Citywide Street and Safety Light Project Getting Underway
The City of Corona Maintenance Services and Public Works Departments are pleased to announce the kick-off of the Citywide Street and Safety Light Project! The City has contracted with Tanko Lighting to replace inefficient, high pressure sodium street lights with new LED street lights, as well as install a lighting control system that will be used for proactively maintaining street lights. This project is funded by special district property taxes that can only be used for street light operation and maintenance, as well as Gas Tax revenues. For more information on special districts, click here.
The project will start on Nov. 13, 2017, and is expected to be completed by mid-February 2018. You may notice one of the contractor’s six crews in your neighborhood as they work to complete the project. All contractor vehicles will have a vehicle magnet that denotes they are working for the City of Corona. A map that contains the schedule for the LED replacement by area is shown below.
If you have any questions, please contact Tracy Martin, Utilities Project Manager, at 951-817-5880 or by email at Tracy.Martin@CoronaCA.gov. You can also read our FAQs for this project by clicking here.