Capital Improvement Program

The District's Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is a five-year planning schedule with each year approved in the correlating fiscal year. Long-term capital planning is a dynamic process and is part of the district's overall strategic plan. Capital planning involves identifying current and future needs and prioritizing them through an assessment process.

Projects listed in the CIP are reviewed annually by the district's staff to allow the program to be more responsive to changing needs, regulations, funding availability, and demand projections.

2018-19 Capital Improvement Program


Project Type Description Current Phase Projected Completion
AMR Meter Replacement Program Water Meter Install Automated Meter Reading (AMR) devices to allow for more accurate reads and a more efficient process to collect meter read data. Construction Jul 2017
Plant 134 Hydroelectric Generation Facility Hydroelectric Generator Install a hydroelectric generation facility to offset energy cost of operating the treatment plant. (Construction complete, official opening pending).  Operation July 2018
Orange Street Sewer Main Replacement  Replacement
Wastewater 
Collection Main
This project will replace, re-line or pipe-burst approximately 200 linear feet of wastewater main with offset joints and broken pipe defects.  Planning December
2018
Ferndale Ave Sewer Main Replacement Wastewater  A 6-inch diameter main provides more potential for main blockage to occur.  Current standards require minimum 8-inch diameter for mains. This section of pipeline has 9 direct lateral connections and serves approximately 400 single family residential units upstream. Approximately 600 linear feet of pipeline will be reconstructed with 9 lateral reconnections also required.  Planning August 2018
Paloma Road Wastewater Pipeline Rehabilitation  Wastewater A 700-foot section of wastewater main along Paloma Road will be repaired with a new liner to provide strength and seal all cracks. Este informe contiene informacion muy importante. Hacer Clic Aqui  Construction  May 2017
Sterling Natural Resource Center New Wastewater
Treatment
In response to the drought  and  SBX7-7 which mandates that the District  must cut 20% of its use by the  year 2020, the District  is planning and constructing a water recycling facility. The facility will allow the District to  treat wastewater to a point that it can be recharged back into the groundwater basin and reused for domestic purpose. Initially the facility will treat approximately 6 million gallons per day and will be expandable to be able to treat ultimate build out of approximately 10 million gallons per day. Procurement March 2022
Plant 134 Transmission Main to Upper Zone
Water
This project will create a new freeway crossing point at high elevation,  greatly enhancing system efficiency and flexibility. The project involves installation of a 16-inch transmission main crossing the 330 Freeway and Highland Avenue. Design June 2019
Phase 2 AMI Meter Upgrade Program Water Meter Water meters will be upgraded to an Advanced Meter communications device to allow for a more efficient process to collect meter read data.

Public Notice Flyer (English)
Public Notice Flyer (Spanish)
Installation Map and Schedule
 Installations August 2018
Paloma Rd Phase 2 Sewer Main Rehab  Wastewater A 6-inch diameter main provides more potential for main blockage to occur.  Current standards require minimum 8-inch diameter for mains. This section of pipeline has 8 direct lateral connections and serves an additional 32 single family residential units upstream. Requires reconstruction of approximately 220 linear feet of pipeline and reconnections of 8 laterals. 


Planning August 2018
A 6-inch diameter main provides more potential for main blockage to occur.  Current standards require minimum 8-inch diameter for mains. This section of pipeline has 9 direct lateral connections and serves approximately 400 single family residential units upstream. Approximately 600 linear feet of pipeline will be reconstructed with 9 lateral reconnections also required.
A 6-inch diameter main provides more potential for main blockage to occur.  Current standards require minimum 8-inch diameter for mains. This section of pipeline has 9 direct lateral connections and serves approximately 400 single family residential units upstream. Approximately 600 linear feet of pipeline will be reconstructed with 9 lateral reconnections also required.
A 6-inch diameter main provides more potential for main blockage to occur.  Current standards require minimum 8-inch diameter for mains. This section of pipeline has 9 direct lateral connections and serves approximately 400 single family residential units upstream. Approximately 600 linear feet of pipeline will be reconstructed with 9 lateral reconnections also required.