The Public Works Department is responsible for overseeing a variety of City Projects. These projects can generally be divided into two categories: Maintenance Projects and Capital Projects.
Maintenance Projects generally cost less than $30k and focus on mitigating hazards and maintaining the City's existing infrastructure. Maintenance projects vary greatly and include projects such as replacing park equipment, repaving sidewalk, repainting curbsides, cleaning drainage ditches, and much more.
Capital Projects generally exceed $30k in value and are divided into 8 categories: Drainage; Economic Development; Operations; Parks; Public Facilities and Buildings; Sewer; Streets; and Trails. Capital Projects are prioritized annually and are adopted by the City Council, creating the City's Five-Year Capital Improvement Program (CIP). A summary of the City's current, upcoming, and complete projects can be found below.
- ADA Transition Plan
- Arroyo de en Medio Erosion Repair - Mirada Road
- Bikeway Connectivity Project - North
- Carter Park Improvements
- Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
- Highway 1 Safety - North
- Highway 1 Safety - South
- Kelly Avenue Storm Drain Project
- Main Street Bridge Project
- Municipal Energy Efficiency Upgrades
- Ocean Colony Pump Station Rehabilitation
- Poplar Complete Street Project
- Poplar Gateways Master Plan and Implementation
- Sewer Point Repair Project
- Seymour Ditch Erosion Permanent Repair
- Sidewalk Rehabilitation Project - 2018
- Street Reconstruction - 2018
- Ted Adcock Community Center Remodel
MORE PROJECTS COMING SOON!
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