North Village Wastewater Infrastructure

Project Description

The Valley Center Municipal Water District is proposing infrastructure improvements consisting of two lift stations and collection system pipelines (force main, gravity main, and low pressure system). These improvements would be constructed within the Valley Center Municipal Water District service area boundaries.

***February 6, 2019 Update***

The District’s North Village Project is in full swing.  Work has passed through the intersection of Lilac and Valley Center Road. As of today, rock is still being encountered 30 ft. north of the intersection. The contractor is working as quickly as possible, to keep the installation of the main line moving forward north of the intersection. A 16” Ductile Iron carrier pipe has been raised into place under the Keys Creek Bridge, per the project plans. Once the reaming seismic braces are installed, this will complete that portion of the project. Laterals on Lizard Rocks, Juba and South Cole Grade Road have been raised to finished grade and are 95% complete.

As always, thank you for your continued patience. For any comments or questions please feel free to reach out to the Project Manager Fernando Carrillo at 760-594-6891.

***August 16, 2018 Update***


Notice to Proceed was issued to LB Civil Construction, Inc. on August 8, 2018.

Project is scheduled to be completed in April of 2019.

Pot holing existing facilities in Valley Center Road shall commence in September 2018.

Construction hours will be between 7:00 am and 3:30 pm, Monday – Friday.

Construction will take place along Valley Center Road from Lilac Road to Lizard Rocks Road. One lane of traffic southbound will be shut down. Traffic speed limit through the construction zone shall be 35 mph. Construction will also take place in Lizard Rocks Road, Cole Grade Road, and Juba Road.

All businesses within the construction zone will remain open during construction.

View the attached map for the location of the current construction zone.

If you have any questions regarding these projects, please contact Fernando Carrillo at 760-594-6891.