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Peyton Drive Construction - Phase 3

This Peyton Drive widening, Phase 3 project will result in the widening of Peyton drive between Eucalyptus Avenue and Chino Hills Parkway to two lanes in each direction with Carbon Canyon and English Channel improvements.  

Current Construction

Southern California Edison is currently working on power pole relocations. The transmission facilities relocation has been completed; however, distribution will continue through the end of February. 
           
Peyton Construction Project Launch Press Release - February 26, 2015

      Traffic Impacts
      Occasional lane closures will occur during this work.

      Peyton Drive Construction Webcam
           
     App for Webcam Available
     An App for iOS and Android smartphone users is available to view the
     webcam from your smartphone, iPad, or other tablet devices. The app is
     called OxBlue Camera Viewer.  Click on the pictures to the right for a link
     to the Apple App Store (iOS) or the GooglePlay store (Android). Once you
     have installed the app select open link and in the company/camera box
     type in cityofchinohills/
 Link to Pyeton Webcam

IOS App Store LinkAndroid Google Play Store Link
 
Project Description
This project includes the construction of a 14' x 9' double box culvert along English Channel, the extension of a 12' x 8' double box culvert for Carbon Canyon Channel, full width improvements on Peyton Drive consisting of curb and gutter, two lanes of asphalt in each direction, a landscaped center median, sidewalk, bike lane and street lights on each side of Peyton Drive, completion of street improvements for Eucalyptus Avenue consisting of curb and gutter, asphalt paving, sidewalk on either side and a multi-purpose trail along the Community Center nature park and modification of two traffic signals on Peyton Drive at Eucalyptus Avenue and Morningfield Drive.

Construction Timeframe
Construction is scheduled to begin on March 2, 2015 and continue for 12-15 months.

Project Point of Contact:
Steve Nix, City Engineer
Ph:  (909) 364-2766
E-mail 

Site Plan