Water Pipe Repair - Irvine Center Drive

Water Pipe Repair - Irvine Center Drive

Overview
On Sunday, April 9, IRWD was notified of a water line leak on westbound Irvine Center Drive between the 133 Freeway and Laguna Canyon Road. The City of Irvine closed the road while IRWD crews located the source of the leak, a 12-inch potable water main. The repair work is expected to continue for about a week and will include replacement of the damaged line, replacement of the asphalt, and striping. Barricades and sign boards are in place.
Traffic Lane Closures
During the repair work, only one westbound lane will be open to traffic. Eastbound lanes are unaffected by the project. 
Schedule and Hours
The repair work is expected to be complete on Monday, April 17, but is subject to change. Working hours for this project are 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
More Information
Questions about this repair project may be directed to the IRWD Public Affairs Department during normal business hours (8 a.m.-5 p.m.), at (949) 453-5500 or info@irwd.com.  After-hours questions should be directed to IRWD's customer service line at (949) 453-5300.

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