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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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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00158North Trunk Sewer Replacement - Mendocino Ave to Terra Linda DrProject will address the existing lack of accessibility to the north trunk sewer main for routine maintenance and risks associated with traversing adjacent to and/or under an existing watercourse. Work in Chanate Rd may be shut down in the event of a PSPS situation to facilitate traffic flow. Project will also relocate 1,950 feet of existing 12-inch and 15-inch vitrified clay pipe (VCP) sewer main located adjacent to Paulin Creek and 1,350 feet of existing 15-inch reinforced concrete pipe (RCP) located in Mendocino Ave and Lomitas Ln. 1,866 feet of 8-inch water main will be installed in various parts of Chanate Rd, Lomitas Ave and Lomitas Ln to both increase and upgrade the existing water system and provide separation from the new sewer main. Info: http://www.chanatesewerproject.com2020/122022/07
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00189Slater Street and Lewrosa Way Sewer and Water Main Replacement ProjectThis project will replace aged water main and sewer main in Lewrosa Way and in Slater Street from Lewis Road to Dexter 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.The pavement will be reconstructed along Slater Street between Lewis Road and Dexter Street and in Lewrosa Way once mains have been replaced. Nine existing curb ramps will also be replaced.2021/102022/03
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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.2022/052025/01
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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. The pavement will be reconstructed along Terra Linda Dr. to Buena Vista and in Terra Linda Ct. once mains have been replaced. ** Note: This project is separate from PID00158 North Trunk Sewer Replacement -Mendocino Ave to Terra Linda Dr2022/052023/03
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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 berms and a passively activated floodgate across Llano Rd to prevent Laguna floodwaters from flooding to the north into LTP.2023/012025/01
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00685Garage 9 - Hazardous Materials (Investigation)This project is a Regional Water Quality Control Board mandated soil and groundwater study and remediation of petroleum contamination under the multi story parking garage.2021/042023/01
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00720Hearn Ave at Highway 101 - Phase 3 Rebuild InterchangeThe existing Hearn Avenue interchange at Highway 101 will be rconstructed to ease traffic congestion and improve clearance over the highway. Improvements to the overpass and approaches will include widening to four vehicle lanes, with bike lanes and sidewalk on both sides.2022/102024/10
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00769Highway 101 Bike/Pedestrian OvercrossingA pedestrian and bicycle bridge crossing over U.S. 101 will connect the northern half of Santa Rosa to residential, commercial, and academic institutions while providing safe and unimpeded bicycle access from high vehicular volumes at the U.S. 101 interchanges.2023/102025/12
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01165Sidewalk ProgramTemporary asphalt repair of damaged sidewalk.This project provides funds for the repair of damaged sidewalks with asphalt concrete in order to make them more accessible to persons with disabilities. These repairs are made by City crews at no cost to the property owner. Homeowners are sent a letter in response to the City repair from the City discussing the further actions that are necessary.N/AN/A
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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.2022/042023/12
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01521Mendocino Ave Easement South of Dawson Road Sewer Main ReplacementReplace deteriorated and deficient sewer mains in two separate locations: in Dawson Road and along an existing sewer easement perpendicular to Mendocino Avenue. This project will improve approximately 1400 lineal feet of existing 6-inch VCP with a trenchless cured-in-place pipe lining' (CIPP) technology for the alignments in Dawson Road and the existing sewer easement perpendicular to Mendocino Avenue. The existing manholes in both locations will also be rehabilitated. Access and sewer easement acquisitions over 12 parcels are needed for routine maintenance. This system improvement will reduce inflow and infiltration into the sewer system while reducing maintenance costs.N/AN/A
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01539Hoen Ave Embankment RepairThe roadway within the southerly half of Hoen Avenue along the north side of Matanzas Creek between Brasher Court and Hoen Court has settled considerably. Deep polymer injection technology will be utilized to stabilize the roadway. The roadway within the project limits will be reconstructed upon stabilization.N/AN/A
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01549Inspection of Bridge Assets: Structural CrossingsContinuous maintenance work and assessments on various pedestrian bridges and culverts throughout the City.N/AN/A
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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. Design a gateway to the corridor. Apply pavement surface treatment.2022/072022/11
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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.2021/032021/07
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01903Los Alamos Trunk Replacement: Streamside Dr to Elaine DrThe Los Alamos sewer trunk installed in the 1950's is undersized and is in poor condition. This project will is the first phase of approximately 5,500 LF of a multiphase project that will ultimately replace approximately 16,000 LF. It 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.2022/092023/12
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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.2024/042025/08
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01908Montgomery Dr and Sotoyome St Signal ModificationIn order to provide ample signal head visibility to clearly instruct drivers, bicyclists and pedestrians, provide enhanced pedestrian lighting and pedestrian accessibility, and to improve the overall operations of the intersection, the traffic signal and curb ramps at Montgomery Dr and Soyotome St will be upgraded. This project will also connect the intersections of Montgomery Dr and Sotoyome St and Montgomery Dr and Doyle Park Dr to the City's interconnect network.2021/092022/03
