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California Avenue Sewer Pipeline Project Update 1/28/19

Post Date:01/28/2019 6:00 PM

Work on the California Avenue Sewer Pipeline Project continues to move south towards E. Ontario Ave. This work consists of open cut trenching on California Ave. during daytime and some nighttime hours. Traffic delays are expected in the work area with lane closures and potential detours. Please plan ahead to allow more time for your commute, follow signs and be safe around flaggers as you navigate around the work zones. All businesses will be accessible during construction.

The following work schedule is planned on California Avenue through late February.

California - Website Update 1/29/19

Late January through February: 
Over the next two weeks the open cut sewer installation work will move south on California Ave. from Old Temescal Rd. to Carbide Dr. 

Early February to late February: 
Work will continue south from Carbide Dr. to E. Ontario Ave.

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About the California Avenue Sewer Pipeline Project

The California Avenue Sewer Pipeline Project will provide additional flow capacity to carry sewage from new development and the planned decommissioning of the City's Water Reclamation Facility #3 (WRF3).

The project will construct approximately 8,600 linear feet of new sewer pipeline and associated manholes along California Avenue. The majority of the sewer will be installed using traditional open cut methods. Sewer construction at major street crossings will be constructed using trenchless technology, such as bore and jack methods which installs the pipe between two installation pits. Trenchless construction will minimize traffic disruption at high volume intersections at Old Temescal Road, Ontario Avenue and Chase Drive.

For more information about the California Avenue Sewer Pipeline Project, please visit www.CoronaCA.gov/ConstructionProjects, call 1-800-484-0437, or email Construction.News@NV5.com.

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.


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