On Monday, March 26, Dublin will start a program to check the condition of water lines in the historic district using a non-invasive sound-sensor system.

On Monday, March 26, Dublin will start a program to check the condition of water lines in the historic district using a non-invasive sound-sensor system.

Dublin hired Echologics to search for leaks in city water lines that have been around for as long as 40 years. The city's water-pipe infrastructure is expected to last 80-100 years, but the city is checking for leaks and breaks to maintain water quality in Dublin.

The program is expected to move through Historic Dublin by April 6. There may be brief lane closures during the work, but no road closures, officials said.

The program will also assess the water line under the Scioto River between Summit View Road and Carrigan Ridge Court in the Amberleigh neighborhood. Work is anticipated to be finished April 6.

For more information, contact engineering manager Barbara Cox at (614) 410-4641 or via email at bcox@dublin.oh.us.

- Jennifer Noblit/ThisWeek