Construction Projects

Capital Improvement Program

The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is administered by the Public Works Engineering Division. The program provides for maintenance and improvements to existing infrastructure as well as new installments to support future growth in the City of Chino. The division oversees and manages the planning, design, bidding, construction inspection, and project management functions for City-sponsored CIP projects.

Click on the dropdown below to view the projects currently under construction throughout the City. For more on the City's 5-Year Capital Improvement Program (CIP), visit www.cityofchino.org/CIP.
 
Questions or concerns? Please call the CIP Division at 909-334-3265.


Capital Improvement Projects

STREET REHAB – SD211
Location: 11th Street north of Chino Ave to Riverside Dr and up 10th Street
Forecast Completion: May 2021
This project includes reconstruction and overlay of the entire street section, traffic signal modifications at the intersection, and complete a segment of the master planned storm drain system.  These repairs will provide a more robust infrastructure to that area, which include widening the roadway, constructing a new curb and gutter, striping and asphalt overlay.


STREET REHAB – ST183
Location: Riverside Drive between Central Avenue and Oaks Avenue
Forecast Completion: May 2021
This project includes the reconstruction and overlay of the entire street section, traffic signal modifications at the intersection, and a storm drain segment.  These repairs will provide a more robust infrastructure improvements to that area, which include new curb ramps, concrete sidewalk, curb gutters, signage, and striping and traffic signal improvements.


ROAD MAINTENANCE REHAB – ST 182
Location:
 C Street between Monte Visa and Magnolia Ave and 10th street between Chino Avenue and Walnut Ave
Forecast Completion: March 2021
This project include bicycle striping and installation of bike lanes on various streets which will improve mobility around Chino High School and in turn reduce roadway traffic, wear and tear on roadways, decrease pollution, and promote a healthier community. 


ALLEY REHAB – SN191
Location: Between Schaefer and G Street, west of Central Avenue
Forecast Completion: December 2020
Currently, there are no gutters in the alley which prevent control of the water flow during winter season.  Part of the construction includes removal and reconstruction of asphalt, pavement, construction of concrete gutter, adjusting of the existing utility boxes, manholes, and accessible crossings.  These changes will also preserve the asphalt and help maintain its aesthetic look.


WATER MAIN REPLACEMENT – WA19B
Location: Orange Place, Aster Court, Arlington Place, Williamsburg Road, Lemon Place, Lime Place, Cypress Avenue, Marshall Avenue
Forecast CompletionDecember 2020
This project will replace leaking PVC water mains throughout the city, which will extend the life of the pipe and eliminate interruption of water supply to the residents. In addition, as part of the repairs, some sidewalks, curbs and gutters, fire hydrants assemblies, and overlay asphalt concrete for trench repair will be reworked during the project improvements.    


WATER MAIN REPLACEMENT – WA161
Location: Telephone Avenue between Walnut Avenue and Riverside Drive. 
Monte Vista Avenue between Walnut Avenue and Riverside Drive.
Lincoln Avenue between Russell Avenue and 7th Street
Washington Avenue between 3rd Street and Telephone Avenue
Forecast Completion: December 2020
This project will replace leaking PVC water mains throughout the city, which will extend the life of the pipe and eliminate interruption of water supply to the residents. In addition, as part of the repairs, some sidewalks, curbs and gutters, fire hydrants assemblies, and overlay asphalt concrete for trench repair will be reworked during the project improvements.    


WATER MAIN REPLACEMENT – WA205
Location: Baker Avenue between Terry Avenue and Walnut Avenue
Forecast Completion: January 2021
This project will replace leaking PVC water mains throughout the city, which will extend the life of the pipe and eliminate interruption of water supply to the residents. In addition, as part of the repairs, some sidewalks, curbs and gutters, fire hydrants assemblies, and overlay asphalt concrete for trench repair will be reworked during the project improvements.    


WATER LINE REPLACEMENT – WA172
Location: Central Avenue between Chino Avenue and Schaefer Avenue
Forecast Completion: March 2021
Improvements will include geotechnical observation and laboratory testing, field testing, field reports of observation and test results, structural steel/welding inspection and appurtenant tasks.  Currently the City is waiting for submittals and the project will begin January 2021


3-SYSTEM STORM DRAIN PROJECT– SD153
Location: Magnolia Avenue south of State Route 60 to Riverside Avenue. Intersections of Walnut Avenue at Ross Avenue and Walnut Avenue at Magnolia Avenue
Forecast Completion: July 2021
The main goal of this project is to relieve current drainage deficiencies and recurrent flooding. The system will intercept drainage flows that currently discharge to Magnolia Avenue just south of State Route 60 via a drainage culvert under the freeway and convey them to the existing Riverside Drive storm drain system which is a reach of the Benson Avenue storm drain system as prescribed on the MPD. Improvements will include grind and overlay along the pipeline alignment, construction of accessibility improvements at the intersections of Walnut Avenue at Ross Avenue and Walnut Avenue at Magnolia Avenue.  The project will begin December 2020.


