Public Works/ City Construction Projects
Sidewalk Rehabilitation Project FY 22-23
The Sidewalk Rehabilitation Project includes the removal of existing sidewalks and curb ramps at various locations Citywide and other incidental and any additional work necessary for the proper construction of new sidewalks and curb ramps.
The City Council awarded FS Contractors, Inc. for the Sidewalk Rehabilitation Project. The project is funded by the Community Development Block Grant for a total of $178,646.75
Pavement Rehabilitation Project FY 22-23
The Pavement Rehabilitation Project includes asphalt concrete resurfacing (cold mill and overlay), asphalt slurry seal, concrete curb ramp, curb and gutter, sidewalk replacement at various locations, striping and pavement markings, and related work.
The City Council awarded Hardy Harper for the Pavement Rehabilitation Project. The project will have multiple funding sources such as Measure M Funds, Measure R Fund, SB1 RMRA Funds, and LACTMA Funds. The project total is $3,539,000.00.
City of Maywood Beautification Project
The City of Maywood Beautification Project will consist of purchasing additional trash receptacles, signage, cameras, and landscape improvement to reduce the amount of waste and debris. The project will consist of two phases. City Council awarded Los West for the design in Phase 1, the construction in Phase 2 is estimated to begin January 2024.
The project is a part of the CALTRANS Clean California Grant Program. A total of $1,388,940 was approved in the grant application.
Local Highway Safety Improvement Project (HSIP)
The purpose of the HSIP is to achieve reduction in traffic fatalities and serious injuries on all public roads, including non-State-owned public roads. The project will involve the upgrade of 21 citywide traffic signals along Slauson Ave and Atlantic Ave which includes improving signal hardware, installation of pedestrian count signal heads and modifying signal phasing.
The project is a part CALTRANS Highway Safety Improvement Program Cycle 11. A total of $134,100 was approved in the grant application.
Maywood Baseball Field Lighting At Maywood Park
The projects consist of field lighting replacement on nonfunctional equipment including demolition of the existing sports lighting system, replacement of the fuse boxes at each pole, mounting all fixtures in place, fixture aiming, commissioning of controls, control training, and final clean up.
This project is part of the California State Parks - The Natural Resources Agency Department of Parks and Recreation- Local Assistance Specified Grant. A total of $229,975 was approved in the grant application. (Expected completion: Fall 2022)
52nd Place Sewer Replacement Project and Point Repairs
The project will consist of new designs that will allow the City to construct and replace the existing sewer pipes on 52nd Street/52nd Place with larger diameter pipes, and point repairs.
This project is a part of the Maywood sewer projects. The projects funding sources will be allocated from the Sewer Enterprise Funds and the Local Fiscal Recovery Funds. A total of $853,930.00 was approved for the project.
Riverfront Park Fitness Court - "COMPLETED"
The City of Maywood in collaboration with the National Fitness Campaign, as part of a national movement to make world-class fitness free and accessible will benefit the health and quality of life for youth, seniors, and families.
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 the sprinkler system, installation of fitness court anchors/hold down, installing fitness court wall and equipment, spray floor marking and applying decals.
The City and Los Angeles County Regional Park and Open Space District (“RPOSD”) entered into a grant agreement to fund the proposed project using Measure A funds in the amount of $217,000. The City and State of California Natural Resources Agency entered into a grant agreement for $96,038. Bringing the total to $313,038.00 (Expected completion: Fall 2022)
Aquatic Center Pool Replastering - Southeast Rio Vista YMCA "COMPLETED"
The project consists of and includes replastering of the existing pool at the Southeast Rio Vista YMCA at the Maywood Center.
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: Fall 2022)
Maywood Batting Cage Installation Project at Maywood Park - "COMPLETED"
The proposed improvements would occur on the existing batting cage area approximately 4000 SF. Improvements would include the installation of 14 FT tall chain link fencing around (3) sides of the 50' x 80' batting cage and 6 FT tall chain link fencing on the side that borders the field.
This project is part of the California State Parks - The Natural Resources Agency Department of Parks and Recreation- Local Assistance Specified Grant. A total of $ $28,275.00 was approved in the grant application. (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.
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.
School Safety Project (TDA Project) FY 2021-2022 - "COMPLETED"
The TDA Project consists of pedestrian safety improvements including signage and striping improvements at various locations! Click here for more information on the project plans. The project involves the installation of thermoplastic high visibility crosswalks, stop legends, stop bars, installation of red curbs, solar flashing stop signs, stop ahead signs, related signage and striping work.
The City Council awarded the contract to Sterndahl Enterprises LLC for the Transpiration Development Act Pedestrian Improvement project. The final contract cost totaled $82,700.
Sidewalk Rehabilitation Project FY 2021-2022 (Project No. 602296-21) - "COMPLETED"
The project provides for the removal and replacement of damaged sidewalks, curbs, gutters, curb ramps, driveway approaches, and adjacent asphalt pavement. Project construction includes the removal and replacement of approximately 4,500 square feet of sidewalk, removal, and construction of 7 curb ramps, installation of truncated dome, and removal and replacement of 50 square feet of cross gutter.
CDBG Budget: $193,790.00