Coastal Interceptor Relief Sewer Project Update, October 12, 2011

The City of Los Angeles has been working on the Central Interceptor Relief Sewer (CIRS) to provide additional capacity to handle the increased flows of stormwater from the eight completed Low Flow Diversion (LFDs) structures. The completed CIRS will assist the City in complying with the Santa Monica Bay Beaches Dry Weather Bacteria TMDL requirement, making our beaches and bay waters safer and healthier while meeting Environmental Protection Agency and federal Clean Water Act regulations. Below is an update on the latest information about the CIRS. Stay tuned to our blog for the latest updates regarding the CIRS and more!

Between Chautauqua and Temescal Canyon: Work within the Will Rogers Beach Parking Lots 1 and 2 continues through May 2012. The K-Rail along PCH has been removed, except for a small portion necessary for the installation of a new maintenance hole. This work will continue through the end of October, and the K-Rail will be removed thereafter.

Between the Annenberg Beach House and Chautauqua: Night work from 9:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. will continue on both of sides of PCH, requiring lane closures. However, at least one lane in each direction will be open at all times. All lanes will be open during the day from 5:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Click here for complete details.  For inquiries, please call (213) 978-0317.


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