected by weather or other unforeseen conditions.
 
Please be advised that the main entrance at Sweetwater Country Club Drive continues to be closed for utility work. The Northfield Drive entrance will remain open for neighborhood entry/exit. Residents on Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Grassy Ridge Lane may still currently use the main entrance to access their homes. Please only use the main entrance if you live on Sweetwater Country Club Drive or Grassy Ridge Lane. To reduce wear on the temporary roadway.
 
Lapin Services is a plumbing sub-contractor who will be working in Sweetwater West to install the service connection from the cleanout to the home. Lapin’s Kim Smith has already begun calling the first group of residents to coordinate the Orange County permit to allow them to complete the service connection. Prior to work, Lapin Services will leave a door hanger with Lapin contact information on your front door.  
 
Stakes have been placed to mark the location for the sewer cleanout. The cleanout is a capped pipe that will connect to your home's sewer line. It is installed outside the home to be able to access the sewer line most easily. While some of this pipes have been installed well above grade
 
Sod is scheduled for the homes between Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Northfield Drive. Work continues on Grassy Ridge Lane. This week the team will also be video and air-testing the main and lateral lines.  Driveway access at the following properties could be impacted 7 a.m. – 5 p.m.
 
• All homes on Grassy Ridge Lane
• Homes between Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Northfield Drive
 
Garbage collection, mail, and package delivery should not be impacted by the work. If you have any issues with services not being able to be provided, please let Public Information Officer Lisa Mark know by calling 407-338-3650 or sending an email to lisa.mark@qcausa.com.
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of May 23, 2022
 
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked to use caution near construction areas and understand this schedule could be affected by weather or other unforeseen conditions.
 
Please be advised that the main entrance at Sweetwater Country Club Drive continues to be closed for utility work. The Northfield Drive entrance will remain open for neighborhood entry/exit. Residents on Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Grassy Ridge Lane may still currently use the main entrance to access their homes.
 
Stakes have been placed to mark the location for the sewer cleanout. The cleanout is a capped pipe that will connect to your home's sewer line. It is installed outside the home to be able to access the sewer line most easily.
 
Sod is scheduled for the homes between Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Northfield Drive. Work continues on Grassy Ridge Lane. This week the team will also be video and air-testing the main and lateral lines.  Driveway access at the following properties could be impacted 7 a.m. – 5 p.m.
 
• All homes on Grassy Ridge Lane
• Homes between Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Northfield Drive
 
Garbage collection, mail, and package delivery should not be impacted by the work. If you have any issues with services not being able to be provided, please let Public Information Officer Lisa Mark know by calling 407-338-3650 or sending an email to lisa.mark@qcausa.com.
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of May 16, 2022
 
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked to use caution near construction areas and understand this schedule could be affected by weather or other unforeseen conditions.
 
Please be advised that the main entrance at Sweetwater Country Club Drive continues to be closed for utility work. The Northfield Drive entrance will remain open for neighborhood entry/exit. Residents on Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Grassy Ridge Lane may still currently use the main entrance to access their homes.
 
Stakes have been placed to mark the location for the sewer cleanout. The cleanout is a capped pipe that will connect to your home's sewer line. It is installed outside the home to be able to access the sewer line most easily.
 
Sod is scheduled for the homes between Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Northfield Drive. Work continues on Grassy Ridge Lane and Sweetwater Country Club Drive. 
 
Driveway access at the following properties could be impacted 7 a.m. – 5 p.m.
 
• All homes on Grassy Ridge Lane
• All homes on Sweetwater Country Club Drive
• Homes between Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Northfield Drive
 
Garbage collection, mail, and package delivery should not be impacted by the work. If you have any issues with services not being able to be provided, please let Public Information Officer Lisa Mark know by calling 407-338-3650 or sending an email to lisa.mark@qcausa.com.
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of May 9, 2022
 
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked to use caution near construction areas and understand this schedule could be affected by weather or other unforeseen conditions.
 
Please be advised that the main entrance at Sweetwater Country Club Drive continues to be closed for utility work. The Northfield Drive entrance will remain open for neighborhood entry/exit. Residents on Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Grassy Ridge Lane may still currently use the main entrance to access their homes.
 
