Capital Improvement Projects List

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.

Filtered by Projects with Parks Component

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StatusProjIDTitleDescriptionEst StartEst End
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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.2020/062020/10
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Construction
02131Accessibility Alterations at Howarth ParkRemove, grade and construct concrete pathways at Howarth park for the purpose of compliance with accessibility standards. The proposed area of alteration includes: 1) Alterations to the loading area at the train station for an accessible train car. 2) The area around the Carousel. 3) An accessible route to the animal barn and pony rides. 4) A ramp system through the picnic area by the carousel.2019/112020/03
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Construction
02162Building Demolition-Various City LocationsThe City owns numerous parcels with existing vacant/dilapidated structures within, and outside of, City limits. Many of these structures exist in locations that are slated for an alternative use and present a liability to the City if they were to remain in place. This project aims to demolish and clear the sites these structures occupy. The demolition of these structures will allow for expanded use of City property, increase the available land area for biosolid land application and add capacity to City owned parking lots. Locations: Doyle Park, Galvin Park, Julliard Park, Roseland Creek Park, 2810 4th Street, 952 Sonoma Ave, 7630 & 7650 Lakeville Hwy., 4090 Walker Rd., 4099 Walker Rd., 1595 Meadow Ln.2019/092019/11
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Construction
02267Coffey Neighborhood ParkThis project removes wind and fire blown physical hazards from the Coffey Park turf areas, and reconstructs the park in accordance with the Coffey Park Master Plan.2019/112020/07

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