Water Utilities Projects

 

Myers-Tait Sewer Pipeline Replacement Project

The City of Oceanside is replacing outdated sewer pipelines throughout the city to ensure the pipelines can handle current demand and projected future demands. The existing lines that travel under the streets of Myers and Tait are between 30 to 80 years old. These pipelines will be replaced with newer and larger pipes. The City’s goal is to ensure continued reliable water and sewer service for all customers, and minimize breaks that are often associated with older pipelines. The improvement project will begin the summer of 2013 and take approximately 18 months to complete.

Myers-Tait Sewer Pipeline Replacement Map   (19 KB) 


Oceanside Harbor Desalination Testing Project 

The City of Oceanside is installing test wells in the Oceanside Harbor to determine the feasibility of using desalinated water as a way to supplement its water supply. Work began in November and will be finished in early 2013. Click on the links below to read a project fact sheet and view a map of the Harbor to see where the work is occurring.  As of this posting, the project has been delayed until this Fall.

Harbor Desal Fact Sheet  (922 KB)

Harbor Construction Map  (166.7 KB)