North Indio Regional Flood Control Project
This construction project will protect homes and land in North Indio from regional flooding and eliminate the need for flood insurance in the area. Sign up for project alerts here
Impact to the community
Project timeline: January 2022 through Summer 2024
Typical work hours: 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday to Friday. Work hours could change due to emergencies, weather or unexpected construction changes.
Contact information: Email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call at 760-392-4008.
Contractor: Sukut Construction LLC.
June 8, 2022 - Traffic Alert for Avenue 39
June 7, 2022 - Dust Control
CVWD and Sukut Construction (Sukut) understand the concerns with dust caused by high winds in North Indio where the North Indio Flood Control Project – phase 2 (Project) is under construction. Sukut can control dust and any associated air pollution within the project footprint by following applicable laws, rules, and regulations of the governmental entities having jurisdiction (City, State, etc.) as outlined in the contract documents.
The Air Quality Management District has inspected the construction site on March 18, March 28, April 11 and May 26 and did not find any violations causing dust related to construction activity.
Many communities in the valley are surrounded by undeveloped desert including North Indio and are susceptible to dust and sand accumulation from the season’s unusual high winds.
Here are the actions being done to control dust from construction activities, which also meet contract requirements:
- Watering dirt piles associated with construction.
- Applying a soil binder to stockpiles of dirt.
- Watering dirt on trucks before they leave for transportation.
- Sweeping and vacuuming sand from the roads near constructions sites even if caused by wind from undeveloped land.
CVWD and its contractors will continue to control dust associated with construction activities but are not responsible for dust coming from undeveloped land. We thank everyone for their patience during this important project.
About the project
The North Indio Regional Flood Control Project is a 2.5-mile long series of concrete flood control channels. They will connect with existing channels starting in Sun City Palm Desert and take flows from there through North Indio to channels in Sun City Shadow Hills and into the Coachella Valley Stormwater Channel.
The largest in CVWD history, the $110,209,837 project has a projected completion date of summer 2024. Construction contractor is civil general engineering firm Sukut Construction, LLC.
When completed, the North Indio project will allow for construction and connection of other stormwater facilities that will provide regional flood protection to Thousand Palms and north Cathedral City.
- Protect homes and land in North Indio from regional flooding.
- Remove about 2,700 acres of land within North Indio from the Federal Emergency Management Agency's designated Special Flood Hazard Area.
- Eliminate the flood insurance requirement for area residents.