Top Capital Improvement Projects

The Department of Public Works Engineering Services Division continually strives to maintain and improve our public infrastructure. Capital improvement projects include roads, bridges, wastewater and stormwater systems, and other projects that serve the public good and help to ensure safe and thriving communities. The listing below is a small sampling of some of the major projects being planned, already in the works, or recently completed. 

Current Projects:

Bear Valley Parkway North Road Widening Project  Will convert a two-lane roadway to four lanes, with the addition of bike lanes, sidewalks and other improvements. Construction for this project was substantially completed in February 2017.

Woodside Avenue Flood Control Improvements Project  Will significantly enhance system capacity. The project will also underground all existing overhead utilities along Woodside Avenue within the project area. Construction for this project was substantially completed in March 2017.


Recently Completed:

San Vicente Road Improvement Project  began construction on Monday September 15, 2014. The project will enhance public safety, traffic flow, add dedicated turn lanes, bike lanes, a multi-use pathway and upgrade storm drain and water facilities. Completed in the mounth of September 2016.

Maine Avenue Utility Undergrounding converted existing overhead electric, telephone, and cable television lines to underground on Maine Avenue between Woodside and Mapleview. This is a joint project with SDG&E.

Wing Avenue Flood Control Improvements Project  Widens and lowers the existing channel configuration, lowers two existing water main lines and replaces the box culverts at Denny Way, Wing Avenue, and Joe Crosson Drive to have adequate capacity to convey a 100-year storm flood event.

Jamacha road work new sidewalk Jamacha gutter  


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