Capital Improvement Projects - Improving Infrastructure
|Accessibility & Drainage Improvements||Work includes reconstructing non-compliant ADA ramps; relocating or reconstructing various storm drain inlets and pipes; minor concrete repairs (curb, gutter, sidewalks); and pavement restoration adjacent to all new concrete.||Construction Update (as of October 15, 2020): The contractor is currently finishing up work on Creekmont Way, and expects to be starting work on Picnic Ct on Monday 10/19/20. They are also currently working on Maidstone Way, and will continue working there for the next few weeks. Check back here for updates to the construction schedule as the project progresses.|
|Residential Street Resurfacing Project||Projects will resurface various residential streets around the city with related asphalt and concrete repairs.
||2019 Residential Street Resurfacing was completed on June 30, 2020. The 2020 Residential Street Resurfacing Project will bid in Winter of 2020 and construction will start in Spring of 2021. Visit the project page for upcoming resurfacing information.|
|Auburn Blvd Complete Streets Phase 2||Complete streets improvements with sidewalks, lighting, traffic signal upgrades and landscaping. Northern city limits to Rusch Park.||SACOG award, Regional Program grant, and Regional ATP grant have been awarded. RFP for Final Design was awarded March 2020 to Bennett Engineering. Construction funding programmed in FY 2022-2023.|
|Bonita Way / Maretha Street Storm Drain Improvements (SDMP Areas 8, 9, 10)||Project will construct storm drain and surface improvements along Maretha Street, Bonita Way and then along Old Auburn Blvd to Mariposa Creek.
Neighborhood Areas 8, 9, & 10 Storm Drain Master Plan Study.
|Project design is complete. Bidding Fall 2020. Construction Spring 2021.
|Carriage Drive and Lauppe Lane Safe Schools Corridor Plan||Evaluate streets and on-site school circulation to identify measures to mitigate deficiencies. Includes community engagement. Carriage/Lauppe between Auburn and Antelope.||Project is currently in the planning phase. The draft plan will be presented to City Council, then with their comments, the final plan will be developed.
|Storm Drain Improvements - Denton Way, Dana Butte Way, & Wonder Street||Storm drain and surface improvements along Denton Way, Dana Butte Way, Wonder Street.
Identified in the Neighborhood Areas 8, 9, & 10 Storm Drain Master Plan Study.
|Design phase. Construction for FY 2020-21
|Arcade-Cripple Creek Trail Project formerly Electric Greenway
|Project will construct a nearly 3 mile long multi-use trail between Arcade Creek Park Preserve and Wachtel Way, using an existing electric transmission corridor. The city was awarded grant funds for the design & construction of this project.||Environmental Impact report was accepted by council in 2019. Planning still underway, construction anticipated for 2021|
|Local Road Safety Program||LRSP provides a framework to identify, analyze, and prioritize roadway safety improvements on local roads. It will focus on identifying opportunities to improve traffic safety within the city using solutions from the engineering, education, enforcement, and emergency services toolboxes. Components exist but the City desires to create a documented safety plan.||An RFP was published June 12, 2020. Eight proposals were received July 14, 2020.
Project Awarded October 8, 2020 to Kimley-Horn Associates.
Safe Routes to School Phase 3
|Project will construct sidewalk, curb, gutter, ADA curb access ramps, bike lanes, drainage improvements and new LED street lighting.||Construction completed. Completing punch list. Final acceptance by Council April 23, 2020.|
Safe Routes to School Phase 4
|Construct sidewalks, bike lanes, and associated improvements. Project is the final phase of a 1.2 mile Safe Route to School Project and will complete the bicycle and pedestrian network.||The preliminary plans and environmental review & documentation is complete. Public outreach underway. CTC authorized Final design and right-of-way phases of project. Consultant work on these two phases is underway. 4/21/20 project submitted to state architect for plan review.|
|Multi Modal Transportation Safety Program
(Caltrans Sustainable Communities Grant)
MMTSP Community Workshop #3 was held September 29, 2020 at 5:30 pm via Zoom. A video and PDF of the presentation are available on the community meeting page. The Question and Answer segment may be downloaded separately. Next steps are presentation of the tool to Council in December 2020 and launch in 2021.
|Nov 2018 - State authorization to proceed
Feb 2019 - Project awarded to Steer Group
Oct 2 2019 Champion Orientation COMPLETED
Oct 30 2019 Community Meeting 1 COMPLETED
Feb 7 2020 - MMTSP Survey begun
Apr 14 2020 - Community Meeting 2 COMPLETED
Apr 30 2020 - MMTSP Survey COMPLETED
Sep 29 2020 5:30 PM COMPLETED
Dec 10 2020 City Council Approved
March 2021 - MMTSP Tool to be launched
|Old Auburn Complete Streets Plan (CalTrans Sustainable Communities Grant)||Project will evaluate existing conditions, identify collision trends and deficiencies. Engage community to identify solutions to improve Old Auburn Rd. between Fair Oaks Blvd. and Auburn Blvd.||March 26, 2020 the plan was adopted by City Council. The plan will be used to seek grant funding for design and construction phases.|
|Various Signalized Intersection Safety Improvements
|Project increases safety for vehicles, bicycles & pedestrians at signalized intersections. Upgrades 30 signalized intersections, a pedestrian median barrier fence along three legs of Greenback Ln/Auburn Blvd intersection, and four accessible curb ramps at two intersections on Sunrise Blvd (at Macy Plaza Drive & Birdcage Center).||January 2019 Community outreach began
February 2019 Community Open House
March 14 2019 Survey results presented to Counci. March 2020 Project went out to bid. Council recommended staff to reject all bids and authorized staff to Re-Bid. (TBA)
October 16, 2020 Project went out to bid
November 18, 2020 Bids were due.
December 10, 2020 City Council awarded the project to Central Valley Engineering and Asphalt.