Local News from HB City Staff

The Huntington Beach Police Department’s Website – hbpd.org – has  The Crime Mapping Data where you can locate your neighborhood. Thank you to HBPD Lieutenant Russell Reinhart for that information.

Travis Hopkins Director of Public Works for The City of Huntington Beach would like you to know about these two items:

  • Water Well No. 2 Landscape Improvements work has started on the Water Well No. 2 Landscape project, which will provide landscape and landscape improvements on the northwest quadrant of the intersection of Edinger Avenue and Springdale Street (near Marina High School). The site was formerly a water well site. In 2001, this water well was decommissioned due to its aged structure and diminishing water quality.
  • Goldenwest Street has re-opened. On July 1, 2011, an underground oil pipeline cracked and leaked oil onto the southbound lanes of Goldenwest Street just south of Ellis Avenue. The southbound lanes were immediately closed between Ernest Drive and Ellis Avenue. From the onset, the responsible oil company’s environmental clean-up contractor worked diligently with City personnel to clean the street, remediate the soil, and reconstruct the affected street section as quickly as possible. Goldenwest Street is re-opened to traffic. However, there may still be some additional remediation and soil testing in the parkway requiring intermittent single lane closures. City staff appreciates the public’s patience and expects all work to be completed in the near future.
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