PROJECT INFORMATION

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Metropolitan Water District of Southern California

Orange County Feeder Relining Project

The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California is making key improvements to the Orange County Feeder, a major pipeline in the regional water system. This project is necessary to ensure that we continue to provide reliable water supplies to our 26 member public agencies serving 19 million people. Work will occur along Bristol Street from Raymar Street to Anton Boulevard. Water supply to homes and businesses will not be affected. Improvements began in mid-February and will continue until fall 2019.

The project requires lane closures and traffic will be impacted throughout the project limits. We recognize that this project takes place in an area with shopping centers, schools, residents, and commercial properties. We are committed to ensuring that you stay connected to all construction activities in your community.

Please visit our website for more information at:
www.mwdh2o.com/construction




LATEST UPDATES

July 10: We’re making tremendous progress. Our crews are working 12 hours/day and 6 days/week. We’ve finished work at Bristol St. and St. Andrews Place. All traffic lanes are open. We will start work at Bristol St. near MacArthur Blvd by the end of the week. Please look out for traffic impacts.

June 28:
We finished construction on Bristol St. near Borchard Ave. All traffic lanes are now open. We've started construction at Bristol St. near Garry Ave. Please watch out for traffic impacts.

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June 21: 
We’ve wrapped up work at Bristol St. near McFadden Ave. All traffic lanes are open. We’re starting work at a new location on Bristol St. near Segerstrom Ave. Please watch out for traffic impacts and lane closures at this new location. 

June 18: 
Good news! We’ve completed construction on Bristol Street near Highland Avenue. All traffic lanes at this location are now open. Work has started at a new location – on Bristol Street near West Central Ave. Please beware of lane closures and traffic impacts. We’re making a lot of progress on construction and expect to have another update in the next few days. 

June 5:
We've started construction at a new location on Bristol Street at Warner Avenue. Please look out for lane closures and traffic impacts. Work still continues at five other locations on Bristol St.  near the intersections of Highland St., McFadden Ave., Borchard Ave., St. Andrews Pl., and Camden Pl.

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May 13:
We've started work at a new location on Bristol St. near the intersection at Camden Place. Work still continues at the other four locations at Highland St., McFadden Ave., Borchard Ave., and W St. Andrews Pl. Lanes may be closed and traffic may be impacted.

April 3: 
Construction continues on the Orange Counter Feeder on Bristol Street near the intersections of Highland St., McFadden Ave., Borchard Ave., and W St. Andrews. Pl. We’re making progress and now preparing the pipeline for a new liner. Work will continue at these locations through spring.
 
March 7:
The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California has begun construction on Bristol St near the following cross streets: Highland St., McFadden Ave., Borchard Ave., and W St. Andrews Pl. There may be traffic impacts and lane closures at these location.


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EN ESPAñOL

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Mejoras a largo de la calle Bristol en Santa Ana y Costa mesa llegaran a mediados de febrero

Metropolitan Water District of Southern California hará mejoras clave en el Orange County Feeder, un mayor oleoducto en el sistema de agua regional.

Este proyecto es necesario para asegurar un suministro confiable de agua y para continuar proporcionando agua a nuestras 26 agencias locales de agua que atienden a 19 millones de personas. El trabajo ocurrirá a lo largo de la calle Bristol desde la calle Bishop hasta bulevar Anton. Este proyecto requiere el cierre de carriles y el tráfico será afectado. El proyecto comenzará a mediados de febrero y continuará hasta fines de agosto. 

El suministro de agua no será afectado.