The City’s Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) is administered by the Public Works and 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:
Acquisition of professional services
Environmental and engineering design and studies
Right of way negotiation and acquisition
Outline of Public Projects
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.
The two maps are intended to provide updates of the progress the City of Jurupa Valley has made in repairing and maintaining the public roadways.As progress is made in the continual process of repair and maintenance of streets, these maps will be updated:
The City Completed Projects map highlights the progress made since July 1, 2011.
The Pavement Condition Map provides additional information regarding the condition of the public roadways.
Proposed Recreation Area at 64th Street & 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.
View the page that's been set up to collect responses and provide detailed information about the project.
Citywide Pavement Rehabilitation Project (2016 to 2017)
The City-wide Pavement Rehabilitation Project is a multi-year, long-term capital improvement program that emphasis maintenance and usability of local roadways.
View the Proposed recreation Area at 64th and Downey page.
Mission Bridge Replacement
The County of Riverside, in cooperation with the Cities of Riverside and Jurupa Valley, proposes to replace the existing Mission Boulevard Bridge over the Santa Ana River. The proposed project will accommodate two 12-foot lanes, two 14-foot lanes, two 8-foot shoulders and a 4-foot median. A 12- foot multipurpose trail with barrier separation from vehicular traffic will be located along the south side of the bridge in lieu of standard sidewalks on each side.
The new bridge will be approximately 88 feet wide and 1,100 feet long. The replacement bridge profile will be raised slightly to accommodate current standards for the roadway design. At mid-span, the profile will be approximately 4 to 6 feet higher than the existing bridge.