CIP Projects Currently Underway


Bastanchury Road Widening from Casa Loma Avenue to Eureka Avenue The Bastanchury Road Widening Project proposes to improve a segment of Bastanchury Road between Casa Loma Avenue and Eureka Avenue to enhance mobility and safety for drivers, bicyclists, and pedestrians within the project area. The project segment is currently a two-lane roadway. This improvement will add a second-thru lane in each direction, improve the vertical line of sight, and add traffic signal installations at the intersections of Bastanchury Road & Casa Loma Avenue, and Bastanchury Road & Eureka Avenue. In order to accommodate the change in the vertical line of sight, a new retaining wall and block wall structure will be required to be installed on the south side of Bastanchury Road. Other improvements include a new sidewalk on the north side of Bastanchury Road along with a reconstructed multipurpose trail and improved landscape elements on the south side.
The project improvements will bring this segment of Bastanchury Road in conformance with the City’s General Plan Circulation Element and will improve regional mobility. Work began Early 2023 and currently in Phase 1 - northside construction. While the work will be required to be done in phases, there will still be significant impacts to the traveling public. In order to accommodate the phasing activity of the work, expect temporary traffic control measures such as lane reductions, left-turn restrictions, and reduced speed limits thru the work zone. The project is anticipated to be completed in Spring 2024.

January 2023 through
Spring 2024
Ongoing Street Maintenance Program/APPP - Zone 5/6B  The Annual Pavement Preservation Project delivers slurry seal treatment, ADA improvements, and overlay of streets within the City's various maintenance zones to maintain our City's Pavement Condition Index (PCI) to be consistent with our Strategic Plan. The overlay portion, where applicable, focuses on street overlays and localized asphalt repairs to the poorer-rated sections of streets within the same maintenance zone. Upon completion of the slurry seal effort, this will complete the maintenance treatment for maintenance Zone 5 and portions of Zone 6 of the City (view the project map).
At the City of Yorba Linda, we pride ourselves on maintaining local roadway surfaces to exceptional standards. Due to the larger scope of the project, completion is not anticipated until January of 2024. Door hangers with additional information will be distributed to help minimize construction impacts on the public. During construction, be prepared for delays or to take alternative routes, watch for traffic or lane changes, proceed slowly, and be alert to workers and equipment in the roadway.

Summer 2023  through January 2024