Public Works Department
Myra Avenue Pump Station No. 3 Reconstruction Project
City Council recently allocated funding for the construction of the Myra Avenue Pump Station No. 3 Reconstruction Project.
The existing pump station, located at 4281 Myra Avenue, is over 50 years old and there is past evidence of street flooding within its service area. The station has reached the end of its useful design life and requires upgrades for compliance with current Orange County Flood Control District (OCFCD) design standards.
This project will reconstruct the Myra Avenue Pump Station No. 3 and provide Myra Avenue and the adjoining streets with added protection against flooding. The City of Cypress views this project as an important Public Works project, beneficial not only to the areas affected but to the community. Your cooperation during all phases of construction will be necessary for the safe and successful completion of the project. Work is scheduled to begin in April 2014. The project completion is tentatively scheduled for February 2015.
The area immediately in front of 4281 Myra Avenue will be closed to through traffic, and we suggest the use of alternate routes to arrive at your destination. All construction announcements and parking restrictions will be posted 48-hours in advance and door hangers will be distributed to all affected residences.
For your SAFETY and the safety of your family and visitors, please stay away from equipment and construction areas. Please keep your children from harm and instruct them to stay clear of all construction activities. We appreciate your cooperation and look forward to a quick and successful project completion.
To ensure open lines of communication with businesses and residents, the City has designated a project manager and project inspector to handle all aspects of the project. To ensure quick response to your inquiries, comments, and concerns, please call:
Brian Kaiser, Pascal & Ludwig Constructors
Emin Kayiran, AKM Consulting Engineers
Nick Mangkalakiri, City of Cypress