WEEKLY STATUS UPDATE FOR OCTOBER 19, 2017

PUBLIC WORKS & ENGINEERING


Aquatic and Cultural Center Master Planning:

Staff has scheduled consultant interviews with 4 of the firms that submitted Statements of Qualifications for Thursday, October 19, 2017. Once completed staff will make a recommendation for consultant selection.

The selected consultant will be tasked with soliciting public input, touring other similar sized community facilities, preparing a budget and preparing and presenting the master plan. Once approved the master plan will be used to guide the design of the new facility.

Boulder City Parkway Complete Street Improvements:

The CA Group and staff are working on contacting adjacent property and business owners to schedule individual meetings to review the project.

Gingerwood Phase I Electrical Service Replacement:

Staff has received the formal approval from the Gingerwood Mobile Home Park owner for the meter pedestals that will be used for the work. Staff is working to schedule the contractor, Mountain Pine, to begin work.

Fire Department Remodel:

SH Architecture is working on the first draft of the improvement plans for the remodel. The first draft is scheduled to be submitted for review the end of next week.

Lakeview Park Improvements:

The Lakeview Park Improvements project was advertised for bids on Thursday, September 28, 2017. Bids are due on October 26, 2017. The pre-bid conference was conducted this week at the project site. Addendum No. 2 will be issued this Thursday answering any questions from contractors.

This project is a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funded project for improvements to Lakeview Park. Improvements will include a new irrigation system, sod, gazebo, park furniture, drinking fountain, park sign, backboards for the basketball court, etc.

Private Projects Update:


1. Subdivision 112 – The Cottages – 1501 Nevada Highway
  • The contractor has started work installing onsite sewer mains and continues work on the storm drain. 
2. Subdivision 113 – Tract 349
  • Last week the City Council upheld the Planning Commission’s denial of variances.
  • The developer requested contact information for the neighborhood in order to schedule informal meetings with concerned residents. The City provided the list that was required by Code as part of the variance application.