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EMWD Construction Project Name  Staff Contact
 French Valley Recycled Water Pipeline

This project will construct approximately 3,100 feet of 12-inch recycled water pipeline along Benton Road and Pourroy Road.  The pipeline will provide recycled water for irrigation to the following developments located along the project:

  • Sheffield Park
  • Butterfield Park
  • French Valley Elementary School
  • Valley Wide Recreation

Click here to view the map of the project alignment.

Recycled water plays an important role in achieving our goal of developing a drought-proof and sustainable water supply for our customers and we appreciate your patience during this project. 

Roxanne Rountree, Senior Public Affairs Officer
951-928-3777 ext. 4391
rountrer@emwd.org

Audie Murphy Ranch Recycled Water Project (Menifee) This project will provide a stable and reliable recycled water supply to both the South and North phases of Audie Murphy Ranch.

Amanda Fine, Public Affairs Officer
951-928-3777
 ext. 4206
finea@emwd.org

 

Quail Valley Sewer Sub-Area 9 Phase I Project

 

Atkins North America has been obtained for engineering services to complete preliminary design for Quail Valley Sewer Improvements Sub-Area 9, Phase 1.  Phase 1 will consist of installing gravity sewer system for 149 existing residential units and 66 undeveloped lots. This portion of Sub-Area 9 will follow an alternative gravity sewer approach utilizing the lift station capacity in the Audie Murphy Ranch development. The project will be financed from the General District’s Restricted Sewer System Expansion Fund, subject to reimbursement from the State Water Resources Control Board’s Clean Water State Revolving Fund Program.

Amanda Fine, Public Affairs Officer
951-928-3777 ext. 4206

Capital Improvement Program Update

Capital improvement projects are designed to enhance the water distribution and treatment systems that provide safe and reliable water to EMWD customers as well as sewer collection systems that safely collect and treat all wastewater in the District's service area. Capital improvement projects are financed by developer fees, grants, and municipal bonds.