Upcoming Night Work
In addition to regularly scheduled day work, night work will take place February 18 - 23 between the hours of 9 p.m. and 6 a.m. As part of the Newport Blvd. District 6 sewer project, crews will be working on a city local sewer line that connects to OCSD's sewer line.
OCSD owns and operates 396 miles of regional sewer lines in north and central Orange County. The water from your residence or business that goes down the drain from your toilet, sink, shower, washing machine, and dishwasher travels through an extensive system of underground pipes. It starts from your property through a private lateral, to local sewer lines, to OCSD regional trunklines, to Plant No. 1 in Fountain Valley or Plant No. 2 in Huntington Beach for advanced treatment and recycling. This system is called the wastewater collection system.
*All dates and times are subject to change based on inclement weather and other operational factors.
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If you have any questions or want the most up-to-date information, please call our Construction Hotline at (714) 378-2965 or e-mail email@example.com.
The Newport Blvd. District 6 Trunk Sewer Relief construction project will replace an existing 60 year old regional sewer pipeline with a larger sewer pipeline to increase the sewer flow capacity and reduce the risk of spills. Construction will take place along Newport Blvd. between Pacific Coast Highway and Industrial Way in the City of Newport Beach and Pomona Ave and 17th St in the City of Costa Mesa.