Infrastructure Replacement (I.R.) Projects

M.U.D. must maintain a reliable distribution system to provide safe, high quality drinking water and natural gas.

To replace targeted gas and water mains, the District has an infrastructure replacement program. Our gas and water rates include monthly fees to provide long-term funding for infrastructure replacement.

In 2008, the District’s Gas Department began an accelerated program to replace cast iron gas mains; this program should be substantially completed by the end of 2027.

The Water Department has more recently focused on risk modeling, which takes into account several factors in determining the priorities of water main replacements. Our long-term goal is to increase the rate of main replacements to approximately 25 miles a year. We are working hard to reverse the trend of the increasing number of water main breaks that impact our community.

Whenever possible, projects are done in conjunction with road or redevelopment projects or the City of Omaha’s combined sewer separation work to save money and minimize inconvenience to customers.

Scroll down to see an interactive map of current projects.

The Infrastructure Replacement Process

The Infrastructure Replacement Process

  • Infrastructure Report

    Click the link below to see the latest Infrastructure Annual Report.

  • Clean Solutions for Omaha

    For questions about the City of Omaha Clean Solutions for Omaha, visit their website below.

M.U.D. Coverage Area

Click on the highlighted areas in the map area to see a pop-up box with more information for each project.

Please note: Project start and end dates are tentative and are subject to change due to weather or other unforeseen circumstances.

Water Infrastructure
Gas Infrastructure