Construction Project Updates

As a water provider, we continuously upgrade, maintain, and repair our system so it can continue to serve our customers. The purpose of this page is to provide information about current Santa Fe Irrigation District projects, explain their need and benefits and inform the community about potential impacts during construction. 

Although the District understands that construction creates an inconvenience, it is committed to keeping the community informed of current projects, while working to minimize construction impacts as much as possible. 

For any questions or concerns about these projects, please call the District’s construction hotline at (858)-227-5800.

August 22nd, 2023 

Daytime Traffic Impacts

SFID contractors will be conducting daytime work in the Lomas Santa Fe / S. Nardo Ave. Intersection from 9am - 2pm. Water will remain available to customers during the time period. Please use caution and plan for traffic delays. We understand construction activities can be an inconvenience and appreciate your patience.

Gov Rd Traffic map

1. Glenmont/Government Rd.

Critical project replacing 3100 feet of aging pipeline in the City of Solana Beach on Glenmont Dr. N. Granados Ave., El Viento St.


This project is expected to start Winter 2023 and end in Fall 2023. Work hours are 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday (excluding holidays). Residents may experience delays when entering and leaving the work area.

What to Expect 

Equipment and materials will be temporarily located in your neighborhood during construction. After new water pipeline is installed, crews will transfer water services, and make final connections. Once construction is completed, material and equipment will be removed.  

Project Area border

How Will I Be Affected?

Any member of our community directly impacted by a water interruption or blocked driveway will be notified ahead of required construction activity.

Some driveways will be closed temporarily during construction and there could be brief water shutoffs to affected properties while pipelines are replaced. The District is working closely with our construction contractors to minimize impacts. Access to neighborhoods and businesses will be maintained at all times, traffic delays are expected and motorists are asked to follow traffic controls during this time or use an alternate route during the construction period, if possible.


The asphalt applied daily is temporary and designed to provide a safe road surface during construction. Final paving occurs after pipeline work is completed. 


Construction Hotline: 858 - 227 - 5800

Missed our previous communication?

-Construction Alert Postcard

-Traffic Alert Postcard

-Lomas Santa Fe Prep Work Doorhanger

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