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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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.2022/082025/01
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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.2022/042024/04
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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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01684E Haven Dr Sewer and Water Improvements - Eleanor Ave to E Foothill DrThis project is part of the replacement of the Grace neighborhood water and sewer mains. This project will replace undersized and aged water main and aged and obsolete sewer main in East Haven from Eleanor Avenue to East Foothill Drive, in Hawthorne Court, Iris Court and Eleanor Avenue. This project will also replace aged and obsolete sewer main in East Foothill Drive between Thomas Drive and Siesta Lane. 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. Pavement will be reconstructed.2023/102024/04
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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.2022/072024/05
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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.2024/062024/10
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02117Fulton Rd Sewer Main Improvements West 3rd St to Santa Rosa CreekReplace approximately 650 feet of failing sewer pipe that was installed under Santa Rosa Creek west of the Fulton Road Bridge in 1969. The sewer was originally constructed using 18-inch diameter asbestos cement pipe (ACP) to serve a significant geographical area. However, due to construction of other nearby regional collection facilities, it now serves a relatively small area of only approximately 60 homes located in the Countryside subdivision southwest of Fulton Road and Santa Rosa Creek. The sewer has become partially obstructed and needs to be replaced. The project would include use of open trench construction methods to construct a replacement 8-inch diameter gravity flow sewer under Santa Rosa Creek.2025/062025/12
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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.2022/102024/09
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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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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.2022/022024/03
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02412Hearn Community Hub - Phase 1The City has acquired an approximately 6-acre property at 976, 980 and 1004 Hearn Avenue for the Hearn Community Hub - Fire Station, Library, Cultural Center, Aquatic Center, Dutton Avenue Extension and Multi-use path. Project funding has required the project be phased. Phase 1 will include site improvements, the Fire Station and the Multicultural Library. Go to srcity.org/hearncommunityhub for current project updates.N/AN/A
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02425Llano Trunk Rehabilitation Phase 2This project will rehabilitate approximately 7,400 feet of 66-inch existing trunk sewer, along with 12 manholes. Project is located along Llano Road from approximately Doyle Rd. to Todd Rd. This is one of several trunk sewer rehabilitation projects needed to ensure continued service, and to prevent costly and disruptive emergency repairs.N/AN/A

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