City of Wildomar
City of Wildomar
WEBB has the expertise to implement measures required by legislative bodies and regulatory agencies, controlling every facet of drainage solutions and stormwater runoff management.
WEBB worked with the City to construct the Lateral C-1 of the Wildomar Master Drainage Plan (MDP). The Lateral C-1 connects existing upstream City-owned facilities to the existing downstream Lateral C Channel that is owned and operated by the Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District (District) under a Cooperative Agreement that is being finalized between the City and the District.
The design and construction of the Lateral C was completed in accordance with District Standards and was accepted by the District for operation and maintenance.
WEBB performed all environmental aspects of this facility in order to obtain necessary regulatory permits for construction. There were three existing City storm drains the upstream end of this project connected to. Discharges from the existing City storm drains (storm runoff and non-storm nuisance flows) “feed” existing riparian vegetation in existing natural drainage features. Properly documenting how this project will not adversely impact the natural drainage features as part of the permitting process was the key challenge to WEBB’s environmental scope for this project.
To assist with the regulatory permitting, WEBB included AMEC Foster Wheeler Environment and Infrastructure, Inc. to prepare and conduct the necessary biological studies and process the regulatory permits. Because the project area is not within a Western Riverside County Multiple Species Habitat Conservation Plan (WRMSHCP) Criteria Cell, it was not subject to the Joint Project Review (JPR) process with the Regional Conservation Agency.