SJWC Water Main Installation

Greetings Residents of Redwood Estates,

West Valley Construction, on behalf of San Jose Water Company, will be installing a new water main and services on the following streets: Madrone Drive (Pavilion to R.E. Store), Broadway Rd., Laverne Dr., Patricia Ct., Judith Ct., Mt. View Ct., and Locust Ct. beginning on or near June 5th

Utility owners will mark the location of existing underground utilities with white markings. We will begin potholing to dig down and verify the depth and location of any utilities that may be present. All trenches and potholes will be backfilled or covered with steel trench plates at the end of each day.

This process will take several weeks to complete. We will send out a map showing our starting location with highlighted roads that will be affected to allow residents/business owners to plan accordingly. Access in-and-out of your homes will be granted as needed – for narrow roads, there will be times during the day that certain areas are not accessible.

The project work hours are limited to 8AM-6PM Monday through Thursday. We appreciate your cooperation and understanding.

Water services will not be interrupted during the installation process over the next several months. However, once this project is near completion, and the new water main is activated, we will need to switch your water service connection to the new water main. This process will require your water services be turned off for a period of 6-8 hours. Residents affected by this new water main connection will be notified at least 72-hours before the interruption.

Please, be on the lookout for updates in the coming weeks as we look forward to getting this project underway.

Thank you,
Ryan Marten
West Valley Construction Company                             

Road edge brush clearing

We are scheduling road edge brush chipping to clear storm debris. Here are the details:


Monday March 13th – Tuesday March 14th

  • Stack debris within 10 feet of the road edge.
  • No debris larger than 16″ diameter.
  • Do not block the street thoroughfare.

Have ALL debris available by Monday 8:30 am, as crews will be covering each road once in their drive through our neighborhood.

CWPP meeting for Lexington Basin

The Community Wildfire Protection Program (CWPP) for Lexington Basin has a meeting scheduled for Wednesday, February 22nd, from 5:30-7:30 pm at the Pavilion.

For more information on the CWPP, please visit:

RESA is a participating FireWise community. For more information on the program, please visit:

National Weather Service issues flood watch for storm January 14-16th

National Weather Service has issued a flood watch for Santa Clara County and the greater Bay Area January 14-16th.

Here are a few resources county resources for residents to utilize:

  • Free, filled sandbags available at these sites:
  • Sign-up for Santa Clara County’s emergency alert system, AlertSCC:
  • Valley Water flood resources:

Stay safe!