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Current Capital Projects

Current Capital Projects

Overview

The City’s Capital Improvements Projects program is continuing its aggressive efforts to keep up with the needs of our growing community.

It is worth noting that none of the funding for these projects comes from the General Fund. Capital Projects are funded by a variety of developer impact fees, State and Federal grant funds, and the State’s gasoline tax. Nevertheless, a softening economy and budget difficulties at all levels of government make it critical that costs are carefully contained and benefits are clearly demonstrated.

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2021 Annual Road Rehabilitation Project

Project Limits Map

The 2021 Annual Road Rehabilitation Project proposes to implement safety and accessibility improvements along Park Avenue from East 9th Street to East Park Avenue and along Pine, Cypress, and Mulberry Streets from 9th Street to 20th Street.  The proposed improvements include grinding and paving, new striping, new lighting, ADA curb ramps, and bike lanes. Additionally, Hemlock and Locust Streets, between and through 12th Street and 20th Street, would receive a slurry seal paving treatment.

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Bruce Road Reconstruction Project

Currently in Design Phase

The proposed project involves the reconstruction and widening of an approximately 2-mile segment of Bruce Road from State Route 32 (SR 32) to Skyway utilizing roller-compacted concrete pavement. The proposed “Complete Streets” improvements include widening Bruce Road from an existing 2-lane arterial roadway to a 4-lane arterial roadway, and replacement of the existing two-lane, functionally obsolete Bruce Road bridge over Little Chico Creek (Caltrans Bridge # 12C0106) with a new four-lane bridge structure.

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Cactus Avenue Traffic Signal Project

Currently in Design Phase

The proposed project includes the installation of traffic signal equipment with lighting, a controller cabinet, and associated pavement striping and markings at the intersection of Cactus Avenue and East Avenue.

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Citywide Systemic Safety Improvements Project

Currently in Design Phase

The following is a general description for the Citywide Systemic Safety Improvements Project which proposes various safety improvements throughout City limits. The project is funded with Federal-aid Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) funds.

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Cohasset Road Widening

Currently in Design Phase

This project will complete the improvements programmed for Cohasset Road from the Sycamore Creek Bridge to Ryan Avenue in the vicinity of the Chico Municipal Airport. Sycamore Creek is located just east of Eaton Road.

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Comanche Creek Greenway Improvement Project – Phase II

The Comanche Creek Greenway Improvement Project Phase 2 is constructing a Class 1 bikeway gap closure on an abandoned railroad grade,and connecting the regional Chico-Durham bike path at the Midway to the recently completed Phase 1 pedestrian/bike bridge over Comanche Creek.

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South Campus Neighborhood Improvement Plan

As a result of a vehicle on pedestrian fatal collision in 2015, the Chico City Council received a petition from the Chico State University student body calling for improvements to this neighborhood due to several safety concerns.

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State Route 32 Widening Project Phase 3

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