The Otay Water District and its contractor, through the Campo Road Sewer Replacement Project, are replacing 1.75 miles of 10-inch sewer main pipeline with new 15-inch pipeline. Work began in September 2017, and is currently scheduled through June of 2019. A summary of activities, along with a linked map, are provided below.
HAPPENING IN SUMMER 2018
- Nighttime (9 p.m. – 5 a.m.) pipeline installation at the Rancho San Diego Village parking lot.
- Nighttime pipeline installation, including sewer laterals, on portions of Campo Road that are not subject to restrictions for the protection of nesting birds.
- Nighttime repaving of work areas on Campo Road from the Rancho San Diego Towne Center entrance through the intersection of Campo Road and Jamacha Road.
PLANNED FOR FALL 2018
- Daytime (7 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.) work on the tunneled segment of pipeline crossing below the intersection of Campo Road and Jamacha Boulevard, and to install pipeline segments in the tunnel constructed near Via Mercado.
- Continuation of night work at Rancho San Diego Village.
- Nighttime trench work moving westward from just past the intersection of Campo Road and Jamacha Boulevard.
- Pipeline installation and paving restoration at Rancho San Diego Towne Center.
- Pipeline installation on Campo Road from Rancho San Diego Towne Center through the intersection of Campo Road and Jamacha Road, and fronting Ace Self Storage and the Sheriff substation.
PLEASE CONTINUE TO PLAN FOR DELAYS
- Project impacts include noise from heavy construction equipment, dust, and reduced parking.
- Metal plates are used to reopen the street to traffic each morning.
- During night work hours, drivers should anticipate traffic control, which may include flaggers, lights, detours, and lane closures.
- Heavy equipment and materials may be staged near construction areas 24 hours per day.
- The approved staging area on Campo Road allows the contractor to store materials and equipment near the side of the road. To meet Caltrans safety requirements, the lane nearest this location must be closed to provide a 15-foot cushion of safety.
Every effort will be made to complete this project in the most efficient and timely manner possible. The District will continue to provide updates as the schedule progresses or changes. If you have questions or concerns about the project, please contact Paula Roberts, community liaison for the project, at (619) 794-6406.