Construction Projects

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The City  is responsible for maintaining approximately 380 miles of streets, one of our largest infrastructure assets.  Every year a variety of street capital improvement projects are undertaken. In addition, the City maintains storm drains, water and wastewater pipelines, landscape medians and the Hill Canyon Wastewater Treatment Plant. 

All projects are prioritized in conformance with the City's General Plan, Federal/State mandates and local community standards. Construction projects that impact the community are posted on the City website and are routinely included in City Scene, the City's monthly newsletter. Those projects expected to impact the community are posted and updated on a regular basis. Below is a current list of City projects. 

Citywide Street Overlay and Resurfacing Program

The City is responsible for maintaining approximately 380 miles of streets, one of our largest infrastructure assets. Performing regular maintenance is critical to maintaining high performing roadways for our residents and businesses. 

Conejo School Road/Willow Lane Sidewalk and Bike Lanes Project

The City will be constructing new sidewalks, curb ramps and bicycle lanes along Conejo School Road and Willow Lane. Construction started in Spring 2021, and will be completed by Summer 2022. 

Emergency Water Interconnects

This project will provide for interconnection of the City’s and CalAm’s water systems at two different locations within the City.

Flashing Yellow Arrow Traffic Signals Project

The City is in the process of installing Flashing Yellow Arrow Traffic Signals at multiple intersections to improve traffic flow.

Groundwater Recovery Project 

The City is studying the feasibility of Groundwater within the Conejo Valley as an alternative to imported water for irrigation and potable use.

 Janss Road Underground Project 

As part of the Utility Undergrounding Master Plan, the utilities above-ground on Janss Road will be placed underground. 

La Granada Pump Station and Reservoir

The project includes the construction of a new pump station and discharge pipeline at the existing La Granada Reservoir site as well as rehabilitation of the existing La Granada Reservoir. 

Lawrence Dr. and Teller Rd. Intersection Improvements

As part of the City’s signal prioritization plan, and in support of the rapidly growing Rancho Conejo area, the City will be improving the intersection of Lawrence and Teller to feature a new traffic signal. 

Los Feliz Sidewalk Project Phase II

The proposed improvements include installing approximately 800 feet of sidewalk on both sides of Los Feliz Drive, between Conejo School Road and Thousand Oaks Boulevard. The project also includes concrete curb and gutter, driveway reconstruction and replacing 1550 feet of water main. 

Pressure Reducing Station Project

This project includes installation of water pressure reducing facilities at two locations.

Rancho Road Sidewalk and Bike Lanes Project

The City will be installing a sidewalk, curb ramps and re-striping bike lanes along Rancho Road. A traffic signal will also be installed at the 101 Freeway northbound on/off ramps to improve vehicular, pedestrian and bicycle safety.

SCADA Upgrades/Replacements

New SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) software, replacement of servers, work stations, and associated network equipment at the MSC; control system overhaul at remote sites; new HMIs and necessary instrumentation for improved monitoring and control. 

Solar Carport at Municipal Service Center

This project will consist of design and construction of a new solar carport structures to cover the bus and Dial-A-Ride parking areas at the City’s Municipal Service Center (MSC).

SR-23 Rehabilitation Project

A Caltrans project, the SR-23 Rehabilitation Project will replace pavement on the outer two lanes from U.S. 101 to State Route 118. The on- and off-ramps, connectors and adjacent shoulders also will be rehabilitated, and slabs will be replaced on the inner lane in both directions where needed. Existing curbs ramps will be upgraded where necessary to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and approach slabs and bridge rails will be replaced at select locations.

Trash Full Capture Device Installation

The works include the fabrication and installation of full capture trash control devices at 42 high-priority catch basins locations throughout the City (see Vicinity Map). Related work also includes pre-installation cleaning and disposal of waste such as debris, dirt, and residual metal scraps from selected catch basins.


The Public Works Department seeks to rehabilitate various wastewater lines and maintenance holes throughout the City with a non-invasive lining product. 

Valve and Polybutylene Service Replacements

The work includes complete replacement of existing valves, saddles, water meters boxes, polybutylene water services with copper tubing and installation of cathodic protections, replacement of ¾” copper service line, traffic control, and all appurtenant work to complete the project.

Recently Completed Projects