Public Works

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Capital Improvement Plan
The City of Grand Terrace has a Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) to identify, prioritize, and assign funding to major capital expenditures. The CIP was approved by City Council on November 15, 2016, and we are pleased to release the Capital Improvement Plan for the next four years. For more information, please follow the link here.

Planning, Building & Safety And Engineering Fees
For a list of Planning, Building & Safety and Engineering Fees, follow the link here.

Encroachment Permit Application

Street Sweeping
The City of Grand Terrace contracts with Clean Street for services. The Street Sweeping Zone Map details the zone your address is located. The street sweeping dates are the first, second and third Thursday of the month depending on your zone. Report a sweeping issue here or contact Public Works Department with questions at (909) 824-6621 option 8.

All residential and commercial zones are swept monthly. Barton Road and Mt. Vernon Avenue are swept weekly. Please do not park on the street from 6:00 am - 3:00 pm on your regular service day.

Reporting Hazards in the Public Right-of-Way
The City of Grand Terrace maintains over 1,500 street signs, directional arrows, and markers. To report a missing, damaged, or sign with graffiti, please contact our offices at 909-824-6621 ext. 218 or visit the link here.

Mount Vernon Slope Notification 9-19-2018The Public Works Division provides technical engineering related administration, review and support to its customer base. All street construction, drainage, traffic signal and street lighting plans are checked by staff to assure compliance with adopted standards and specifications.

The planning, development, design and implementation of various capital improvements projects are handled by this department. Technical advice is also provided to other City departments regarding engineering matters, capital improvements planning and construction.


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Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP)

In November 2016, the City of Grand Terrace was awarded the HSIP Grant from Caltrans. The HSIP Grant will fund safety improvements at major intersections on Mt. Vernon Avenue. The total value of the grant is $435,700.

Environmental Document

Project Description:

Project area includes the Mt. Vernon Avenue corridor from Canal Street/Grand Terrace

Road to Pico Street with an emphasis on the following intersections:

• Mt. Vernon Avenue and Canal Street/Grand Terrace Road
• Mt. Vernon Avenue and Barton Road
• Mt. Vernon Avenue and De Berry Street
• Mt. Vernon Avenue and Van Buren Street
• Mt. Vernon Avenue and Pico Street

The proposed improvements include the installation of radar speed feedback signage along the stretch of Mt. Vernon Avenue between Canal Street/Grand Terrace Road and Pico Street, street and pedestrian crossing pavement marking improvements at Grand Terrace Road, De Berry Street, and Pico Street, and enhanced street lighting along selected segments of Mt. Vernon Avenue.

Based on a cumulative analysis of collisions and the City’s evaluation of high priority corridors for safety improvement needs, the City staff recommends the installation of three countermeasures along Mt. Vernon Avenue to achieve significant safety reductions along this corridor: 1) Installation of radar speed feedback signs, 2) Improvements to roadway and crosswalk pavement markings along impacted intersections and approaches, and 3) Installation of street lighting at strategic locations where roadway and intersection visibility is poor.

No vegetation is expected to be removed to make the project improvements. Any digging will comply with the required standards for footing placement of segment lighting and signs. Street lights and signs are expected to be solar powered thus reducing if not eliminating the need to dig for hard wiring.

HSIP Project MapMAP 1 - City of Grand Terrace: Mt. Vernon Avenue and Canal StreetMAP 2 - City of Grand Terrace: Mt. Vernon Avenue and Barton RoadMAP 3 - City of Grand Terrace: Mt. Vernon Avenue and De Berry StreetMAP 4 - City of Grand Terrace: Mt. Vernon Avenue and Van Burden StreetMAP 5 - City of Grand Terrace: Mt. Vernon Avenue and Pico Street
09-20-19 notice page 1

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09-20-19 notice page 3

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT

NOTICE INVITING BIDS
(TRAFFIC SIGNAL MAINTENANCE AND ON-CALL EMERGENCY SERVICES)

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City Clerk, on behalf of and as authorized by the City Council of the City of Grand Terrace (hereinafter referred to as the "City"), will receive sealed bids at 22795 Barton Road Grand Terrace, California, 92313 in care of the City Clerk, until 11:00 a.m. on Friday, April 29, 2022 for traffic signal maintenance and on-call emergency services within the City of Grand Terrace designated as:

TRAFFIC SIGNAL MAINTENANCE AND
ON-CALL EMERGENCY SERVICES
BID NO. 22-02

A pre-bid conference will not be held for this project.
At the time designated for receiving sealed bids on said Project, the bids will be publicly opened, examined and read aloud.
All bids must be in writing, must be sealed in an opaque envelope, and addressed to the City, c/o City Clerk, and delivered or mailed to the City at 22795 Barton Road Grand Terrace, California 92313 in care of the City Clerk. The envelope shall be plainly marked in the upper left-hand corner as follows:

ATTENTION: CITY OF GRAND TERRACE c/o CITY CLERK
(BIDDER'S NAME AND ADDRESS)
BID FOR: TRAFFIC SIGNAL MAINTENANCE AND ON-CALL EMERGENCY SERVICES

Contractor must have Class A or C10 Electrical Contractor License
Engineer’s Estimate: $20,000 annually

Any bid received after the hour stated above for any reason whatsoever, will not be considered for any purpose but will be returned, unopened, to the bidder.
This project involves traffic signal maintenance and on-call emergency services throughout the City of Grand Terrace.
The work shall be done under the supervision of the Director of Public Works / City Engineer and no work or portion of the work shall be paid for until it is approved for payment by the Director of Public Works / City Engineer, but this shall not prevent approval of and payment for completed portions of the work as it progresses, payment acceptance of these portions or of the completed project.