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01929Reconstruct Pierce Street between 4th St and 3rd StReconstruct Pierce street between 4th st and 3rd st. Redesign Road conform with 4th Sreet, add curb ramps and drainage as needed. Scope to include water main replacement and upsizing.2021/042021/06
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01965Emergency Well Pump Station- A Place to PlayThe purpose of this project is to convert the existing test well to an Emergency Groundwater Well, along with design and construction of a well pump station and appurtenances associated with the Emergency Groundwater Well at A Place to Play Park.This work is being implemented under the Groundwater Master Plan, for more information, go to the Santa Rosa Water's Groundwater website located at: https://srcity.org/857/Groundwater.2020/062021/08
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01999Cobblestone Dr Zone R2-R4 Water Main ConnectionThis project is meant to improve fire protection water flow in the Cobblestone neighborhood only. Several fire hydrants serving approximately 48 homes at the north end of Cobblestone Dr have sub-optimal fire flow. A new 10 inch HDPE pipeline is proposed to connect the existing pipeline in Tillmont Way (Pressure Zone R2) to the existing 6 inch diameter pipeline located in Cobblestone Drive (Pressure Zone R4). In addition, to allow for the ability to isolate the Cobblestone Drive neighborhood water system to create a new pressure zone, approximately 174 LF of 8" diameter PVC water pipe will be installed near the southern end of the Cobblestone Drive loop.2022/102023/02
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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.2022/052023/01
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02046Subregional Mitigation Bank DevelopmentThis project will fund the analysis and potential development of an endangered species (e.g. California Tiger Salamander) mitigation bank on one or more Subregional Parcels. The mitigation credits would be used for City Projects only, with emphasis placed on high priority and Subregional projects.2023/062023/10
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02052Controller and Radio Upgrades at Water Pump Stations and Sewer Lift StationsUpgrade programmable logic controllers for all water stations, radio systems for all water and sewer stations to standardized equipment and develop a program to replace them on a regular basis. Currently different hardware and software exists at the stations and local operations has experienced communications errors between station and tanks.2022/062022/12
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02067Corporation Yard SecurityThis project will upgrade security at the City's Municipal Corporation Yard.2022/032022/08
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02083Emergency Groundwater Wells at Oakmont Treatment Plant and Speers RdThis project is intended to provide the City of Santa Rosa with two investigative boreholes, on two different parcels in Northeast Santa Rosa, to evaluate the viability of installing emergency wells or monitoring wells. This work is being implemented under the Groundwater Master Plan, for more information, go to the Santa Rosa Water's Groundwater website located at: http://ci.santa-rosa.ca.us/857/GroundwaterN/AN/A
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02089Santa Rosa Pavement Rehab of Various StreetsThis project will rehablitate various city streets including resurfacing, restriping, bike lanes, and curb ramp improvements.N/AN/A
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02105Laguna Treatment Plant Chillers and Climate Control Upgrades at Administration and Annex BuildingThree chillers, two boilers and associated control equipment have reached the end of their service life as identified in recently completed condition assessment report. One chiller is located inside the Annex Building and two chillers are located outside the rear of the Administration Building. The new chillers and boilers will have greatly increased operating efficiencies and the Programmable Logic Contoller upgrades will allow programming by in-house staff. The ability to troubleshoot and rectify control problems in-house will result in more timely climate control and reduced expenditures for outside contract assistance.2020/032022/03
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02111Geysers - Delta Connection ImprovementsUpsize approximately 130 linear feet of the existing 12" diameter connection between the Geysers Pipeline and Delta Pond to 24" diameter. This will allow high flows of recycled water to be delivered to Delta Pond using the Geysers pipeline as a redundant supply line to the reclamation piping network.2022/082023/04
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02114Robles Trunk Lining Phase IThis project will rehabilitate the sewer trunk with lining technologies that do not require trenching which will will increase longevity of the trunk, and decrease maintenance costs, inflow, and infiltration. Bidding for this project has been cancelled until 2023 as we are working on acquiring all permits prior to bidding.2023/042023/11
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02117Fulton Rd Sewer Main Improvements West 3rd St to Santa Rosa CreekEliminate 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.2023/052023/10
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02184Fire Station 5 Resiliency and RelocationThe purpose of this project is to rebuild a permanent structure at a new location that will improve response times for the service area, to provide space for a larger facility that will support upstaffing during significant weather events and to serve as a forward command post during large emergencies and as a safe refuge for residents during an emergency.2023/032024/03
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02188Parking Garage 12 Elevator ModernizationModernize both elevators in City Parking Garage 12 including replacing controllers, soft starters, signal fixtures, cab flooring, light fixtures and hydraulic assembly.2023/032023/10
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02192Laguna Treatment Plant Emergency Generator Fuel Tank and Fleet Fueling Station ReplacementThe outer wall of the existing emergency generator diesel fuel storage tank has started to deform preventing monitoring of the annual space. The tank is now out of compliance from a regulatory standpoint and needs to be replaced. The fuel storage tank is critical to insuring operation of the plant in the event of a power outage.N/AN/A
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02200Delta Pond Diffuser MaintenanceThe Delta Pond diffuser nozzles are being covered with sediment. This project will analyze options for addressing the buildup of sediment on the diffuser nozzles to ensure the ability to discharge at full capacity as-needed in the future.N/AN/A
