Capital Improvement Projects with Water Component

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 Cityís water supply from the Sonoma County Water Agency.2014/012029/01
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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 Rosaís (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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Construction
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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00568Seismic Upgrades and Improvements Phase 4 - R3, 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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Construction
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 farmersí markets, concerts and outdoor area exhibits.2016/052017/04
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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.2015/082017/09
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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 a median island and storm drain improvements.2020/122022/01
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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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01675Montgomery Dr Water Replacement - Mission Blvd to Jackson DrThis project will replace a parallel 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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Construction
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 Districtís facility in Oakland, CA.2015/072017/05
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Proposed
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.2017/072017/08
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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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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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02015Seal Coat Water and Sewer Stations, Fire Training Center, 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 Department's fire training center. 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 and Sewer Stations, Fire Training Center, and Parking Lots 13, 14 & Depot Addresses" for name and address of each project site.2017/082017/09

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