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Lake Drive along the crest of the dam is scheduled to reopen to motorists on April 26, following the Breakfast with your Supervisor and Lake Gregory Dam Completion Ceremony. Drivers will notice that the rehabilitation of the dam has allowed the road to widen to approximately 46 feet across which

View of the rehabilitated Lake Gregory Dam We are happy to announce that the rehabilitation of the Lake Gregory Dam buttress is now complete. To ensure that the dam meets seismic safety standards, a 40-foot-wide earthen buttress has been added to the downstream side. Residents will notice that the dam,

Looking Ahead to 90% Road Design The project engineer, Albert A. Webb and Associates (Webb), has been working diligently in the last few weeks to incorporate design comments received from District staff, the Rancho Cucamonga Fire Protection District, and other County departments. The District expects to receive the 90% plan

Work on the Lake Gregory Dam buttress started back up on February 25, 2019. Due to the recent heavy snow and rain conditions, work on the Lake Gregory Dam was temporarily halted. “Thanks to the hard work and foresight of the crew, primary work on the Lake Gregory Dam Improvement

Caltrans will be working to clear a rockslide on The Narrows portion of Highway 18 on January 30. Highway 18 will be closed in both directions to all motorists between the Highway 138 interchange to Crest Forest Drive while work is underway from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Due to the road

Road Design Plans Nearing 80% Complete In late December, property owners in the Snowdrop Road area are likely to have seen geotechnical boring equipment working near historic washout areas of the road. Several borings were taken to determine the soil characteristics of the road where undocumented fill was previous used

Road Design The original 2014 road design plans were constructed using a 2004 aerial topographic survey. A new survey was needed to identify changes in the land that could require a plan alteration. That survey has been completed, and currently, the design plans are being altered as needed to match

Tuesday, March 13th, 2018, the Board of Supervisors adopted resolution 2018-20 providing for the formation of Assessment District No. 2018-1(AD 2018-1).  This district will provide various road improvements to the community in the Snowdrop Road area located just north of the City of Rancho Cucamonga.