Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) Projects                                        Revised October 2017


Project Number Stage Project Name and Description Expected Advertise Date
(Based on Calendar Year)
Supervisorial District
4-0-00345 4
Phase 2
HOMELAND LINE 1 STG 1
Project builds over two miles of Line 1 (along Briggs Road and Watson road) from the Briggs Road detention basin to Juniper Flats basin, and Juniper Flats basin.
Pending Notice
of Completion
3
4-0-0011 3 HEACOCK CHANNEL AKA SUNNYMEAD MDP LINE B STG 3
Stages 3 and 4 project design is led by March Joint Powers Authority (MJPA) in collaboration with the City of Moreno Valley, March Air Reserve Base, and the District. Heacock Channel runs along Heacock Street and extends from Cactus Avenue to Perris Valley Channel Lateral A.

The project will remove residential and commercial properties from the floodplain located east of the channel along Heacock Street between Delphinium Avenue and Krameria Avenue and will reduce flooding along Heacock Street. The project will collect water along Heacock Street and convey it in an open channel heading south and discharge into existing Perris Valley Channel Lateral A.
6/17/2014
5
5-0-0169 1 BANNING MDP LINE D-2 & D-2A
This District lead project is constructing over one mile of underground storm drain that will help collect the runoff from the local streets and reduce flooding at the intersection of Ramsey and Hargrave Streets. The system collects water west of the intersection of Hargrave Street and Indian School Lane and conveys it in an underground storm drain southerly along Hargrave Street collecting more surface runoff until it discharges into the existing Ramsey Street storm drain. The storm drain project is fully funded by the District, with a required 8-inch waterline relocation being funded by the City of Banning.
2/15/2017
5
1-0-0120 3 UNIVERSITY WASH
This project will extend the existing University Wash upstream of Spruce Street to the intersection of Massachusetts Avenue and Durahart Street. The storm drain alignment crosses what will eventually be an abandoned rail line but currently remains under Union Pacific Railroad ownership. Negotiations with the Railroad are moving favorably forward (but slowly). The project is expected to advertise in Summer 2016.
2/21/2017
1
2-8-00350 1 CORONA MDP LINE 52
An underground storm drain extending north from Third Street along E. Grand Boulevard then under the 91 Freeway to Temescal Creek Channel along Joy Street. Project will reduce flooding along Joy Street and Grand Boulevard. City of Corona to design and construct. District to fund both. (Per Cooperative Agreement City and District to share operations and maintenance). Project is currently anticipated to begin construction in June 2017.
8/14/2017
2
1-8-00071 4 MONROE MDP - MONROE CHANNEL
Cooperative project with the City of Riverside to replace end of life, City maintained, existing open channel with District maintained underground reinforced concrete box. District designed the project to contain 10-year storm capacity to reduce flooding along Monroe Street between California Avenue and Magnolia Avenue, and to accommodate future City funded enhancements to convert a portion of the channel alignment to a functional recreational paseo.
9/5/2017
1
7-0-00361 1 MEADOWVIEW STREAM RESTORATION
The District is collaborating with the Meadowview Homeowners Association (HOA) on this streambank restoration project. The project will reduce public and water quality hazards due to existing erosion by removing vertical cut banks and restoring the natural functions of the stream using primarily soft-armoring and vegetative techniques. The project begins at Del Rey Road and extends northwesterly for 1,200 feet in Temecula. The cooperative agreement with the HOA is being developed. The District intends to support with construction and re-shaping of the stream, and the HOA will obtain regulatory permits, implement all vegetative measures, and manage the site. The HOA has also received a grant from the Natural Resource Conservation Service, who is developing the preliminary plans. The cost shown is a placeholder until actual costs can be determined.
10/3/2017
3
2-0-00150 6 SOUTH NORCO CHANNEL & NORCO MDP LINES S-1 STG 1 & S-5 STG 1
This is a District led project that will reduce flooding and remove properties from the floodplain between Second and Fourth Streets east of Corona Circle. It is expected to benefit both local residences, traffic, as well as benefit Norco Intermediate School and Norco High School.

South Norco Channel, Stage 6 – This portion of the project will upgrade an existing interim dirt channel and replace it with 4,100 feet of soft bottom trapezoidal channel with concrete sideslopes. This system begins adjacent to Temescal Avenue at the Norco Intermediate School and conveys flows southerly past Norco High School where it begins to head westerly until it meets the existing improved channel at the intersection of Second Street and Corona Circle.

