Senate Bill 1 Makes it Easier to Get Around Rancho Cucamonga
Local roads set to benefit from new state funding for road repair.
The City of Rancho Cucamonga will re-pave a number of streets throughout the City this summer. The improvements to two streets in particular are possible thanks to the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017 (SB1). SB1 provides new funding for the repair of roads, freeways, and bridges throughout the state. The City of Rancho Cucamonga expects to receive approximately $1.3 million from SB1 in 2018 and will use it to repave 6th Street (from Milliken Avenue to Charles Smith Avenue) and Jersey Boulevard (from Haven Avenue to Rochester Avenue). These new funds will also allow the City to expand the Local Streets Program by freeing up existing funding and helping to improve not only our major streets but those closest to our homes as well.
For more information on these and other Capital Improvement projects throughout the City, please visit the Engineering Services page on the City website at www.CityofRC.us/.