Beginning in July 2013 and for approximately the next 5 years, construction to rehabilitate Orange County Sanitation District (OCSD)’s regional sewers will take place directly impacting the City of Newport Beach. The Newport Beach Program consists of five construction projects. Please click on each project for additional information.
The Newport Beach Program map provides the locations of all five projects.
If you have any questions regarding current construction of the Newport Beach Program, please contact our Community Liaison at (714) 378-2965.
Newport Force Main - Construction Completed Summer 2016.
This project will rehabilitate the force mains located on West Coast Highway stretching from Dover Drive to near Prospect Street. There are two sewer lines, one on the north side of the street and one on the south side.
Dover Drive Trunk - Construction Completed
This project will construct a major trunk sewer along Dover Drive between Irvine Avenue and West Coast Highway. The 15-21 inch diameter pipeline with be replaced with a 24-inch diameter pipeline.
Balboa Trunk - Construction Completed
This project will rehabilitate the existing Balboa Trunk Sewer and associated manholes along Newport Boulevard and Balboa Boulevard between A Street and Short Street. The scope of the project includes religning approximately 12,600 feet of 15-inch and 24-inch diamater pipe.
District 6 Trunk Sewer Relief Project - Anticipated Start is early 2017.
This project will increase the capacity of the District 6 trunk sewer to provide for future flows. The existing 12-18 inch diameter pipeline runs west of Pomona, southerly to 16th Street, to Newport Boulevard, and southerly along Newport Boulevard towards Coast Highway in the Cities of Costa Mesa and Newport Beach.
Southwest Costa Mesa Trunk - Project Cancelled.
This project will construct a new trunk line along West 19th Street, across a wetland marsh area east of the Santa Ana River and connect to our Huntington Beach Wastewater Treatment Facility. This project will allow the abandonment of several Costa Mesa and Newport Beach pump stations to provide more reliable service to the community.