Work continues on Grassy Ridge Lane and Sweetwater Country Club Drive. Driveway access at the following properties could be impacted 7 a.m. – 5 p.m.:
 
•             All homes on Grassy Ridge Lane
•             1908 Sweetwater Country Club Drive
•             1900 Sweetwater Country Club Drive
•             2002 Sweetwater Country Club Drive
•             2010 Sweetwater Country Club Drive
 
Garbage collection, mail and package delivery should not be impacted by the work. If you have any issues with services not being able to be provided, please let Public Information Officer Lisa Mark know by calling 407-338-3650 or sending an email to lisa.mark@qcausa.com.
 
License Agreements may be mailed to:
Wekiwa Septic2Sewer Project
C/O Quest
1540 International Parkway, Suite 2000
Lake Mary, FL  32746
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of May 2, 2022
 
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked to use caution near construction areas and understand this schedule could be affected by weather or other unforeseen conditions.
 
Please be advised that the main entrance at Sweetwater Country Club Drive continues to be closed for utility work. The Northfield Drive entrance will remain open for neighborhood entry/exit. Residents on Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Grassy Ridge Lane may still currently use the main entrance to access their homes.
 
Work continues on Grassy Ridge Lane and Sweetwater Country Club Drive. Driveway access at the following properties could be impacted 7 a.m. – 5 p.m.:
 
•             All homes on Grassy Ridge Lane
•             1908 Sweetwater Country Club Drive
•             1900 Sweetwater Country Club Drive
•             2002 Sweetwater Country Club Drive
•             2010 Sweetwater Country Club Drive
 
Garbage collection, mail and package delivery should not be impacted by the work. If you have any issues with services not being able to be provided, please let Public Information Officer Lisa Mark know by calling 407-338-3650 or sending an email to lisa.mark@qcausa.com.
 
License Agreements may be mailed to:
Wekiwa Septic2Sewer Project
C/O Quest
1540 International Parkway, Suite 2000
Lake Mary, FL  32746
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of April 25, 2022
 
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked to use caution near construction areas and understand this schedule could be affected by weather or other unforeseen conditions.
 
Please be advised that the main entrance at Sweetwater Country Club Drive continues to be closed for utility work. The Northfield Drive entrance will remain open for neighborhood entry/exit. Residents on Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Grassy Ridge Lane may still currently use the main entrance to access their homes.
 
Work is scheduled to begin on Grassy Ridge Lane. On Sweetwater Country Club Drive, work continues laying mainline pipe. Pending material availability, crews and equipment will continue preparations for asphalt along Sweetwater West Circle from Northfield Drive to just past the Sweetwater Country Club Drive intersection. Residents will be alerted if driveway access is impacted. Driveway access at the following properties could be impacted 7 a.m. – 5 p.m.:
 
·         1613 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1609 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1608 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1605 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1604 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1601 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1600 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1855 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1908 Sweetwater Country Club Drive
·         1900 Sweetwater Country Club Drive
·         2002 Sweetwater Country Club Drive
·         2010 Sweetwater Country Club Drive
·         All homes on Grassy Ridge Lane
 
Garbage collection, mail and package delivery should not be impacted by the work. If you have any issues with services not being able to be provided, please let Public Information Officer Lisa Mark know by calling 407-338-3650 or sending an email to lisa.mark@qcausa.com.
 
License Agreements may be mailed to:
Wekiwa Septic2Sewer Project
C/O Quest
1540 International Parkway, Suite 2000
Lake Mary, FL  32746
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of April 18, 2022
 
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked to use caution near construction areas and understand this schedule could be affected by weather or other unforeseen conditions.
 
Please be advised that the main entrance at Sweetwater Country Club Drive continues to be closed for utility work. The Northfield Drive entrance will remain open for neighborhood entry/exit. Residents on Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Grassy Ridge Lane may still currently use the main entrance to access their homes.
 
Work is scheduled to begin on Grassy Ridge Lane. On Sweetwater Country Club Drive, work continues laying mainline pipe. Pending material availability, crews and equipment will continue preparations for asphalt along Sweetwater West Circle from Northfield Drive to just past the Sweetwater Country Club Drive intersection. Residents will be alerted if driveway access is impacted. Driveway access at the following properties could be impacted 7 a.m. – 5 p.m.:
 
·         1613 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1609 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1608 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1605 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1604 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1601 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1600 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1855 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1908 Sweetwater Country Club Drive
·         1900 Sweetwater Country Club Drive
·         2002 Sweetwater Country Club Drive
·         2010 Sweetwater Country Club Drive
·         All homes on Grassy Ridge Lane
 
Garbage collection, mail and package delivery should not be impacted by the work. If you have any issues with services not being able to be provided, please let Public Information Officer Lisa Mark know by calling 407-338-3650 or sending an email to lisa.mark@qcausa.com.
 
