YOUR CITY WASTEWATER

SERVICE FEES AT WORK
IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD

N14 Temple and Glendale
Sewer Rehabilitation Project

Project Background
The City of Los Angeles Department of Public Works will soon begin construction of a sewer project in your
neighborhood. This project includes a number of improvements that will make your sewers more reliable for
decades to come.
The project will remove, repair and rehabilitate the sewer pipelines to address deterioration. These sewers are
important because they carry wastewater to the Hyperion Water Reclamation Plant in Playa del Rey, where the
wastewater is treated to a high quality before being released into the Santa Monica Bay.

Quick Facts Living with Construction________________________
• Scheduled Start: Winter 2016 • Weather or other circumstances could • For public safety, enclosures or other barriers

• Scheduled End: Spring 2018
shift the work schedule. Neighbors will be will be used in construction areas wherever
informed as conditions warrant. necessary.
• The project area is bounded by
• Construction will generally take place Monday • Flaggers will be used where traffic is
- Scott Avenue to the north, through Friday, from 7:00 a.m. until 4:00 impacted.
- 3rd Street to the south, p.m., and on major streets from 9:00 a.m. • Trash pickup, deliveries, access to businesses
until 3:30 p.m. to minimize traffic impacts. and residential driveways will be maintained.
- Alvarado Street to the west, and
• In order to minimize disruption on your
- The Harbor and Pasadena (110) • Parking may be temporarily restricted in some
street, most of the construction work at most areas, and signs will be posted in advance
Freeway to the east
locations will be completed in about 5-10 with details.
• Construction Cost: $3 million business days.
• You will be notified 24-48 hours in advance
• Pipeline Length: 4 miles • Trucks and other equipment such as pipes
whenever sewer services may be temporarily
will be used during construction, and you interrupted.
may see open trench excavation and debris
Information__________ removal.
If you have any questions about this • Dust control will be provided in all project
project, please call the City of Los Angeles areas.
Public Affairs Office at (213) 978-0333.
You can also visit san.lacity.org >
What We Do > Clean Water > Sewers >
Construction and Capital Improvement
Projects.

See construction map on back
N14 Temple and Glendale Sewer Rehabilitation Project

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