Construction Update – March 17, 2021

March 17, 2021 Phase 1 of District’s Facility Upgrade Completed! The District is proud to announce a significant milestone in its multi-year, $64 million Secondary Treatment Plant Upgrade and Recycled Water Expansion Project.
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Construction Update – January 22, 2021

January 22, 2021 The parking lot at the District’s Reclamation Area is scheduled to be temporarily closed for resurfacing/repaving. The lot closure is currently anticipated to start on February 8, weather permitting, and is expected to continue for an estimated two-to-three weeks.
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Construction Update – June 22, 2020

Starting Monday, June 22, 2020 Smith Ranch Road will be open on weekdays, after having been closed Monday-Friday for the past several weeks due to construction activity. This means that weekday access to the reclamation area parking lot will resume.
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Construction Update – June 5, 2020

Smith Ranch Road Closed Weekdays Monday June 8 through Friday June 19, 4 am – 5 pm. The District has previously mentioned the likelihood of additional closures of Smith Ranch Road due to construction activity. The road has been closed weekdays for the last two weeks, and the District
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Construction Update – December 23, 2019

Temporary Weekday Closures of Smith Ranch Road/Reclamation Ponds
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Construction Update – August 30, 2019

Construction on the three-year, $62 million Secondary Treatment Plant Upgrade and Recycled Water Expansion Project continues! An upcoming construction milestone is a significant concrete pour, which will support the installation of the new Anoxic Basin, Aeration Basin, and Electrical
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Construction Update – June 24, 2019

Starting this week, construction activity has significantly increased on the three-year, $62 million Secondary Treatment Plant Upgrade and Recycled Water Expansion Project. This increased construction activity means there will be a major increase in heavy construction equipment traffi
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Construction Update – May 1, 2019

Starting in mid-May, there will be a significant increase in construction activity on Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District property, as part of its three-year, $62 million Secondary Treatment Plant Upgrade and Recycled Water Expansion Project. This work will impact parking, traffic,
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