License Agreements may be mailed to:
Wekiwa Septic2Sewer Project
C/O Quest
1540 International Parkway, Suite 2000
Lake Mary, FL  32746
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of April 11, 2022
 
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked to use caution near construction areas and understand this schedule could be affected by weather or other unforeseen conditions.
 
Please be advised that the main entrance at Sweetwater Country Club Drive continues to be closed for utility work. The Northfield Drive entrance will remain open for neighborhood entry/exit. The Sweetwater Country Club Drive improvements are scheduled to take an estimated 3-4 months.
 
The intersection at Sweetwater West Circle and Sweetwater Country Club Drive remains closed to traffic. Residents on Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Grassy Ridge Lane may still currently use the main entrance to access their homes.
 
On Sweetwater Country Club Drive, work continues laying mainline pipe. Pending material availability, crews and equipment will continue preparations for asphalt along Sweetwater West Circle from Northfield Drive to just past the Sweetwater Country Club Drive intersection. Residents will be alerted if driveway access is impacted. Driveway access at the following properties could be impacted 7 a.m. – 5 p.m.:
 
·         1613 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1609 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1608 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1605 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1604 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1601 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1600 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1855 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1908 Sweetwater Country Club Drive
·         1900 Sweetwater Country Club Drive
·         2002 Sweetwater Country Club Drive
·         2010 Sweetwater Country Club Drive
 
Garbage collection, mail and package delivery should not be impacted by the work. If you have any issues with services not being able to be provided, please let Public Information Officer Lisa Mark know by calling 407-338-3650 or sending an email to lisa.mark@qcausa.com.
 
License Agreements may be mailed to:
Wekiwa Septic2Sewer Project
C/O Quest
1540 International Parkway, Suite 2000
Lake Mary, FL  32746
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of April 4, 2022
 
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked to use caution near construction areas and understand this schedule could be affected by weather or other unforeseen conditions.
 
Please be advised that the main entrance at Sweetwater Country Club Drive continues to be closed for utility work. The Northfield Drive entrance will remain open for neighborhood entry/exit. The Sweetwater Country Club Drive improvements are scheduled to take an estimated 3-4 months.
 
The intersection at Sweetwater West Circle and Sweetwater Country Club Drive remains closed to traffic. Residents on Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Grassy Ridge Lane may still currently use the main entrance to access their homes.
 
Next week, crews and equipment will continue preparations for asphalt along Sweetwater West Circle from Northfield Drive to just past the Sweetwater Country Club Drive intersection. Residents will be alerted if driveway access is impacted. In addition, work continues on Sweetwater Country Club Drive past the Grassy Ridge Lane intersection area, including laying mainline pipe. Driveway access at the following properties could be impacted 7 a.m. – 5 p.m.:
 
·         1613 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1609 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1608 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1605 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1604 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1601 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1600 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1855 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1908 Sweetwater Country Club Drive
·         1900 Sweetwater Country Club Drive
·         2002 Sweetwater Country Club Drive
·         2010 Sweetwater Country Club Drive
 
Garbage collection, mail and package delivery should not be impacted by the work. If you have any issues with services not being able to be provided, please let Public Information Officer Lisa Mark know by calling 407-338-3650 or sending an email to lisa.mark@qcausa.com.
 
License Agreements may be mailed to:
Wekiwa Septic2Sewer Project
C/O Quest
1540 International Parkway, Suite 2000
Lake Mary, FL  32746
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update
Week of March 28, 2022
 
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked to use caution near construction areas and understand this schedule could be affected by weather or other unforeseen conditions.
 
Please be advised that the main entrance at Sweetwater Country Club Drive continues to be closed for utility work. The Northfield Drive entrance will remain open for neighborhood entry/exit. The Sweetwater Country Club Drive improvements are scheduled to take an estimated 3-4 months.
 
