CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. – Clarksville Gas & Water will begin a 180-day natural gas system upgrade project on May 1, 2023 on a section of Highway 41A South between Bagwell Road and West Stroudsville Road.
A Gas & Water hired contractor will perform all work related to the upgrade project; however, a Clarksville Gas representative will routinely be present on the job site. The work will be weather dependent and will take place during weekdays, 7 a.m.-3:30 p.m., on a 12-inch natural gas main line in five separate locations in the northern right-of-way of Highway 41A between Bagwell Road and Gause Road and one location in the southern right-of-way of Highway 41A between Welker Road and West Stroudsville Road.
Under normal conditions, the upgrade work should not affect natural gas service to area customers. Additionally, there is no cost to residents as this work is part of the Clarksville Gas Department’s system maintenance plan.
“It is our important responsibility to design, operate, and maintain Clarksville’s underground natural gas pipeline system according to federal safety standards and I’m pleased to report our system is operating safely and properly as prescribed,” said Troy Jones, Clarksville Gas Department Manager. “This upgrade work is part of our system maintenance plan and we will strive to perform the work as quickly and efficiently as possible to minimize any inconvenience to area residents,” Jones said.
If you have questions or concerns, please contact the Clarksville Gas Department at (931) 645-7422 on weekdays between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.