Storm Water Construction Program

On a priority basis, drainage improvements and repairs are made in locations that have experienced flooding or are beyond their useful life. Such work consists of replacing and upgrading various catch basins, storm inlets, drainage pipes and regarding streets to control surface drainage. Low Impact Development projects are funded by Measure M funds that were voter approved in 2012.

FY 2018

Drainage improvements for this fiscal year are:

  1. Bancroft Way/Bolivar Drive Intersection: Storm drain replacement and repaving of the intersection
  2. Cragmont Avenue/Regal Road Intersection: Storm drain inlet improvements
  3. Los Angeles Avenue/Oxford Street Intersection: Sinkhole repair.
  4. Park Hills Road/Muir Way area: Storm drain replacement.
  5. Woodside Road and Hillview Road: Storm drain replacement.

Low Impact Development (LID) projects for this fiscal year are:

  1. FY 2016 LID Project: Installation of a bio-swale at intersection of Rose Street and Hopkins Street, and a permeable paver bus pad on Shattuck Avenue, north of University Avenue.
  2. Woolsey Street LID Project, near the Ashby BART Station: Installation of underground peak flow capture device with settling and bio-swale treatment.
  3. Tenth Street and Parker Street LID Project: Installation of underground peak flow capture device with settling and bioswale treatment.