Capital Improvement Program (CIP)
5 Year Capital Improvement Program
The Public Works Capital Improvement Projects Engineering section implements the city’s 5-year CIP. This section provides for the design and construction of capital projects with a combination of in-house and consultant staff. The section is augmented by consultants as needed on technical specialty work or time-constrained projects.
- Hale Avenue Extension Project
- Pavement Rehabilitation Program
- Upper Llagas Creek Flood Prevention Project
- Butterfield Linear Park Extension Project
- E. 5th Street Sewer Main Project
- Depot/Church Alignment Project
Also in progress is the Morgan Hill Magical Bridge Playground Project.
Water System Upgrades
Jackson #3 & Boys Ranch #2A Well Rehabilitation Project: This project constructed two new replacement wells, one at each site. The Boys Ranch #2A well is currently being reviewed by the Water Board prior to be putting online. The Jackson well will require a chlorine contact tank, which is currently under design.
New Main Avenue Well #3 Project: This project is complete. The project constructed a new building and well and can provide the City with up to 700 gallons per minute of additional drinking water.
East Dunne Avenue Reservoir and Booster Station Project: This project will construct a new storage reservoir and booster station along East Dunne.
Sewer System Upgrades
Lift Stations K and F Rehabilitation Project: The rehabilitation of lift stations "K" and "F" is very similar to the work at lift stations "J" and "W" with equipment replacement and repairs to existing underground structures to improve system performance and reliability. Lift stations "K" and "F" services portions of the Holiday Lakes neighborhood.
Infiltration and Inflow Rehabilitation Project: Replace and/or repair existing sewer pipe defects at various locations throughout the City to reduce the inflow and infiltration impacts on the sewer system. The repair locations are identified by closed circuit television (CCTV) inspections and prioritized by the severity of the pipe defect.
Tennant Avenue Sewer Main Project:
Public Facilities Projects
Morgan Hill Library Addition Project:
The project is located at 660 West Main Avenue and involves constructing a building addition to the existing library and remodeling portions of the existing library building, entrance and parking lot to accommodate the new building addition.
Centennial Recreation Center (CRC) Expansion Project:
The project is located at 171 W. Edmundson Avenue and involves constructing a building addition to the existing CRC and remodeling portions of the site’s parking lot, landscaping, and irrigation system.
Street & Roads Projects
Britton Middle School Safety Enhancement Project: The Britton Middle School Pedestrian Enhancement Project will improve pedestrian access and safety in the area surrounding Britton Middle School. The proposed improvements will include increased lighting, the undergrounding of overhead utilities along the west side of Monterey Road fronting the school, new sidewalk improvements along the school frontage on Central Avenue, and driveway modifications to both school driveways on Central Avenue to improve pedestrian safety at these locations for both students and residents in the area. The contractor to begin mobilizing on June 1, 2021, and be completed by October 2021.
Madrone Channel Trail Project: Phase 1 improvements to the Madrone Channel Trail begins on October 15, 2020. This is the first of a two-phase project to provide a paved trail along the Valley Water’s Madrone Channel. This trail runs along the east side of Highway 101 for approximately 2.9 miles. The first phase is approximately 1.1 miles and includes a 6’ wide trail between Cochrane Avenue and Main Avenue. During the construction of this project from October 15 through the end of November, the Madrone Channel Trail will be closed from Cochrane Avenue to Main Avenue. This project is made possible by Valley Water through the Safe, Clean Water, and Natural Flood Protection Program. This project is also made possible by the MTC Transportation Development Act (TDA Grant) and the VTA Transportation Fund for Clean Air (TFCA Grant).