CCWD is replacing about 5 miles of water transmission pipeline between Avery and Forest Meadows. Construction began on July 8, 2019, and will continue through fall 2020. The project is necessary to replace aging infrastructure that is failing and to increase fire flows and hydrants along Highway 4. The project is expected to cost $7.5 million and the funds are coming from the District’s Water Capital Renovation and Replacement Fund.
On weekdays, one-way traffic control may start as early as 6 a.m. and ends no later than 6 p.m. (3 p.m. on Fridays)
Construction crews mobilized on Monday March 2 for the 2020 construction season. Crews are clearing vegetation, installing sections of bypass piping, digging jack and bore pits and installing highway crossing infrastructure. For the remainder of the project, community members should expect shoulder and full lane closures. The project is expected to be complete this fall by the end of the 2020 construction season.
Crews are working on clearing vegetation, installing sections of bypass pipeline and installing new sections of main line. Community members should be prepared for one-way traffic control between Brice Station and Hathaway Pines through October 2020.