State College Sewer Construction

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Construction continues on State College Blvd. in Anaheim

Post Date:11/01/2018 10:58 AM

 November 2018 Update:  

State College Blvd. and Katella Avenue:  

Week of Nov. 5, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Left turn restrictions from southbound State College onto Katella Avenue. Please use Gateway or Gene Autry Way to make a U-turn and access Katella

State College Blvd. and Winston Avenue:

As early as Wednesday, Nov. 7 east and westbound Winston Avenue at State College Blvd. will be temporarily closed to install the new sewer line across the intersection. The closure will remain in place for approximately three weeks, however, the crosswalk will remain accessible. Please view the notice for further details.

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Work hours are Monday - Friday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Occasional night and weekend work may be required. Currently one travel lane in each direction is being utilized for the construction, a second lane may be used during non-peak hours (8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.).

**Due to the nature of the work, the sewer replacement at the major intersections will take place at different times, details to follow as construction progresses. 
We understand construction can be an inconvenience, we apologize in advance and appreciate your patience as we work to improve our infrastructure.

*Dates are subject to change due to operational factors or inclement weather.



Project Description: 
The project is replacing four miles of sewer along State College Boulevard from the SR-91 to Orangewood Avenue in the City of Anaheim. Construction began in summer 2018 and is scheduled to be completed in late 2020.  Once the project is complete, eight million gallons of wastewater will be diverted to OCSD’s Plant No. 1 in Fountain Valley for treatment before being send to the Groundwater Replenishment System.  This is Phase B of a two-phase project; Phase A was completed in 2017 and took place from Yorba Linda Blvd. to SR-91 in the City of Fullerton.
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