Norco MDP Line S-1 – This lateral will collect runoff along Third Street east of Temescal Avenue, in an underground storm drain roughly 2,300 feet long and discharge this water into South Norco Channel.

Norco MDP Line S-5 – This lateral will collect runoff along Hillside Avenue between Kingman Street and Hillside Lane and then convey it west within Hillside Lane, then southerly around Norco Intermediate School until it discharges into South Norco Channel.

Total project is approximately two miles in length. District is funding 100% of the design and construction with the exception of certain waterline relocations which the City will fund. A cooperative funding agreement is being processed.
1st Quarter
2018
2
6-0-0035 1 DESERT HOT SPRINGS MDP LINE E-5
This project will reduce flooding along 8th Street between Mesquite Avenue and West Drive. Approximately 3,700 lineal feet of underground storm drain will be constructed along 8th Street beginning at District's existing Line E channel near West Drive with upstream end near Mesquite Avenue. The project started as a City led project, however, the District is in the process of amending the cooperative agreement with the City of Desert Hot Springs to allow the District to take the lead to complete the design and construct the facility.
1st Quarter
2018
4
1-0-0234 1 JURUPA-PYRITE MDP LINE A-2
The District is the lead for this project that will provide interim drainage improvements at the end of Bellmore Street in Jurupa Valley. The improvements would collect flows at the end of Bellmore Street and convey them westerly under Agate Street to an existing outlet within street right of way. The project is being funded by the District.
2nd Quarter
2018
2
2-0-0144 1 NORTH NORCO CH LATERALS NC, NC-1, & N-2
District led project that will install an underground storm drain along Sixth Street, Valley View Avenue, and Detroit Street. This project will collect the 100-year flows to reduce flooding along these streets and convey them into North Norco Channel. The District is fully funding these Laterals.
2nd Quarter
2018
2
2-8-00145 3 NORCO MDP LINE NB
The District is lead for the project. The goal of the project is to replace the current interim dirt lined trapezoidal channel with a concrete facility with enough capacity to convey the 100-year flow rates. This will complete the Line NB system providing 100-year flood protection to the area and reducing erosion and associated maintenance costs. The project collects flows from previously constructed Stage 2 at Valley View Avenue and conveys these flows approximately 1,800 feet to the west before discharging into North Norco Channel between Sierra Avenue and Interstate 15. A portion of the project includes an armorflex lined invert that has 20% open area to allow for infiltration of low flows. This project is fully funded by the District.
2nd Quarter
2018
2
3-0-00020 1 LAKELAND VILLAGE-ADELFA CHANNEL
This project will be designed to capture storm flows at four locations near the hills located southwesterly of Lake Elsinore and convey safely through an underground facility to Lake Elsinore. District will design and construct the facility to eliminate approximately 40 acres of floodplain affecting residential and commercial properties and various streets within the Lakeland Village community. District is seeking additional Flood Hazard Mitigation grants from FEMA. Project Construction is anticipated in late 2018.
2nd Quarter
2018
1
4-8-00030 50 BAUTISTA CREEK CHANNEL (RECHARGE BASIN EXPANSION)
This project is a partnership between the District and Lake Hemet Municipal Water District (LHMWD) with both agencies contributing funding. This project will also receive funding from the Proposition 84 state grant administered by the California State Department of Water Resources. The goal of this project is to expand groundwater recharge within the area. There is currently an under-utilized 17.5 acres of open space located adjacent to Bautista Creek Channel; the project will divide the open space land into six (6) sub-basins. During wet weather, storm flows will be able to be diverted into these basins. During dry periods, surplus imported water will be piped into the new basins by LHMWD. Once constructed, LHMWD will be responsible for the ongoing operation and maintenance of the project.
2nd Quarter
2018
3
5-8-00177 1 BANNING MDP LINE H STG 1
This is a District led project that will reduce flooding along Hathaway Street between Barbour Street and Wesley Street. It will collect flows in Hathaway Street beginning at Barbour Street and convey them south in an underground storm drain within Hathaway Street, then east along Wesley Street until it discharges into Smith Creek. This project is funded by the District.
