As the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve, Buffalo Sewer has reduced our onsite workforce to help flatten the curve, transitioning to a partial remote work status. We have prepared for this to minimize disruptions. Our top priority remains to protect public health by providing the critical service of clean and safe water.

The Scajacquada Expressway is being closed again for approximately 4 weeks for the cleaning of Scajacquada Creek. This comes just months after the State Transportation Officials reopened the expressway from a two-year bridge replacement project. Sewer Authority General Manager Olulowole McFoy says “”It is going to get rid of the odors that are concerned, and at the end of this, when you look out over the [Route] 198, that island of sediment behind the History Museum will be gone.”