Recently Completed Projects

CC 2021-02 Paseo Alondra Slope Restoration

Project Update

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Project Description

The Paseo Alondra Slope Restoration Project repaired and strengthened an area of failed slope on the south side of Paseo Alondra. The project includes drainage improvements, installation of geofabric, earthwork, irrigation and landscape restoration as required to restore and strengthen the slope.

Civic Center Park Lighting and Sidewalk Project

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Project Description

The Civic Center Park Lighting and Sidewalk Project constructed approximately 7,250 square feet of new decorative concrete sidewalk around Civic Center Park to create a connected ADA accessible walking path. The project constructed twelve new nostalgic street lights along the West, East, and North side of the park which will provide uniform lighting to increase safety. A new on-street ADA accessible parking stall was constructed and landscape improvements will include new parkway trees on the North and East sides of the park. In addition, the project includes a new 25-piece fitness equipment area including a shade structure. The park now includes a complete walking path with an outdoor fitness center, improved ADA accessibility, landscaping and street lighting.

MC2020-01 Slurry Seal Maintenance Project Completed

Project Update

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Project Description

MC2020-01 Slurry Seal Maintenance Project provided pavement maintenance for approximately 3,300,000 square feet of asphalt pavement. The City utilizes a pavement management program to schedule routine maintenance of residential streets which is designed to minimize the cost of ongoing street maintenance. This project was awarded by City Council to Roy Allen Slurry Seal Inc. The project included the placement of crack-seal on various city streets followed by slurry seal and concluded with new traffic striping. The entire project cost approximately $700,000. The slurried streets now have a near new surface that not only protects but provides an aesthetically pleasing finish to the street.

CC2018-03 San Dimas Avenue Et Al Pavement Rehabilitation Project Including the Antonovich Trailhead Parking Lot

Antonovich Trailhead Parking Lot

San Dimas Avenue Et Al (Highlighted)

CC2018-03 San Dimas Avenue Et Al Pavement Rehabilitation Project is a super project that combines pavement rehabilitation of San Dimas Avenue from Via Verde Avenue to Puddingstone Drive, pavement reconstruction of Puente Avenue from Via Verde Avenue to Via Palomares and construction of parking lot improvements on the Antonovich Trailhead (Los Angeles County to reimburse the City for the cost of parking lot improvements).

In total, the project consists of over 530,000 square feet of pavement rehabilitation.  Concrete work includes the installation of over 3,200 linear feet of curb and the installation of 2,200 square feet of sidewalk.  All sidewalk corner ramps (ADA ramps) within the project boundaries will be upgraded to current standards.  Safety enhancements will be added to crosswalks including a solar-powered Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon (RRFB) at the Antonovich Trail crosswalk.  Parallel parking stalls and sidewalk will be added to the west side of San Dimas Avenue north of the Trailhead to provide an additional 12 parking spaces for trail users.  Accommodation of the additional parking stalls requires upgrading the existing guardrail and striping modifications.

CC2018-02 Golden Hills Road Reconstruction/Realignment Project


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Existing Golden Hills Road between San Dimas Canyon Road and Linda Lane (west of Wheeler Avenue) has been closed to through traffic for public safety and is only accessible for emergency vehicles. The project includes the construction of the realigned Golden Hills Road (approx. ¼ mile in length) through the San Dimas Sediment Placement Site, a Los Angeles County Flood Control District facility (see attached project map).  The new roadway will provide additional access for the residents of La Verne and San Dimas, as well as provide access for emergency services to these areas.  The County of Los Angeles will also have better access to their San Dimas Canyon Dam facility.

CC2018-05 Juanita Et Al Street Improvement Project:

Pavement Preservation


The Juanita et al pavement preservation project consists of asphalt pavement and miscellaneous concrete repairs for the above-highlighted streets.  Additionally, the project included the reconstruction of Marchant Park parking lots.