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All storm drain structures are complete except Christmas Canyon. Construction currently focusing on Slope work and earth grading Storm Water Management Plans were reviewed and implemented completely Upcoming scope: installation of retaining walls, Christmas Canyon Earthwork More Information

The Department of Public Works – Special Districts provides the following update since the September Website update: Construction is currently focusing on earthwork and storm drainsConstruction Change Directive has been issued to address the extra Christmas Canyon earthworkEnvironmental monitoring program continue and reduced from weekly to daily after due to

The Department of Public Works – Special Districts provides the following as a summary update since the July update: Construction is currently focusing on slopes grading and concrete work for the new storm drainsBiological Monitoring Program continue without noticing any activity that could impact the construction workCounty and contractor continue

The department of Public Works – Special Districts provides the following as a June summary update since the April 1, 2021 Town Hall Meeting Update.

The Department of Public Works – Special Districts provides the following as a summary update since the January 12 website update: County received bids for Snowdrop Road construction on February 16, 2021. Lowest responsible bid received at $3,612,491.87 from Trinity ConstructionRegional Water Quality Control Board Permit received on February 18,

The Department of Public Works – Special Districts provides the following as a summary update since the August 2020 presentation: An Addendum was prepared to the Environmental Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration which was approved by San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors on November 17, 2020. A revised Notice of Determination

Project Status The Snowdrop Road Project (Project) was initially approved by the Board of Supervisors to advertise for competitive bids on May 21, 2019. As previously mentioned, shortly after the release of the bid documents, new design conflicts were identified. After consulting with department management and legal counsel, it was

Project Bidding The Snowdrop Road project was approved by the Board of Supervisors to advertise for competitive bids on May 21, 2019. Following approval of the item, the Department released the bid documents through the County’s eProcurement system on May 28, 2019. Shortly after the release of the bid documents,

Refining the 95% Road Design to Seek Bids Road design has reached 95% completion Finalizing Design and Agency Coordination the project engineer, Albert A. Webb and Associates (Webb). After receiving input from other County Departments, the Rancho Cucamonga Fire Protection District, and an independent engineer, the plans and specifications have