Cal Water is committed to maintaining the beauty of the Palos Verdes Peninsula and ensuring any temporary inconveniences are minimized. That is why we are working closely with the City of Rolling Hills Estates, including other public officials and agencies, to reduce environmental, traffic, and cultural impacts for all communities.
Here are just a few of the steps we are taking to keep life running smoothly for Peninsula residents:
- Neighborhood Outreach Committee (NOC): We established a Neighborhood Outreach Committee to meet on a quarterly basis, provide input on behalf of the community, and work with Cal Water to share information with Palos Verdes Peninsula residents.
- Equestrians: We are working with horse owners and local equestrian groups to make sure they have the latest information regarding bridle trail closures and available detours.
- HOAs/Homeowners: We are providing regular updates on nearby construction work affecting local homeowner’s associations and homeowners. If you represent an HOA and would like more info about the project, we encourage you to sign up for project updates and reach out to us via our Contact Us page with any specific questions.
- Schools: We are working alongside schools and their administrations to notify faculty, staff, and students about upcoming work and minimize the impact of construction as much as possible.
- Businesses: We are making sure businesses on the Peninsula have the latest project information to share with their guests and customers.
- Environmental/Community Groups: We are working to ensure all construction is conducted in a safe and environmentally conscious manner by collaborating with local organizations committed to preserving the beauty of the Palos Verdes Peninsula. If you're interested in more information about the environmental considerations that were part of the project's planning, please visit our Environment page.