SCH Number 2006012062
- City of Fairfield East-West Water Transmission Pipeline Project
- The City of Fairfield proposes to construct the East-West Water Transmission Pipeline project (also known as Crosstown), a 36-inch potable water transmission line to connect existing water mains at the Hale Ranch Road/Cordelia Road and Cement Hill Road/Clay Bank Road intersections. The purpose of the new transmission main is to pump water from the North Bay Regional Water Plant (NBR) to Cordelia providing a redundant system for the existing waterline. Several possible route alternatives were evaluated to identify the preferred alignment. The proposed route was determined based on factors such as length, avoiding utility conflicts, right-of-way acquisition, and minimizing traffic impacts. A third of the the route parallels the new Kinder Morgan 20-inch fuel line. The project would consists of 7.2 miles of 36-inch diameter concrete cylinder pipe or cement lined coated steel pipe. It would be constructed with bore and jack under-crossings at certain specified locations below railroads, streets, utilities, culverts, and creeks. A total of seventeen bore and jack crossings would be required. The project would utilize existing City of Fairfield right-of-way, where available, and as required, City of Suisun City, Solano County, and Caltrans right-of-way. The proposed route would require permanent and temporary construction easement acquisition on approximately a dozen properties. Due to the length of the proposed water line, construction would be phased over a number of years.
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