Herrick Avenue Overpass Mural RFP
Call for Artist Proposals for mural on the Herrick Avenue Overpass; proposals are due by 5:00 PM Friday, June 23, 2023.
Pavement Rehabilitation 2023
The Pavement Rehabilitation 2023 Project is currently in the design process and will consist of street pavement rehabilitation including pedestrian improvements such as new curb ramps and new thermoplastic crosswalk and lane markings on various streets within the City. The project cost is estimated at $3 million currently. The project is primarily funded through Measure H and State Gas Tax funds. The project will be advertised for bids this winter with construction activities planned to begin in the Spring of 2023. This project has been previously identified in the Capital Improvement Program. To learn more about street paving in the City, please visit Street Paving | Eureka, CA.
City of Eureka Multimodal Corridor Improvements 2023
The City of Eureka Multimodal Corridor Improvements 2023 Project is a Caltrans Highway Safety Improvement Project (HSIP) grant funded project. The project is currently in the design process and will be advertised for bids this winter/Spring with construction activities planned to begin in the Spring/Summer of 2023. The project consists of pedestrian crossing improvements at 18 non-signalized intersections along 6th and 7th Streets between Commercial Street and Myrtle Avenue including bulb-outs, pedestrian activated lighted signage, and new crosswalk striping. The project also includes improvements to the H and I Street corridor between 5th Street and Harris Street including adding a buffered bike lane, bulb-outs, pedestrian activated lighted signage, and new crosswalk striping. The project cost is estimated at $4.25 million currently. To learn more about this project, please visit Eureka North-South Multimodal Corridor Plan | Eureka, CA .
Annual Water Improvements Project 2023
The Annual Water Improvements Project will consist of preventive maintenance to ensure the safety of the City's drinking water, along with the integrity of the water distribution system is maintained and kept up to date. The 2023 project will consist primarily of replacing potentially faulty valve clusters to ensure proper flow throughout of City's water system.
The Water Improvements Project 2023 was awarded to Mercer-Fraser on May 4th. This project will take place along I Street, H Street, and California Street. Potholing is planned to occur the week of June 26th. Valves will be installed 2 weeks on 1 week off per City’s request. The schedule is tentatively Aug 1st - 11th Aug 21st – Sept 1st, Sept 11- Sept 15th.
Tank Coating 2023
The 2023 Tank Coating project consists of applying coating repairs to the Low Tank and Lundbar Hills Tank to prevent necessary corrosion control and continued upkeep. This project is currently in the design phase as there are minor welding repairs needed at both sides and testing is being performed on the current coating for each tank system.
Solar Renewable Energy Improvements 2023
The Solar Renewable Energy Improvements of 2023 will consist of installing solar panels on the reservoir at the Water Treatment Plant along with at our Tank Farm located at the corner of K and Harris Street. The solar panels will provide renewable energy to power both facilities, many electrical components, along with providing power to the Sequoia Park Zoo. This project is currently in the design phase and will go out to bid in February.
The Solar Renewable Energy Improvements 2023 project was awarded to Art’s Construction Company Inc. The project is on hold until final plans are drafted.
First Slough Fish Passage, Floodplain Restoration and Coastal Habitat Connectivity Project
This Stream Restoration/Fish Passage Project will be located at First Slough Cooper Gulch Creek. The project consists of removing culverts that currently act as barriers for fish passage, re-establishing stream sinuosity, adding large wood debris structures, and removing non-native invasive plant species which will allow fish passage for salmonids to move upstream. This project is currently grant funded by CDFW to complete the design and permitting phases. The City of Eureka will continually look for grant funding for the construction phase of this project.
Secondary Clarifier Maintenance Phase II
The Secondary Clarifier Maintenance Phase II project consists of removing and replacing the launders, launders support arms and scum baffle that attaches to the inside of the launders. This project is currently having the parts manufactured and coated in the winter months while flows are high. Installation will begin in June of 2023.
Da’ Yas “Where the Cypress Are” Park (Previously 20/30 Park)
The City of Eureka will be performing a complete make over for this park, including a new name. Brand new walking paths, basketball court, play equipment, healthbeat fitness area, baseball field and batting cages will be installed. The design phase of this project is completed and going out to bid in January 2023, with construction starting in April 2023.
The Da'Yas Park project is currently out to bid. Bids must be received by April 20th, 2023 by 4pm.
Crowley Property Community Development Project
The purpose of this RFP is to identify a service provider or manufacturer with the experience and resources to propose a high quality, cost efficient housing option, and to furnish and deliver said structures. A key objective of this plan is to create not just shelters, but a communal environment for homeless individuals and families. The project is being funded by a grant from the Encampment Resolution Funding Program through the California Interagency Council of on Homelessness (Cal ICH).
The Crowley Property Community Development Project was awarded to BOSS Cubez on January 9th, 2023.
The Crowley Property RFP can be found HERE. Version OptionsUpcoming ProjectsHeadline
High Tank Booster Pump Station Reconstruction Rebid Project
This project consists, in general, of construction of a new booster pumping facility including a new structure, installation of City supplied booster pumps, installation of contractor supplied appurtenances, control equipment, yard piping, and demolition of the existing pumping facility.
The High Tank Booster Pump Station Reconstruction Rebid Project was awarded to Mercer-Fraser.
Information on this bid can be found HERE. Version OptionsUpcoming ProjectsHeadline
Annual Lateral Repair Project 2023
This project consists, in general, of rehabilitation or replacement of approximately 100 sanitary sewer laterals at individual locations throughout the City of Eureka. Contractors will be supplied with a list of approved properties and will be able to work throughout the year with City Staff to bring non-compliant laterals up to code.
This project went to council for award on May 2nd, 2023, Mercer-Fraser was the lowest apparent Bidder.
The Annual Lateral Repair Project Contract Documents can be found HERE. Version OptionsUpcoming ProjectsHeadline