The intersection at Sweetwater West Circle and Sweetwater Country Club Drive remains closed to traffic. Residents on Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Grassy Ridge Lane may still currently use the main entrance to access their homes.
 
Next week, crews and equipment will continue preparations for asphalt along Sweetwater West Circle from Northfield Drive to just past the Sweetwater Country Club Drive intersection. Residents will be alerted if driveway access is impacted. In addition, work continues on Sweetwater Country Club Drive past the Grassy Ridge Lane intersection area, including laying mainline pipe. Driveway access at the following properties could be impacted 7 a.m. – 5 p.m.:
 
·         1613 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1609 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1608 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1605 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1604 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1601 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1600 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1855 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1908 Sweetwater Country Club Drive
·         1900 Sweetwater Country Club Drive
·         2002 Sweetwater Country Club Drive
·         2010 Sweetwater Country Club Drive
 
Garbage collection, mail and package delivery should not be impacted by the work. If you have any issues with services not being able to be provided, please let Public Information Officer Lisa Mark know by calling 407-338-3650 or sending an email to lisa.mark@qcausa.com.
 
License Agreements may be mailed to:
 
Wekiwa Septic2Sewer Project
C/O Quest
1540 International Parkway, Suite 2000
Lake Mary, FL  32746
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update: Week of March 14, 2022
Posted March 11, 2022
 
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked to be aware and use caution and understand this schedule could be affected by weather or other unforeseen conditions.
 
Please be advised that the main entrance at Sweetwater Country Club Drive continues to be closed for utility work. The Northfield Drive entrance will remain open for neighborhood entry/exit. The Sweetwater Country Club Drive improvements are scheduled to take an estimated 3 to 4 months.
 
The intersection at Sweetwater West Circle and Sweetwater Country Club Drive remains closed to traffic. Residents on Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Grassy Ridge Lane may still currently use the main entrance to access their homes.
 
Next week, crews and equipment will continue working along Sweetwater West Circle from Northfield Drive to just past the Sweetwater Country Club Drive intersection. The contractor plans to begin laying temporary asphalt by sections in this area after pipe testing work is complete. Residents will be alerted if driveway access is impacted. In addition, force main work is planned on Sweetwater Country Club Drive through the Grassy Ridge Lane intersection area. Driveway access at the following properties could be impacted 7 a.m. – 5 p.m.:
 
·         1613 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1609 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1608 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1605 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1604 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1601 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1600 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1855 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1908 Sweetwater Country Club Drive 
·         1900 Sweetwater Country Club Drive
·         2002 Sweetwater Country Club Drive
·         2010 Sweetwater Country Club Drive
 
Garbage collection, mail and package delivery should not be impacted by the work. If you have any issues with services not being able to be provided, please let Public Information Officer Lisa Mark know by calling 407-338-3650 or sending an email to lisa.mark@qcausa.com.
 
Thank you for continuing to work with the entire project team.
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update: Week of March 7, 2022
Posted March 4, 2022
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked to be aware and use caution and understand this schedule could be affected by weather or other unforeseen conditions.
 
Please be advised that the main entrance at Sweetwater Country Club Drive continues to be closed for utility work. The Northfield Drive entrance will remain open for neighborhood entry/exit. The Sweetwater Country Club Drive improvements are scheduled to take an estimated 3 to 4 months.
 
The intersection at Sweetwater West Circle and Sweetwater Country Club Drive remains closed to traffic. Residents on Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Grassy Ridge Lane may still currently use the main entrance to access their homes.
 
Next week, crews and equipment will continue working along Sweetwater West Circle from Northfield Drive to just past the Sweetwater Country Club Drive intersection. Around mid-week, the contractor will begin laying temporary asphalt by sections in this area. Residents will be alerted if driveway access is impacted. In addition, force main work is planned on Sweetwater Country Club Drive through the Grassy Ridge Lane intersection area. Driveway access at the following properties could be impacted 7 a.m. – 5 p.m.:
 
·         1613 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1609 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1608 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1605 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1604 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1601 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1600 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1855 Sweetwater West Circle
·        1908 Sweetwater Country Club Drive
·        1900 Sweetwater Country Club Drive
·        2002 Sweetwater Country Club Drive
·        2010 Sweetwater Country Club Drive
 
Garbage collection, mail and package delivery should not be impacted by the work. If you have any issues with services not being able to be provided, please let Public Information Officer Lisa Mark know by calling 407-338-3650 or sending an email to lisa.mark@qcausa.com.
 
