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Mid Beach Sewer Rehabilitation Project - 41 Street

Start Date: Monday, May 6, 2024

What's Happening

The City of Miami Beach contractor, Vortex Companies, is currently performing rehabilitation work on the gravity sanitary sewer pipes and manholes that service Mid Beach. 

A sewer-grade lining will be installed on the inside of the existing sewer pipes to create an internal pipe that extends the useful life of the sewers to ensure proper functionality of the sewer system in the area. The work is intended to take place through the access sewer manholes.

The City will use CCTV technology to perform a sewer inspection of the lines at 41 Street. This will allow them to pinpoint the type of rehabilitation needed. If rehabilitation is required, work will resume at a later date. The city will send out a notification for further work in the area.

This initiative is one part of the overall action plan aimed at improving water quality throughout Mid Beach. To learn more please visit


CCTV (sewer inspection) will begin on 41 Street between Alton Road and Sheridan Avenue on Monday, May 6, 2024. This work will be conducted in phases and take approximately one week to complete. Work hours are weekdays from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m.

The following schedule shows how the CCTV inspection will be phased:

  • Phase I: 41 Street from Alton to N Meridian Avenue (eastbound)
  • Phase II: 41 Street from N Meridian Avenue to Prairie Avenue (eastbound)
  • Phase III: 41 Street from Prairie Avenue to Sheridan Avenue (eastbound)

Please know that timelines may change due to weather or unforeseen circumstances.

What to Expect

  • Please minimize water usage between the hours of 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. Avoid using high-volume water sources such as washing machines, showers, baths or dishwashers as much as possible during this time.
  • You will receive a door hanger 48 hours prior to work commencing in your area. 
  • Limited bathroom usage is permitted. 
  • Crews, trucks and equipment will be on-site during this time accessing the manholes in the street, parking spaces, and on occasion in yards.
  • Parking spaces adjacent to manholes will need to be accessed.
  • Please adhere to the "NO PARKING" signs and refrain from parking in these spaces. Vehicles parked in "NO PARKING" spaces will be towed at the owner's expense.
  • Sewer service will be interrupted while work is being completed in your area. Potable water service will be available. 
  • If the property has a sump pump connected to the sewer system, please unplug it during the installation process.
  • Segments of 41 Street will be closed overnight during each phase and will reopen by 5 a.m. Please see the phasing schedule to determine which lanes will be restricted.
  • This project is ongoing. Work will be performed in multiple locations throughout Mid Beach.


For more information, please contact Gabriella Gonzalez, Neighborhood Affairs Coordinator at

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