State Line Road Pump Stations & Forcemain

The purpose of the State Line Road Pump Stations and Forcemain project is to capture flows from the Leawood Service Area that currently drain across the State Line into the Kansas City, Missouri (KCMO) collection system and send that flow to JCW’s newly completed Tomahawk Wastewater Treatment Facility.

 

JCW evaluated the business case for this project and determined that the project will save JCW over $100 Million over 20 years, compared to the cost of continued treatment of all flows by KCMO. Along with these long-term savings, this project will pay for itself in approximately 6 to 7 years, providing near term financial benefits to the residents of Johnson County.

Project Schedule Currently in Planning and Design Phase
  • ​INTERACT Public Open House Held

    • In-Person - March 8, 2022

    • Virtual - March 9, 2022

    • Attendees invited:

      • In Conformance with the City of Leawood's INTERACT Program, Certified Letters were sent to property owners within 200 feet of each property location.

      • In addition, postcards were sent to all property owners within 500 feet of each property location.

  • Follow-up meetings held with property owners and citizens to answer questions and additional input.

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Figure 1-1A: indicates the general locations of proposed State Line pump stations and forcemain.

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Map above shows the sub-basin boundaries and how the gravity flow of the sewers is directed to the sites.