Capital Improvement Project (CIP) List

EVMWD continues to improve our water, sewer, and recycled water infrastructure through many capital improvement projects throughout the service area. EVMWD sincerely appreciates your patience as we work to improve our systems. This page will keep you informed of the projects, their locations and any updates.

Palomar Well and Flushing Pipelines Project Update

October 30, 2018 

Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District’s (EVMWD’s) Near Term Water Supply Program is designed to expedite several water supply projects that will ultimately provide a local, sustainable water supply for our growing region. The Palomar Wells and Flushing Pipelines Project consists of three different projects that began in January 2018. Located in the City of Wildomar, the Palomar Well and Flushing Pipelines Project involves the following components:

  • Installing a flushing pipeline from the new well to the storm drain channel (Completed May 2018)
  • Installing a new sewer pipeline (Completed May 2018)
  • Drilling a new potable (drinking) water well (November 2018–May 2018)
  • Constructing a new well building structure and landscaping the well site (TBD)
  • Equipping the new well with wellhead facilities and treatment facilities (TBD)
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County Water Company Final Water Systems Improvement Project

October 2, 2018 

Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District (EVMWD) has worked with local entities over the past few years to bring safe, reliable drinking water to the community once served by the County Water Company. Over the next several weeks, EVMWD will remove the temporary highline pipe and install additional pipeline within the Wildomar community. Construction to remove the highline pipe and install additional pipeline in this area is anticipated to take place beginning in mid October and run through November 2018.

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NOTICE OF INTENT TO ADOPT A MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION – REGIONAL WATER RECLAMATION FACILITY UPGRADE AND EXPANSION

May 24, 2018 

Notice is hereby given that the Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District (EVMWD) has completed a California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Initial Study for the Regional Water Reclamation Facility Upgrade and Expansion project (proposed project). The proposed project consists of upgrading and expanding its Regional Water Reclamation Facility (RWRF) from an existing capacity of 8 million gallons per day (MGD) to 12 MGD. The project would include reliability and redundancy upgrades and a 4-MGD capacity expansion using membrane bioreactor (MBR) and ultraviolet (UV) treatment processes. The construction of Design Package 1 will be 18 months followed by Design Package 2 which will be 22 months. All construction would occur entirely within the boundaries of the existing RWRF.

Initial Study / Mitigated Negative Declation Regional Water Reclamation Facility Upgrade and Expansion Project

Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program EVMWD Regional Water Relamantion Facility Design Pkg 1

Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program EVMWD Regional Water Reclamaiton Facility Design Pkg 2 Expansion




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Dryden Water Main Project

April 18, 2018 

The Dryden Water Main Project consists of installing a new water main pipe and connecting it to an existing water main pipe in order to increase the capacity and reliability of water to the area. The project will take place along Dryden Street between Bailey Street and Cimarron Street. Construction is planned to begin in April and continue through June.

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Cornerstone Church Sewer Extension Project

April 16, 2018 

The Cornerstone Church Sewer Extension project involves approximately 2,000 linear feet of new 8 " sewer line, six manholes and sewer service laterals at seven parcels along Monte Vista Road in the City of Wildomar.

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Pasadena/Collier Manhole Project

April 4, 2018 

Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District (EVMWD) is committed to providing safe, reliable sewer service to the community. Part of that commitment includes maintenance of systems.

The Pasadena/Collier Manhole Project consists of repairing and replacing aging manholes. The project will include the rehabilitation of fourteen manholes and the replacement of one along Pasadena Street, Collier Avenue and Crane Street. Construction is planned to begin in April and continue through June. No pipeline work will be involved.

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Regional Agricultural Pipeline Conversion Pipeline Project: Initial Study

March 28, 2018 

Notice is hereby given that the Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District (EVMWD) has completed a California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Initial Study for the Regional Agricultural Pipeline Conversion Pipeline Project (proposed project). The proposed project involves the conversion of the existing Wasson Sill Diversion Structure (DP-002) and an existing abandoned agricultural line that runs parallel to the existing Lake Elsinore Outlet Chanel (LEOC) to convey tertiary-treated effluent from the EVMWD Water Reclamation Facility that currently flows through the LEOC and discharges to Lake Elsinore. Effluent would be re-routed through DP-002 to the converted agricultural line and would then discharge to Lake Elsinore through a proposed new outfall pipeline and outlet structure (DP-002A).

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San Joaquin Drive Sewer Replacement - March 2018

March 21, 2018 

Exploratory work and landscaping removal has begun. In early April, crews will begin working on San Joaquin Drive West and the nearby properties receiving new sewer laterals. The entire project is anticipated to last approximately four months.

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San Joaquin Drive Sewer Replacement

March 13, 2018 

When the Canyon Lake sewer system was originally constructed, property lines within the community had yet been determined. As a result a portion of the sanitary sewer lines were not routed along actual property lines. A home located on San Joaquin Dr. West was built over one of these lines, making repair and maintenance a concern. Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District (EVMWD) has inspected the pipe and found it to be significantly corroded and near failure, therefore, the sewer line needs to be relocated and rebuilt. The existing sewer line will be abandoned and approximately 290 linear feet of new sewer line, 240 linear feet of sewer laterals and four manholes will be installed. The new sewer line is necessary to replace the aging infrastructure, avoid future leaks and sewer service interruptions while increasing sewer system reliability.

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Skymeadows Booster Pump Station Improvement Project

January 17, 2018 

Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District (EVMWD) recently completed an engineering study to determine ways to improve water and power supply, water storage, fire protection and water pumping capabilities to the Rancho Capistrano community. After reviewing the benefits and costs associated with several different alternatives, EVMWD determined the most feasible alternative would include:

  • Improvements to the Skymeadows Booster Pump Station
  • New Pumps
  • New Supply and Suction Pipelines

As of January 2018, the Skymeadows Booster Pump Station Improvement Project has moved forward into the design phase.

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