Pipeline replacement on Temecula Parkway continues

Phase 2a of the Rancho Water Pipeline Replacement Project construction will replace a section of pipes along Temecula Parkway between La Paz Road and Pechanga Parkway. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
Rancho California Water District crews are continuing work to replace more than a mile of aging pipeline under westbound Temecula Parkway. The project began in November, and Rancho Water staff told the Temecula City Council in October that work was expected to continue through the middle of next year. The project will ultimately replace about 8,000 feet, or about a mile and a half, of aging recycled water pipeline between Bedford Court and Rancho Pueblo Road, Jake Wiley, engineering manager for Rancho Water, told the council at the time. The pipeline, which provides irrigation and landscaping water to parks, golf courses, schools and businesses in the area, is more than 20 years old and has begun experiencing corrosion, he said. The water district planned to tackle the project in
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