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Project Status: Complete
Overview: Widen six miles of the SR-91 between Adams Street and the 60/91/215 Interchange by constructing one HOV lane in each direction, closing the existing HOV gap.
Project Websites: http://www.sr91project.info/
Construction Start: Spring 2012
Construction End: Summer 2014
Investment: $232 million
Jobs Created: 1,500
Lead Agency: Caltrans
Route(s) Affected: State Route 91
Relocate 9th Street westbound on ramp to 10th Street
Braid eastbound and westbound ramps at 14th Street and University Avenue
Modifications to Arlington interchange
Widen and reconstruct Madison eastbound on and off ramps and Central westbound off ramp.
Brockton Avenue/Mary Street
As part of the Mission Boulevard Revitalization Program, the Redevelopment Agency purchased the Mission Plaza Property located on Mission Boulevard and Riverview Drive, in the community of Rubidoux in an effort to revitalize the property. As a result of the State's actions that eliminated Redevelopment Agencies, the County is now in the process of determining how to dispose of this property in accordance with state guidelines.
Located in the unincorporated community of El Cerrito, the project includes storm drain improvements, as well as a raised landscaped median and sidewalk improvements on El Cerrito Road from Temescal Canyon Road on the east, to Interstate 15 on the west. This beautification project also includes upgrades to El Cerrito frontage road west of Interstate 15.
The new Rubidoux Soccer Complex Project includes 4 lighted soccer fields on astro turf as well as 12 other fields that will be used in a number of configurations. Large and small picnic areas with shelters, restroom and concession facilities, playground/tot lot, regular and RV stall parking are available to the community. This state-of-the-art facility brings much-needed recreational services to the area. The project is located at the northwest corner of Crestmore Drive and Loring Ranch Road in the community of Rubidoux in the City of Jurupa Valley.
The Mission Boulevard Streetscape Phase V Project consists of a landscaped median and infill sidewalk on Mission Boulevard from 100 feet west of La Rue to Valley Way. This project enhances the safety and pedestrian access in this area.
The recently completed Rancho Jurupa Regional Sports Complex will includes 4 lighted soccer fields on astro turf as well as 12 other fields that can be used in a number of configurations. Large and small picnic areas with shelters, restroom and concession facilities, playground/tot lot, regular and RV stall parking is available to the community. This state-of-the-art facility brings much-needed recreational services to the area. The project is located at the northwest corner of Crestmore Drive and Loring Ranch Road in the community of Rubidoux in the City of Jurupa Valley.
As many as 200 children will receive high-quality childcare at this much needed 12,000 sq. ft. childcare facility. It was designed to accommodate children from 3 months of age to 12 years. The project also provides before and after school programs for children ages 5-12 with an emphasis on structured learning and socialization.
The Fire Station Project located at the intersection of Schleisman Road and Hamner Avenue was been identified as a priority project necessary to serve newly incorporated City of Eastvale. The project consists of a 10,000 sq. ft. 3 bay station was completed in September of 2011.
A competition pool with diving boards and platforms, wave rider, lazy river, children’s water playground, water slides, picnic shelters and a terraced landscaped area are among the planned features of the Jurupa Aquatics Center. The new state-of-the-art center will be built on 9-acres at the southeast corner of Camino Real and Mission Boulevard in Glen Avon. The $20 million project will provide much-needed pool space for the Jurupa Unified School District and great recreational opportunities for the entire community. The Grand Opening is scheduled for May 28, 2011.
This joint project of Riverside County and the City of Riverside consists of 33,000 sq. ft. building with 200 kennels that houses 400 dogs, and 200 bungalows that houses 400 cats. The new facility located on 12.5-acres of land at 6851 Van Buren Boulevardhas the ability to house as many as 12 horses and a variety of other types of animals. The state-of-the-art animal campus will provide additional shelter and care for both county and city animals.
Construction of a 26-acre sports park in the El Cerrito area is completed. The El Cerrito Sports Park is the ideal recreation area with something for every family member to enjoy. The park will feature two full-size baseball/softball diamonds, two little league baseball/softball diamonds, one T-ball multi-use field, two full size soccer fields, two basketball courts and two tennis courts. Also included in the plans are facility parking, restrooms, tot lots, a concession stand and a space set aside for a future 5,000 sq. ft. community center building.
The Graffiti Abatement Program is now managed by the Riverside County Department of Waste Resources. With the Riverside County Board of Supervisors’ support, the Riverside County Department of Waste Resources will continue to eradicate graffiti in serving all of the County’s unincorporated areas.
Graffiti hotline 951.955.3333
or 866.732.1444 (toll free)
Use their online form
View a list of other graffiti hotline numbers for incorporated areas
The 65,000-squarefoot Northwestern Riverside County/City Animal Shelter is the largest animal shelter in the Inland Empire and one of the largest in Southern California.
The new location, on the northeast corner of Van Buren Boulevard and Clay Street used to be a county transportation department storage and work yard.
“This shelter will really make an outstanding statement at how committed this county is to homeless animals and to the many strays that come through our doors,” Director Robert Miller said. “This is not our building,” Miller said. “This is the community’s shelter. We want them to feel that this shelter is a valuable addition. We want community groups to feel welcome to use the large conference room or center courtyard for their functions. They will see how much the county and city of Riverside is committed to caring for homeless animals.”
The shelter features include climate-control kennels, orthopedic surgery rooms, automatic water bowls for dogs and “life rooms” for dogs or cats that will mirror the average living room. There is also space dedicated to livestock and a protected-custody ward for abused or neglected animals.
The new shelter has the ability to house more animals with fewer dogs placed in each kennel run and fewer felines placed together in cat condominiums. The city of Riverside is a major partner in the shelter. Earlier this year, the Riverside City Council approved a five-year extension with the county for its animal control/animal services contract.
The Second District includes the unincorporated communities of Coronita, El Cerrito, Home Gardens and Highgrove, and the cities of Corona, Eastvale, Jurupa Valley, Norco, and the western half of the City of Riverside.