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Alvarado Niles Pipeline Seismic Improvements
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Proposed Project Description:

The Alvarado-Niles Pipeline Seismic Improvement Project is part of the District’s $10 million per year Main Renewal and Seismic Upgrade Program (MRSUP).  This vital project will improve the seismic reliability of the water distribution systems in the northern portion of the Alameda County Water District’s service area.  Currently in design, the project will include the installation of over four miles of 16-inch steel pipe along Smith Street and Alvarado Niles Road, between Union City Boulevard and Decoto Road.  This pipeline will be designed and installed to sustain a major seismic event along the Hayward Fault, and provide a critical water lifeline to our customers in the District’s northern service area. Construction for the first phase of the project is expected to commence in the fall of 2018.

 

Location:

Smith Street and Alvarado Niles Road, between Union City Boulevard and Decoto Road.

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Public Notice:

Public Review Draft  of the CEQA Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration (IS/MND) for the Alvarado-Niles Pipeline Seismic Improvement Project may be accessed using the link below. 

CEQA Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration


Any comments to the Draft (IS/MND) shall be in writing and be submitted no later than 5:00 p.m., September 5, 2018. Comments shall be submitted to the following address: Alameda County Water District, 43885 South Grimmer Boulevard, Fremont, CA. 94538, Attn. Jason Ching, or Email address: Jason Ching. The Proposed (IS/MND) will be considered for adoption by the ACWD Board of Directors at the regularly scheduled board meeting on September 13, 2018, at 6:00 p.m. at the ACWD office located at 43885 South Grimmer Boulevard, Fremont , CA. 94538.


Project Information:

Anticipated Construction: Fall of 2018

Project Manager: Beth Gentry, P.E.

Email:
Beth Gentry

Phone:    (510) 668-4450     



















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