Capital Improvement Program (CIP)

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Capital Improvement Program
Fiscal Year 2017/2018 through 2021/2022

 

2016-03B North LQ Parkway Turf Conversion – La Quinta Acacia:

This project consists of the removal of existing turf, trees, and landscaping, that will be replaced with “Desert Efficient Landscape” on Miles Avenue between La Quinta Del Oro and North Harland Drive.

The project will require daytime closures of the adjacent right lane on Miles Avenue with intermittent right lane closures on Seeley Drive and North Harland Drive.

The project is anticipated to begin on Monday November 13, 2017 and end in mid to late March 2018 (or sooner if possible).

 

2014-12 & 2015-06 Point Happy Storm Drain Outlet and Roudel Lane Drainage Improvements:

This project consists of the modification of the existing storm drain outlet at Point Happy Plaza with the White Water River Channel (WWRC).

The project also consists of the installation of a Drywell and storm drain modifications at the intersection of Cortez Lane and Roudel Lane.

The project will require daytime (and possible nighttime) closures Roudel Lane at Cortez Lane.

Work will also occur in the WWRC directly behind the development.

The project is anticipated to begin on Monday November 13, 2017 and end on Tuesday December 19, 2017.

Work will begin in the channel on November 13, 2017 and continue through Wednesday November 22, 2017.

No work will occur on Thanksgiving (11/23 & 11/24).

Work will resume on Monday 11/27/17 on Roudel Lane, with drainage modifications anticipated to take approximately 1 week.

Work will then resume in the channel until the project is complete.

Notification to Residents

 

2012-07F PMP Phase 3 - City-Wide Striping:

This project will consist of the “re-striping” of existing Arterial Streets within the City of La Quinta.

The project also consists of “Road Diet” striping modifications of Blazing Star Trail in North La Quinta.

The project is anticipated to begin on Monday November 27, 2017 and end in mid-January 2018.

The majority of the work will occur at night to minimize the impact on traffic.