Projects completed within the last 12 months are included in this section. Older project information is available under the Projects Completed over one year ago tab or by contacting the Engineering & Transportation Department at (510) 577-3428. ___________________________________________________________________________________________
| ADA Transition Plan 2014-15
In October 2010, the City adopted an ADA Transition Plan with a commitment of $150,000 per annum over a fifteen year period. This transition work is focused on City-owned buildings, parks and recreation facilities. Various facilities were grouped together and programmed into a fifteen year schedule. This project focused on outdoor aspects such as ADA parking spaces, path of travel, and curb ramps identified in the Plan located at City Hall, Marina Park, the Marina Community Center, and the Main Library.
This project was completed summer 2016.
The project is funded with a portion of the City’s annual Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) received from the Federal government as well as with General Funds.
| Siempre Verde Park Rehabilitation
In 2010, a conceptual plan was developed for the reconstruction of Siempre Verde Park from comments and concerns gathered from the surrounding community. Construction-ready plans and specifications were developed during the first half of 2015 based on this conceptual plan.
Features of the future Siempre Verde Park include two new play structures, a swings area, two picnic areas with barbeques, a new restroom, exercise stations, two basketball half-courts, ping pong tables, a quiet garden, and a games table area.
New trees and drought-resistant flora was planted throughout the park. Improvements also include a pedestrian pathway that will encircle the main lawn area, which will be smaller than the existing lawn. The lawn now has gentle mounding around its perimeter and is large enough for casual outdoor play, but not for organized sports involving numerous people.
Construction was completed fall 2016.
Funding for this project was provided by a grant from the California Department of Housing and Community Development, Park Development Fees, and General Funds (Measure HH).
| Sanitary Sewer Line Replacement/Repair 2012-13
This project rehabilitated or replaced City sewer mains, manholes or other aspects of the sewage collection system identified by video inspections to be defective or in need of repair. This is part of the City’s policy to identify locations in need of repair before they become more urgent issues.
Construction was completed fall 2016.
This project is funded by Water Pollution Control Plant Enterprise funds.
| Annual Street Sealing 2015-2016
San Leandro City streets are organized into four asphalt concrete (AC) maintenance areas. This 2016 project applied preventative surface maintenance treatments to these streets in north east quadrant of the City.
Streets in the subject quadrant are evaluated on their condition and selected for the appropriate surface treatment. Treatments included slurry seal, asphalt rubber chip cape seal or micro-surfacing
Construction on this project was completed in December 2016.
This project was also made possible with Gas Tax and Measure B funds as well as a grant for use of rubberized chip sealing from CalRecycle.
Measure B funds are administered by the Alameda County Transportation Commission (Alameda CTC). Information regarding this and other regional 'Measure B' funded projects can be found on Alameda CTC's website at http://www.alamedactc.org. Additional funding is also provided through the California Motor Vehicle Registration Fee Program Motor Vehicle Registration Fee Program.
Main Library Carpet Replacement Project
This project will replace the carpet throughout the Main Library and install new vinyl flooring in the Karp and Estudillo public meeting rooms.
Construction is now complete and the Main Library reopened on Monday, January 23, 2017.
This project is funded by City of San Leandro Capital Improvement Project Funds.
San Leandro Boulevard Rehabilitation
This project will restore the pavement on San Leandro Boulevard between Williams Street and Hudson Lane. The top layer of asphalt pavement will be replaced with new asphalt paving. Curb ramps will be upgraded along the project street segments to meet current Americans with Disabilities Act standards. Construction was completed in spring 2016.
Funding for this project is provided through: