Capital Improvement Projects List - All

Image NOTE: The list of public facilities improvement projects shown below contains projects that have completed the necessary budgetary and environmental approval process, as well as those proposed for construction. Appearance of a project on this list does not constitute final approval of any project. Each project is subject to environmental and engineering review to be conducted in accordance with the applicable requirements of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), and City Code provisions.

To find out about a few Recreation & Parks projects not listed here, visit www.srcity.org/parks.

Click a Project ID in the table below to see the project web-page report.

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00080Emergency Groundwater Supply DevelopmentThis is a multi-year project to locate and construct multiple groundwater wells to provide a backup water supply in the event of a natural disaster or other event that disrupts the City’s water supply from the Sonoma County Water Agency.2014/012029/01
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00158North Trunk Sewer Replacement - Mendocino Ave to Terra Linda DrThis project will address the existing lack of accessibility to the North Trunk Sewer main for routine maintenance and subject to risks associated with traversing adjacent and/or under an existing watercourse. The project will relocate the existing 1,650 ft. of 12 inch to 15 inch VCP sewer main located adjacent to Paulin Creek.2018/032019/06
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00284Laguna Treatment Plant Ultraviolet Disinfection ReplacementDue to recent regulatory changes, the existing UV system needs augmentation in order to meet capacity requirements during peak wet weather flows. The purpose of the Request for Proposal (RFP) is to accept qualifications and proposals from interested parties seeking to furnish all components required to provide a complete operable Low Pressure, High Output Ultraviolet Disinfection Equipment Systems for the City of Santa Rosa’s (CITY) Laguna Treatment Plant. This RFP will provide the means to select a System, establish and hold pricing through a Memorandum of Understanding for the selected System that will allow CITY to brand name specify the System in a construction contract CITY will award in 2018.2018/042019/09
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00468Foley Ave Sewer ImprovementsThe purpose of this project is to provide sewer system improvements consisting of upsizing the existing 6" Sanitary Sewer Main in Foley Ave to an 8" main, as well as redirecting flows from the Old Town trunk to Cleveland Ave. This project will include the installation of water services and 2 new commercial fire hydrants, along with a full road reconstruction.2017/012017/04
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00544Santa Rosa Regional Water Reuse Plant Flood ProtectionThis project will install a flood protection wall and berm around 3 sides of the Laguna Treatment Plant and around a portion of the Geysers and Reclamation Pump Stations and Biosolids facility on the west side of Llano Rd as recommended in the "Flood Protection at the Laguna Treatment Plant Feasibility Study" that was completed in July, 2016.2019/022019/10
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00568Seismic Upgrades and Improvements Phase 4 - R3, R6, R7 & R12B And Various Other Site Improvements - S1, S2, R6 & R12AThis project involves seismic retrofits and structural improvement upgrades to water reservoirs (R3, R7, R12B) to meet current seismic safety codes and requirements. In addition, site improvements addressing site security at R12A and minor drainage and accessibility concerns are proposed at each site, as well as coating improvements to the roof of water reservoir R6.2017/072017/12
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00685Garage 9 - Hazardous Materials (investigation)This project is a Regional Water Quality Control Board mandated soil and groundwater study and remediation of petroleum contamination under the multi story parking garage.2015/112017/12
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00686City Hall Annex - Groundwater InvestigationThis is a Regional Water Quality Control Board mandated investigation and remediation of petroleum contaminated soil and groundwater under the City Hall Annex.2015/112017/12
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00702Courthouse Square ReunificationThe Courthouse Square project will reunify the existing areas at Courthouse Square that are currently bisected by Mendocino Avenue. Side streets with diagonal parking will be constructed on the east and west sides of the square.  The reunited Courthouse Square will be a central gathering place where residents and visitors can enjoy a wide variety of community events such as farmers’ markets, concerts and outdoor area exhibits.2016/052017/04
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00720Hearn Ave at Highway 101 - Phase 3 Rebuild InterchangeThe existing Hearn Avenue interchange at Highway 101 will be rebuilt to ease traffic congestion and improve clearance over the highway. Improvements to the overpass and approaches will include widening to four vehicle lanes, with bike lanes and sidewalk on both sides.2019/032021/05
