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Work begins on extending recycled water pipes along Valley Avenue

Expect traffic delays during project that will allow recycled water irrigation services

Crews have started work to install recycled water pipes and irrigation services along Valley Avenue to Arroyo Del Valle.

Once completed next year, all roadway landscaping will be irrigated with recycled water.

In addition to the recycled water project, crews will be replacing sidewalk ramps to make them accessible for wheelchairs and those with visual and other physical handicaps. They will also make curb and gutter improvements as needed.

The work is expected to cause some moderate traffic impacts along Valley between Hopyard Road and Bernal Avenue.

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