Glenbrook Water Line Project

Glenbrook Water Line Project

As a part of Carmichael Water District’s (District) Master Plan and Capital Improvement Plan, the District will begin construction for the next water line replacement project which is the Glenbrook Water Line Project. This project includes construction on portions of GLENBROOK LANE, MAUER AVE, PANAMA AVE, CALIFORNIA AVE, PALM DRIVE, NORTH AVE, WINTUN DRIVE, GRANT AVE, LINCOLN AVE, BARRETT ROAD, PINECREST CIRCLE, AND FOREST HILL CT. Construction will consist of installing a new water line and replacing/relocating specific water service connections.

Construction will take place Monday-Friday (8:00 a.m. -3:30 p.m.) with no anticipated work taking place on weekends or holidays.


Estimated Project Schedule

Below is an estimated timeline as of 10/14/2022. Check back periodically for schedule updates.


  • Pinecrest Circle, Forest Hill Ct, Lincoln Ave, Barrett Rd – Finalizing construction, road restoration to follow.

  • Wintun Dr, Grant Ave – Preliminary construction/potholing beginning 10/17/2022.
  • North Ave – Anticipated construction activities beginning November/December 2022. Nearby residents will be informed before construction activities begin.
  • Mauer Ave, California Ave, Palm Dr – Anticipated construction activities beginning January 2023. Nearby residents will be informed before construction activities begin.
  • Glenbrook Ln, Panama Ave – Anticipated construction activities beginning January 2023. Nearby residents will be informed before construction activities begin.

Traffic Impacts

Traffic impacts may include but are not limited to the following:

  • Partial lane closures
  • Temporary delays
  • Detours

The District will make every effort to keep traffic impacts to a minimum and allow for emergency access during construction phases. During the final phase of road restoration, there may be daily road closures with limited to no vehicle access available to allow for paving process including pavement compaction efforts and pavement cooling.


Reason for Project

The original water main was built in the 1930s-1950s and due to the age of the assets, maintaining, repairing, and/or rehabilitating the infrastructure is costly. The purpose of this project is to replace the existing aging infrastructure that is at or past its expected useful life with new infrastructure improvements that will provide water system upgrades, increase water reliability, improve water distribution, and improve water quality.


Contact Information

Project Manager, Construction Manager, and On-site Inspector:

Carmichael Water District

Phone: 916-483-2452

Contractor:

Rawles Engineering Inc.