Capital Improvement Program
The Fiscal Year 2010/11 – 2014/15 Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is a comprehensive five-year capital improvement plan designed to develop and identify projects and the associated funds required to adequately develop and maintain the Town’s infrastructure and future capital projects.
For more specific information on the status of ongoing projects, visit our Contractors' Reference page.
Some current and recent CIP projects:
Highway 9 Safety Improvements. This is a collaborative project between the Town of Los Gatos and the Cities of Monte Sereno and Saratoga. This is a multi-phase project. Some of the improvements completed during Phase I of the project included widening portions of the highway, restriping vehicle lanes, and adding bicycle lanes to sections of the roadway. Phase II of the project will include installation of new sidewalks in the Cities of Saratoga and Monte Sereno. For more details about this project, please click on the Highway 9 Safety Improvement Project presentation below.
Roberts Road Bridge. This project funds the replacement of Roberts Road Bridge to improve roadway safety for all users. This is a multi-year project. The design phase of the project is completed. Construction will begin in January 2010. The estimated date of completion is December 2010, weather permitting.
Parking Lot 6. This parking lot is located off Main Street west of North Santa Cruz Avenue. The project will reconstruct and restripe the parking lot.
Library Facility. The library project is part of the Civic Center Master Plan. This project will construct a new library facility located on the southeast corner of the Civic Center site, adjacent to Pageant Park to the west, and Villa Drive to the east.
University Avenue/Blossom Hill Road Intersection Improvements. Some of the improvements included in this project include the construction of new sidewalks, new designated bike lanes, and new dedicated left hand turn lanes. In addition, the traffic light system will be updated at this intersection. Funding for this project was received through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.
For specific information about CIP projects, contact the Parks and Public Works Department at (408) 399-5770.
Highway 9 Safety Improvement Project Presentation
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