In mid July of 2018, San Dimas Avenue from Via Verde Avenue to Puddingstone Drive and Puente Avenue from Via Palomares to Via Verde Avenue will undergo much needed pavement rehabilitation.  The project will repair over 400,000 SF of pavement.  These streets are critical corridors for the City’s residents and unfortunately due to the extent of the work, there will be unavoidable traffic delays during the project.  While San Dimas Avenue and Puente Avenue will remain open to traffic during construction, the speed limit will be greatly reduced in the construction area.

The project will make use of environmentally friendly construction processes to lessen its carbon footprint.  The top two inches of pavement will consist of asphalt concrete that has ground up recycled tires mixed into the pavement.   This mixture not only diverts tires from placement in landfills, but the rubber extends the life of the pavement as well as reduces road noise. 

As the date of the project nears, residents can find out more information on this page.  Residents can also contact the Department of Public Works at (909) 394-6240 for any questions.  The contractor will post changeable message signs immediately prior to construction and use the signs to post updates throughout the duration of the construction.    



Starting in mid July of 2018, Juanita Et Al Street Improvement Project is a pavement preservation project for removal and replacement of asphalt concrete on eight city streets that were showing excessive wear. This project consists of asphalt pavement repairs and miscellaneous concrete repairs on Juanita Avenue from Walnut Avenue to San Dimas Canyon Road, Delancey Avenue from Juanita Avenue to Payson Street, Basillo Avenue, Balboa Court, Coronado Street, Marcos Avenue, Portola Street, and Mateo Avenue. This project incorporates a rubberized asphalt mix that will provide quieter longer lasting pavement that is more resistant to cracking.

The construction contract includes approximately 280,000 square feet of pavement repairs requiring approximately 4,000 tons of asphalt. There are also 20 ADA curb ramps to be removed and replaced to bring them to current ADA code standards along with minor sidewalk, curb and gutter repairs. Project restriping will update eight crosswalks to continental style which will enhance public safety. The construction project also includes repaving two parking lots for Marchant Park.  This includes the reconstruction of existing drive approaches to meet ADA compliance, as well as construction of a van accessible concrete ADA stall.