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00727Stony Point Road Widening and Reconstruction Phase 2 - Sebastopol Road to Hearn AveThe purpose of this project will be to ease traffic congestion by widening Stony Point Road to four lanes from Hearn Avenue to Sebastopol Road. The addition of travel and turn lanes, new sidewalks, bicycle lanes, and updated traffic signal upgrades will increase road safety along this vital north-south corridor. The project also includes the installation of new water main and water services, sewer main stubs to currently undeveloped parcels and storm drains.2015/082017/09
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00769Highway 101 Bike/Pedestrian OvercrossingA pedestrian and bicycle bridge crossing over U.S. 101 will connect the northern half of the City Rosa to residential, commercial, and academic institutions while providing safe and unimpeded bicycle access from high vehicular volumes at the U.S. 101 interchanges.2020/012021/11
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01137Bridge Repair - Deck TreatmentProject provides preventive maintenance for concrete bridge decks ensuring long-term durability and prevention of deterioration due to rebar corrosion for six bridges.2017/062017/09
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01178Fulton Rd from Guerneville Rd to Piner Rd - Widen to Four LanesTo ease future traffic congestion, Fulton Road will be reconstructed and widened to 4 lanes with bike lanes and sidewalks between Guerneville Road and Piner Road. The project includes a median island and storm drain improvements.2020/122022/01
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01459Mohawk Lift Station and Forcemain Realignment - Phase IIThis project replaces aged sewer mains and antiquated water mains in Yuma St between Seneca Ln and Sioux St, in all of Sioux St, and in Mohawk St between Cherokee Ave and Comanche St. This project will remove approximately 70 homes from the Mohawk Lift station sewer shed. All streets will be reconstructed. In addition, the Mohawk Lift station will be upgraded to replace the deteriorated wet well and to install newer more efficient pumps.2017/082017/11
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01568Augustan, El Camino and Grosse Sewer and Water ReplacementThis project is part of the replacement of the Grace neighborhood water and sewer mains. This project will replace aged and obsolete sewer and water mains in Augustan Avenue, El Camino Way from Grosse Avenue to Augustan Avenue and in Grosse Avenue from El Camino Way to Dowling Court. This project will reroute sewer along El Camino Way and Augustan Avenue and abandon an inaccessible backyard easement, re-plumbing tributary lots to the public street. Upsizing the water mains will improve fire flow and reduce maintenance costs. Replacing older deteriorated VCP pipe reduces inflow and infiltration and reduces maintenance costs. All streets will be reconstructed.2018/072018/10
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01570Spring Lake Lift Station ImprovementsA geotechnical investigation has provided a design scope to repair ground settlement at the Spring Lake Lift Station.  This project will remove several feet of soil and replace it with a suitable compacted granular fill.  Upgrades to the lift station will include new controls, backup generator, lighting, fencing, and a new concrete pad for the station with asphalt concrete pavement on the remainder of the site. 2017/072017/10
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01627Downtown Santa Rosa StreetscapeThis project has two locations, one is on 3rd St between Morgan and B St, involving pedestrian improvements including lighting, street trees, bike lanes and delineation to channelize pedestrians to the north side of 3rd St at Morgan St and at B St. The second location is at Santa Rosa Avenue and Mill Street where a new traffic signal will be installed along with pedestrian ramps, and storm drain improvements.2017/042017/07
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01650Jennings Ave Rail CrossingThe purpose of this project is to provide a pedestrian and bicycle rail crossing at Jennings Avenue. The conceptual design of the crossing will comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act and will include warning devices in compliance with Federal and State regulations. An environmental impact report has been completed to review an at-grade crossing and an overcrossing at this location. In September 2016, the CPUC granted the at grade crossing at this location.2017/092018/08
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01675Montgomery Dr Water Replacement - Mission Blvd to Jackson DrThis project will replace a paralled 4" steel water (1947) main and a 6" ACP water main (1969) with a single 8" water main from Montgomery Drive and from Mission Boulevard to Jackson Drive. The 4" steel main is of primary concern and a new single main will reduce maintenance costs.2017/072017/10
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01801R7 Road Access Stabilization RepairsThe purpose of this project is to provide soil and slope stability improvements along the access road to water storage tank R7 and provide drainage improvements from the tank site to St. Francis Road.2018/032019/01
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01805Oakmont Treatment Plant Sewer Trunk RelocationThis project will install a new sewer trunk line in order to by-pass the Oakmont Treatment Plant. The existing plant by-pass line has several elevation changes and causes solids to build-up, reducing flow, requiring local operation crews to conduct routine cleaning and flushing of the sewer trunk. A new bypass trunk line would greatly reduce maintenance costs and the possibility of sanitary sewer overflows.2018/062018/10
