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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 May 14​, 2024)

Project Timeline:  The project began construction in January 2024 and is set to finish in the Fall of 2024.  Expect traffic delays and lane closures during this time.

Project Purpose:  This project is meant to increase the water capacity to accommodate growth in the City of Moreno Valley.

Project Update (as of May 14, 2024):

  • The project is about 70% complete.
  • Crews continue working intermittently on the project.
  • Beginning the week of May 20th, crews anticipate to begin work on the southern end of the alignment from Robin Lane to Pico Vista Way.  Crews will work in the southbound lanes.
    • ​The road will remain open on both ends for travel with traffic control in place.
  • Working hours are set at 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and may be subject to change.
    • Please note: All work is weather-permitting. Final paving will be performed at the conclusion of the project.


Project Fact Sheet

Contact Information:
Alma Ramirez
Public Affairs Program Manager
951-928-3777, ext. 4370

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