Vernon Avenue Residential Demolition Project
The 11244 Vernon Avenue property is a City-owned residential property that has been vacant for nearly 12 months. The two standing structures are being demolished and removed for future use of the property.
Orchard Street Rehabilitation Project
On June 20, 2016, City Council adopted the Fiscal Years 2016–2021 Capital Improvement Program (CIP), which included a project titled, Orchard Street Rehabilitation Project. Orchard Street will be completely resurfaced from Benson Avenue to Mills Avenue.
Over the years, City tree roots have caused uplifting of curbs, gutters, and sidewalks, creating tripping hazards and unsafe conditions for residents. As part of this project, several City trees will be removed and replaced. Proposed improvements include removal and replacement of damaged curb, gutter, and sidewalk; replacement of non–compliant Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) pedestrian ramps; grinding of existing asphalt concrete pavement; and new asphalt concrete pavement overlays.
At the April 20, 2017, Public Works Committee meeting, staff proposed alternative transportation improvements be considered for Orchard Street. The alternative transportation improvements consist of reducing the number of vehicle traffic lanes from two in both east and westbound directions of travel down to one lane of travel in each direction. The reduction of vehicle traffic lanes allows for construction of a new designated bicycle lane to both east– and westbound commuters. With the City of Ontario currently working on an alternative transportation route on G Street, bicycle commuters will eventually have a safe, Class 2–designated bicycle route from the City of Ontario, through the City of Montclair, to the City of Pomona and the City of Claremont.
Eastern Zone 3 Montclair Street Rehabilitation Project
The Zone 3 Eastern Montclair Street Rehabilitation Project consists of removal and replacement of damaged curb, gutter, and sidewalk; replacement of non-compliant Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) pedestrian ramps; grinding of existing asphalt concrete pavement; and new asphalt concrete pavement overlays.
The residential street limits are from San Bernardino Street on the north, Benson Avenue on the east, Orchard Street on the south, and Central Avenue on the west.
Human Services and Recreation Building Remodel Project Phase II
The Montclair Weight Room, located in the Human Services and Recreation Building, has become outdated and noncompliant with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) guidelines. The new improvements will expand the size of the fitness center to nearly three times its current size. Improvements include new flooring, lighting, windows, and electrical accommodations for modern ADA compliant exercise equipment. Other improvements include a new air conditioning unit and electrical service panel.
The source of funds for the Human Services and Recreation Building Remodel Project is Community Development Block Grant funds (CDBG).
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Reeder Citrus Ranch Structural Stability Project
The Reeder Citrus Ranch Structural Stability Project is intended to stabilize a historic wooden, two-story structure. Work includes leveling the existing bottom floor, construction of new foundations and footings, and the removal on an existing chimney.
Traffic Signal Improvement Project- Central Avenue and San Bernardino Street
Intersection improvements include new traffic signal equipment that will allow for protected left turn phasing in all four directions, replacement of non-compliant Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) pedestrian ramps, removal of existing asphalt concrete pavement markings, and the addition of new striping and notification signs.
Benson Avenue Block Wall Replacement Project
Work under this contract is intended to remove and replace part of an existing block wall at 9200 Benson Avenue in the City of Montclair. The purpose of this project is to construct a closure of two cul-de-sac streets that are accessible to pedestrians from Benson Avenue. The work generally includes the following types of work:
- Removal and replacement of PCC flat work
- Removal and replacement of block walls and footings
- Adding block to an existing wall
- Installation of temporary fencing
Northeast Montclair Street Rehabilitation Project Phase II
The Northeast Montclair Residential Street Resurfacing Project is intended to provide pavement rehabilitation throughout a portion of the City where Monte Vista Water District recently constructed water mainline and services upgrades. The project limits are from Caroline Street on the north, Rose Avenue on the west, Palo Verde Street on the south, and Vernon Avenue on the east.
Proposed improvements include removal and replacement of damaged curb, gutter, and sidewalk; replacement of non-compliant Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) pedestrian ramps; grinding of existing asphalt concrete pavement; and new asphalt concrete pavement.
Human Services/Recreation Building Improvement Project
The Human Services/Recreation Building Improvement Project will remodel the Men's and Women's locker rooms. The remodel is intended to improve ADA accessibility as well as refinish the aesthetics of the interior. Improvements include new flooring, showers, lockers, sinks, partitions and lighting. Other improvements include a new employee restroom, widening of one racquetball court door, a drinking fountain and a new reception counter.
Reeder Citrus Ranch Structural Stability Project
The Reeder Citrus Ranch Structural Stability Project is intended to secure foundations and structural integrity of an existing historic building located on Holt Boulevard. The property will require construction of new concrete foundations and footings; roofing; some carpentry; electrical work; and painting.