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CULVER BOULEVARD REALIGNMENT & URBAN STORMWATER PROJECT
Construction in progress
The Culver Boulevard Realignment Project is the continuation of the widening of Culver Boulevard that was completed by Caltrans as part of the 405 Freeway widening in 2009. This project will resolve traffic issues along this stretch of Culver Boulevard; and provide for a safer and more aesthetically pleasing street. The eastbound and westbound lanes of traffic is proposed to be separated with a new raised median.
Stormwater Quality Master Plan (in development)
The objective of the Master Plan is to develop a short-term (5 year) and long-term (10 year) planning tool that will identify potential Regional Projects, Green Streets Projects, and Low Impact Development Projects to collectively meet the City’s water quality compliance goals. The Master Plan shall incorporate factors in the BMP selection such as, but not limited to, City’s planned projects, Los Angeles Region Imagery Acquisition Consortium (LARIAC) to generate planimetric data, land use, hydrology, historical high groundwater levels, storm drain and sanitary sewer systems, in considering opportunities of potential projects. The Master Plan shall include for each project: cost estimates, summary pollutant reduction per project and BMP alternatives.
Mesmer (In progress. Working on applicable permit requirements)
The City is proposing a dry weather diversion project that will capture low flow run-off from the Centinela Creek Channel (channel) by way of at grade trench drain into the City’s Mesmer Sewer Pump Station.