Windy Ridge Water Storage Tank
Anaheim City Council awarded the Project to the lowest bidder. Project construction is anticipated to start in July/August 2016. Project signs will be posted in the vicinity of Weir Canyon Road and Blue Sky Way at least two weeks prior to start of construction. Additionally, notices will be handed out to residents within close proximity of the project site at least one week prior to the start of construction. Contact information on the Project will be provided on the project signs.
Revisions to the project design were made to reduce the overall construction cost. The Project will be advertised for re-bidding in March 2016. A pre-bid job walk for contractors at the project site is scheduled to take place on March 29, 2016. The bid opening will be held on April 14, 2016. Project construction is anticipated to start in Summer 2016.
The bid results on the Project came in much higher than the City’s budgeted funding, and the bids were therefore all rejected. Revisions to the project are underway to reduce construction cost in order to meet the City’s budget. The City plans to re-bid the Project in March 2016. Project construction is anticipated to start in Summer 2016.
Bid opening for the Windy Ridge Water Storage Tank Project took place on October 29, 2015. Staff is in the process of evaluating the bids. The Project is anticipated to be awarded in early 2016. All Environmental permits from the State have been obtained for the Project.
The Windy Ridge Water Storage Tank Project is advertised for pre-qualified bidders on August 27, 2015. Environmental permits are under review and pending approval from the State.
Anaheim City Council approved the Fiscal Year 2015/16 budget, which includes the Windy Ridge Storage Tank project.
Anaheim City Council adopted the Mitigated Negative Declaration(MDN). March 23 - A Notice of Determination was posted at the Orange County Clerk’s Office. Environmental permits are under review and pending approval from the State.
Public Utilities held a Community Open House at the East Anaheim Community Center. Residents in attendance asked questions regarding the project status and planned construction timeline. Renderings were shown to provide residents with the visual perspective from different vantage points. (Click on Aerial Project Renderings)
January – March 2015
Community information sessions were held with the homeowner associations that will be most impacted by construction. City staff solicited feedback on ways to reduce inconveniences during construction. In compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), a Mitigated Negative Declaration (MND) was prepared and made available for public review and comment from January 30 to March 2, 2015.