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 Water Component

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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 Sonoma Water.2014/012029/01
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00284Laguna Treatment Plant Disinfection Improvements ProjectUltraviolet light (UV) is the primary disinfection process for the City of Santa Rosa's Laguna Treatment Plant (LTP). The existing system was commissioned in 1998, has reached the end of its useful life, and no longer has the treatment capacity for peak wet weather sewer flows. This project will replace the existing UV system with a new UV system. Additionally, this project will install an effluent diversion pump station and pipeline to convey effluent to the beginning of the plant for retreatment. This provides greater flexibility for operations and regulatory compliance.2021/062022/11
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Proposed
00327Terra Linda and Buena Vista Sewer and Water Replacement - Phase 1This project will upgrade existing 6-inch water mains along Terra Linda Dr. to remediate fire flow deficiencies. Aged sewer mains (1961) will be replaced congruently to minimize the potential for future deficiencies. Water and Sewer mains in Terra Linda Ct. will also be replaced, which are of the same age, but are not causing fire flow deficiencies. The pavement will be reconstructed along Terra Linda Dr. to Buena Vista and in Terra Linda Ct. once mains have been replaced. Utility Services and City Survey crews will be marking the streets throughout February and March 2020.2021/062021/10
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Construction
00491R9C Tank Decommission and DemolitionReservoir R9C (formerly known as R9A) is located at 4788 Bennett Valley Road. This tank is past its design life, and was replaced by the new R9A & R9B tanks. Tank was disconnected from distribution network at intersection of Bennett Valley Road at Yulupa Road in 2014. Decommissioned tank will be demolished, the pipeline to the tank will also be capped at both ends at the time of tank removal and the site will be restored to pre-development conditions.2020/062020/10
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Proposed
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 on Pacific Avenue and a sewer main supporting 1320 North Street as well as a large section of the water main. -Replacement of water services and hydrants -Drainage inprovements -Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon (RRFB) systems at King Street, Beaver Street and Elizabeth Way/Spring Street intersection. -Video Detection System at Humboldt Street, North Street and McDonald Avenue.2020/112021/11
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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.2021/042023/01
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Proposed
01675Montgomery Dr Water System Improvements - 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.2021/042021/07
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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.2021/112023/01
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Construction
01994Pump Station 15 UpgradesThe purpose of this project is to perform upgrades to our water pumping facility in the Oakmont neighborhood. This project installs a higher energy efficient motor starter on the largest pump (VFD), replaces the emergency standby power generator, recoats the hydropneumatic tank, and replaces outdated controls and instrumentation equipment as part of the overall need to reduce maintenance and improve system reliability.2020/062021/02
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Proposed
01999Cobblestone Dr Zone R2-R4 Water Main ConnectionThis project is meant to improve fire protection water flow in the Cobblestone neighborhood only. No new water service connections are incluced. Several fire hydrants serving approximately 32 homes at the north end of Cobblestone Dr have sub-optimal fire flow. A new 8 in pipeline is proposed to connect the existing pipeline in Tillmont Way to the existing 6 in diameter pipeline located in Cobblestone Drive.N/AN/A
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02208Fire-Related Repairs of Utility StationsSeveral potable water stations, reservoirs and sewer lift stations sustained damage during the Tubbs Fire. This project will undertake rehabilitation efforts at the affected sites.2020/072021/04
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02212Seismic Upgrades and Improvements Phase 5 - R9A, R16 and R17 AND VFD and Fire Pump Additions at S16 & S17Reservoirs 9A, 16 & 17 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. This project may be receiving Hazard Mitigation Grant Funding in Spring of 2018.2023/052025/07

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