Safety is our highest priority at Cal Water and we are continuing to work closely with the City of Rolling Hills Estates, the City of Ranchos Palos Verdes, and other stakeholders to minimize disruptions to the community.
As of March 2020, all seven miles of pipeline have been installed – a significant project milestone! There will continue to be smaller, periodic daytime closures along Crenshaw Boulevard, between Crest Road and the Rolling Hills United Methodist Church, until mid-2020 as crews continue finishing work for the new drinking water pipeline and pump station. These closures are needed to give crews access to the manways to conduct activities like welding and grouting.
Below you will find more information about the construction taking place on Crenshaw Boulevard and how we’re partnering with navigation apps to help you find the fastest route for your commute while construction continues.
CRENSHAW BOULEVARD HANDOUT
Want to learn more about the construction taking place on Crenshaw Boulevard? This handout provides an overview of relevant details and answers frequently asked questions.
For a graphic outlining alternate routes around construction on Crenshaw Boulevard, please click on the Alternate Routes Map button below.
Since the start of the project, we have been working with the three major community-based traffic and navigation apps –Google Maps, Apple Maps, and Waze – to provide real-time construction and detour information. Each app is available for download on smart devices through Google Play and the App Store.