Kentfield Pump Station 15 Improvements

Kentfield Pump Station 15 Improvements

Project Schedule

Mobilize:  Summer 2018

Complete:  Winter 2018


January 2019 Updates

  • The Contractor completed mechanical and civil work and the installation of new protective coatings inside the pump station in November.
  • Delivery of the new electrical equipment for the pump station has been delayed. To ensure system reliability and public safety during the upcoming wet weather season, the pump station has been returned to normal operation.
  • The Contractor will return to the pump station after the wet weather season to install the new electrical equipment and complete the project.
  • By taking this action, the Contractor will not need to install or operate a bypass pumping system when they return next spring.

Project Information and Construction Notices

Please see individual project construction notices when posted for information about allowable work hours in each work area.

  • Click here to view the Project Information Sheet.
  • Click here to view Construction Notices as they become available.

Project Map

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Project Contacts

Project Manager - James Smith, P.E.


Call:  415-870-9771

Construction Manager - Andy Deal, P.E. 


Call:  925-262-3864

Project Summary

The Kentfield PS 15 Improvements will replace old or outdated system infrastructure and enhance local wastewater system reliability and efficiency. The project is being completed at a cost of $2 million.

Located in Kentfield, the pump station is along Marin County Bicycle Route 20, adjacent to Corte Madera Creek and just south of Stadium Way.

Project Construction Will Include

  • Use of Marin County Bicycle Route 20 for equipment/trucks to access the Pump Station.
  • Rehabilitation of portions of the existing pump station, including inlet channel modifications, concrete repairs, manhole modification and rehabilitation and the installation of new electrical equipment.
  • Bypass pumping connections and ancillary work. 

What You Can Expect

Once the contractor is ready to deliver and install the new pump station equipment, several pickup trucks will arrive and depart each day along Marin County Bicycle Route 20. Trucks will enter from Bon Air Road and travel along Corte Madera Creek to the Pump Station. 

Please expect noise, dust, partial bike lane closures and travel delays near the work site during construction activity. All construction equipment and materials will be stored within the fenced area surrounding the Pump Station. Local emergency access will be maintained at all times.

  • Noise, Dust, Lane Closures and Detours, Travel Delays

More Information About Construction Projects


To leave a message or request being added to the project email list

Call the RVSD Construction Hotline 415-413-7805

The project team will respond to inquiries within 1-2 business days


To find out if there will be construction in your neighborhood

Notify Me: Visit and click to select the Construction Updates you want.

RVSD office staff are available Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. We can assist you with emergency service 24 hours per day, seven days per week. Our office and emergency number is 415-259-2949.