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02202Road Rule 20A- Fulton Rd from Guerneville Rd to Piner RdThis is a Rule 20A underground District project in partnership with PG&E. The project involves creation, by the city, of an underground district along Fulton Road between Guerneville Road and Piner Road, design and construcion of the improvements by PG&E. City will provide design and construcion oversight to assure consideration of the future Fulton Road Widening project. The city will also acquire utility easements.N/AN/A
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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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02248Six Fire Damaged Parks- RecoveryThis is project is a fire recovery project involving 6 city parks that were partially destroyed during the Tubbs Fire in 2017. The affected parks are Fir Ridge Park, Francis Nielsen Park, Nagasawa Park, Rincon Ridge Park, Rincon Ridge Open Space, and Parker Hill Open Space. The intended purpose of this project is to restore all parks to their pre fire condition with the exception of code-related upgrades. Additionally, as a result of community feedback, a new playground facility will be installed at Fir Ridge Park.2022/052022/11
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02256Backup Generators - Water and Wastewater FacilitiesThis project will replace existing emergency generators and related equipment at 18 water and wastewater facilities in and around Santa Rosa. These upgrades increase generator capacities, update aging equipment, transition facilities to more reliable fuel sources, and decrease greenhouse emissions. This project is part of our larger and ongoing efforts to harden the City's critical infrastructure against potential future hazards, and is funded in part by grants secured from FEMA and the California Office of Emergency Services.N/AN/A
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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.2023/012024/01
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02259Dotti Farm Recycled Water Pipeline ImprovementsThis project will install a 12" diameter recycled water main connection from the existing 42" LEDS" recycled water main located at the Brown Pond Pump Station to the existing 14" pipe that feeds the Dotti Farm Pump Station located approximately 1,300 feet north in Llano Road. In addition, this project will reconfigure the above ground piping of the Dotti pump station and lower the existing vertical turbine pump motor to ground level for ease of operation and maintenance.2022/092023/05
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02269Santa Rosa Consolidation ProjectThis project will connect nine community water systems to City water. Doing so will provide upgraded fire protection capabilities in each of the communities. This project is Prop 84 funded.2021/092022/09
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02284West College Storage Facility Pumping ImprovementsWest College Wet Weather Facility storage basins allow the City to temporarily divert storm flows from the local system in order to balance flows in the Laguna Treatment Plant during winter storm events. Currently, the City rents two trailer mounted diesel powered, vacuum assisted pumps and places them in position at the West College Storage Facility. The City plans to purchase two mobile pumps of similar capacity in lieu of renting and desires to construct permanent facilities to house and operate the pumps including a pad (with built-in containment), roof cover and connection to existing bypass piping. Additionally, a containment structure will be constructed for the disinfection chemicals at the West College Pump Station near the West College Recycled Water Pond.2022/022022/11
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02300Fire Damaged Roadway LandscapingThis project will remove and replace fire damaged irrigation components within City right of way in the Coffey Park and Fountaingrove neighborhoods.2022/062023/06
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02311Crosstown Trunk Lining - 3 SegmentsThis project aims to extend the useful life of a portion of the cross-town trunk sewer. CCTV observations have identified corrosion at the crown of the pipe. The project will examine various options for structural rehabilitation and then engage a contractor to perform the rehab work. Rehabilitation work will be performed at three locations along the trunk.2022/032022/07
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02338Fire-Damaged Tree Removal- Parks, Open Space, ROW Phase 3The primary focus of this project is to remove all remaining fire damaged trees located within city parks, city-owned open space parcels and city right of way that were not previously removed during earlier tree removal projects.2022/092022/11
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02340City Bus EV Fleet ElectrificationCity Bus is participating in PG&E's EV Fleet Electrification program. PG&E will do engineering, design, construction, own and maintain the line extension to the meet and transformer at 55 Stony Point Road, Santa Rosa, CA 95401. The City will need to engineer and construct from the meter to the charger and install the charger. Transit needs assistance with the electrical engineering work from the transformer to the charger.2022/062022/08
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02357Pavement Preventive Maintenance 2021This project will consist of performing preventive maintenance on City streets. Work activities include crack sealing, localized asphalt repairs, pavement resurfacing, and striping reconfigurations at select locations.2021/092021/10
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02382Public Safety Building Generator ReplacementTo provide a back up power generator for the Public Safety Building.2022/082023/01
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02388Public Safety Building Hydronic Pipeline ReplacementThis project will replace the Public Safety Building (955 & 965 Sonoma Ave) hot and cold water supply and return lines for the building's hydronic boiler system.2022/082022/10
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02394Railroad Depot Restrooms Accessibility AlterationsTo provide accessibility upgrades to the Railroad Depot restrooms.2023/012023/04
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02396Local Sewer and Water Repairs On-Call Phase 18The purpose of this project is to have a structure in place to complete water and/or sewer system repairs or needed upgrades in a timely manner that come to the City's attention and are not scoped to be addressed on another project.N/AN/A

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