Pipeline replacement to close portions of Temecula Parkway in starting next month

Work crews will begin replacing a recycled water pipeline on westbound Temecula Parkway in November. The timeline for each phase of the project is pictured here. Valley News/City of Temecula courtesy photo
Rancho California Water District crews will begin replacing more than a mile of pipeline under Temecula Parkway in November.  Staff from the water district updated the Temecula City Council on their plans at the council’s Oct. 13 meeting, where they said the project will result in lane closures on westbound Temecula Parkway from November through the middle of next year. Jeff Armstrong, general manager of Rancho California Water District, said the pipeline to be replaced is one “that’s had a number of breaks and leaks” in recent years. “Rancho Water, we’re now like 55 years old, and we’re transitioning from a growing water district, putting in new facilities, to now having to maintain the facilities that we have in place,” Armstrong told the city council. The pr
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