The newly formed Lockwood Pedestrian Safety District Advisory Board has identified priority sidewalk and lighting projects to make the community safer.
A 30-day protest period is underway for property owners within a proposed revised sewer project in Lockwood.
Based on residential interest in a scaled-back project, the Lockwood Water and Sewer District will look further into how much it would cost to provide residents with sewer service.
Qualifying homeowners in Lockwood’s Phase 1 sewer area are eligible for grant funding to hook up to the service, but so far only three homeowners have sought help.
The Lockwood Water and Sewer District is taking a second look at providing residents with sewer service after voters rejected a $12.6 million project last fall.
Although Lockwood residents last week voted down a proposal for central sewer service, government agencies that had pledged money for the project are giving the Lockwood Water and Sewer District more time to consider its options.
A $12.6 million proposal to bring sewer service to 952 residential properties in Lockwood went down in defeat in Tuesday’s election.
Whether Lockwood’s Water and Sewer District will build a sewage system to serve 952 residential properties will soon be decided by voters.
The Lockwood Water and Sewer District is hosting a public meeting Wednesday night to discuss providing sewer service to residents.
The Lockwood Water and Sewer District recently received good news from the feds about plans to provide sewer service to residents.
Woody Woods, manager of the Lockwood Water and Sewer District, stands inside the lift station that helps move sewage to the city of Billings' wastewater treatment plant.
Fifteen years after a sewer district was established in Lockwood, the system has finally hooked up its first customer.
Sitting in front of maps showing the boundaries of the Lockwood Water and Sewer District, district manager Woody Woods talks about the long process of bringing sewer services to Lockwood.
Lockwood residents who live east of Johnson Lane have been asked to conserve water and boil any drinking water after a water main was cracked at the intersection of Johnson and Old Hardin Road.