Los Angeles County Sheriff’s request for an extension to submit a work plan to the California Regional Water Quality Control Board. View this document. California Regional Water Quality Control Board approval of the Sheriff’s request for an extension to submit a work plan. View this document.
Please visit the City of Lomita’s website to read more about the Proposed Hi-Shear Site Investigation.
The L.A. Regional Water Quality Control Board is looking into a potential source of the recent benzene intrusion at Well No. 5.
A recent annual water quality test showed detection of benzene at the City’s single groundwater production well. Immediately following a confirmation of test results, the City took the well offline and transitioned to imported water.
On July 17, the Lomita City Council awarded a construction contract to Stephen Doreck Equipment Rentals, Inc. for the water main replacement and street rehabilitation of 250th Street from Pennsylvania Ave. to Eshelman Ave. Construction commenced earlier this month. The project includes the replacement of the 90 year old 6″ cast iron water main […]
In early June, the City received final approval of the Amendment to the City’s Domestic Water Supply Permit from the State Water Resources Control Board Division of Drinking Water. The finalized Permit Amendment comes after extensive review by the Division of Drinking Water. The Permit formalizes the treatment operations at the Cypress Water Production Facility […]
Each year, the City provides the Consumer Confidence Report to inform our water customers about the quality of water being provided. The City is proud to report that in 2017, the City’s water met or surpassed all health-based drinking water standards. In order to ensure that tap water is safe to drink, the U.S. Environmental […]
At its November 7, 2017 meeting, the Lomita City Council approved a contract amendment with Hazen and Sawyer Engineers and Scientists (Hazen) for the design of a granular activated carbon (GAC) filtration facility at Cypress Water Production Facility (CWPF). The decision comes after over a year of testing and research to determine the most effective […]
As part of the Fiscal Year 2017-2018 Budget, the Lomita City Council approved several water infrastructure projects that will improve the overall quality and reliability of the Lomita Water System. Water Main Replacements In FY 17-18, the City plans to replace several aging water mains in various locations throughout the City. Replacement of water mains […]
Lomita Water issues notice to residents about water quality citation.