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01807Remove Services from S1 Feed Fountaingrove Pkwy, Mendocino Ave to Round Barn BlvdThe purpose of this project is to remove service from a pump station transmission feed on a Fountaingrove Parkway property and construct a new water segment of water main adjacent to the intersection of Fountaingrove Parkway and Round Barn Boulevard. The roadway pavement will be rehabilitated as needed.2017/022017/04
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01817Fulton Rd Sidewalk Improvements - College Ave to Santa Rosa Creek TrailThis project will provide sidewalk improvements on Fulton Rd from College Ave to Santa Rosa Creek to fill in a gap in the existing sidewalk along the West side of Fulton Road from College Avenue to the existing driveway for the Santa Rosa Creek Trail.2017/092017/11
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01869Crosswalk Enhancements Throughout Santa RosaThe purpose of this project is to enhance pedestrian crossings and bring additional awareness to drivers of potential pedestrian use.2017/032017/06
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01870Santa Rosa Cmplt Sts Road Diet on Transit CorridorThis project will repave Third Street from 1,100 feet west of Dutton Avenue to the west side of the bridge over Santa Rosa Creek and Mendocino Avenue from Steele Lane to Administration Drive. Upgrade curb ramps to current standards. The Third Street project will include restriping Third Street to a single travel lane in each direction which will allow for a two-way center turn lane and Class-2 bicycle lanes to be provided without removing the street parking. The project striping will continue to provide two travel lanes in either direction at the intersection of Dutton Avenue and Third Street to avoid congestion at the traffic signal.2017/052017/09
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01883High Strength Waste Receiving FacilityLTP has adequate existing digester capacity to process fats, oils, grease and food processing slurry generated in the Sonoma County Region, however the lack of a receiving station on-site makes it operationally impractical to process this waste stream. Construction of a receiving facility at LTP will not only allow the City to provide a needed service the region, but will reduce the need for local business to haul this waste to the nearest receiving facility at East Bay Municipal Utility District’s facility in Oakland, CA.2015/072017/05
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01889LTP Maintenance Building Office ExpansionThe purpose of this project is to expand the north side of the Laguna Treatment Maintenance building (approx. 225 ft) and includes minor ADA improvements. 2017/072017/07
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01896W 6th St at Madison St Sewer and Water ImprovementsThis project replaces aged sewer and water mains and will reduce system maintenance costs. All mains and laterals will be replaced and the pavement area will be reconstructed.2017/072017/07
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01903Los Alamos Trunk Replacement: Streamside Dr to Elaine DrThis project includes providing the preliminary design and supporting studies for replacement of the existing Los Alamos sewer trunk from Streamside Drive to Melita Drive (approximately 16,000 linear feet (LF)). Construction documents will be prepared for the downstream segment (approximately 5,500 LF) from Streamside Drive to Elaine Drive. The trunk, installed in the 1950's is undersized and is in poor condition. This project will provide more capacity to help prevent overflows, increase reliability, and reduce maintenance. In addition, it will be re-aligned out of yards and further away from the creek where practical. Relocation of the water main may be necessary in certain locations to create adequate separation from proposed sewer line.2018/072019/04
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01904Los Alamos Trunk Replacement: Elaine Dr to Melita Rd at Santa Rosa CreekThe purpose of this project is to replace an outdated and undersized section of the Los Alamos Sewer Trunk, which runs north of and parallel to Santa Rosa Creek from Elaine Drive to Melita Road. This project will provide trunk capacity, increase reliability and reduce maintenance. Relocation of the water main to create adequate separation from proposed sewer line is anticipated.2022/042024/04
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01909Slope Protection on Northerly Slopes of Ponds C, D, and DeltaThe northerly slopes of Delta Pond, and Ponds C and D, need protection from further erosion created by wave action from storm events. Evaluation of placing rock slope protection in a band above and below the ponds operating surfaces, rather than from the toe of the pond, will be investigated and considered to reduce project costs.2018/052018/11
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01924Lower Colgan Creek Restoration - Phase 2This restoration project will restore 2,170 lineal feet of straightened and denuded channel into a natural creek while still providing flood protection. This project is the second phase of a three phase project. The new alignment will allow the creek channel to have greater water retention during high flows. There will be in-stream structures and pools installed to enhance aquatic life such as boulders, boulder weirs, and over 1,000 native trees, shrubs and grasses. Project limits are from Victoria Drive downstream to Boron Avenue.2018/052018/11
