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The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California
Infrastructure Projects
Metropolitan regularly monitors its water treatment and distribution infrastructures to assess their condition and ensure that critical facilities remain fit for service.  Each year, numerous capital improvement projects are implemented to improve the reliability of Metropolitan's water delivery system, including pipeline refurbishment and repair.  Although these projects may cause a short-term inconvenience in local communities, they protect ratepayers' investments in an $8.6 billion regional water system.

This page will post current projects in your area.
Current Projects

Information about projects are that are underway or will be implemented in upcoming months will be posted as it becomes available. Metropolitan strives to provide advance notice to local residents and businesses that are in close proximity to a project site.

 

Current Projects

Information about projects are that are underway or will be implemented in upcoming months will be posted as it becomes available. Metropolitan strives to provide advance notice to local residents and businesses that are in close proximity to a project site.

Orange County Feeder Relining Project

​Key improvements to the Orange County Feeder, a major pipeline in the regional water system, are being made to protect the pipe that is nearing the end of its service life and requires replacement.  Work will occur at 13 locations down Bristol Street in Santa Ana & Costa Mesa.  Construction will take place February – August 2019.  Read more  and visit the project web siteSee mapFor project updates, text “BRISTOL” to 90407.

Palos Verdes Reservoir

Metropolitan is rehabilitating the Palos Verdes Reservoir, including installation of a new floating cover and liner.
Project Notices


December 2015

April 2018

August 2018

October 8, 2018

October 29, 2018

December 2018



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Second Lower Feeder

The Second Lower Feeder is one of the major pipelines in the system. Approximately 28 miles of this pipeline needs to be relined with steel to ensure that it will be reliable long into the future. Read more.

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