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Capital Improvements

Our mission is to serve the public by coordinating the implementation of Capital Projects related to construction and design services, and improving the quality of life throughout city neighborhoods. This work includes: road and sidewalk repairs, drainage, structural upgrades to existing city facilities, and new construction.  


Staff Contact Information:
Dave Nugen, Section Manager - Capital Improvements  (916) 355-7247  dnugen@folsom.ca.us 
Brian Reed, Associate Civil Engineer (916) 355-8322 breed@folsom.ca.us
Ryan Chance, Associate Civil Engineer (916) 355-8346  rchance@folsom.ca.us 


Bid Notices/RFPs:

Title: Bittercreek Drive Drainage Relief Project
Description: this project will increase the capacity of an existing detention basin in the open space corridor behind Bittercreek Drive. Additional outlet modifications and over-land release for storm drainage will be incorporated to alleviate flooding in the neighborhood.
Bid Opening: Thursday, August 27, 2015  at 10:00am
Notice to Bidders: Notice to Bidders
Contact: Brian Reed, (916) 355-8322


Environmental Documents to be Reviewed :

Title:                                    Draft Initial Study with Proposed Mitigated Negative Declaration, Green Valley Rd Widening Project                                                 
Description:  This Initial Study examines the potential environmental
impacts of the proposed Project located in the City of
Folsom, California. The document describes the Project
being proposed, the existing environment that could
be affected by the Project, the potential impacts from
the Project, and the proposed avoidance,
minimization and/or mitigation measures.
 
 
Review: July 1, 20015 - July 30, 2015 
Contact: Brian Reed, (916) 355-8322, breed@folsom.ca.us

 

Folsom Lake Crossing

City of Folsom is the non-federal sponsor for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' project of building a new 1,000 foot bridge over the American River just below the Folsom Dam. The four-lane, approximately two-mile-long project includes bicycle and pedestrian paths as well. Connector roads join the bridge with E. Natoma Street to the southeast and Folsom-Auburn Road to the northwest. The Bridge opened for traffic on March 28, 2009.

 

Folsom Bridge Rehabilitation Projects

Other Bridge Projects included in the city of folsom's workplan include rehabilitation of The Rainbow Bridge and The Orangevale Bridge.

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