Monrovia Renewal is the largest public works project in the City's history!
This exciting initiative is making citywide repairs to our water and sewer pipelines, water facilities, streets, sidewalks, curbs and gutters. These improvements are expected to take 4-5 years to complete and cost $51.7 million.
Keep up to date on the project, related field work, and construction starting Summer 2016 through 2020.
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Monrovia Renewal North Area Paving Operations Are Delayed
Monrovia Renewal construction activities are ongoing in the North Section Project area, which is the area of the City located to the North of and including Hillcrest Boulevard, Greystone Avenue and Grand Avenue. We thank the community for their patience as the construction progress continues to move through the largest section of Monrovia Renewal.
Paving operations have been delayed due to resource and equipment issues. Sully-Miller is working towards resuming paving activities as equipment becomes available. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Residents will be notified as soon as construction operations are scheduled to resume.
As with all sections of Monrovia Renewal Work, impacted residents will be notified at least 48 hours prior to any work taking place and any parking restrictions will be posted in the impacted work areas. Residents are advised to adhere to all notices received and posted parking restrictions. We appreciate your patience and support while we work to execute these improvements throughout our community! If you have any questions regarding Monrovia Renewal, please feel free to contact Public Works at (626) 932-5575 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Suspension of Street Sweeping Enforcement in North Section Construction Area of Monrovia Renewal Has Now Been Extended Through November
Just a reminder that as the construction activity continues in the Monrovia Renewal North area, the City has suspended enforcement of street sweeping parking restrictions. This action will, hopefully, alleviate the burden of the construction related parking restrictions and make it a little easier for residents to access their properties while construction is taking place.
While construction activity continues in this section, residents are advised to adhere to all posted construction parking signs! The suspension of enforcement applies only to street sweeping restrictions; all other parking and vehicle code sections will remain enforced. The suspension of citations related to street sweeping will be effective until November 29, 2019. We appreciate all of your patience with all of the impacts related to Monrovia Renewal. Should you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact our team at (626) 932-5575 or email@example.com.
Grinding and Paving Operations to Complete the South Section Scheduled to Take Place at the End of October!
While the majority of the Monrovia Renewal street improvements have been completed in the South Section, work is not yet underway on portions of Myrtle Avenue and Evergreen. Sully-Miller will be coordinating the paving of Evergreen (from Myrtle Avenue to Mountain Avenue) and Myrtle Avenue (south of Duarte Road). Paving and striping is scheduled to begin the week of October 28 and is anticipated to be completed in this area by the end of November.
A Note on Construction Schedules...
We are committed to providing you with timely updates on the project's progress and the construction scheduled to take place. Unfortunately, in construction, schedules frequently change at the last minute, due to weather conditions, crew availability, coordination with other agencies, and other unforeseen conditions. We strive to update when these changes occur, and we thank you for your flexibility in advance!
Sewer Cleaning and Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV)
As a part of our routine maintenance program and to facilitate the design of Monrovia Renewal repairs, all of the sewer lines in the City are being cleaned and inspected using Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) technology.
When National Plant Services is out in the field, they use a jetter (or cleaning truck) and a box truck containing the television equipment. The equipment is situated next to sewer manholes located in the road, and the crew takes about 30 minutes at each manhole location. The lines are first cleaned and then inspected utilizing the television equipment.
- Monrovia Renewal Frequently Asked Questions - Northwest and South Sections
- Find your street on the map to see what type of street improvements will be taking place.
- Handout: What is a Cape Seal?
Learn why some streets will have a temporary loose gravel layer prior to the top coat being added.
- Monrovia Renewal Community Resources Flyer North Section
Explore the Improvements Coming to Your Neighborhood!
To improve efficiency and shorten the construction time spent in each area, Monrovia has been divided into six segments. Construction will occur in each segment according to the timeline below:
- Southwest and Southeast - 2016 - 2017
- Northwest and South - 2017 - 2018
- North - 2018 - 2019
- Northeast - 2019 - 2020