EMWD Infrastructure Updates
|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:
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
|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
|Quail Valley Sewer Improvement Project,
Subarea 9 Phase I
In May 2017, EMWD announced that after several years of working with statewide funding agencies on behalf of local residents, we secured funding and would soon begin construction on Subarea 9, Phase I, of a sewer system in the Quail Valley community. EMWD has contracted with Downing Constructors Inc., for this project and will begin work on Subarea 9, Phase I, in October 2017 and continue until Winter 2018-19. The project includes a main sewer line that will run from Goetz Road to portions of Vista Way, Casa Bonita Avenue, Platino Drive, and Datil Drive. In total, 150 existing homes and 66 vacant properties will be able to connect to the new sewer line. Downing Constructors Inc., will also connect properties with existing septic systems to the new sewer line.
For questions regarding the Quail Valley On-Site Septic Tank – Subsurface Disposal System (Septic System) prohibition please contact the Regional Water Quality Control Board, Santa Ana at 951.782.4130 or visit their website on the issue by clicking here.Amanda Fine, Public Affairs Officer
951-928-3777 ext. 4206 firstname.lastname@example.org
|De Anza Lift Station Sewer Forcemain||
This project will construct 12- and 20-inch parallel sewer pipelines in Sanderson Avenue in San Jacinto to accommodate future development in the San Jacinto Valley. Work will be performed in Sanderson Avenue between Ramona Boulevard and EMWD’s San Jacinto Valley Regional Water Reclamation Facility.
Work is anticipated to begin in the spring of 2018 and extend through late 2018.
|Capital Improvement Project 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.