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.

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00544Laguna Treatment Plant Flood ProtectionThis project will install flood protection facilities for the Laguna Treatment Plant (LTP), the Geysers and Reclamation Pump Stations, and Biosolids facility. The flood protection will include stategically placed dikes and a passively activated floodgate across Llano Rd to prevent Laguna floodwaters from flooding to the north into LTP. Improvements (including the floodgate) will be made to Llano Rd adjacent to the south entrance to LTP.2025/062026/11
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00720Hearn Ave at Highway 101 - Phase 3 Rebuild InterchangeThe US 101 Hearn Avenue Regional Multimodal Interchange Project (project) will demolish and reconstruct the Hearn Ave interchange overcrossing in the same location to increase vertical clearance over United States Highway (US) 101, widen the overcrossing to provide two vehicle lanes in each direction, a median, sidewalks, and Class II and Class IV bikeways that will extend to Corby Avenue and Santa Rosa Avenue. The project will also widen the southbound US 101 off-ramp with turning lanes at its intersection with Corby Avenue, add lanes at the intersections of Hearn Avenue/Corby Avenue and Hearn Avenue/Santa Rosa Avenue, and add pedestrian curb ramps and crosswalks that meet the requirements of the ADA and incorporate protection and detection to reduce conflicts between bikes and vehicles.2024/052025/12
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01178Fulton Rd from Guerneville Rd to Piner Rd - Widen to Four LanesThe purpose of this project is to 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 PG&E Rule 20A underground district, roller compact paving, 2 travel lines in each direction, widen sidewalk, bike lanes, median islands and storm drain improvements.2022/042024/05
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01620Santa Rosa Avenue Corridor ImprovementsThe corridor is defined as the stretch of Santa Rosa Avenue between Sonoma Avenue and Maple Avenue. This project will make improvements to existing pedestrian, bike, transit and vehicle facilities along the corridor. Specifically, the project will: Add new and enhance existing pedestrian facilities throughout the corridor. Upgrade pedestrian ramps to current ADA standards. Close gaps in the Class II bike lane network on Santa Rosa Ave. Prioritize transit movements through the corridor. Maintain existing parking. Install landscaped median islands. Install streetscape furnishing such as: Pedestrian Lighting, Benches and Bike racks. Apply pavement surface treatment.2023/072024/06
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01903Los Alamos Trunk Sewer Replacement Segment 1 (Streamside Dr to Elaine Dr)This project will replace approximately 5300 linear feet of the existing Los Alamos Trunk sewer that was installed in the 1950s that is undersized and in poor condition. The new trunk sewer will be 24-inches in diameter and will generally be installed adjacent to the existing alignment between Streamside Dr and Elaine Dr through private property and along Mission Circle and Quigg Dr. An above-ground sewer bypass system will be installed for short durations at certain locations before being relocated as it follows the construction progress along the alignment. To minimize both public and business impacts, a portion of the work along Mission Circle is conditioned night work and the proposed water improvements serving 4920 and 4934 HWY 12 are conditioned weekend work.2023/052024/10
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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.N/AN/A
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02041Cleveland Ave & St Rose District Sewer & Water ImprovementsThis project will abandon approximately 700 feet of clay sewer main on the west side of Cleveland between Ridgway Avenue and Carrillo Street by transferring 23 laterals to an existing PVC sewer trunk on the east side of Cleveland Avenue. Additionally, this project will include sewer system improvements for 7th Street and B Street. The work on 7th Street will abandon 540 feet of clay sewer main and transfer 2 laterals to an existing sewer trunk between A Street and B Street. The work on B Street includes replacing a 30-foot section of deteriorated pipe near Healdsburg Avenue. This work will reduce inflow and infiltration and reduce maintenance costs.2022/072024/06
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Proposed
02212Seismic Upgrades and Improvements Phase 5 - R9A & R16 AND VFD and Fire Pump Additions at S16 & S17Reservoirs 9A and 16 have numerous structural deficiencies including ringwall foundation instability, inadequate foundation reinforcing steel, insufficient anchorage embedment, excessive shell stresses in several shell courses and weak interior center support columns. While the operating water levels in each of the reservoirs should be reduced until the deficiencies are addressed, this is not currently being considered as fire protection capabilities for the areas served by the tanks would be compromised. Improvements to S16 and S17 will be made to improve firefighting capabilities and improve system redundancy.2025/042027/07
