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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Filtered by Projects with Sewer Component

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00284Laguna Treatment Plant Ultraviolet Disinfection ReplacementPROJECT IS ON HOLD Due 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.//
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00661Pacific Ave Reconstruction - Humboldt St to Montecito AveTo reconstruct Pacific Avenue between Humboldt Street and Montecito Avenue. The project will also include: - Curb ramps will be reconstructed at all intersections to meet current accessibility standards. -Replacement of a short section of sewer main as well as a section of the water main. -Replacement of water services and hydrants -Drainage inprovements -Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon (RRFB) systems at King Street and Elizabeth Way/Spring Street intersection. -Video Detection System at Humboldt Street, North Street and McDonald Avenue.2020/062021/06
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Construction
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.2015/082018/10
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Proposed
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, a median island and storm drain improvements.2021/062022/12
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Construction
01568Grosse Ave, El Camino Way, and Augustan Ave Sewer and Water Replacement - Dowling Ct to East Haven DrThis project will replace 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 abandon an inaccessible backyard easement and re-plumb the tributary lots to the public sewer in the street. Ten pedestrian ramps will be replaced. All streets will be reconstructed.2019/052020/05
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Proposed
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.2020/072022/01
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Proposed
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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01996E St Sewer Replacement - 2nd St to Santa Rosa CreekThis project replaces aged and deteriorated clay sanitary sewer main to reduce maintenance needs as well as inflow and infiltration. The new sewer main will also be extended to eliminate issues associated with a lateral that is prone to clogging in the public right of way.2018/112019/01
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Construction
02003Donahue, Decker, Boyce & Petaluma Hill Sewer and Water Main ImprovementsThis project will remove and replace approximately 500 feet of aged and deteriorated vitrified clay sewer mains and laterals in Donahue, Becker and Boyce Streets, and replace approximately 130 feet of aged and undersized water mains in Decker St. This project will also replace approx. 785 feet of aged and deteriorated sewer main and laterals in Petaluma Hill Rd. A total of 18 curb ramps will also be upgraded to the current ADA standards.2019/062019/10
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Proposed
02041Cleveland Ave and 7th Street Lateral Installation and Sewer Main AbandonmentThis 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.2019/062019/10
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Construction
02042Llano Trunk Lining - W College Utilities FacilityThis project will rehabilitate approximately 1,100 feet of pipeline by cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) lining inserted into the existing sewer main pipe, located within the W. College Utilities Facility. Six manholes will be rehabilitated a corrosion resistant epoxy liner for protection against future hydrogen sulfide deterioration.2019/082020/11
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Proposed
02117S Fulton Trunk Sewer Repair - Fulton Rd at Santa Rosa CrkEliminate the constrictions in the existing sewer pipe across Santa Rosa Creek between manhole 12 and manhole 13. The existing 18-inch ACP sewer was installed in 1969 under the creek and west of the Fulton Road bridge. The 18-inch ACP sewer was lined with a 14-inch polyethylene (PE) liner in 1985. CCTV video indicates that the PE liner is deformed creating constrictions. Open-cut replacement with a new 8-inch diameter pipe was the method recommended by the consultants RMC/Woodward & Curran in their Technical Memorandum dated February 26, 2018. A cofferdam, fish relocation, and construction area creek flow bypass will likely be necessary.2021/042021/12
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Construction
02137Oakmont Dr. Sewer Main Upsizing Oakmont Creek to Greenfield CirReplace approximately 1188 feet of 6 inch asbestos cement sewer main with 10 inch PVC in Oakmont Drive (Oakmont Creek to Greenfield Circle) as this section is undersized and has resulted in two sanitary sewer overflows since 2009. Pedestrian ramps will be upgraded to current standards within the project limits.2019/092019/11
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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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Proposed
02201Skyfarm A and Hansford Lift Stations Reconstructions-Fire RelatedTwo lift stations were severely damage during the Tubbs Fire. One is located on SkyFarm Drive near Saint Andrews Drive and the other at the end of Hansford Court. They both must be reconstructed.2020/032021/05

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