2nd Quarter
2018
5
6-8-00040 90 PALM CANYON WASH – CHERLEY CREEK LEVEE RESTORATION
The District is the lead of this restoration that will repair damage to the existing levee along Palm Canyon Wash from the corner of Murray Canyon Drive and Toledo Avenue downstream to where the wash crosses Palm Canyon Drive (Highway 111) in Palm Springs. Funding shown is based on construction cost. However, costs associated with regulatory permitting are unknown and could be significant.
2nd Quarter
2018
4
2-0-0110 90 EL CERRITO CHANNEL RESTORATION
This project, led by the District, consists of replacing a section of the existing undersized concrete trapezoidal channel with a concrete rectangular channel. The project aims to alleviate any flooding that might occur during a 100-year storm event as well as provide an additional two feet of freeboard and ultimately remap the FEMA floodplain. The portion of channel that will be replaced is the most downstream reach of the El Cerrito Channel system beginning at the intersection of El Cerrito Road and Ontario Avenue/Temescal Road and thence downstream past Minnesota Road where it ultimately discharges into Temescal Wash. The project will be fully funded by the District.
3rd Quarter
2018
2
2-0-00140 11 NORCO CHANNEL STAGE 11
District led project that will improve an existing channel to have 100-year flow capacity and significantly reduce the FEMA floodplain along the channel. It will convey flows from existing Line N-1 storm drain downstream to the existing confluence with Line NA. The project includes two infiltration basins to reduce pollutants in runoff collected from a total of 34 acres adjacent to the channel. The District is fully funding this project.
3rd Quarter
2018
2
6-0-0160 3 PALM SPRINGS MDP LINE 41
The District is currently the lead for this project but will enter into a cooperative agreement with the City of Palm Springs as well. The goal of this project is to provide 100-year event storm protection to the affected community and to revise the FEMA FIRM map by removing this community from the FEMA designated floodplain. Portions of this project are within a known Casey's June Beetle (CJB) habitat; this beetle is listed as an endangered species under the Endangered Species Act. The District is working closely with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the California Department of Fish and Wildlife to obtain permits necessary for the project. The proposed project is a system of underground storm drains and a detention basin. The project will collect flows from the mountains upstream of the system and safely convey them downstream and connect them to the existing Palm Springs Line 41, Stage 2 storm drain system.
3rd Quarter
2018
4
1-8-00045 90 WOODCREST DAM – OUTLET STRUCTURE MODIFICATION
The District is the lead for this project. The goal for this project is to construct several improvements to the facility to improve the safety and operation of the dam. The proposed improvements include a new grated inlet structure to reduce potential for clogging of the outlet works, rehabilitation of the existing outlet gate assembly and control stem, implementation of an automated gate control system, rehabilitation of the outlet pipe, restoration of the outlet channel, erosion controls on the embankment slope, and extending the existing cutoff wall at the spillway. Once completed, this project will serve as an example for performing similar upgrades to the remaining Riverside Reservoir Dams. This project is fully funded by the District.
4th Quarter
2018
1
4-0-0330 0 GREEN ACRES DAM AND OUTLET
This project is a partnership between the District and Lake Hemet Municipal Water District (LHMWD) with both agencies contributing funding. This project will also receive funding from the Proposition 84 state grant administered by the California State Department of Water Resources. The goal of this project is to expand groundwater recharge within the area. There is currently an under-utilized 17.5 acres of open space located adjacent to Bautista Creek Channel; the project will divide the open space land into six (6) sub-basins. During wet weather, storm flows will be able to be diverted into these basins. During dry periods, surplus imported water will be piped into the new basins by LHMWD. Once constructed, LHMWD will be responsible for the ongoing operation and maintenance of the project.
4th Quarter
2018
3
1-0-0073 3 MONROE MDP LINE E
Stages 2 and 3 have been combined into one City design-build project funded by the District. This project will reduce flooding along Gratton Street, Hermosa Drive, as well as Dufferin Avenue within the extents defined below for each stage.

