Cal Water has started construction for the Palos Verdes Peninsula Water Reliability Project, which will enhance the Peninsula’s existing drinking water system and improve water service reliability for everyday and emergency needs. The project will install seven miles of new drinking water pipelines and a new pump station in primarily Rolling Hills Estates. Construction began in June and is expected to be completed by the end of 2019.
Please note that there will be closures of select streets and bridle trails to install the new drinking water pipelines. There will be a one-month closure of theeastbound lane on Palos Verdes Drive North between Dapplegray Lane and Dapplegray Elementary from July 9 to August 10. There will be a clearly marked detour for eastbound traffic beginning at Crenshaw Boulevard and the westbound lane will remain open at all times. Please see attached for maps detailing the closure and detour.
There will also be partial lane closures along Crenshaw Boulevard between Palos Verdes Drive North and Crest Road from approximately October 2018 to April 2019. We are working with Google Maps, Waze, and Apple Maps to provide real-time construction and detour information so you can stay up-to-date on any changes to your daily commute.
Additional project information, including weekly project updates and a complete timeline of construction, is available at www.pvpwaterproject.com. We encourage you to sign up for project updates by email and text message on the website and follow us at facebook.com/pvpwaterproject. You can also reach us at pvpwaterproject@CalWater.com with project-related questions. We look forward to bringing this much-needed upgrade to the Peninsula and keeping you updated on project progress.
Palos Verdes Peninsula Water Reliability Project