Dillon Road Transmission Main Replacement - Phase 1
MND - Mitigated Negative Declaration
Present Land Use
CVWD proposes the construction of a 2.82-mile section of 18 inch diameter domestic water transmission main to replace the existing, 8-inch-diameter, asbestos concrete transmission main that connects CVWD's Booster Station 03603 to Booster Station 04701 along Dillon Road between the communities of Sky Valley and Indio Hills, Riverside County. The proposed ductile iron pipeline will be constructed immediately adjacent to the existing, deteriorated pipeline within the Riverside County right-of-way along the north side of Dillon Road. Booster Station 03603 is located on the north side of Dillon Road approximately 1,500 feet NW of Thousand Palms Canyon Road; Booster Station 04701 is located on the South side of Dillon Road approximately 750 feet SE of Western Avenue.
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