Capital Improvement Projects (CIP)

The Capital Improvement Division (CIP) administers the City's Five-Year Capital Improvement Program, which consists of projects for the construction of City facilities, roads, traffic signals, parks, and community centers.  The primary sources of funding for the CIP are Developer Impact Fees (DIF), Measure A, General Fund, and grants from various sources, including local, state, and federal agencies.

The CIP Division is responsible for the project planning, environmental documentation, design, and property acquisition, for streets, bridges, facilities, and park projects.  The Division also manages the bidding process for Capital Improvement Projects, as well as construction inspection duties.  All functions are done in coordination with various agencies, including utility companies, other departments with the City, Caltrans, and other governmental agencies.

Looking for the current CIP Budget?  Visit http://temeculaca.gov/budget
  1. CIRCULATION PROJECTS
  2. INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS 
  3. PARKS AND RECREATION PROJECTS

Butterfield Stage Road Extension - Phase III, PW15-11

Description:  Widening of Butterfield Stage Road from La Serena Way to Rancho California Road, which includes widening of Rancho California Road to four lanes through the intersection of Butterfield Stage Road (Riverside County is a partner on this major circulation project).
Cost:  $6,253,500
Status:  Anticipate bidding this project in winter 2018.
 

Butterfield Stage Road at La Serena Way - Traffic Signal Installation, PW15-11TS

Description:  Traffic signal installation at the intersection of Butterfield Stage Road at La Serena Way.
Cost:  $315,000
Status:  Construction is near completion.  Anticipate installation of traffic signal poles in November 2017.
    
  
   

French Valley Parkway / Interstate 15 Over-Crossing and Interchange Improvements - Phase II, PW16-01

Description:  Design and construction of the two lane northbound collector/distributer road system beginning north of the Winchester Road interchange on-ramps and ending just north of the Interstate 15/Interstate 215 junction with connection to Interstate 15 and Interstate 215.
Cost:  $84,704,401
Status:  Currently in design phase.  Work has begun on the environmental re-evaluation.  Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC) has recommended reprogramming of State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) Funds.  
   


Interstate 15 / State Route 79 South Ultimate Interchange, PW04-08


Description:  Construction of ramp system that will improve access to Interstate 15 from Temecula Parkway / State Route 79 South.
Cost:  $50,646,479 

Status: 
Construction is underway.  More detail can be found on the project website:  www.1579South.info
  

Murrieta Creek Bridge at Overland Drive, PW16-05

Description:  Design and construction of a new bridge crossing over Murrieta Creek between Rancho California Road and Winchester Road.
Cost:  $11,784,550
Status:  The City applied and was approved to receive Federal Highway Bridge Program (HBP) funds.  Anticipate receiving authorization to proceed with the design from Caltrans in fall 2017.

 


Overland Drive Extension (Commerce Center Drive to West of Enterprise Circle), PW16-06

Description:  Construction of the extension of Overland Drive from Commerce Center Drive to Enterprise Circle West.
Cost:  $8,423,347
Status:  Construction Contract was awarded to Kaveh Engineering & Construction, Inc. at the September 5, 2017 City Council Meeting.  Anticipate construction will begin on November 13, 2017.

        

Pavement Rehabilitation Program - Margarita Road (Rancho California Road to Temecula Parkway), PW12-11

Description:  Rehabilitation of Margarita Road from Rancho California Road to Temecula Parkway.
Cost:  $3,500,000
Status:  Paving is complete.  Final installation of striping and loops was complete in mid-October 2017.

    


Pavement Rehabilitation Program - Pavement Management Program Update, PW17-02

Description:  Review of all public roadways within the City, evaluating and updating existing Pavement Management Program software.
Cost:  $275,000
Status:  On June 13, 2017, City Council approved an Agreement with IMS Infrastructure Management Services, LLC.  Evaluation of City streets and compilation of data are ongoing.

    


Pavement Rehabilitation Program - Residential Slurry Seal, PW17-03

Description:  Pavement rehabilitation of various neighborhoods including, Harveston, Avendale/Barclay Estates, Woodcrest Country, The Villages, Ridgeview, Promenade Mall at Temecula, Costain Signet, Rancho Del Sol, Rancho Solana, Verano, Crowne Hill, and Wolf Creek, and the Industrial Area - Westside Business Park Dr. (four commercial streets in the northwest section of the City), and Wolf Creek.
Cost:  $2,300,000
Status:   Construction began on May 30, 2017 and is anticipated to be complete in October 2017.

  


Pavement Rehabilitation Program - Winchester Road (Jefferson Avenue to Ynez Road), PW10-13

Description:  Pavement rehabilitation as recommended in the Pavement Management System.
Cost:  $1,529,975
Status:   On August 8, 2017, City Council awarded a construction contract to RJ Noble Company, Inc.  Construction anticipated to begin in January 2018.

    


Pechanga Parkway Widening, PW15-14

Description:  Widening of Pechanga Parkway between Via Gilberto and North Casino Drive.
Cost:  $5,000,000
Status:  Anticipate bidding this project in fall 2017.  Anticipate construction will begin in the first quarter of 2018.
 
  

Traffic Signal Installation - Redhawk Parkway/Vail Ranch Parkway at El Chimisal Road/Tehachapi Pass, PW15-09

Description: 
Installation of a new traffic signal at the intersection of Redhawk Parkway/Vail Ranch Parkway at El Chimisal/Tehachapi Pass.
Cost:  $295,000
Status:  City Council approved the Plans and Specifications, and authorized the solicitation of constructions bids at the September 5, 2017 City Council meeting.  Anticipate bidding this project in November 2017.
        


 

Ynez Road Improvements, PW17-17


Description:
  Widening Ynez Road from Rancho Vista Road to La Paz Street to two lanes in each direction, and completion of missing segments of curb & gutter, sidewalk, and landscaped medians.
Cost:  $3,380,277
Status:  Initiating planning and design.