Joshua Basin Water District is starting the Belmont Pipeline Project, which will add approximately 42,550 feet of new pipeline to the aging water delivery system. The project has been divided into three phases, and the plan is to replace the pipe in Phase 2 first, covering 16,000 linear feet. The project could be completed within 14 months if funding and supply chain are not an issue. However, there may be delays due to external factors such as material supply and demand and inflationary costs. The staff is preparing for the project by conducting preliminary surveys and utility demarcations. The District anticipates saving between $337,500 and $1,575,000 for Phase 2 alone by completing the project with its in-house CIRP crews.