This pipeline replacement construction was necessary to reduce service disruptions and maintenance costs associated with leaking and deteriorating pipelines that were originally installed in the 1920's.
EBMUD completed a Mitigated Negative Declaration (MND) to assess the impacts of the project and identify mitigation measures. The draft MND and addendum are available in the Published Studies and Other Resources section below.
Status: All pipeline replacements associated with the project are complete.
Status: This portion of the project is complete.
Sharla Sullivan, Community Affairs Representative
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On April 8, 2015, cellular concrete was inadvertently spilled into a half mile stretch of Glen Echo Creek during filling activities to prevent sink holes on the abandoned Dingee pipeline in the Harbord Drive, Truitt Lane, Clarewood Lane and Clarewood Drive area in Oakland. Following the spill, EBMUD collaborated with state and local resource agencies to quickly clean the area and is continuing to restore the area.
EBMUD has agreed to pay just over $426,000 to the California Department of Fish and Wildlife and the San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board for penalties and damages to natural resources related to the April 2015 spill. We are committed to continued habitat protection and monitoring to assure the creek’s long-term health. To learn about the restoration efforts, click here.
Updated August 23, 2016
|Mitigated Negative Declaration||4.2 MB|
|2013 Addendum to the Mitigated Negative Declaration||3.6 MB|
|Project Letter||<1 MB|
|Air Quality and GHG Analysis||<1 MB|
|Biological Resources Assessment - June 2010||<1 MB|
|Nov. 4, 2010 Memo Regarding Evaluation of Geology, Geotechnical and Seismicity Impacts||4.0 MB|
|Traffic and Circulation Technical Report||6.1 MB|
|Traffic and Circulation Report Appendices||2.8 MB|
|Health Risk Assessment Memo||<1 MB|
|Noise and Vibration Assessment||<1 MB|