Safety is our highest priority at Cal Water and we are working closely with the City of Rolling Hills Estates and other stakeholders to minimize disruptions to the community. Construction will be conducted in stages to minimize impacts to commuters, pedestrians, equestrians, and other neighbors. Below you’ll find pictures of project progress and traffic information regarding closures and detours. Please refer to the updated timeline on our Map & Timeline page for the latest information. You can also sign up here to stay informed about the project via text and email updates.



Below you'll find photos of pipeline installation in the Palos Verdes Drive North eastbound lane between Dapplegray Elementary School and Dapplegray Lane (completed August 2018), around the Dapplegray Elementary School main parking lot and driveway (completed August 2018), in the intersection of Palos Verdes Drive North and East (completed October 2018), and east of the intersection on Palos Verdes Drive North (currently underway). For the latest construction dates and timeline information, please visit the Map & Timeline page.



Click on the button below to view graphics detailing the anticipated traffic control measures for current and upcoming construction work in key areas along Palos Verdes Drive North, Montecillo Drive and Crenshaw Boulevard. For the latest construction dates and timeline information, visit the Map & Timeline page.




Below is a map of the PV Peninsula Water Reliability Project that details the location of steel metal plates along the pipeline route. These plates are required to help facilitate temporary access and ventilation for construction crews conducting work in the area. Clicking on each plate on the map (marked by the orange traffic signs) will provide you with more information about the metal plates in specific locations and the purpose they serve.



Below is a rendering of the new pump station that will be constructed as part of the PV Peninsula Water Reliability Project. The pump station will be located on Crenshaw Boulevard, north of Silver Spur Road. This pump station will connect to the new drinking water pipeline that is currently being installed and will allow water to be pumped to the top of the hill and distributed to homes and businesses on the Peninsula.