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01931City Hall Plaza Demonstration Garden and LID RetrofitThe City of Santa Rosa has received a State Water Resources Control Board Stormwater Grant. The project will convert two of the large lawn areas at City Hall to a low water use demonstration garden and retrofit the main parking lot to capture and treat stormwater runoff. Additionally, this project will include a rainwater harvesting demonstration feature, a public gathering area for educational classes, signage and kiosks throughout the campus, as well as a web-based educational interface.2016/082017/03
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01943Vallejo Street Trunk Sewer Junction Structure ModificationsThe sewer junction structure for the Crosstown and Bennett Valley Trunks has only one access point for maintenance at the incoming line on the Crosstown Trunk but not on the incoming Bennett Valley Trunk nor on the outgoing combined flow trunk. The additional two access points in the junction structure will greatly improve visual inspections and facilitate cleaning and maintenance for the entire junction structure and connecting trunk mains.2016/082017/03
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01944Sewer Main Lining, Manhole and Lateral Rehab At Various Locations 2016This project will focus on the rehabilitation and/or improvement of sewer mains at various locations in the city. The project will Rehabilitate approximately 6,102 feet of pipeline by cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) lining inserted into the existing sewer main pipe at 11 locations throughout the city; 49 manholes are to be rehabilitated and/or improved that are either connected to the pipelines to be CIPP lined or at locations selected by the City; and 21 sewer lateral connections are to be rehabilitated at three of the project locations separate from the pipe lining locations.2017/062017/10
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01952Geysers Pipeline Stabilization - Eastside RoadThis project will address a 150' section of the Geysers pipeline alignment along Eastside Road.2017/072017/07
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01964SMART Bus Turnout - Guerneville RoadThis project will construct a bus turnout on Guerneville between the SMART rail and Herbert Lane. This is to be constructed in prior to the implementation of rail passenger service and will accommodate the potential for up to 2 buses to stage in the turnout. The project will consist of an approximately 150 foot long turnout, the reconstruction of curb, gutter, and sidewalk, the relocation of a streetlight, power pole, tree removal and the installation of bus shelters. The bike lane will remain in its current alignment. Right of way has been acquired for this project.2017/072017/07
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01965Emergency Well Pump Station- A Place to PlayThe purpose of this project is to convert the existing test well to an Emergency Groundwater Well, along with design and construction of a well pump station and apurtenences associated with the Emergency Groundwater Well at A Place to Play Park.This work is being implemented under the Groundwater Master Plan, for more information, go to the Santa Rosa Water's Groundwater website located at: http://ci.santa-rosa.ca.us/857/Groundwater2017/122018/07
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01999Cobblestone Dr Zone R2-R4 Water Main ConnectionSeveral fire hydrants serving approximately 32 homes at the north end of Cobblestone Dr have sub-optimal fire flow ranging from approximately 752 gpm at 20 psi to 1329 gpm at 20 psi. A new 8" pipeline is proposed to connect the existing pipeline in Tillmont Way (or less likely, Kelsey Knolls) (located in the City's Pressure Zone R2) to the existing 6-inch diameter pipeline located in Cobblestone Drive (located in Pressure Zone R4). A new pressure regulator with 1 1/2" bleed (to keep water circulating) is required to maintain the pressure zone break between R2 and R4.2019/042019/09
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02012Alpha Farm Biosolids Storage Facility Fire Sprinkler System Freeze ProtectionThe project will retrofit the wet fire suppression system with a freeze protection system at the Alpha Barn Alpha Farm Biosolids Storage Facility. This improvement will prevent water damage which could be caused by pipes bursting during the below freezing winter temperatures.2017/092017/11
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02015Seal Coat Water and Sewer Stations, Fire Training Station, and Parking Lots 13,14 & DepotIn an effort to preserve paved areas around City of Santa Rosa infrastructure, the City plans to slurry seal paved areas around several water reservoir and sewer and water pump station locations as well as the Santa Rosa Fire Departments fire training facility. Slurry seal is a thin coat (T=0.25”) of asphaltic emulsion and fine aggregate that covers exposed aggregate, seals cracks, prevents moisture intrusion and increases skid resistance. Please click the link below titled 'Seal Coat Water, Sewer and Fire Training Stations' for names and address of each project site.2017/082017/09
