The City of Camden received a Basic Infrastructure grant as well as Clean Water and Drinking Water SRF loans to rehabilitate and/or replace aging water and sewer lines along multiple streets in the Kirkwood neighborhood. The gravity sewer project improved flow and reduced sewer blockages from root infiltration and line collapses. As a result of the water and sewer improvements, residents should not only experience fewer line breaks and service disruptions, they should also notice improved water quality, flow and pressure as well as increased fire protection from the placement of new fire hydrants in the area. This project further spurred the city to put the electrical lines underground while working on the water and sewer lines. The project benefitted 200 residential customers.