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Nearby sewer construction will impact traffic

Nearby sewer  construction will  impact traffic Nearby sewer  construction will  impact traffic


The Orange County Sanitation District (OC San) will rehabilitate two parallel sewers on north and southbound Seal Beach and Los Alamitos boulevards, and along Katella Avenue, Oak Street and Lexington Drive in the cities of Seal Beach and Los Alamitos. Construction will continue through the winter 2022.

Work will begin on Lexington Drive with sewer line cleaning and chemical grouting to reinforce the pipe. This activity will be done at night, when sewer flows are low. Manhole rehabilitation work will follow. Work will consist of opening the manholes to insert a new liner to extend the life of the manhole. Most of the activity on Katella Avenue is occurring on eastbound travel lanes. Following this segment of work, construction will continue on Los Alamitos Boulevard.

Phase 2 will start at Oak Street toward Katella Avenue, and proceed east toward Los Alamitos Boulevard. Work will continue south on the southbound lanes of Los Alamitos Boulevard, concluding in Seal Beach.

Project Description

• Night work and occasional weekend work.

• Noise and dust.

• Occasional turn restrictions.

• Lane closures. • Crosswalk closures.

• Street parking restrictions.

What to Expect

There could be temporary bus stop relocations on Katella Avenue at Lexington Drive, Noel Street, Bloomfield Street, Maple Street and Los Alamitos Boulevard. Visit for details.

Expect lane closures, occasional turn restrictions and flagmen directing traffic on Lexington Drive and Katella Avenue.

OC San is closely coordinating with the cities and mitigating potential impacts.

Notices will be distributed with specific details as work commences near LW. For more information, contact the Construction Hotline at (714) 378-2965 or [email protected] OC San is a public agency that provides wastewater collection, treatment, and recycling services for about 2.6 million people in central and northwest Orange County.

It operates almost 400 miles of pipes and two facilities.

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