Arantine Hills Force Main Project Update
The City of Corona began a wastewater and water infrastructure construction project in early December 2017. The Water and Wastewater Improvement Project is needed to enhance local wastewater and water services and increase system efficiencies.
There are no construction activities planned for the Thanksgiving Holiday or near retail businesses on Black Friday.
As of November 2018, Riverside County Transportation Commission has constructed the sound wall along I-15 and Southern California Gas Company has installed the new gas main on Bedford Canyon Road. City of Corona work with the Water and Wastewater Utilities Improvement Projects to construct new sewer force mains and water lines in Bedford Canyon Road and Foothill Parkway is largely complete. Final street paving and striping will begin the 3rd or 4th week of November for the general area from Bedford Canyon Road to Foothill Parkway. Paving is expected to require several days with striping to follow approximately one week later, weather permitting.
Expect traffic detours and delays during paving and striping. There will be no additional planned construction in these areas once final paving and striping has been completed.
Work on the I-15 continues and is being managed by the Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC) project. Click here for updates on the Cajalco I-15 Interchange Improvement Project.
Private Contractor Work on Intersection at Bedford Canyon and Cajalco:
A private contractor, not associated with the City, continues to their work in the Bedford Canyon/Cajalco intersection. For questions or concerns about this intersection work, please contact Garth Moore, 714-493-1124 or Bill Shada, 760-685-2426.
About the Arantine Hills Force Main Project:
The Arantine Hills Force Main Project will include a new 10,400-foot sewer force main pipeline located in Foothill Parkway and Bedford Canyon Road as well as a new 3,300-foot waterline in Bedford Canyon Road.
Please be advised that traffic delays are to be expected. Plan accordingly by taking alternate routes and allowing more travel time for known traffic delays. The City of Corona appreciates your patience and support while we make these important infrastructure improvements. We apologize for the temporary inconvenience.