The McNutt Creek drainage basin is located on the eastern end of the City's ETJ. There is no City water or wastewater infrastructure in this part of the Round Rock ETJ. To prepare for the development and growth, the City has developed a Wastewater Master Plan that includes the construction of this interceptor to serve this area. This project includes the construction of a 8,340 linear foot of 48-inch wastewater line to extend from the existing Brushy Creek Regional Wastewater Plan located on the eastern side of the City of Round Rock, and extends north-easterly to a certain point just north of McNutt Creek. Agreements with two Municipal Utility Districts (MUD's) are in place that will pay a total of $5,700,000 toward construction of the line. The construction of this interceptor will allow developer's to tie into the City's wastewater system in the near future. With developer participation of $5,700,000, the City's cost will be $7,004,348. The City will collect impact fees totaling $5,737.258 when the two MUD's reach build out.