CIP Completed Projects

Project Description Location Rendering/Existing Final Photo

Tyson Street Restroom Reconstruction

This portion of the Beach Restrooms Phase 2 project includes the demolition and reconstruction of the Tyson Street Park restroom building. The new restroom structure is approximately 1,400 square feet in size and will be placed roughly in the same location as the existing restrooms. The new restroom facilities will comprised of 14 private unisex water closets and eight outdoor hand-washing basins. The proposed building materials include masonry block walls, cast-in-place concrete, wood and metal roofing materials. Improvements to the plaza are proposed as well. Existing impervious concrete surfaces within the plaza will be replaced with decorative permeable pavers, enhanced lighting and landscape treatments. Bidding for construction will take place this fall with construction schedule for winter of 2019. Construction is anticipated to be completed within 6-8 months.

 Along the beach north of Tyson Street     Completed 2019

Mission Avenue Median Improvement Project, CIP16-00009


The Mission Cove Affordable Housing Project (Mission Cove), located on the south side of Mission Avenue, generally between Carolyn Circle and Foussat Road, is a recently developed City owned and leased affordable housing site.  In partnership with the lessees, the City agreed to construct the required median frontage improvements adjacent to this site as a capital improvement project.

The proposed project includes the installation of two new raised landscaped medians and landscaping improvements to an existing raised asphalt median located on Mission Avenue between Carolyn Circle and Foussat Road (Refer to Exhibit B).  The project also includes the removal of AC pavement, removal of existing median curb, removal of existing median cobble/pavers and removal of existing median asphalt fill.  The construction of AC pavement, mortared cobble and installation of irrigation system, and electrical service is included in the scope of work of this project.  This project will result in a continuous landscaped median in front of the Mission Cove project with some breaks to provide for turning movements.

Mission Avenue between Airport Road and Foussat Street    Began May 2019 and ended September 2019
2017-2018 Annual Slurry Seal Project CIP17-00009
Generally, Work Includes: Notifications and Traffic Control; Crack Routing and Sealing; Localized Pavement Repairs; Application of Slurry Seals; Pavement Grinding; Asphalt Concrete Overlays; Utility Adjustments; and Replacement of Traffic Striping and Markings. Residents will received a general project notification letter at the start of the project. Additional notification letters will be issued seventy-two (72) hours in advance of any work adjacent to affected properties. No parking signs will be posted on the street forty-eight (48) hours in advance of any work. Streets will be closed to traffic during resurfacing for a period of time.
Contact: Randall Bliss (760) 435-5110 or
Various Streets in the following neighborhoods: Downtown area; Loma Alta, Fire Mountain, Henie Hills, Del Oro Hills, Ivy Ranch, RDO Village, River Meadows. For map of the project area City website, GIS maps.
FY 17-18 Slurry Seal Map
North Santa Fe at Alamosa Park Storm Drain Repair Project
Remove and replace existing deteriorated storm drain pipe.
North Santa Fe Avenue at Alamosa Park Drive Completed in August 2018
ADA Ramp Replacement/ Sidewalk Infill FY 17-18 Project
The improvements included new sidewalk, curb and gutter, and pedestrian ramps to accommodate infrastructure infill needs, provide direct and continuous pedestrian paths of travel, and meet American with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance standards.
Various locations; California Street, Cassidy Street, Grandview Street, Greenbrier Street, Kurtz Street, Mission Avenue, and Stewart Street.
El Camino Real Guardrail Project
The improvements included the installation of approximately 1,500 feet of metal beam guardrail and relocation of a portion of the City's existing traffic signal communication system to accommodate this installation.
Completed December 2018
The Beach Restroom Project Phase 1
The project remodeled 4 public restrooms. Completed summer of 2015.
  • Breakwater and The Strand
  • Sportfisher and The Strand

    Mission Avenue Improvement Project Downtown Phase 1
    Rebuilt four City blocks to accommodate one-way circulation pattern, new pedestrian and bicycle amenities, wider sidewalks, new landscaping, and new street lighting.
    Mission Avenue from Horne Street to North Coast Highway

    Annual Street Overlay 2016-2017
    Project removes deteriorated asphalt and replaces it with a 2" thick cap of new asphalt. On all arterial streets, a 1" thick leveling course asphalt is placed underneath a layer of engineered paving mat. The asphalt used for this project is made from recycled automobile tires. Due to the use of recycled tires the project is also funded by $234,640 from CalRecycle's Rubberized Pavement grant Program by State of California.

