Construction is underway on a water project expected to help Papillion grow.
The $4.5 million booster station and water tank are located at Summit Ridge, which is in the southern part of Papillion's jurisdiction near 96th Street and Schram Road.
The booster station will help the city deliver water to western Papillion, an area where growth is expected.
Designed in 2003, the project has been in the works for more than a decade and is expected to wrap up at the end of the year.
The roughly $2.5 million storage tank is a ground-level reservoir, while the roughly $1.9 million booster pump station is in an enclosed building.
Contracts for the project — Ericksen Construction Co. will build the station and Preload Inc. will build the reservoir — were awarded last month.
Papillion spokesman Darren Carlson said the city has stayed in touch with Summit Ridge residents and attended homeowners association meetings to discuss the project.
The city is working with groups in the neighborhood to minimize its effects, such as an increase in traffic through the area and around the site.