Cal Water ha completado un proyecto de infraestructura de múltiples fases en el área de Magnolia de Stockton que permitirá que la infraestructura clave de agua de la zona permanezca siendo segura y confiable. Esta mejora garantizará que los clientes, los bomberos y las instalaciones médicas cercanas continúen teniendo el agua que necesitan para sus necesidades diarias y las de emergencia.
The most recent phase of the project included the installation of 2,500 feet of new 12-inch, ductile iron water main and eight new fire hydrants on North California Street, between East Harding Way and Flora Street. Crews also installed upstream and downstream valves on the service connections for nearby medical facilities, which will minimize any water service interruptions due to events that could occur elsewhere along the water main. Since last January, crews have laid 8,000 feet of new water main as part of the overall project.
"This important infrastructure upgrade will enable us to continue to deliver a reliable supply of safe, high-quality water to customers, businesses, and medical facilities in the area, including San Joaquin County buildings, a major hospital, and schools. Additionally, the upgrade will ensure first responders have the water they need to protect the community in an emergency," said District Manager Jeremiah Mecham. "As essential service workers, our crews are still working tirelessly every day to deliver quality, service, and value to Stockton residents and businesses."