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City Sewers

Current Construction

10-Year LA Sewers Program

The Bureau of Engineering is currently managing over 100 sewer design and construction projects throughout Los Angeles. These improvements are being built so that we can continue to provide you, our customers with reliable service.
Sometimes this work goes unnoticed because it often takes place underground. But occasionally, work must be done in streets or alleys near homes or businesses. The City takes care to reduce noise, dust, traffic, and any other potential construction nuisance to a minimum. We also meet with and mail updates to project neighbors before and during construction to get input and give progress reports.

Here are some sewers that are currently being built.

Central Outfall Sewer (COS) Rehabilitation from Market St. and Slauson Ave. & COS at 59th Street and 4th Avenue Project

This project will rehabilitate the COS and existing maintenance holes along the sewer alignment from Market Street to Slauson Avenue. In addition, sewer and storm drain reconstructed will take place at the intersection of 59th Street and Fourth Avenue.

Figueroa Meridian York Sewer Project

This relief sewer is the extension of the Avenue 45 Arroyo Drive Relief Sewer and is now being built from the area of Arroyo Glen Street to Meridian Street.

Venice Pumping Plant Discharge Manifold Replacement Project

This project will rehabilitate a major equipment component in the Venice Pumping Plant.