Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) Projects                                        Revised June 2017


Project Number Stage Project Name and Description Expected Advertise Date
(Based on Calendar Year)
Supervisorial District
4-0-00345 4
Phase 2
HOMELAND LINE 1 STG 1
Project includes the construction of Line 1 and Juniper Flats Basin.
Pending Notice
of Completion
3
1-0-0120 3 UNIVERSITY WASH
From Spruce Street southeasterly to existing storm drain 200 feet north of Massachusetts Avenue and 660 feet west of Durahart Street.
In Construction
1
2-8-00350 1 CORONA MDP LINE 52
An underground storm drain extending north from Third Street along E. Grand Boulevard then under the 91 Freeway, to Temescal Creek Channel. City of Corona to design-build w/District funds.
In Construction
2
5-0-0169 1 BANNING MDP LINE D-2 & D-2A
This project is over one mile of underground storm drain that connects to the existing Ramsey Street Storm Drain at the intersection of Hargrave Street and Ramsey Street. It includes Line D-2, Stage 1 which will continue northerly along Hargrave Street for approximately 5,250 feet before terminating at Indian School Lane. Line D-2A, Stage 1 will tie into Line D-2 at the intersection of Hargrave Street and Theodore Street. Line D-2A will continue westerly along Theodore Street for approximately 600 feet before terminating at Florida Street.
In Construction
5
1-8-00071 4 MONROE MDP - MONROE CHANNEL
At request of the City of Riverside, replacement of City's existing open channel with underground reinforced concrete box with ten-year storm capacity. Project limits are from California Avenue upstream to Magnolia Avenue.
Pending
Award
1
1-0-0234 1 JURUPA-PYRITE MDP LINE A-2
Master planned lateral storm drain to Jurupa Channel. Project is east-west drain crossing Agate Street about 1,000 feet south of Jurupa Road. Outlet point at Jurupa Channel is unimproved and likely to remain so. Project requires scoping work prior to finalizing design limits and cost.
2nd Quarter
2017
2
4-0-0011 3 HEACOCK CHANNEL AKA SUNNYMEAD MDP LINE B STG 3
From Perris Valley Channel Lateral A north along Heacock Street to Cactus Avenue. Project is no longer a Corps of Engineers project and will be moved forward as a locally funded project.
2nd Quarter
2017
5
6-8-00040 90 PALM CANYON WASH – CHERLEY CREEK LEVEE RESTORATION
Major construction to bring levee serving small tributary upstream of South Palm Canyon Wash into compliance with FEMA certification guidelines. Project will be combination of RSP and soil-cement lined channel and levee.
2nd Quarter
2017
4
2-0-00150 6 SOUTH NORCO CHANNEL & NORCO MDP LINES S-1 STG 1 & S-5 STG 1
From confluence with South Norco Line SB northeast approximately 2,500 feet to Hamner Avenue. Norco MDP Line S-1 - From outlet at South Norco Channel east in Third Street approximately 2,400 feet. Norco MDP Line S-5 - In Hillside Avenue at Kingman Street, then west approximately 200 feet to Hillside Lane, then 1,600 feet west to Temescal Avenue, 880 feet southwest to South Norco Channel.
3rd Quarter
2017
2
5-8-00177 1 BANNING MDP LINE H STG 1
Approximately 3,400 feet of RCP (ranging from 36" to 66" diameter) from an outlet at Smith Creek Channel north in Hathaway Street to Barbour Street. Consultant to design.
3rd Quarter
2017
5
2-8-00145 3 NORCO MDP LINE NB
From existing outlet at Interstate-15 near Fortuna Avenue, east approximately 1800 feet to Valley View Street. Replace existing earthen channel with a concrete lined trapezoidal channel.
4th Quarter
2017
2
4-8-00030 50 BAUTISTA CREEK CHANNEL (RECHARGE BASIN EXPANSION)
District is partnering with Lake Hemet Municipal Water District (LHMWD) to share 50% of the construction costs to expand the recharge potential of existing basins constructed by USACE. The currently under-utilized 17.5-acre northerly basin would be divided into five (5) sub-basins similar to the existing recharge basins. An 18-inch supply inlet from the EMWD 24-inch raw water pipeline in Cedar Avenue will also be constructed to recharge surplus imported water from the Sacramento Delta or Colorado River when the San Jacinto River is not flowing. District to take the lead role in design and construction, LHMWD will maintain recharge basins.
4th Quarter
2017
3
6-8-0035 1 DESERT HOT SPRINGS MDP LINE E-5
Approximately 3700 LF of underground storm drain in 8th Street from the existing Line E, easterly to Mesquite Avenue.
