In 2014-15 a major project was completed to install a water service line (main), a lift station and a 100,000 gallon tank to serve Oakridge and Via Del Sol roads.
Groundbreaking December 5, 2014
The Oak Ridge/Via Del Sol Water Supply Project connects to Aromas Water District's existing infrastructure and includes installing 2.4 miles of distribution pipeline, 100,000 gallons of storage and a booster pump station to the residential communities on Oak Ridge Drive, Via Del Sol Drive and Dunbarton Road in Aromas.
The Project cost is $3,076,459 and financed by a $2,723,613 USDA low interest long term loan at 4% interest. The property owners benefiting from the project are being assessed over the course of 40 years for the project. Monterey County has advanced project funding of $270,500 and the HUD CDBG program has provided 2 grants totaling $121,738.
Construction services are contracted with Monterey Peninsula Engineers (MPE), scheduled for completion by June 2015.
To View Construction Documents, click on the following links:
Oakridge Drive/Via del Sol Assessment District
Key documents are: