IMAGE PROJECT NAME Description Benefits Project Cost Status
CATCH BASIN CLEANING AND STENCILING (City wide)
CATCH BASIN CLEANING AND STENCILING (City wide) Citywide cleaning of 600+ catch basins in Lynwood and stenciling of “No Dumping, This Drains to Ocean” logo at catch basin locations. To avoid flooding and reduce the amount of trash and other contaminants from entering the public waters.  This project helps the City comply with its MS4 permit.

$144,000

Completed
PROP 84 INSTALLATION OF TREE BOX FILTERS AND BIORETENTION TREE WELLS
PROP 84 INSTALLATION OF TREE BOX FILTERS AND BIORETENTION TREE WELLS Installation of 3 tree box filters and 10 bioretention tree wells for Low Impact Development (LID) Best Management Practices (BMP's). This type of structural Low Impact Development Best Management Practices aims to prevent stormwater contamination of surface waters in the Los Angeles River by treating stormwater runoff and its associated pollutants.  There is also an added benefit of recharging the groundwater. Under Design
SCADA
SCADA Installation of a Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system to manage and remotely control all of the water system facilities. The system will allow staff to monitor and control the operation of the City’s water system 24/7 on-site or remotely.  This improved ability to monitor the system will increase the operational efficiency by maximizing the use of ground water and minimizing the need for imported MWD water, which is more costly, and reducing overtime. Under Construction
GENERATORS AND WELL HOUSE IMPROVEMENTS
GENERATORS AND WELL HOUSE IMPROVEMENTS Site new emergency generators for Water Wells No. 8,9,11 and 19, and the Public Works Yard. This project also includes site improvements to Water Well No. 5. Operation of this new well will allow the City to improve supply reliability in the case of SCE power outages, reducing the City's reliance on imported water, thereby saving money. Under Construction
WELL HEAD TREATMENT FOR WATER WELL NO. 11
WELL HEAD TREATMENT FOR WATER WELL NO. 11 The installation of a granulated activated-carbon (GAC) well-head treatment system for Well No. 11. This project will improve water quality to better provide safe drinking water to the City’s customers. Under Design
GATEWAY CITIES REGIONAL RECYCLED WATER SYSTEM EXPANSION
GATEWAY CITIES REGIONAL RECYCLED WATER SYSTEM EXPANSION The cities of Lynwood, Bell Gardens, and South Gate are partnering with the Central Basin Municipal Water District to develop plans and specifications for the construction of recycled water pipelines. Phase I includes the design of the extension of a recycled water line from Ham Park to Linear Park, and to Lynwood Park. Helps the City conserve water by decreasing the use of potable water and rely instead on reclaim water for lanscape irrigation. Under Design
UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK MONITORING
UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK MONITORING Conduct sampling and testing for ground water monitoring wells located at the City Hall complex. Survey the 3 monitoring wells and report test results to the State Water Resources Control Board. Comply with the State requirements regarding monitoring. Under Design
WATER WELL #22
WATER WELL #22 Construction of new water well to be located at 3611 Spruce Street.  Operation of this new well will allow the City to improve supply reliability and deliver portable groundwater more economically to its customers. Under Design
LOUISE STREET  (From Monrovia Ave. to Long Beach Blvd.)
LOUISE STREET (From Monrovia Ave. to Long Beach Blvd.) Project consists of removal and replacement of sidewalk, curb and gutters, driveway approaches, trees, pavement, and installation of new water line. Improve ride quality,sidewalk safety, traffic flow and enhance the streetscape aesthetic. Under Design
LONG BEACH BLVD (PHASE II)
LONG BEACH BLVD (PHASE II) Project consists of removal and replacement of sidewalk, curb and gutters, driveway approaches, trees, and pavement. Improve Median island lanscape, sidewalk safety, traffic flow and enhance the streetscape aesthetic.

$3,128,879

Under Construction
CITY WIDE TREE TRIMMING
CITY WIDE TREE TRIMMING Citywide trimming of trees to place trimming on a 2 year cycle.  FY14, FY15, and FY16 completed. A Five-Year Contract with TLC was approved To properly maintain our urban forest and improve our neighborhood aesthetic.

$320,000 / year

Under Contract
VIRGINIA AVENUE  (From Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. to Sanborn Ave.)
VIRGINIA AVENUE (From Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. to Sanborn Ave.) Project consists of removal and replacement of sidewalk, curb and gutters, driveway approaches, trees, and pavement. Improve sidewalk safety, traffic flow and enhance the streetscape aesthetic.

$469,469

Completed
VIRGINIA AVENUE  (From Bullis Road to Thorson Avenue)
VIRGINIA AVENUE (From Bullis Road to Thorson Avenue) Project consists of removal and replacement of sidewalk, curb and gutters, driveway approaches, trees, and pavement. Improve ride quality,sidewalk safety, traffic flow and enhance the streetscape aesthetic. Under Design
PLATT AVENUE
PLATT AVENUE Project consists of removal and replacement of sidewalk, curb and gutters, driveway approaches, trees, and pavement. Improve ride quality,sidewalk safety, traffic flow and enhance the streetscape aesthetic. Under Design
OLANDA AVENUE
OLANDA AVENUE Project consists of removal and replacement of sidewalk, curb and gutters, driveway approaches, trees, and pavement. Improve ride quality,sidewalk safety, traffic flow and enhance the streetscape aesthetic. Under Design
NEVADA AVENUE
NEVADA AVENUE Project consists of removal and replacement of sidewalk, curb and gutters, driveway approaches, trees, and pavement. Improve ride quality, sidewalk safety, traffic flow and enhance the streetscape aesthetic. Under Design
LUGO AVENUE
LUGO AVENUE Project consists of removal and replacement of sidewalk, curb and gutters, driveway approaches, trees, and pavement. Improve ride quality,sidewalk safety, traffic flow and enhance the streetscape aesthetic. Under Design
LOUISE AVENUE
LOUISE AVENUE Project consists of removal and replacement of sidewalk, curb and gutters, driveway approaches, trees, and pavement. Improve ride quality,sidewalk safety, traffic flow and enhance the streetscape aesthetic. Under Design
LOS FLORES BLVD WATER MAIN REPLACEMENT
LOS FLORES BLVD WATER MAIN REPLACEMENT Installation of new water main. Improve water system reliability and water quality.

$210,900

Completed
LONG BEACH BLVD (PHASE I)
LONG BEACH BLVD (PHASE I) Project consists of removal and replacement of sidewalk, curb and gutters, driveway approaches, trees, and pavement and new median islands. Improve ride quality, median island lanscape, sidewalk safety, traffic flow and enhance the streetscape aesthetic.

$3,589,848.67

Under Construction
FIR STREET
FIR STREET Project consists of removal and replacement of sidewalk, curb and gutters, driveway approaches, trees, and pavement. Improve ride quality,sidewalk safety, traffic flow and enhance the streetscape aesthetic. Under Design
BULLIS ROAD
BULLIS ROAD Project consists of removal and replacement of sidewalk, curb and gutters, driveway approaches, trees, and pavement. Improve ride quality,sidewalk safety, traffic flow and enhance the streetscape aesthetic. Under Design
BEECHWOOD AVENUE
BEECHWOOD AVENUE Project consists of removal and replacement of sidewalk, curb and gutters, driveway approaches, trees, and pavement. Improve ride quality,sidewalk safety, traffic flow and enhance the streetscape aesthetic. Under Design
BIRCH STREET
BIRCH STREET Project consists of removal and replacement of sidewalk, curb and gutters, driveway approaches, trees, and pavement. Improve ride quality,sidewalk safety, traffic flow and enhance the streetscape aesthetic. Under Design