CIP Projects Currently Underway
|Arroyo Way Improvement Project||The Arroyo Way improvement will involve the construction of a new connector roadway between Main Street and School Street. This link between the Historic Town Center District and the Town Center Commercial District will provide both vehicular and pedestrian access using paseo like features that will lend itself to that dual purpose.
Arroyo Way will be constructed with lighted bollards, street trees, and include the use of enhanced brick accents along the sidewalk and at the intersection with Main Street.
|Construction begins in early 2018|
|Town Center Public Streets and Parking Structure||The Town Center Public Parking Structure is well underway. The structural decks have been constructed and the focus is now on installing the exterior architectural elements and finishes along with utilities and finish work on the interior. Upon completion, the new parking structure will provide over 400 spaces contained in a four-level structure.
The public roadways that will provide circulation within the Town Center area include reconstruction of School Street and Valencia Avenue along with construction of the new east-west roadways, Arroyo Way and Town Center Drive. These roadways will be outfitted with decorative street lights and landscape enhancements.
These improvements are estimated to be complete around Fall 2018. There are additional street improvements called for in the Town Center Specific Plan which include Main Street, Olinda Street, and Lemon Drive; a schedule for these improvements will be provided in a future update.
|Annual Pavement Preservation Program||The City’s annual pavement preservation program will be underway in Summer 2018. The City is divided into 7 different zones and each year one zone will receive a maintenance treatment of slurry seal and/or asphalt repair as needed.
Slurry seal treatment process includes crack sealing and removal and replacement of distressed pavement. The slurry seal provides a layer of very fine aggregate and asphalt emulsion that extends the life of pavement.
The City’s proactive efforts to invest and maintain its arterial and residential roadways has been beneficial as the Pavement Condition Index (PCI) rating for Yorba Linda ranks high among Orange County cities. The City makes every effort to coordinate with utility company work and local area schools to avoid conflicts with this project implementation.
|Scheduled to begin in Summer 2018|