Quail Valley Sewer Improvement Project
Located off of Goetz Road in the Quail Valley Community of Menifee
Project Status: Goetz Road backbone sewer line and Subarea 4 are in design – not yet ready for construction.Please click here see a map of the area and proposed project. You can click on the various map components for more information.
The Quail Valley Septic to Sewer project is a multi-phased effort to construct sewer and abandon septic tanks in two areas (Subareas 9 and 4) of the Quail Valley community of the City of Menifee.
Subareas 9 and 4 are currently under a On-Site Septic Tank – Subsurface Disposal System (Septic System) prohibition and therefore the focus of the project.
For questions regarding the prohibition please contact the Regional Water Quality Control Board, Santa Ana at 951-782-4130 or visit their website.
Goetz Road and Subarea 4
EMWD is currently in the process of designing a sewer system that will serve Subarea 4 of the Quail Valley community (see maps above and below). The project will be funded via grant funding from state and federal partners.
In December of 2022, the President signed the nearly $1.7 trillion FY 2023 Omnibus Appropriations package (H.R. 2617). This package included funding for the Quail Valley Septic to Sewer Project advanced by Rep. Ken Calvert. Representative Calvert secured $2.5 million for this critical project. Total funding for the next phase of sewer in Quail Valley is listed below:
- $200,000 – Santa Ana Watershed Project Authority (design)
- $500,000 – State Water Resources Control Board (design)
- $2.5 million – 2022 United States Environmental Protection Agency’s (USEPA) State and Tribal Assistance Grants (STAG) Program (construction)
- $2.5 million – 2023 United States Environmental Protection Agency’s (USEPA) State and Tribal Assistance Grants (STAG) Program (construction)
Subarea 9, Phase I (complete)
In July 2019, EMWD completed Subarea 9, Phase I of the Quail Valley Sewer Project. The project included a main sewer line that runs from Goetz Road to portions of Vista Way, Casa Bonita Avenue, Platino Drive, Datil Drive and La Cresta Way. In total, 159 existing homes and 75 vacant properties will be connected to the new sewer line. The project is set to reach substantial completion by the summer of 2019.
Project Fact Sheets
Amanda Fine, Public Affairs Manager
951-928-3777, ext. 4206