Chevron Pipeline has now secured all the necessary permits with the Army Corps of Engineers, State Water Resource Control Board and California Dept. Fish and Wildlife and are ready to begin their preventive maintenance project on a 20-foot segment of an existing 8-inch diameter pipeline that crosses Talbert Lake in Central Park, just east of the Park Bench Cafe. This project was prompted by an anomaly that was detected during a routine inspection. Chevron's contractor will mobilize to the site from the Park Bench Cafe parking lot by way of paved roads within Central Park. Since the repair area is over water, the contractor will construct a timber platform to reach the excavation site.
After the repair, the trench will be backfilled, the cofferdam and wood platform removed and all areas of the park impacted by the construction will be restored back to their original condition. Construction is scheduled to being on October 15, 2020 and should be completed by the end of November, 2020.
For questions, please contact: Chevron Pipeline & Power Company non-emergency line at 1-877-596-2800.
Attachment: Chevron Pipeline Construction 10152020.pdf
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