    Contract: $3,137,137
    Project Manger: Gabor Pakozdi (760) 435-5080
    Contractor: Granite Construction Company Watsonville, CA

    This project is funded with a $234,540 from CalRecycle, a State of California agency whose mission to improve the environment by promoting recycling. The grant allowed Oceanside to use asphalt made from recycled car and truck tires. The 17,054 tons of "rubberized" asphalt used on this project diverted 24,230 tire from the waste stream, such as landfills.
    1- Ditmar Street, from Morse to Cassidy
    2- North River Road: 400’ E. Stallion to N. River Ctr. (Night Time Work)
    3- Alvarado Street: Morse to Vista way
    4- Cannon Road: Lake Blvd. To Amador Drive
    5- Center Avenue: Horne Street to Grant Street
    6- Rancho Del Oro: Mesa Drive to Via Rancho
    7- Oceanside Blvd: College Blvd. to Ord Way. (Night Time Work)
    8- Vista Way: Buena Hills Drive to Rancho Del Oro (Night Time Work)
    9- Mission Avenue: Foussat Road to HWY76 Bridge
    10- Grace Street: Maxson Street to Foster Drive
    11- El Camino Real: Fire Mountain to Via Las Rosa (Night Time Work)
    12- Calle Sobrado: 4925 to 4972 Calle Sobrado
    13- MacDonald: Hoover Street to 2820 MacDonald
    14- Elmwood Lane: Granada to 4750 Elm Tree Lane
    15- Amberwood Drive: Mahogany Drive to Elm Tree Drive
    16- Hoover Street: 315-to 567 Hoover Street
    17- Melrose Avenue: N. Santa Fe Ave. to Sagewood Drive (Night Time Work)
    18- Rosewood Circle, Jacaranda, Peppertree Drive, Candlewood Place, Amberwood Court Cul-De-Sacs

    French Field Remediation Phase 1 Located at Oceanside Boulevard and Melrose Drive No Image
    Loma Alta Creek Detention Basin
    The basin will control flooding along Loma Alta Creek. $1,100,000 TransNet funds was provided.
    Located on the east side of El Camino Real opposite Industry Street. No Image
    Harbor Aquatics Center
    Completed 2012
    Parking Lot 26 Expansion
    Located in the railroad right-of-way between Tyson Street and Wisconsin Street, Winter 2012 .
    The project expands the parking lot on the west side of the coastal railroad right-of-way from Tyson Street south to Wisconsin Street. 235 new spaces will be created, and the project extends the coastal bicycle rail trail through the new parking lot. $1,200,000 in funding is provided by Redevelopment Bond Funds.
    Located in the railroad right-of-way between Tyson Street and Wisconsin Street. No image No Image
    Oceanside Boulevard ADA Bus Stop Remodel
    Construction of new concrete landing and sidewalk at five bus stops on Oceanside Boulevard. The improvements are necessary for buses to pick up and drop off wheelchair-using passengers. $44,000 in TransNet funds. Project replaces deteriorated asphalt with a 2” thick cap of new asphalt.

    $3,400,000 in funding; 90% TransNet, 10% local funds.
    Oceanside Boulevard between I-5 and El Camino Real

    Sidewalk Repairs
    Repairs will be along various residential streets. TransNet Funds provides $450,000 in funding.

    Residential neighbors near downtown, South Oceanside Elementary School, and nearby neighborhoods

    Harbor Lot 11B Restroom Project
    Replace existing restroom facility at Harbor Lot 11B with new restroom facility.

