Other Construction

Water & Sewer Projects

  • 1,2,3-Trichloropropane (1,2,3-TCP) Removal Treatment Plant (IS/MND)
    • This project includes the installation of Granular Active Carbon (GAC) treatment vessels in a tandem series train for the removal of 1,2,3-TCP from the City's groundwater supply prior to sending the domestic water to the distribution system.  
    • A Notice of Intent to Adopt a Mitigated Negative Declaration can be viewed under the following Public Notice.  The GAC treatment system is designed to remove 1,2,3-TCP that is currently found in several City of Chino Hills wells at rates above the maximum containment level (MCL) set by the California State Water Resources Control Board adopted Resolution No. 2017-0042.  
    • An Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration was completed in accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) (Public Resources Code Section 21000-21177) and pursuant to Section 15063 of Title 14 of the California Code of Regulations (CCR).  The Initial Study was undertaken for the purpose of deciding whether the "project" may have a significant effect on the environment.

Public Facility Projects

  • Gateway Monument on Chino Hills Parkway
    • Entry monument within the median on Chino Hills Parkway just east of Market Place and west of State Route 71. The cost estimate for this project is $80,000, and the estimated completion is fall 2021, subject to Caltrans approval.

Street Projects

  • Backplate Signal Improvement 
    • The City received a Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) grant that will be used to remove existing backplates on traffic signals and replace them with backplates that have a 2-inch yellow reflectorized border. Construction is anticipated to take place in spring 2022. The project locations are listed below:
      • Butterfield Ranch Road and Pine Avenue
      • Butterfield Ranch Road and Brookwood Lane
      • Chino Hills Parkway and Walnut Creek Drive
      • Chino Hills Parkway and Eucalyptus Avenue 
      • Peyton Drive and Rock Springs Drive
      • Peyton Drive and Beverly Glen Road
      • Soquel Canyon Parkway and Butterfield Ranch Road
      • Soquel Canyon Parkway and Pomona Rincon Road
      • Soquel Canyon Parkway and Pinehurst Drive
  • Soquel Canyon Parkway - Phase II Pavement Rehabilitation 
    • Phase I focused on work within City-owned road right-of-way from Pipeline Avenue to Pomona-Rincon Road. It was completed in March 2020. Phase II focuses on work within City and Caltrans-owned road right-of-way located from Bristol Lane/Pomona Rincon Road to the City Boundary at the Chino Creek. Proposed work includes AC overlay, crack sealing, pavement removal and repairs, reconfiguration of the traffic signal at the intersection with Fairfield Ranch Road to video detection, and slurry seal application. The cost estimate is $2,500,000, and the plans and specifications are currently being reviewed by Caltrans.

*Projects are weather permitting, and time estimates are subject to change.