Thank you for continuing to work with the entire project team.
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update: Week of Feb. 21, 2022
Posted on Feb 18, 2022
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked to be aware and use caution and understand this schedule could be affected by weather or other unforeseen conditions.
 
Please be advised that the main entrance at Sweetwater Country Club Drive continues to be closed for utility work. The Northfield Drive entrance will remain open for neighborhood entry/exit. The Sweetwater Country Club Drive improvements are scheduled to take an estimated 3 to 4 months.
 
Initially, the intersection at Sweetwater West Circle and Sweetwater Country Club Drive will be closed to traffic. While the work is planned to progress on Sweetwater Country Club Drive, residents on Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Grassy Ridge Lane may still currently use the main entrance to access their homes.
 
Next week, crews and equipment will continue working along Sweetwater West Circle near Country Club Drive. Driveway access at the following properties could be impacted 7 a.m. – 5 p.m.:
 
·         1908 Sweetwater Country Club Drive
·         1855 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1600 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1900 Sweetwater Country Club Drive
·         1601 Sweetwater West Circle
 
Garbage collection, mail and package delivery should not be impacted by the work. If you have any issues with services not being able to be provided, please let Public Information Officer Lisa Mark know by calling 407-338-3650 or sending an email to lisa.mark@qcausa.com.
 
Thank you for continuing to work with the entire project team.
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update: Week of Feb. 14, 2022
Posted on Feb 10, 2022
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked to be aware and use caution and understand this schedule could be affected by weather or other unforeseen conditions.
 
Please be advised that the main entrance at Sweetwater Country Club Drive continues to be closed for utility work. The Northfield Drive entrance will remain open for neighborhood entry/exit. The Sweetwater Country Club Drive improvements are scheduled to take an estimated 3 to 4 months.
 
Initially, the intersection at Sweetwater West Circle and Sweetwater Country Club Drive will be closed to traffic. While the work is planned to progress on Sweetwater Country Club Drive, residents on Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Grassy Ridge Lane may still currently use the main entrance to access their homes.
 
Next week, crews and equipment will continue working along Sweetwater West Circle near Country Club Drive. Driveway access at the following properties could be impacted 7 a.m. – 5 p.m.:
 
·         1855 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1600 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1900 Sweetwater Country Club Drive
·         1601 Sweetwater West Circle
 
Garbage collection, mail and package delivery should not be impacted by the work. If you have any issues with services not being able to be provided, please let Public Information Officer Lisa Mark know by calling 407-338-3650 or sending an email to lisa.mark@qcausa.com.
 
Thank you for continuing to work with the entire project team.
 
Sweetwater West Construction Update: Week of Feb. 7, 2022
Posted on Feb 3, 2022
 
This weekly update is provided to help inform residents of upcoming active work areas. Residents are asked to be aware and use caution and understand this schedule could be affected by weather or other unforeseen conditions.
 
Please be advised that the main entrance at Sweetwater Country Club Drive is scheduled to be closed for utility work beginning February 7. At this time, the Northfield Drive entrance will be re-opened for neighborhood entry/exit. The Sweetwater Country Club Drive improvements are scheduled to take an estimated 3 to 4 months.
 
Initially, the intersection at Sweetwater West Circle and Sweetwater Country Club Drive will be closed to traffic. While the work is planned to progress on Sweetwater Country Club Drive, residents on Sweetwater Country Club Drive and Grassy Ridge Lane may still currently use the main entrance to access their homes.
 
Next week, crews and equipment will continue working along Sweetwater West Circle near Sweetwater Country Club Drive. Driveway access at the following properties could be impacted 7 a.m. – 5 p.m.:
 
·         1855 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1600 Sweetwater West Circle
·         1900 Sweetwater Country Club Drive
·         1601 Sweetwater West Circle
 
Garbage collection, mail and package delivery should not be impacted by the work. If you have any issues with services not being able to be provided, please let Public Information Officer Lisa Mark know by calling 407-338-3650 or sending an email to lisa.mark@qcausa.com.
 
Thank you for continuing to work with the entire project team.