    North Pacific Street

    Oceanside Boulevard Slope Repair
    The project stabilizes and landscapes the slope located at the southeast corner of Oceanside Boulevard at El Camino Real.
    Oceanside Boulevard at El Camino Real

    Oceanside Civic Center Library Renovation
    Interior renovation of the existing Civic Center Library. New flooring, carpeting, furniture, community computer lab, study rooms, training room, teen area, and circulation and reference desks.
    Coast Highway & Civic Center Drive No Image
    Sunset Market Lights
    A downtown beautification project with 18 new street lights and 1500 feet of decorative string lights to make Oceanside’s Thursday night market a bright, fun experience all year long.
    On Tremont Street between Pier View and Civic Center Drive and on Pier View between Coast Highway and Cleveland Street
    El Camino Real Median Improvement
    Construction included replacement of 10,000 L.F. of concrete curb, 1,890 L.F. of median band, 67,328 S.F. of stamped concrete, new irrigation system for low maintenance and drought tolerant plants.
    El Camino Real between Mesa Drive and SR-78
    Pacific Street Bridge
    This bridge replaces the existing crossing, which is prone to washouts, permanently connecting Oceanside Harbor to the downtown. It includes a traffic lane, a bike lane, and a sidewalk in each direction.
    The Pacific Street Bridge spans the mouth of San Luis Rey River at Oceanside Harbor
    Buddy Todd Park
    Construction of a new parking lot, new park entrance/exit, lighting and landscaping of 2.5 acres of new park space.
    Located on the west side of Mesa Drive between Todd Street and Parnassus Circle
    Mance Buchanon Park
    29-Acre soccer complex including 5 soccer fields, 2 restroom facilities, playground, trail head access and parking for the San Luis Rey River Trail.
    Located south of College Boulevard, east of San Luis Ray River
    Fire Station No. Seven
    The Fire Department will house two engine companies, a medic, and a battalion chief for a total of 11 personnel housed at the site.
    Located on the north side of Mission Avenue east of Foussat Road.
    Coastal Rail Trail
    This will be part of a future trail network extending through San Diego County coastal communities. The trail provides an attractive path for bicyclists and walkers.
    The completed portion parallels the Coastal rail corridor from Vista Way to Cassidy Street.

    Oceanside Transit Center Parking Structure
    This joint-use project with NCTD provides free single-day parking for both transit users and visitors to downtown Oceanside.
    The parking structure is accessed at the end of Seagaze Drive, just south of Mission Avenue from Cleveland Street
    El Corazon Senior Center
    This second senior center provides 11,750 square feet of building space for active senior programs and activities, including class rooms, activities rooms, fitness, and space for future kitchen use.
    Located north of Oceanside Boulevard and east of Rancho del Rancho with access from Rancho Del Oro.
    San Luis Rey River Trail Phase 1
    1-Mile Class 1 Bike Trail extension of the existing San Luis Rey River Trail from College Blvd to Andrew Jackson Street. Completed Summer 2008.
    College to Andrew Jackson
    San Luis Rey River Trail Phase 2
    1-Mile Class 1 Bike Trail extension of the existing San Luis Rey River Trail from Tyler Street to North Santa Fe completed May 2010.
    Tyler to North Santa Fe
    Melba Bishop Park Skatepark Project
    Construction of a concrete skatepark located at Melba Bishop Park. The concrete skatepark has a street type set-up and some transition areas, is 8,200 square feet in size, and was constructed by Grindline Skateparks of Seattle, Washington. Completed January 2009.
    5306 North River Road
    MLK Park Skatepark Project
    Construction of a concrete skatepark located at Martin Luther King Jr. Park. The concrete skatepark has a deep bowl and shallow transition area, is 6,300 square feet in size, and was constructed by Grindline Skateparks of Seattle, Washington. Completed January 2009.
    4500 Mesa Drive