Sewer Infrastructure Expansion in the City of Selma

Exciting news from Y&H and the City of Selma!

We recently celebrated a ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark the groundbreaking of the Amberwood Sewer Infrastructure project. This significant development is a key part of our city’s growth strategy, expanding our utility infrastructure to support the future outlined in the Amberwood Specific Plan.

This phase involves installing around 2.5 miles of new sanitary sewer improvements, stretching from Golden State Boulevard to Floral Avenue along our southern border. Our team is working closely with Selma Kingsburg Fowler Sanitation District, Fresno County, and Union Pacific Railroad to ensure smooth execution, including a specialized jack and bore construction for a 72″ steel carrier pipe under UPRR’s right of way and Golden State Blvd.

The Amberwood Specific Plan, approved in 2015, covers approximately 670 acres on Selma’s eastern edge. It envisions 2,558 residential units and 131,200 square feet of commercial space. The construction phase of this vital project is estimated to cost $7 million.

Stay tuned for more updates as we continue to build a brighter future for Selma!