4th Quarter
2017
4
2-0-0110 90 EL CERRITO CHANNEL RESTORATION
Replacement of 2,400 feet of existing channel northeasterly from Temescal Canyon Road adjacent to Minnesota Road.
2nd Quarter
2018
2
2-0-00140 11 NORCO CHANNEL STAGE 11
Sponsored jointly by the City of Norco and the District, to upsize the existing channel and culvert crossings along North Norco Interim Channel to covey the 100-year storm event.
2nd Quarter
2018
2
2-0-0144 1 NORTH NORCO CH LATERALS NC, NC-1, & N-2
The project includes the construction of Line NC in Valley View Avenue, NC-1 in Detroit Street, and Line N-2 in 6th Street.
2nd Quarter
2018
2
3-0-00020 1 LAKELAND VILLAGE-ADELFA CHANNEL
from Lake Elsinore southwesterly in Maiden Lane to Cottrell Boulevard, then westerly in Cottrell to a sump westerly of Adelfa Street and also from Maiden at Cottrell southerly in Landerville Boulevard to Anthony Avenue and westerly in Anthony to a sump.
2nd Quarter
2018
1
1-8-00045 90 WOODCREST DAM – OUTLET STRUCTURE MODIFICATION
Reconstruct outlet structure to prevent blockage by debris accumulation.
3rd Quarter
2018
1
4-0-0330 0 GREEN ACRES DAM AND OUTLET
Retention basin and associated outlet generally located near Cortrite Avenue and Los Limones Lane. Feasibility study completed and dam project footprint established. Acquisition of right-of-way is underway. Next step (FY 2013-2014), engage consultant to produce preliminary proof of concept design for endorsement by California DSOD.
4th Quarter
2018
3
4-0-00614 2 SUNNYMEAD MDP LINE B-16A
Storm drain will collect flows from existing road culvert crossing Kalmia Avenue just east of Kitching Street and convey them south to existing drain at Shalu Avenue.
4th Quarter
2018
5
1-0-0073 3 MONROE MDP LINE E
Stages 2 and 3 have been combined into one City design-build project.The proposed Line E Stage 2 system, which includes the Line E-5 lateral, begins downstream at the existing Line E, Stage 1 at the intersection of Gratton Street and Lincoln Avenue and continues south along Gratton Street for approximately 4,255 lineal feet, for a total of approximately 5,635 lineal feet of underground storm drain.The proposed Line E, Stage 3 system, which includes the Line E-2 lateral, begins at the intersection of Gratton Street and Dufferin Avenue at the downstream terminus and continues south along Gratton Street for approximately 3,335 lineal feet onto Hermosa Road, extending from the intersection of Gratton Street and Hermosa Road eastward approximately 2,230 additional lineal feet for a total of approximately 5,565 lineal feet of underground storm drain.
1st Quarter
2019
1
6-0-0160 3 PALM SPRINGS MDP LINE 41
From existing Stage 2 at Golf Club Drive westerly in East Palm Canyon Drive to Cherokee Way. Includes Lateral 41C in Mathew Drive. CIP assumes $1,000,000 from City of Palm Springs ADP funds and $5,000,000 from City of Palm Springs Community Facilities District or direct developer contribution. Biggest portion of Project right-of-way costs were settled in July 2011 at $4,000,000 total for basin. However, costs associated with mitigating impacts to the Casey's June Beetle are unknown but could be significant.
1st Quarter
2019
4
2-0-0155 NORCO MDP LINE NA-1 & LATERAL NA-1A
Project request by City of Norco. The planned NA-1 portion consists of about 1,300 feet of mostly 48-inch diameter storm drain in Crestview Drive north of Sixth Street. NA-1A is a smaller diameter line, about 1,000 feet in length, running east from Crestview Drive in Mt. Rushmore Drive. A portion of NA-1 has been completed in Crestview Drive.
2nd Quarter
2019
2
4-0-00431 1
Phase 3
ROMOLAND LINE A-3
This project is to finish constructing the remainder Line A-3. The RCB remainder Line A-3 will continue from the partially constructed Line A-3 (Phase 1) along Palomar Road for approximately 3,700 feet. It will transition to a concrete trapezoidal channel and continue easterly for approximately 1000 feet. The line then will transition to a RCB for 1530 ft and transition back to a concrete trapezoidal channel for approximately 4,000 feet, ending at Malone Ave.
2nd Quarter
2019
5
4-0-0331 1 LAKEVIEW/NUEVO MDP LATERAL D-1
Project is outlet for Lakeview Dam. From Yucca Street easterly in 11th Street, Bell Avenue and Brown Avenue to Lakeview Dam.
4th Quarter
2019
5