CIP Current Projects

Project Description Location Rendering/Existing Approx. Begin & End Date

Beach Front Improvements

The project includes, restoration and conversion of 1930's era bath house building to office space, relocation and reconstruction of sewer lift station. Construction of new public restroom building, remove and replace public steps accessing the beach, concrete flat work, relocation of utilities, landscaping and site improvement.

 

 200 North pacific street south of the beach amphitheater   April 2020 - End Fall of 2021
 

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   Begin May 2019 and end Sept 2019

Balderrama Park Improvements

The City of Oceanside received Housing Related Parks (HRP) grant funding for improvements to Joe Balderrama Park. Community outreach meetings were conducted to identify and prioritize improvements to be included in the project. Proposed improvements include new play equipment on colorful impact resistant surfacing. Three new separate picnic areas will be constructed throughout the park. These will include shade structures, furnishings, barbecues and lighting. Old field lighting will be removed and replaced with new energy-efficient LED field lighting. New trees, landscaping and irrigation improvements will be added adjacent to the new play area between Puls Street and Higgins Street and adjacent to new picnic areas. Construction is scheduled from the beginning of May and through October 2019. The Community and Chavez Resource Centers as well as existing Parks and Recreation programs should be unaffected by the proposed construction. During construction existing playground equipment and most picnic areas will be removed and unavailable until construction is complete.

 

 

Located between San Diego and Higgins Street

 

 Playground Design

Balderrama Park Overview Plan

 

 

Begin May 2019 and End October 2019

For additional information contact Randall Bliss (Project Manager) at:

(760) 435-5110

Railroad Safety Improvements (Quiet Zone) CIP14-00013

Current Phase of work: Construction

Installation of pedestrian crossing gates and fencing at sidewalk crossing points. Upgrades of the railroad signal and communications system. New signage and longer medians at vehicle approached to the tracks. New secondary traffic signals at the Mission Avenue track approaches.

Project Manager: David Toschak (760) 435-5106

The Railroad Safety Improvements per the Plans and Specifications approved by the City Council in February 2017 were completed in spring 2019. The completed Railroad Crossing Safety Improvements were necessary for a Quiet Zone. The Quiet Zone reduces but does not eliminate the need for the blowing of train horns; that is determined by the train engineer and NCTD policy. This summer, the City sent 60-day Notice of Establishment (NOE) the Quiet Zone to NCTD (owner), FRA and CPUC (regulatory agencies) upon the completion of the work. The notice prompted a review of the completed improvements by the FRA and CPUC but resulted in additional improvements required by the regulatory agencies. Given the additional work and a requirement for a second NOE, staff anticipates implementation of the Quiet Zone in February 2020.
Project Manager: Gary Kellison Retired at the end of October 2019. The Project Management has been assigned to David Toschak.

 

 

On the intersections of railroad tracks with Surfrider Way, Mission Avenue, Wisconsin Street, Oceanside Boulevard and Cassidy Street.

 

 

Project under construction

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

 

 

Fall 2019

 

Coastal Rail Trail (Oceanside Blvd. to Morse St.) CIP16-00011 

The Coastal Rail Trail (CRT)  is a planned continuous bicycle route that, once complete, will provide a dedicated bike facility for 44 miles between the City of Oceanside and Downtown San Diego.

The “missing link” of the CRT within the City of Oceanside is located between Oceanside Boulevard and Morse Street. This half mile connection will improve bicycle mobility and circulation along the coastal corridor and will provide a facility for residents in South Oceanside to access the Oceanside Transit Center.

Between Oceanside Blvd. and Morse St. Coastal Rail Trail - Oceanside Blvd to Morse Street - Project Study Report - October 2017