Current Projects

2019 Citywide Street Resurfacing Project
This project will include pavement improvements on Knott Avenue, Cerritos Avenue, Magnolia Avenue and Lampson Avenue.  Construction is anticipated to begin in September 2019.  This project is budgeted in the FY 19-20 Capital Improvement Program using Gas Tax funds and will not have an impact to the General Fund.

Sewer Condition Improvement Project
This project deals with spot repairs on sewer lines on various residential and arterial streets in the City of Stanton. Construction is anticipated to begin in November 2019.  This project is budgeted in FY 19-20 Capital Improvement Program using Sewer Maintenance funds and will not have an impact to the General Fund.  

City Monument Street Signage Restoration on Beach Boulevard 
The City Monument/Street Signage on Beach Boulevard have faded over time due to the environmental impacts.  This project will restore all street name identification signs in the City. A start date for this project will be on October 2019.  Funding for this project will be available in the Lighting/Median Maintenance Fund with no impact to the General Fund.

 

Upcoming Projects

Citywide Concrete Rehabilitation Project

This project will serve to remove and replace various concrete sections within the City that are in need of repair, including areas of raised sidewalk that are tripping hazards.  Construction is anticipated to begin in December 2019.  This project will be funded with Measure M Funds with no impact to the General Fund.

FY 20-21 Street Rehabilitation Project
Design is currently underway on the FY 20-21 Street Rehabilitation Project.  This project will include asphalt improvements on selected roads throughout the City.  A start date for this project will be determined once the design phase is complete.  This project will be funded with Gas Tax funds with no impact to the General Fund.

Cerritos Street Widening Project
This project will include pavement improvements on Cerritos Avenue west of Beach Boulevard. Construction is anticipated to begin in the summer of  2020.  This project is budgeted in the FY 19-20 Capital Improvement Program using Gas Tax funds and will not have an impact to the General Fund.

Recently Completed Projects

Cerritos Avenue Traffic Signal Upgrades
Construction is complete on the Cerritos Avenue Traffic Signal Upgrade Project.  The scope of this project included traffic signal upgrades on Cerritos Avenue at Western Avenue, Dale Avenue, and Magnolia Avenue.  This project replaced the existing traffic signal equipment with the latest technology, including the cabinets, signal controllers, and emergency vehicle pre-emption systems.  This project also converted the existing video detection to an in-ground loop detection system and provided new countdown pedestrian signal heads at each intersection. These upgrades have improved the reliability of the traffic signal system at these intersections.  This project was funded from Measure M funds with no impact to the City’s General Fund. The final construction cost for the project was $208,911.32.

Carlton Way, Newton Way, and Sherman Way Drainage and Street Rehabilitation Project
Construction is complete on the Carlton Way, Newton Way, and Sherman Way Drainage and Street Rehabilitation Project.  This project rehabilitated these three (3) streets that are located in the Bradford Tract with asphalt and concrete improvements. This project was funded with Measure M funds with no impact to the City’s General Fund. The final construction cost for the project was $96,036.90.

Santa Rosalia Tract Drainage Improvement Project
Construction is complete on the Santa Rosalia Tract Drainage Improvement Project.  This project included the reconstruction of two cross gutters on Santa Rosalia Avenue, one located between Yorkshire Avenue and Santa Catalina Avenue and the other located at Santa Gertrudes Avenue.  This project alleviated the drainage problems that occurred in the neighborhood during the rainy season.  This project was funded with CDBG (Community Development Block Grant) funds with a matching component from the City’s Capital Project Fund with no impact to the City’s General Fund. The final construction cost for the project was $215,134.88.

Citywide Street Rehabilitation Project – SLPP
Construction is complete on the Citywide Street Rehabilitation Project – SLPP. This project was partially funded with a Rubberized Pavement Grant sponsored by CalRecycle. Funding from the State-Local Partnership Program (SLPP) was also used, with a matching component from Measure M and Gas Tax Funds.

This project included pavement and concrete improvements on Dale Avenue from the City Limits to Cerritos Avenue, Orangewood Avenue from Beach Boulevard to end, Cerritos Avenue from Magnolia Avenue to the City Limits, and Village Center Drive from Beach Boulevard to the City Limits. These roads were rehabilitated using Rubberized Asphalt Concrete from California waste tires. 129,112 pounds of crumb rubber was used in this project, resulting in 10,759 passenger tire equivalents being recycled.

Austin Way from Cabot Way to End, Burton Way from end to end, Cabot Way from Lambert Way to Austin Way, Cabot Way from Lambert Way to end, Hampton Way from Fulton Way to Lambert Way, and Kelton Way from Hampton Way to Burton Way were also rehabilitated with conventional asphalt as part of this project. The final construction cost for the project was $816,871.77.