There is a water leak at 3010 Bristol Ave. Northbound Bristol has been reduced to one lane. The #1 lane is open and traffic is moving. Mesa Water crews are removing asphalt and digging to identify the source of the leak. Water service is on as we excavate but a shutdown during repairs will affect businesses located on Bristol between Baker and Paularino. City of Costa Mesa
Update: Mesa Water crews are back out on Harbor Blvd. just south of Adams Ave. repairing asphalt after yesterday's leak. Lanes 1 and 2 are open. Please note that lane 3, the merging lane and the right turn lane from Adams Ave. onto southbound Harbor Blvd. are closed. We expect them to re-open by early afternoon. Stay tuned for more info and thank you for your patience.
Mesa Water crews are on site of a leak approximately 50 ft. south of Adams Ave. on Harbor Blvd. in the southbound lanes. Lanes 1 and 2 are open; lane 3 and the merging lane are closed. The right turn lane from Adams Ave. onto south-bound Harbor Blvd. is also closed. Crews are investigating the source of the leak and working to notify all businesses that may be impacted. We will update info as it is available. City of Costa Mesa
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