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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

Plant Form: Tree Water Use: Low Mature Size: 20 – 30 ft. tall x 15 – 25 ft. wide Exposure: Full sun, part sun Bloom Time: Spring (March – May) Hardiness: Cold Hardy to 15°F Native to: Mediterranean Region Olive trees have been cherished since the time of the Roman

On July 11, 2019, County Service Area 29 completed a channel repack project. This mandate was carried out by the District as a measure of compliance, requiring all channels to be moved to channels assigned between 2-36 by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).

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

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,