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The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Section of Public Works designs and manages the City's infrastructure improvement projects, including water and sewer projects.

 

Construction Projects


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For more detailed information on any of the projects or to speak with an engineer, please call the Capital Improvements Section at (951) 736-2266.

Click here to view current projects funded by The Gas Tax, or Senate Bill 1 (SB 1) 

 

 

Projects Under Construction

The following projects are currently under construction throughout the City. For more detailed information on any of the projects listed below or to speak with an engineer, please contact our Capital Improvements Section at (951) 736-2266.

Project Name Expected Construction Completion
 

FY 2017-2018 LMD/CFD Landscape Renovation

Project Description:  Renovate approximately 173,000 square feet of parkway landscaping in various areas of the City’s Landscape Maintenance and Community Facilities Districts.

Project Start:  May 2019
Anticipated Completion:  Fall 2019
Project Cost:  $1,346,000

Click here to view Renovation Maps

 Fall 2019
 

WRF-3 Sewer Force Main and Temescal Canyon Backbone (Electrical Underground) Project

The WRF-3 Sewer Force Main and Temescal Canyon Backbone (Electrical Underground) Project combines two projects into one construction contract to minimize traffic disruption in the Temescal Canyon Road and Cajalco. The project includes construction of approximately 2,000 lineal feet of dual 10-inch sewer force main from the entrance at WRF-3 (Water Reclamation Facility #3) to a point of connection to the existing sewer force main in Cajalco Road at Ground Oaks.  The electrical project will include construction of high-voltage electrical conduits and underground vaults along Temescal Canyon Road beginning south of Bedford Wash and continuing along Cajalco Road to the shopping center entrance at Grand Oaks.

Project Overview

The sewer force main construction is one component of a multi-project effort to decommission WRF-3 and construct a new sewage lift station on the WRF-3 treatment plant site to deliver wastewater flows to WRF-1 for more efficient treatment. The new sewer force main will carry wastewater flows to the recently constructed Arantine Hills Sewage Lift Station.  Construction will include a bore and jack tunneling installation under Bedford Canyon Wash.

The electrical undergrounding construction is comprised of 3 large electric vaults with construction of approximately 1,780 feet of 6-inch PVC conduits in a bank of four encased in concrete.  In the immediate future, wire will be pulled through the conduits, by separate contract, to serve power to several large developments along the Temescal Canyon Road corridor.  Construction will include the installation of 120 feet of the conduit in the same steel casing as the sewer force main installation beneath Bedford Wash.

The project will restore existing landscaping along Temescal Canyon Road and paving where construction in the street is required.  The two projects were combined to reduce impacts to traffic and to manage design and construction more efficiently.

Project Timeline
Construction Begins – August 2019
Construction Completion – February 2020

Disclaimer  Project schedule is subject to change based upon field conditions and uncontrollable factors such as weather.

Estimated Construction Cost
$1.5 Million

February 2020 

 I-15/Cajalco Road Interchange Improvement Project

The Cajalco Road/ I-15 Interchange Improvement Project will widen Cajalco Road from two to six lanes from Temescal Canyon Road to Bedford Canyon Road. The project also proposes several improvements to the entrance and exit ramps and auxiliary lanes. 

 Late Fall 2019

 

Upcoming Projects

Information on upcoming projects that will begin construction in the next year is listed below

Project Name Expected
Construction
Start

Street Pavement Maintenance & Rehabilitation, Project No. 2017-22

The project consists of slurry seal and pavement rehabilitation, including the use of asphalt concrete as well as rubberized asphalt concrete hot mix. The project also includes replacement of damaged sidewalks, curb and gutters, and installation of new curb ramps to meet the requirements of the American with Disabilities Act. View Project Exhibit

 September, 2019

 

Future Planned Projects

The projects listed below are in preliminary planning stages and have not been slated for construction. For more detailed information on any of the projects listed below or to speak with an engineer, please call the Capital Improvements Section at (951) 736-2266.

Project Name/Description Expected Construction Start
None at this time.                                                                                                       

 

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