Each bidder must submit a proposal to the City, c/o City Clerk, on standard forms provided in the bid package. Said proposal is to be accompanied by a cash deposit, a certified or cashier’s check, or a bid bond, made payable to the City, in an amount not less than 10 percent of the total bid submitted. Said cash deposit or check shall be forfeited or said bond shall become payable in the event the bidder depositing the same does not within ten (10) calendar days after written notice execute the Contract.
The successful bidder will be required to furnish with the Contract a Faithful Performance Bond in the amount of 100 percent of the Contract price, and a Payment Bond in the amount of 100 percent of the Contract price. The successful bidder will also be required to furnish certificates of insurance evidencing that all insurance coverage as required by the Specification has been so secured.

The Contractor may, at Contractor’s sole cost and expense, substitute securities equivalent to any monies withheld by the City to insure performance under the Contract. Such securities shall be deposited with the City, or a state federally chartered bank as escrow agent, who shall pay such monies to the Contractor upon satisfactory completion of the Contract. Such securities, if deposited by the Contractor, will be valued by the City, whose decision on valuation of the securities shall be final. The Contractor shall be the beneficial owner of any securities substituted for monies withheld and shall receive any accrued interest thereon. Securities eligible for investment shall include those listed in Government Code Section 16430 and Government Code Section 4590. No such substitution shall be accepted until the escrow agreement, letter of credit, form of security and any other document related to said substitution is reviewed and found acceptable by the City’s attorney. The City reserves the right to waive any informalities or irregularities or to reject any or all bids, or any portions of any bid, or to reject and then negotiate the amount and/or terms of any bid with any bidder, and to be the sole judge of the merits of the respective bids received. The award of Contract, if made, will be on the basis of the lowest cost to the City to a responsible bidder whose proposal complies with all the prescribed requirements.
No bidder may withdraw his bid for a period of thirty (30) days after the bid opening.

Contract Documents, including the Plans and Specifications, may be examined at the City of Grand Terrace Public Works Department located at 22795 Barton Road, Grand Terrace, CA 92313 or may be obtained by email request to Shanita Tillman, Management Analyst, at [email protected]
Any questions regarding the bid documents should be directed via e-mail to the Management Analyst, Shanita Tillman. [email protected].
The successful bidder will be required to pay not less than the prevailing wage scale, determined by the Director of the California Department of Industrial Relations, copies of which scale are on file in the office of the City Clerk and the office of the Director of Public Works / City Engineer, and which shall be made available to any interested party upon request.

Effective January 1, 2015, in order to be awarded and to perform work on public works projects, prime contractors and subcontractors must possess and maintain registration with the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) at https://efiling.dir.ca.gov/PWCR. This is a separate requirement from the Contractors State License Board (CSLB) licensing requirement. See the Special Provisions for additional details.

The Contractor shall execute the Contract and shall secure all insurance and bonds required within ten (10) calendar days after the Contractor has been notified in writing of the award of the Contract.

Payments will be made in cash to the Contractor in accordance with the provisions of the Specifications and on itemized estimates duly certified and approved by the Director of Public Works / City Engineer submitted in accordance therewith, based on labor and materials incorporated into said work during the preceding month by the Contractor.

NIB for Traffic Signal Maintenance and On Call Services 2022-signed.pdf

Bid Addendum #1 for Traffic Signal Maintenance 4-22-22.pdf

Roundabouts

A roundabout is an intersection where traffic travels around a central island in a counter-clockwise direction. Roundabouts do not have bicycle lanes, so traffic must share the road. Vehicles or bicycles entering or exiting the roundabout must yield to all traffic including pedestrians:

When you approach a roundabout:

  • Cars in the left lane have the right-of-way. 

  • Slow down as you  approach the  roundabout.

  • Yield to pedestrians and bicyclists crossing the roadway.

  • Watch for signs and/or pavement markings that guide you or prohibit certain movements.

  • Enter the roundabout (heading to the right) when there is a big enough gap in traffic to merge safely.

  • Travel in a counter-clockwise direction. Do not stop or pass.

  • Signal when you change lanes or exit the roundabout.

  • If you miss your exit, continue around until you return to your exit. For roundabouts with multiple lanes, choose your entry or exit lane based on your destination as shown in the graphic. For example, to:

    • Turn right at the intersection (blue car), choose the right-hand lane and exit in the right-hand lane.

    • Go straight through the intersection (red car), choose either lane, and exit in the lane you entered.

    • Turn left (yellow car), choose the left lane, and exit.

Contact

Contact Information

Kamran Dadbeh
Interim City Engineer
Email

22795 Barton Road
Grand Terrace, CA 92313
Ph: (909) 824-6621, Ext. 251
Fax: (909) 824-6624

Hours
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.