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.

Click a Project ID in the table below to see the project web-page report.

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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.2023/102025/10
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Construction
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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Proposed
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. Apply pavement surface treatment.2023/042023/11
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Proposed
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.2023/052025/01

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