The proposed Storm Drain "A" Drainage Improvement Project is identified in the City's Public Works Storm Drain Master Plan, and in the City of Fontana General Plan. The project involves the construction of a "box" storm drain channel to convey storm water drainage from the east side of the I-15 Freeway over to the existing Hawker-Crawford storm drain channel that runs parallel to the west side of the Freeway. This storm drain improvement project is approximately 250 feet long and consists of an approximate eight-foot wide by ten-foot deep concrete box channel under or through the I-15 Freeway right-of-way. This project is required to be constructed prior to the planned I-15/Duncan Canyon Road Freeway interchange construction project.
Other (Storm drain improvements through the I-15 ROW)
Other ActionOther Action: Storm Drain Improvement
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