Capital Projects     

Capital Projects Overview

The District operates and maintains over 110 miles of water distribution pipes, 4600 service connections, groundwater wells, pump stations, Juncal Dam, Jameson Lake, ten reservoirs and two water treatment facilities. Many District owned pipes, reservoirs, and facilities were built in the 1920s when the District was first created. Aging infrastructure causes hazards to human health, leaks in our water pipes, and service disruption to District customers. For that reason, the District has a 5-year capital improvement program to replace aging infrastructure. It's all part of providing a reliable supply of safe, high-quality water to our customers.

5-year Capital Improvement Plan

Current And Upcoming Projects

ROMERO CANYON CREEK BRIDGE WATER MAIN REPAIRS

The project will repair pipeline and related infrastructure which was damaged during the January 9th, 2018 debris flows.

Status: All proposals are due by 12:00 Noon on Wednesday October 24, 2018 per the instructions in the RFP.

DOWNLOAD RFP (PDF)
Addendum to RFP
Addendum 2

BELLA VISTA HIGHLINE REPAIR

The project will repair pipeline and related infrastructure which was damaged during the January 9th, 2018 debris flows.

Status: RFP submittal closed.

TORO CANYON CREEK BRIDGE (Toro East)

The project will repair pipeline and related infrastructure which was damaged during the January 9th, 2018 debris flows.

Status: RFP submittal closed.

HIDDEN VALLEY LANE

The project will repair pipeline and related infrastructure which was damaged during the January 9th, 2018 debris flows.

Status: RFP submittal closed.

GLEN OAKS LANE

This project will replace pipeline and related infrastructure in the District's service area at the northerly bridge on Glen Oaks Drive which was damaged during the January 9th, 2018 debris flow.

Status: RFP submittal closed.

 

 

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