The State Water Resources Control Board (State Water Board) is a Responsible Agency for the Project. The State Water Board’s Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (SRF) Program is financing the Project referred to internally as City of San Diego Morena Pipeline. The Project includes installation of approximately 19,113 linear feet (3.62 miles) of a new, 36-inch diameter cement mortar lines and tape coated steel pipeline, and the replacement of approximately 16,051 linear feet (3.04 miles) of existing 16-inch diameter Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) pipe within the same trench at the same or shallower depth than existing pipeline. The pipeline extends from Napa Street and Sherman Street up to Balboa Avenue, mostly along Morena Boulevard in the City of San Diego. The Project also includes some or all of the following improvements: installation of curb ramps, fire hydrants, valves, water meters, water boxes, water services, and slurry and street resurfacing. Construction of pipeline will be conducted using an open trench method, with the 36-inch diameter pipeline having a maximum depth of 10 feet, and the 16-inch diameter pipeline having a maximum depth of 6 feet.