The Mission of the Capital Projects Division is to deliver a broad spectrum of quality public infrastructure projects safely, efficiently, and responsibly.
The Capital Projects Division is responsible for the compilation and implementation of the City's Capital Improvement Plan (CIP). Many capital improvement projects come under our purview including: construction of fire stations, city buildings, bridges, storm drains, traffic signals, bikeways, multi-use trails, freeway interchanges, and street improvements.
Street improvements include: roadway pavement, curb, gutter, sidewalk, pedestrian ramps, driveway approaches, medians, storm drains, street lights, and dry and wet utilities such as water pipelines, sewers, electrical, and telecommunication and cable conduits.
Through long range planning in an environmentally conscientious manner with full inter-governmental and public agency coordination, prudent real property acquisitions, diligent construction management and fiscally responsible contract management efforts, this division is dedicated to delivering projects which improve the quality of life, so that the residents of Moreno Valley can have a strong sense of pride in their City.
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There are no documents for public review at this time.
Capital Improvement Projects List and Map (updated quarterly)
- FYs 2021-23 Project Map (10/21)
- Project List (10/21)
- 5-Year Pavement Rehabilitation and Preservation Plan for Arterial and Collector Streets (01/21)
- 5-Year Pavement Rehabilitation and Preservation Plan for Local Streets (01/21)
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Current Fiscal Year Project Spotlight
Citywide Pavement Rehabilitation Program
This Pavement Rehabilitation program is ongoing as roadway maintenance remains a top priority for the City Council. Each fiscal year, pending program funding availability, this program will address basic road maintenance, rehabilitation, preservation, and critical safety needs for local and arterial streets citywide. Rehabilitation includes the removal and replacement of pavement surfaces as well as crack sealing and applications of slurry seal to extend the service life of the street pavement. Streets are selected based on existing pavement condition and traffic volume. Local streets are rehabbed in groups by proximity to ensure rehabilitation efficiency and cost effectiveness.
Current Fiscal Year Projects
- Guardrail Upgrades
- Indian Street / Cardinal Avenue Bridge (Over Lateral A)
- Juan Bautista de Anza Multi-Use Trail Project from the Moreno Valley Mall to Lake Perris State Park
- Moreno Master Drainage Plan Line F-18 and Line F-19
- Moreno Master Drainage Plan Storm Drain Line K-1 Stage 3 and Line K-4
- South Lasselle Street Safety Corridor
- SR-60 / Moreno Beach Drive (Phase 2)
- SR-60 / World Logistics Center Parkway Interchange
- Sunnymead – Flaming Arrow Drive Storm Drain (Line M-11 Extension)
- Sunnymead Master Drainage Plan – Storm Drain Line F and Line F-7
- Sunnymead Master Drainage Plan Line B-16A
Completed Project Highlights
- Alessandro Bl at Chagall Ct and Graham St
- Aqueduct Trail (Juan Bautista de Anza Multi-Use Trail) Study
- Bike Lane Improvements (12 Locations)
- Citywide Pavement Rehabilitation Program – FY 17/18 (Arterial Streets)
- Citywide Pavement Rehabilitation Program – FY 17/18 SB1 Funded Segments (Local Streets)
- Citywide Safe Routes to School Pedestrian Facility Improvements ATP Cycle 1 Project
- Community Enhancement Program
- Community Enhancement Program II
- Cottonwood Basin
- Cycle 7 ADA Pedestrian Access Ramps
- Eucalyptus Ave / Gentian Ave Bike Lanes
- Heacock St Channel Improvements
- Hubbard St Storm Drain
- Liberty Lane Improvements
- Pavement Management System Updates
- City Standard Engineering Plans
These documents outline uniform design standards for Moreno Valley construction. All chapters are provided in Adobe Acrobat (pdf) format.
- Capital Improvement Title Sheet:
Acrobat (pdf) format | AutoCAD (dwg) format (Right click on link, use "Save link as" option)
- Route 60 Corridor Master Plan for Aesthetics and Landscaping Moreno Valley City Limits (2.5 MB)
- Quality Assurance Program (QAP) (07/20)
- 2021/22 and 2022/23 Adopted Capital Improvement Plan (25 MB)
- 2019/20 and 2020/21 Adopted Capital Improvement Plan (27 MB)
- 2017-2018 & 2018-2019 Adopted Capital Improvement Plan (24 MB)
- 2016-2017 Adopted Capital Improvement Plan (25 MB)
- 2015-2016 Adopted Capital Improvement Plan (16 MB)
- 2014-2015 Adopted Capital Improvement Plan (12 MB)
- 2013-2014 Adopted Capital Improvement Plan (12 MB)
- 2012-2013 Adopted Capital Improvement Plan (13 MB)
- 2011-2012 Adopted Capital Improvement Plan (19 MB)
- 2010-2011 Adopted Capital Improvement Plan (23 MB)