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Perris North Groundwater Program

Well 65 - Rendering

The program is a long-term solution to improve groundwater quality in the Perris North Groundwater Basin, located in the Moreno Valley area. The program will not only address groundwater contamination, but it will also continue to provide a safe and reliable water supply for surrounding communities.

EMWD received a grant from the State Water Resources Control Board to fund approximately half of the project costs for its Perris North Groundwater Program. That grant is funded by the voter approved Proposition 1 Water Bond of 2014.

New Project Updates Available (as of February 15, 2024) – Click on the drop-down sections below

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Perris Boulevard Pipeline Project

Project Description:  The project will install approximately 6,700 feet of 18-inch diameter pipeline in the City of Moreno Valley.

Project Location:  The pipeline route is planned to move south on Perris Boulevard beginning at EMWD’s water storage tank located south of Heacock Street to Robin Lane, in northern Moreno Valley.  The alignment will also cover a portion of Old Perris Boulevard/Pico Vista Way.

New Project Updates Available (as of February 15​, 2024)

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Kitching St and Iris Ave Sewer Pipeline Replacement Project

Project Description:  The project consists of replacing an existing sewer pipeline that is nearing the end of its useable life by installing approximately 3,500 feet of 24-inch pipe primarily along Kitching Street in Moreno Valley.

Project Location:  The project alignment stretches along Kitching Street from Gentian Avenue to Iris Avenue and along Iris Avenue from Kitching Street to La Fortuna Lane.

New Project Updates Available (as of February 15​, 2024)

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Cactus II Feeder Pipeline, Phase II

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Eastern Municipal Water District (EMWD) is seeking funding to help advance the design and construction of the Cactus II Feeder Pipeline, Phase II, which will support anticipated significant economic development, industrial and residential growth in the eastern portion of Moreno Valley, Calif.

The pipeline will include more than 23,000 linear feet of large-diameter pipeline through a major corridor in Moreno Valley, as well as two turnouts to connect to existing EMWD facilities and help regulate hydraulic pressure.