Capital Improvement Plan & Major Projects

Capital Improvement Plan

The City’s Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) is administered by the Public Works and Engineering Department for the development of various transportation related projects. Department staff is responsible for the management of these projects from project initiation through final construction. These duties typically include:

  • Acquisition of professional services
  • Construction management
  • Environmental and engineering design and studies
  • Project closeout
  • Project scoping
  • Right of way negotiation and acquisition

Outline of Public Projects

The CIP, an outline of public projects planned for the near future, is updated annually.  Funding for these projects is provided through a variety of sources including development impact fees, transportation funds, and grants which are restricted for the purposes for which they are budgeted.

Progress Maps

The two maps below are intended to provide updates of the progress that the City of Jurupa Valley has made in repairing and maintaining the public roadways.  As progress is made in the continual process of repair and maintenance of streets, these maps will be updated:

  • The City Completed Projects map highlights the progress made since July 1, 2011.
  • The Pavement Condition Map provides additional information regarding the condition of the public roadways.
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Current/Upcoming Construction Projects


Bain Street Pavement Rehabilitation and Shoulder Improvements

The City proposes to improve Bain Street between 54th Street and Bellegrave Avenue. The project consists of the removal, re-grading, and reconstruction of the existing AC pavement, adding an additional four feet of paved area to provide for paved shoulders, grading beyond the paved shoulders to remedy existing drainage deficiencies, reconstruction of driveway approaches as needed, and re-striping through the project limits. Click here for project location map.

 

·         Construction Award Date: March 4th, 2021

·         Awarded Contractor: All American Asphalt, Inc.

·         Award Amount: $614,938

·         Anticipated Construction Schedule: April 19 – May 21, 2021

 

Lucretia Avenue Pavement Rehabilitation

The City, in coordination with the Jurupa Community Services District (JCSD), proposes to rehabilitate the existing pavement surface on Lucretia Avenue between Limonite Avenue and Etiwanda Avenue. In addition to the rehabilitation of the existing pavement, all non-compliant ADA access ramps will be removed and reconstructed. Class III bikeways will also be signed and striped with “Sharrows” throughout the project limits. Click here for project location map.

 

·         Construction Award Date: March 4th, 2021

·         Awarded Contractor: Copp Contracting, Inc.

·         Award Amount: $430,986.25

·         Anticipated Construction Schedule: March 29 – April 30, 2021

 

Mission Boulevard ADA Improvements

The City proposes to replace all non-complaint ADA access ramps on Mission Boulevard between San Sevaine Way and Valley Way. The scope of works consists of removing all existing improvements and constructing new ADA access ramps to current ADA standards.  Click here for project location map.

 

·         Construction Award Date: March 18th, 2021

·         Awarded Contractor: LCR Earthwork and Engineering, Corp.

·         Award Amount: $253,300

·         Anticipated Construction Schedule: TBD

 

Fort Freemont Alley Reconstruction – Ph. 1

The City proposes to reconstruct Fort Freemont Alley between Mennes Avenue and Wallace Street. The project consists of the removal, re-grading, and reconstruction of the existing AC pavement, new alley intersections, construction of a new PCC ribbon gutter, and installation of redwood headers where appropriate. Click here for project location map.

 

·         Construction Award Date: March 18th, 2021

·         Awarded Contractor: LCR Earthwork and Engineering, Corp.

·         Award Amount: $69,136.80

·         Anticipated Construction Schedule: TBD

 

Mission Boulevard Pavement Rehabilitation – Ph. 1

The City proposes to improve Mission Boulevard between Pyrite Street and Valley Way. The project consists of the grinding of the existing pavement surface, construction of a fiber reinforced leveling course and fiber reinforced ARHM overlay, construction of a pedestrian refuge area in the center island at Valley Way, traffic signal modifications at the Valley Way intersection, and re-striping through the project limits including new left turn pockets at Tyrolite Street, Sikh Temple Way and the private driveway west of Valley Way. Click here for project location map.

 

·         Construction Award Date: Scheduled for May 6th, 2021

·         Awarded Contractor: TBD

·         Award Amount: TBD, Engineers Estimate is $1,600,000 - $1,900,000

·         Anticipated Construction Schedule: TBD

Major Projects

Jurupa Road/Van Buren Boulevard Grade Separation Project

The Riverside County Transportation Department in cooperation with the City of Jurupa Valley, the Riverside County Transportation Commission and the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) is planning to grade separate the existing Jurupa Road and Union Pacific Railroad at grade crossing located in the City of Jurupa Valley.

Click here to view the project page maintained by the Riverside County Transportation Department for more info.

Proposed Recreation Area at 64th Street & Downey Street

The City of Jurupa Valley administered a comprehensive public survey an engagement effort to tentatively plan for the development of a recreation area at 64th Street and Downey Street.  Click here to learn more about the project.

Mission Bridge Replacement

The County of Riverside, in cooperation with the Cities of Riverside and Jurupa Valley, proposes to replace the existing Mission Boulevard Bridge over the Santa Ana River. The proposed project will accommodate two 12-foot lanes, two 14-foot lanes, two 8-foot shoulders and a 4-foot median. A 12- foot multipurpose trail with barrier separation from vehicular traffic will be located along the south side of the bridge in lieu of standard sidewalks on each side.

The new bridge will be approximately 88 feet wide and 1,100 feet long. The replacement bridge profile will be raised slightly to accommodate current standards for the roadway design. At mid-span, the profile will be approximately 4 to 6 feet higher than the existing bridge.

  1. Paul Toor

    City Engineer/Director of Public Works
    Phone: (951) 332-6464 ext. 233

  2. Development Services

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