Capital Improvement Plan & Major Projects

Capital Improvement Plan (CIP)

The City’s Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) is administered by the Public Works & Engineering Department for the development of various transportation related projects. Department staff is responsible for the management of these projects from project initiation through final construction. These duties typically include project scoping, acquisition of professional services, environmental and engineering design and studies, right of way negotiation and acquisition, construction management, and project closeout.

The CIP, an outline of public projects planned for the near future, is updated annually. You can access the CIP by clicking here. Funding for these projects is provided through a variety of sources including development impact fees, transportation funds, and grants which are restricted for the purposes for which they are budgeted.

Capital Improvement Map since Incoproration (as of May 2018):

Pavement Condition Map as of May 2018:

To talk to a staff member about these projects, call the Public Works Department at (951) 332-6464.

Bid Documents
Current bid and proposal opportunities can be found by clicking here.

Major Construction Projects

Proposed Recreation Area at 64th Street and Downey Street

The City of Jurupa Valley is currently accepting survey responses to help guide the development process for the recreation area adjacent to 64th Street and Downey Street.  Click here to view the page that's been set up to collect responses and provide detailed information about the project.

Limonite Avenue Widening Project (Complete)

The Limonite Avenue Widening Project is one of the largest construction projects being conducted by the City of Jurupa Valley in 2016-2017.  Limonite Avenue, a major thuroughfare running along the southern portion of Jurupa Valley is being improved and widened from Etiwanda Avenue to Bain Street.  A dedicated web page has been set up specifically for this project and can be accessed by clicking here.

Citywide Pavement Rehabailitation Project (2016-2017)

The City-wide Pavement Rehabilitation Project is a multi-year, long-term capital improvement program that emphasis maintenance and usability of local roadways.  A dedicated web page has been set up sepcifically for this project and b e accessed by clicking here.