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Eastside Pipeline Project

What is the Construction of the Eastside Well Collector Pipeline for?  East Pipe Web Photo
When will the construction take place?
What streets will be affected?
Who should I contact with questions, comments, or concerns? 
 

What is the Construction of the Eastside Well Collector Pipeline for?

PWP is building a four-mile pipeline to link six groundwater wells - Jourdan, Chapman, Woodbury, Monte Vista, Twombly, and Wadsworth - to Jones Reservoir, where the water will be stored before delivery to residents and businesses. Water from the wells is currently disinfected on-site before it is pumped to our customers, but collecting it in the reservoir first will give PWP more operational flexibility and better water quality. As part of PWP’s overall strategy to convert its water disinfection systems from chlorine to chloramine, a new disinfection facility is also planned to treat the water before it enters the reservoir.

When will the Construction take place?

While construction work will impact several major thoroughfares starting in June, PWP will do its best to minimize inconvenience by notifying nearby property owners in advance and providing traffic control. Work is expected to be done by December 2013.

What streets will be affected?

The construction of the Eastside Well Collector Pipeline, which is almost 4 miles in length, will affect the following streets:

  • Monte Vista Street – Palo Verde Avenue to Craig Avenue
  • Craig Avenue – Monte Vista Street to Foothill Boulevard
  • Foothill Boulevard – Greenwood Avenue to Halstead Street
  • Halstead Street – Foothill Boulevard to 300 feet south of Foothill Boulevard
  • Sierra Madre Villa Avenue – Foothill Blvd to Sierra Madre Blvd
  • Sierra Madre Blvd – Sierra Madre Villa Avenue to 2,100 ft east of Sierra Madre Villa Ave
  • Alameda – Avocado intersection.

Below you will find a map of the completed and anticipated construction areas as of December 23, 2013:

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Red = Currently Affected Area; Green = Anticipated Construction Area; Grey = Completed Area

Who should I contact with questions, comments, or concerns?

Principal Engineer Natalie Ouwersloot is ready to answer any questions you may have. Contact her by email at nouwersloot@cityofpasadena.net or by phone at (626) 744-4409.

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