Golden State Water continually invests to maintain and improve the local water systems to ensure the delivery of reliable, quality water is not compromised.

Customers interested in learning more about current and completed infrastructure projects in the Culver City Customer Service Area are encouraged to review the projects listed below.

Current & Upcoming Projects

This section is currently under construction.
Please check regularly for the latest updates!

Recently Completed Projects

Culver City
Culver Blvd., Wagner St. and Coombs Ave.

Project Timeline:
September 5, 2017 – late April 2018

Working Hours:
8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Construction crews will work to:

  • Replace existing water pipes
  • Install new fire hydrants and services
  • Install new service lines

Click here to view the construction notice.

This is a map showing that construction crews will work on Culver Boulevard, Wagner Street, Coombs Avenue and Sepulveda Boulevard.

Globe Area
Glove Ave., Herbert St., Albright Ave., and Huntley Alley

Project Timeline:
May 1, 2017 – early April 2018

Working Hours:
8 a.m. – 5 p.m. *residential streets
9 a.m. – 3 p.m. *arterial streets

Construction crews will work to:

  • Replace existing water pipes
  • Install new fire hydrants and services
  • Install new service lines

Click here to view the construction notice.

This is a map showing that construction crews will work on Glove Avenue from Washington Place to the alley south of Washington Boulevard, Herbert Street from Bledsoe to Sawtelle Boulevard, Albright from Washington Place to Washington Boulevard, and Huntley Alley from Washington Boulevard to the alley south of Washington Boulevard.

Huntley Ave.
Franklin Ave. and Huntley Pl.

Project Timeline:
January 30, 2017 – March 31, 2017

Working Hours:
N/A

Construction crews worked to:

  • Install new water pipes
  • Install new fire hydrants
  • Install new service lines
This is a map showing that construction crews worked on Huntley Avenue, Franklin Avenue and Huntley Place.

*This list highlights some of the significant infrastructure projects in the Culver City Customer Service Area.