The City of Graham has worked extensively on the wastewater collection system within the Boyd Creek watershed since 2009. The Boyd Creek watershed is within the impaired Little Alamance Creek watershed. This work is focused on reducing surface water and waste water interaction. This has included extensive I/I evaluation, improvements to the Boyd Creek Pump Station, CIPP relining of sewer outfall lines, manhole rehabilitation and smoke testing. This work is ongoing with the Pump Station and CIPP lining being funded by the Clean Water State Revolving Funds (CWSRF). The total construction projects completed to date are $1.2 million with the Boyd Creek Pump Station under construction in fall 2019 for $3.3 Million. By the end of 2020, the City of Graham expects to have spent at least $4.5 million in collection system improvements within the watershed.