Public Works/ City Construction Projects

Construction of Riverfront Park Fitness Court

The project includes the removal and disposal of grass and soil, forming and pouring fitness court slab and access sidewalk, excavating and constructing shade structure footings, adjusting sprinkler system, installation of fitness court anchors/hold down, installing fitness court wall and equipment, spray floor marking and applying decals.

Funding Source

This project is part of the Capital Improvement Budget; the funding source is the Los Angeles County Regional Park and Open Space District (RPOSD) Safe, Clean Neighborhood Parks, Open Space, Beaches, Rivers Protection, and Water Conservation Measure (Measure A), approved by voters on November 8, 2016; a total of $217,000 was approved in the grant application. (Expected completion: Summer 2022)

Aquatic Center Pool Replastering - Southeast Rio Vista YMCA

The project consists of and includes replastering of the existing pool at the Southeast Rio Vista YMCA at the Maywood Center.

Funding Source

This project is part of the State of California Department of Parks and Recreation Specific Grant. A total of $91,059 was approved in the grant application. (Expected completion: Summer 2022) 

Streetlight LED Installation "COMPLETED"

SCE, as part of an agreement with the City, has commenced the replacement of their High-Pressure Sodium Vapor (HPSV) street light fixtures with Energy-efficient LED lights throughout the City. The replacement work has already begun and should be completed by the end of April. The conversion program will improve the lighting level on various streets, reduce electrical usage and minimize maintenance. LED fixtures have a life expectancy of over 10 Ten years vs HPSV fixtures with an average life expectancy of 4 years.

Funding Source

The City Council awarded the contract to Siemens Mobility, Inc. for the Street Lighting Conversion project. The final construction cost totaled $204,372.05. The funding sources were Los Angeles Measure M and Street Light Assessment District (SLAD) with no general fund monies being used. 

Sidewalk Rehabilitation Project FY 2021-2022

The Sidewalk Rehabilitation Project includes the construction of pedestrian accessibility improvements, including concrete sidewalk, curb, gutter, and any other related improvements at various locations Citywide. 

As part of the improvements, approximately 283,000 square feet of roadway received asphalt slurry seal, and 185,000 square feet of roadway was cold-milled and asphalt overlaid (approximately 3,350 tons of asphalt).

Funding Source

The Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) budget allocation is $193,790. 

Sidewalk Rehabilitation Project Map