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02258Coffey Park and Fountaingrove Neighborhood Road Disaster RecoveryThis project will rehabilitate approximately 33 miles of City residential streets that were damaged as result of debris removal activities in Coffey Park and Fountaingrove neighborhoods following the 2017 Tubbs Fire. Two treatment options are proposed for streets included on this project, 1) mill and fill asphalt replacement and 2) digout repairs with a slurry seal. Treatment type for any given street is dependent on roadway condition. Please see below links for proposed pavement treatment maps in the Coffey Park and Fountaingrove neighborhoods.2023/112025/06
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02262Sonoma Ave Pavement Rehabilitation - E St to Bobelaine DrThis rehabilitation project includes grinding out and/or overlaying approximately 0.9 center line miles of this roadway with hot mixed asphalt due to failing and deteriorating pavement conditions. Existing Class II bike lanes will be maintained and pedestrian ramps will be reconstructed to current ADA standards. Approximately 75 Water services within the project limits will be replaced.2023/102024/08
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02263Calistoga Rd Reconstruction- Montecito Blvd to Highway 12The project will reconstruct approximately 1.1 center line miles of this roadway which involves removing entire pavement section and replacing it with new asphalt concrete and underlying aggregate base to address failing and deteriorating pavement conditions, maintaining existing Class II bike lanes, and upgrading pedestrian curb ramps to current ADA standards.N/AN/A
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02264B St High Traffic Slurry- 1st St to 7th StThe project will install a high traffic slurry over 1,800 linear feet of road way within the project limits and remove and replace the existing brick paver crosswalks with stamped and colored asphalt concrete. This project will also update out of compliance curb ramps to current ADA standards.N/AN/A
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02383Roseland Pavement Maintenance- 2024This project will do pavement repair with digout and top with cape seal at various annexed areas in Roseland. All curb ramps within the project limits will be upgraded to the current ADA standards.N/AN/A
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02395Transit Mall Roadbed RehabThis project is slated to rehabilitate the concrete roadbed within the Santa Rosa Transit Mall (2nd Steet between Santa Rosa Avenue and B Street). The project aims to address service disruptions, prevent operational safety issues and pedestrian hazards resulting from failing pavement that has exceeded its useful life, and re-establish safe and accessible crossing facilities for pedestrian circulation. The Transit Mall will be closed to the public during construction of this project, however a temporary Transit Mall will be setup along 1st Street between Santa Rosa Avenue and D Street. Notifications will be circulated prior to the closure.N/AN/A
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Proposed
02406Hopper Ave Corridor Fire Recovery ImprovementsThis project will rehabilitate the Hopper Ave Corridor between Coffey Ln and Airway Dr as result of damaged caused by the 2017 Tubbs Fire. Scope has not been finalized but City will need to hold community engagement events to determine full scope of improvements. Visit www.SRCity.org/EnvisionHopper for additional project details.2025/072026/02
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02424Santa Rosa Pavement Maintenance 2023This project will perform various pavement improvements to City streets including, crack sealing, localized asphalt repair, pavement resurfacing and striping reconfigurations. Street priorities are established by the City's Pavement Management System, with a majority of work occurring in the City's downtown area for the 2023 project. Pavement maintenance restores the pavement's ability to prevent water intrusion, corrects minor cracking and improves skid resistance.2024/052024/08
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02469Fountaingrove Pkwy Pump Station 3 to Reservoir 3 TelemetryInstall new 2" conduit in Fountaingrove Pkwy from Thomas Lake Harris Dr to Fir Ridge Dr. With this new conduit installed, there will be telemetry conduit along Fountaingrove Pkwy from PS3 to R3. Contractor will pull in a new cable from PS3 to R3.2024/072024/08

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