Arantine Hills Sewer and Water Project
Recent Project News
04/05/2018: ARANTINE HILLS FORCE MAIN PROJECT -- CONSTRUCTION UPDATE
Beginning next week, nighttime work will be performed on the Arantine Hills Force Main Project at the intersection of Bedford Canyon Road and Foothill Parkway. Work will occur on the nights of Sun., April 8 through Thurs., April 12 between 8 p.m. and 4 a.m.
02/16/2018: ARANTINE HILLS FORCE MAIN PROJECT – CONSTRUCTION UPDATE
Daytime work on Bedford Canyon Rd., between Georgetown Dr. and Cajalco Rd., will resume on Tues., Feb. 20. Work in the intersection of Bedford Canyon Rd. and Cajalco Rd. is planned for Saturday February 24 and Sunday February 25. During this time, the intersection will remain open but the left turn onto northbound Bedford Canyon Rd. from eastbound Cajalco Rd will be closed.
Sewer work on the force main in Foothill Parkway is anticipated to begin on Mon., Feb 26 and continue through April 2018.
01/26/2018: ARANTINE HILLS FORCE MAIN PROJECT – CONSTRUCTION UPDATE
As of January 26, 2018, the City of Corona has completed the vast majority of work on the new waterline in Bedford Canyon Road. All City of Corona work in Bedford Canyon Road north of Georgetown Drive will be suspended until spring/summer 2018 in order to accommodate the construction of sound wall improvements along Bedford Canyon Road by the Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC), as part of the I-15 Expressways Project. Click here to learn more about the RCTC project.
Construction on the waterline will resume once RCTC’s work has been completed. The City anticipates that construction of sewer line improvements in Bedford Canyon Road south of Georgetown Drive will begin in March 2018.
01/11/2018 UPDATE: Combination of Daytime & Nighttime Work Planned on Bedford Canyon Road
Daytime work on Bedford Canyon Road is scheduled to continue through mid-January from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. During the daytime work, one lane of traffic will be closed on Bedford Canyon Road. No work will take place on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a holiday observed by the City of Corona.
Moving forward the project will be a combination of both day and night work depending on construction needs. Night work will resume late January, Sunday night through Friday morning, 8 p.m. to 4 a.m. Project updates will continue to be posted on this webpage.
12/29/2017 UPDATE: Daytime Paving Planned on Bedford Canyon Road
Daytime street paving on Bedford Canyon Road will take place on Wednesday, Jan. 3, Thursday, Jan. 4, and Friday, Jan. 5, 2018 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. The paving will take place where the water pipeline has been installed to date.
One lane of traffic will be closed on Bedford Canyon Road while paving efforts are underway with flaggers on hand to control traffic. This paving effort was timed to take place before school resumes from the holiday break.
Additional daytime work may be required during the duration of the project. To sign up to receive email updates, visit www.CoronaCA.gov/subscribe and click on "Construction Updates" in the News box or call 1-800-484-0437.
12/22/2017 Holiday Construction Schedule
Night work will be suspended on Bedford Canyon Road from Dec. 22, 2017 through Jan. 1, 2018 in observance of the holidays. The contractor will resume night work starting Jan. 2 through March 2018. Crews will perform the work at night from Sunday night through Friday morning 8 p.m. to 4 a.m.
The overall project is scheduled to be completed in the summer of 2018.
The work currently occurring on Bedford Canyon Road will upgrade the water distribution system to provide additional capacity to deliver fire flows. The sewer force main part of the project will begin in 2018 and will transport sewage from the new sewer pump station under construction in the Arantine Hills Development to the City's sewer system north of Foothill Parkway.
This project is one of a series of utility improvements to enable the City to decommission Water Reclamation Facility #3 (WRF3) and consolidate wastewater treatment in the City's remaining two larger wastewater treatment plants to optimize operations, achieve long-term cost savings and to serve new customers in south Corona.
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
The Project Includes
- New 10,400-foot sewer force main pipeline located in Foothill Parkway and Bedford Canyon Road.
- New 3,300-foot waterline in Bedford Canyon Road.
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- Enhances local wastewater and water services
- Increases system efficiencies
- Provides additional water capacity to fight fires
Why is this Project Needed
The new water pipeline will upgrade the water distribution system to provide additional capacity to deliver fire flows. The sewer force main will transport sewage from the new sewer pump station in the Arantine Hills Development to the City's sewer system north of Foothill Parkway. The project is one of a series of utility improvements to enable the City to decommission Water Reclamation Facility #3 (WRF3) and consolidate wastewater treatment in the City's remaining two larger wastewater treatment plants to optimize operations, achieve long-term cost savings and to serve new customers in south Corona.
Schedule & Work Hours:
Overall project December 2017 through summer 2018.
A combination of day and night work will be required depending on construction needs. Night work will take place Sunday night through Friday morning, 8 p.m. to 4 a.m.
Daytime work will take place Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
No work will take place on rainy days nor on holidays observed by the City of Corona.
What You Can Expect:
Please expect lane closures, detours and parking restrictions near the work sites during construction activity. Bedford Canyon Road will be closed to thru traffic during nighttime construction. Temporary traffic control will be removed daily prior to morning traffic. Mail and package delivery is expected to continue unhindered during the daytime. Local and emergency access will be maintained at all times. Lighting will be required for nighttime work and noise is to be expected from construction activities.
The City of Corona APPRECIATES your patience and support while we make these important infrastructure improvements.