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Montclair Continues to Beautify the City with Curb Repairs, Upgrading Traffic Signals and Cleaning Sidewalks

On June 20, 2016, the Montclair City Council adopted the Fiscal Years 2016-2021 Capital Improvement Program (CIP) that included the Central Avenue Rehabilitation Project.

The project includes median island enhancements; landscape; repair of curb, gutter and sidewalk; upgrading of traffic signal equipment; and resurfacing of the street. Project boundaries are from the southern City limits at Phillips Boulevard to the northern limits at the Pacific Electric Bicycle Trail, including northbound and southbound lanes.

Staff is reviewing bid proposals for the design of the project and expects to present a design contract to the Montclair City Council at the March 6, 2017, meeting.

The design is expected to take six to eight months with an anticipated construction date for late 2017 or early 2018. The estimated 7 million dollar project is completely funded by 2014 Lease Revenue Bond Proceeds.

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