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020532016 Pavement Marking and Montecito Blvd Bike EnhancementsThis project is for the annual contract maintenance installation of edge lines and bike lane lines throughout Santa Rosa. It is intended to ensure bicyclists remain within a bike pathway on the street system by highlighting travel lanes and bike lanes and to provide striping modifications to the street system as needed. In addition, this project will restripe Montecito Blvd. with bike enhancements to connect to the existing Class II bike lanes on Fountaingrove Parkway/Brush Creek Road and continue east to Middle Rincon Road.2017/032017/03
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02054Annual Slurry Seal 2016The purpose of this slurry seal project is to restore the pavement's ability to prevent water intrusion, correct minor cracking and improve skid resistance. This procedure includes covering (primarlily residential) city streets with a thin, quarter-inch roadway coating of liquid ashphalt and sand. Priorities for street street selections are established by the Pavement Management System.2016/072016/09
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02064Laguna Treatment Plant - Primary Treatment Structure Upgrade - Phase 1This project will involve removing a portion of the above-ground (floor level) cast-in-place superstructure above the Secondary Sedimentation Basins of the Primary treatment building. A previously performed condition assessment, specific to the Subregional Plant facilities, determined a critical need to improve this building and meet current seismic safety codes and requirements to prevent major injury, loss of life and/or disruption in plant processes.2016/082017/09
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02067Corporation Yard SecurityThis project includes the installation of key card access at several points of entry, upgrading surveillance cameras, and replacing the main entry gates at the City's Municipal Corporation Yard.2016/082017/09
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020702018 Streets InitiativeThe project will provide pavement maintenance using various treatments to prolong the life of City streets. Pavement preservation maximizes limited resources by avoiding the necessity for costlier repairs. The City made a commitment to our streets with a $3 million general fund investment in the Neighborhood Streets Initiative in the 2016-17 CIP budget. This project continues that commitment with a smaller ongoing amount of general fund investment in the City’s streets. This investment will demonstrate leadership in pavement maintenance to the City’s peers at SCTA and MTC. It will also ensure that the City meets the annual Measure M Maintenance of Effort requirement, allowing the City to continue receiving over $1M per year of Measure M funds for pavement maintenance.2016/082017/09
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02072Water Pump Station 3 Power FilterThis project will involve adding a new power filter to the existing pump station.2017/052017/06
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02082Accessibility Alterations at Skyhawk ParkThis project requires removal and reconstruction of approximately 740 lineal feet of existing concrete pathways adjacent to Mountain Hawk Drive; and approximately 400 lineal feet of existing asphalt pathways near the soccer field for the purpose of compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. The pathways will be reconstructed within the same footprint as the existing pathways using concrete construction, except for a 25 lineal foot pathway addition to provide disability access to the existing north soccer field. Minor grading is expected at the pathways near the soccer field to correct slope. Grading work will require the removal of two trees growing adjacent to the pathway.2017/032017/07
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02083Emergency Groundwater Wells at Oakmont Treatment Plant and Speers RdThis project is intended to provide the City of Santa Rosa with two investigative boreholes, on two different parcels in Northeast Santa Rosa, to evaluate the viability of installing emergency wells or monitoring wells. This work is being implemented under the Groundwater Master Plan, for more information, go to the Santa Rosa Water's Groundwater website located at: http://ci.santa-rosa.ca.us/857/Groundwater2017/062017/10
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02086Neighborhood Streets Initiative and Roseland Street OverlayThis project will rehabilitate approximately 2.35 miles of selected city streets.  Proposed improvements vary between roadway reconstruction and asphalt concrete overlay at different depth.  All curb ramps within the project limits will be upgraded to the current ADA standards, a total of 80 ramps.  All existing striping will be reinstalled once the streets are resurfaced.2017/062017/10
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02099Annual Slurry Seal 2017The purpose of this slurry seal project is to restore the pavement's ability to prevent water intrusion, correct minor cracking and improve skid resistance. This procedure includes covering (primarily residential) city streets with a thin, quarter-inch roadway coating of liquid asphalt and sand. Priorities for street street selections are established by the Pavement Management System.2017/072017/08

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