The proposed system will be an underground storm drain that will collect stormwater along Hermosa Road and Gratton Street and convey it in an underground storm drain heading northwest along Gratton Street where it will discharge into existing underground Monroe MDP Line E storm drain at Lincoln Avenue. It includes Line E-2 along Hermosa Drive east of Gratton Street and Line E-5 along Dufferin Avenue east of Gratton Street.
1st Quarter
2019
1
2-0-0155 NORCO MDP LINE NA-1 & LATERAL NA-1A
District led project requested by the City of Norco. The goal of the project is to reduce flooding and mud/debris issues in the neighborhood surrounding Crestview Drive and Mt. Rushmore Drive. Line NA-1 will collect runoff from the La Sierra Hills along Crestview Drive in an underground pipe and convey them southerly within Crestview Drive to the District's existing Line NA-1 facility. Lateral NA-1A will collect runoff along Mt. Rushmore Drive in an underground pipe and convey the flows to the proposed Line NA-1 facility at the intersection of Mt. Rushmore Drive and Crestview Drive. The District is also evaluating the feasibility of additional project elements such as debris basins and a collector channel to protect the community from mud/debris. This project is funded by the District.
1st Quarter
2019
2
4-0-00431 1
Phase 3
ROMOLAND LINE A-3
This is a District led project that will help complete the backbone of the Romoland storm drainage system that will allow removal or significant reduction of the FEMA floodplains that are currently affecting property owners in the area. The project is approximately two miles in length and will collect water along Valera Lane and convey it in an open channel heading west and then it will collect water along Palomar Road in an underground storm drain heading south and discharge into the existing downstream open channel Romoland MDP Line A. The project is 100% funded by the District. The project has an executed cooperative agreement with the City of Menifee. The project also requires major relocations of Eastern Municipal Water District and Southern California Edison facilities. District will fund for those relocations under separate funding agreements.
2nd Quarter
2019
5
4-0-00614 2 SUNNYMEAD MDP LINE B-16A
District lead project in the city of Moreno Valley to reduce flooding problems along Kitching Street and the surrounding community. Line B-16A will collect runoff from Kalmia Avenue and convey it south along Kitching Street in an underground storm drain which discharges to an existing storm drain at Ironwood Avenue. Implementation of the project may also reduce erosion and sediment accumulation along Kitching Street. The District will design and construction the project, and the City will take over the maintenance after construction. District is funding the design and construction of the storm drain, and additional coordination with the City regarding right of way acquisition and street improvements are ongoing.
2nd Quarter
2019
5
4-0-0331 1 LAKEVIEW/NUEVO MDP LATERAL D-1
The project is being led by the District. The goal of the project is to provide an outlet for Lakeview Dam which could allow the removal of a 100-year FEMA floodplain downstream of the dam. It may additionally allow reduction of portions of an Ordinance 457 floodplain that is currently affecting Water Avenue. The project collects flow from Lakeview Dam, conveys it to an underground pipe west down Water Avenue, and discharges into existing Nuevo Channel at Yucca Avenue and 11th Street. This project is being funded by the District. Project not fully funded in CIP.
4th Quarter
2019
5
4-0-00365 1 SUNYYMEAD FLAMING ARROW SD (LINE M-11 EXTENSION)
This project will be a partnership between the District and the City of Moreno Valley. A cooperative agreement will establish the agency responsibilities. The budgeting premise is that the District will fund both design and construction. The goal of this project is to capture runoff that is flooding the properties along St. Christopher Lane. The project is a storm drain which will extend from Bay Street north and west to St. Christopher Lane.
1st Quarter
2020
5
5-0-00201 1 BEAUMONT MDP LINE 16 (AKA RECHARGE BASIN FEEDER)
District is leading this project in partnership with Beaumont Cherry Valley Water District (BCVWD) to design and construct an underground storm drain that will collect stormwater flows and deliver that water to BCVWD's existing recharge ponds. The project is partially funded by the District, BCVWD, and state grant money, and will be located along Grand Avenue, westerly from Winesap Avenue to the existing recharge ponds east of Beaumont High School.
1st Quarter
2020
5
1-8-00042 90 SYCAMORE DAM – OUTLET STRUCTURE MODIFICATIONS
The District is the lead for this project. The goal for this project is to construct several improvements to the facility to improve the safety and operation of the dam. The proposed improvements include the repair/reinforcement of the existing outlet channel, construction of a new debris rack structure, erosion controls on the embankment of the dam, construction of a safer access road into the facility, design for a safer routing of flood waters from the emergency spillway to Central Avenue, and the installation of a control section to measure outflow from the outlet pipe of the dam. Completion of this project is planned to follow the Woodcrest Dam Outlet Modification project. This project is fully funded by the District.
4th Quarter
2020
1
6-0-0036 1 PIERSON DAM
Developer led project proposed as part of the Tuscan Hills development (TR36774) processed through the City of Desert Hot Springs. The project involves the construction of regional drainage facilities that will provide flood protection to residences south of Pierson Boulevard. The project includes two debris basins that will connect via underground storm drain to a detention basin located near the intersection of Pierson Boulevard and Foxdale Drive. The debris basins will capture debris generated by the foothills northeast of the project site, and the detention basin is proposed to store and attenuate storm runoff. This is a high priority project for the City of Desert Hot Springs and will require a private-public partnership between the City, District, and Developer to bring the project to fruition. Developer will provide right of way and will design and construct the facilities. The budget allows the District to contribute funding for construction. A tri-party agreement will be executed to memorialize the specific roles.
2nd Quarter
2021
4