Escondido, CA, one of the oldest incorporated cities in San Diego County, home to the California Center for the Arts and the Wild Animal Park, has an extensive sewer collection system: 375 miles of pipe, 14 lift stations, and the Hale Avenue Treatment Plant. A city with 150,000 population and a collection system with pipes as old as 100 years, the 2017 “atmospheric river” descended onto Southern California during January, dumping significant rain on Escondido. This rain, through inflow and infiltration and local subsidence, placed an undue stress on portions of the collection system.
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