Archived Projects

2015 Slurry Seal and Curb Ramp Program


2015 Slurry Seal and Curb Ramp Program
2015 Slurry Seal and Curb Ramp Program


Street Improvement Program


Information on the City of El Cerrito's current Street Improvement Program
Street Improvement Program

Arlington Blvd Safety Improvements ProjecT


Information about the Arlington Blvd at Madera and Brewster Drives Safety Improvements Project.
Arlington Blvd Safety Improvements Project

Central and Liberty Street Improvements


Information about improvements planned along Central Avenue between San Pablo Avenue, the Ohlone Greenway, and Liberty Street between Fairmount Avenue and Central Avenue.

Central and Liberty Street Improvements


Ohlone Greenway Natural Area and Rain Garden


Ohlone Greenway Natural Area and Rain Garden Project
Ohlone Greenway Natural Area and Rain Garden


Potrero Ave. Safety Improvements Project


Information about the Potrero Ave between 55th and 56th Safety Improvements Project.
Potrero Ave Safety Improvements Project


Moeser-Ashbury Safety Improvements


Moeser Lane and Ashbury Avenue Pedestrian and Bicycle Corridor Improvements information.
Moeser-Ashbury Safety Improvements

2014 Pavement Rehabilitation Project


Information on the City of El Cerrito's Pavement Rehabilitation Project
2014 Pavement Rehabilitation Project


Castro Park Field Renovation


Information on the renovation of the athletic field at Castro Park (Norvell Ave).
Castro Park Field Renovation

2018 slurry seal program, c3027.20

                                                                                                                                                        The 2018 Slurry Seal Program will include repairs at 16 street segments.
2018 Slurry Seal Program

Richmond greenway-ohlone greenway gap closure project

The Cities of Richmond and El Cerrito seek to provide a continuous bicycle and pedestrian pathway from South Garrard Boulevard and the Richmond Parkway in Richmond to San Pablo Avenue in El Cerrito.
Richmond Greenway-Ohlone Greenway Gap Closure Project

centennial park improvements, phase I, c5037

Phase I of the Project will upgrade a portion of Centennial Park (approximately 16,000 square feet of area at the south portion nearest Eureka Avenue).
Centennial Park Improvements, Phase 1

2019 PATCH PAVING PROJECT

This project is a component of the Measure A funded Annual Street Improvement Program and is intended to repair potholes on eleven street segments which currently have minor distressed pavement.

HILLSIDE NATURAL AREA (HNA) FIRE ROAD REPAIRS

The project will repair the HNA Fire Road at six locations that were significantly damaged during storms in February 2017 using FEMA and Cal OES funding.
Hillside Natural Area (HNA) Fire Road Repairs

KOREMATSU MIDDLE SCHOOL SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL IMPROVEMENTS, PHASE I, C5040

The project will improve various locations along walking and bicycling routes to Korematsu Middle School to address safety for students and neighborhood residents, and encourage walking and biking to school.
Korematsu Middle School Safe Routes to School Improvements, Phase 1

2018 CURB RAMP AND SIDEWALK REPAIR PROGRAM, C-3077A AND C-3024​

The 2018 Curb Ramp and Sidewalk Repair Program includes construction of curb ramps and the repair of damaged sidewalk, curb and gutter at a number of locations throughout the City.
2018 Curb Ramp and Sidewalk Repair Program

OHLONE GREENWAY BART STATION AREA ACCESS, SAFETY AND PLACEMAKING (ASP) IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT, C3076

The City of El Cerrito has substantially completed the enhancement of the Ohlone Greenway at the El Cerrito del Norte and El Cerrito Plaza BART Station Areas.
Ohlone Greenway BART Station Area Access, Safety and Placemaking (ASP) Improvements Project, City Project No. C3076

OHLONE GREENWAY PEDESTRIAN & BICYCLE WAYFINDING & AMENITIES PROJECT, C5034

The Ohlone Greenway Pedestrian & Bicycle Wayfinding & Amenities Project will improve the well-used Ohlone Greenway, which runs along the eastern edge of the San Pablo Avenue corridor. The Greenway is a 2.7 mile multi-use trail that traverses the City of El Cerrito, underneath the elevated BART tracks, from the south to north City limits.

Ohlone Greenway Pedestrian & Bicycle Wayfinding & Amenities Project