Capital Improvement Projects

Capital Improvement Plan

The Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) is administered by the Public Works and Engineering Department for the development of various transportation, drainage, facilities, and parks projects. Department staff is responsible for management of CIP projects from initiation through final construction. The process generally includes:

  • Project scoping
  • Acquisition of professional services
  • Environmental and engineering design and studies
  • Right of way negotiation
  • Construction management
  • Environmental restoration
  • Project closeout

The City annually updates its Capital Improvement Plan, a 5-year outline of public projects it plans to construct in the near term future. Funding for these projects is provided by a variety of funding sources including development impact fees, transportation funds, grants, and reimbursement agreements which are restricted for the purposes for which they are budgeted. To talk with a staff member about these projects, call the Public Works Department at 951-461-6070.

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City Projects Under Construction

Clinton Keith Road & I-215 Interchange Landscaping (CIP 8303)

Installation of landscape and irrigation at the Clinton Keith Road and I-215 Interchange.

  • Cost: $2.4 million (estimated) for Construction
  • Status: Construction to commence December 2018 and be completed by September 2019

Murrieta Hot Springs Road & Jefferson Avenue Rehabilitation (CIP 8043)

Asphalt Overlay of Murrieta Hot Springs Road from Jefferson Avenue to Madison Avenue and Jefferson Avenue from Date Street to Cherry Street.

  • Cost: $490,000 for Construction
  • Status: Construction to commence October 2018 and be completed by November 2018

Pedestrian Safety Enhancement FY 2017/18 (CIP 13029)

This project serves to enhance pedestrian pathways by adding or upgrading sidewalks, crosswalks, and accessible curb ramps to comply with the American Disabilities Act (ADA). The project is funded utilizing Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds. The construction is located at various locations around Murrieta.

  • Cost: $440,000 for Construction
  • Status: Construction to commence October 2018 and be completed by December 2018