3-SYSTEM STORM DRAIN PROJECT– SD153
Location: Magnolia Avenue south of State Route 60 to Riverside Avenue. Intersections of Walnut Avenue at Ross Avenue and Walnut Avenue at Magnolia Avenue
Forecast Completion: July 2021
The main goal of this project is to relieve current drainage deficiencies and recurrent flooding. The system will intercept drainage flows that currently discharge to Magnolia Avenue just south of State Route 60 via a drainage culvert under the freeway and convey them to the existing Riverside Drive storm drain system which is a reach of the Benson Avenue storm drain system as prescribed on the MPD. Improvements will include grind and overlay along the pipeline alignment, construction of accessibility improvements at the intersections of Walnut Avenue at Ross Avenue and Walnut Avenue at Magnolia Avenue.  The project will begin December 2020.


SEWER RELINE PROJECT – SW213
Location: Schaefer Avenue between Benson Avenue and 10th street and on Central Avenue between Telephone Avenue and 3rd Street
Forecast Completion: January 2021
The Sewer Reline project will reline (7) existing clay pipes and sewers at various locations. This will include the installation of a resin within a flexible tube, which is tightly formed to the existing sewer lines.  Work will take place at Schaefer Avenue between Benson Avenue and 10th Street and north alley – Central Avenue between Telephone Avenue and 3rd Street.


MONTE VISTA RAILROAD CROSSING - MS163
Location: Monte Vista and Union Pacific Railroad crossing, between Schaefer Avenue and Edison Avenue
Forecast Completion: January 2021
The City’s 5-Year Capital Improvement Program (CIP) has received a grant from Caltrans, Division of Rail and Mass Transportation, for the replacement of hazards at the Monte vista and Union Pacific Railroad crossing, located between Schaefer Avenue and Edison Avenue.  Improvements will include the installation of signalized crossing gates, raised medians, signage, and sidewalk.  Safety improvements will provide advance notice to approaching motorist when Union Pacific RR is utilizing their tracks for deliveries.  Sidewalk was designed to comply with accessibility standards.  Currently, the City is waiting for submittals and work will begin December 2020.

The 60 Swarm

The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) began a paving project on State Route 60 (SR 60) in July 2019 to repair deteriorated pavement slabs from Euclid Avenue in Ontario to the 60/91/215 Junction in Riverside. Caltrans also began a bridge project in fall 2019 on SR 60 to replace Pipeline Avenue, Monte Vista Avenue and Benson Avenue bridge structures. The combination of these two projects and two other local interchange projects has been dubbed the “60 Swarm.” 


3 Bridges Project
Construction Duration: Fall 2019-Fall 2021
Next FULL CLOSURE: January 21 and 22, Full Closure of SR 60 in both directions for Pipeline Bridge demolition between Ramona Ave and Reservoir Road from 9:00pm to 6:00am.
Location
: .1 mile vicinity of bridges located at Pipeline, Monte Vista and Benson Avenues.
Project Cost Estimate: $25 million
Lead Agency: California Department of Transportation (Caltrans)
Link to 3 Bridges Fact Sheet


60 Rehabilitation Project
Construction Duration: July 22, 2019-Summer 2021
Location: 60 FWY from Euclid to the 60/91/215 freeway interchange
Project Cost Estimate: $134 million, SB1 Funds: $16.9 million
Lead Agency: California Department of Transportation (Caltrans)
Contact:  Kimberly Cherry at 909-383-6290
Link to Fact Sheet


For more information and to sign up for updates, visit www.60swarm.com.

map of 60 swarm projects

For those with sensory disabilities requiring alternate formats (i.e. Braille, large print, sign language interpreter, etc.) and those needing information in a language other than English, please contact Kimberly Cherry at 909-383-6290 or TTY 711.

SBCTA Central Avenue Interchange Project

Street sign of Central AvenueIn an effort to improve traffic flow along Central Avenue and SR 60 access for the local community, the San Bernardino County Transportation Authority (SBCTA) and the City of Chino, in cooperation with the Caltrans District 8, will widen the Central Avenue interchange at the SR 60 bridge to accommodate three through-lanes and double left-turn lanes in both the northbound and southbound directions and will widen the existing eastbound and westbound on-ramps to SR 60 from one lane to two through lanes and a carpool lane.

The project will:
-Relieve congestion and improve traffic flow on Central Avenue at the SR 60 interchange.

-Address increased travel associated with existing and planned development in the City of Chino.

-Provide Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliant curb ramps and tactile sensors at intersections where crosswalks are included.

-Demolish and replace the outer edges of the existing bridge and the bridge barrier and fence with a new barrier and fence.

For more information, please visit the SBCTA SR 60 Central Avenue Interchange page.