Storm Drainage & Watershed


Public Works | Citywide (see map below)

PROPOSED 2-YEAR BUDGET

Project Funding

Project Fund Source

PROPOSED PRIORITY PROJECT DESCRIPTIONS & SCORES

710 73rd Pump Station Repair

Project Score: N/A


Emergency/urgent storm drainage infrastructure repair project. Rehabilitation of the Storm Drainage Pump Station located at 710 73rd Ave. Existing station is in very bad condition and urgently requires replacement.

55th Avenue Storm Drain Repair from Bancroft Avenue to Harmon Avenue

Project Score: N/A


Emergency/urgent storm drainage repair project. Repair of deteriorated storm drainage concrete pipe (36" diameter, 270 feet long) in 55th Avenue from Bancroft Avenue to Harmon Avenue.

Bernhardt Drive Storm Drain Improvement

Project Score: 71


Urgent drainage improvements near Bernhardt Drive to address flooding as frequent as in a two-year storm. The early conceptual design for the project includes a bypass pipe system from Ghormley Avenue to the Union Pacific Railroad (UPRR) along Bernhardt Drive and then along the UPRR easement southerly. This design includes a new outfall structure through which stormwater will discharge into San Leandro Creek. This bypass pipe system will travel under the Interstate 880 overpass along the UPRR easement.

Empire Road Storm Drain Improvement

Project Score: 67


Urgent drainage Improvements needed near Empire Road, parallel to Hegenberger Road, to address flooding as frequent as in a two-year storm. The early conceptual design for the project includes a bypass which will consist of a dual 18” storm drain pipe system along Cairo Road that works with the existing storm drainage system to collect and divert flows westward into the a channelized waterway. The alternative includes dredging 700 feet of the channel south of Cairo Road to form a deeper trapezoidal channel. This alternative will require routine vegetation clearing to maintain the channel capacity.

General Small Trash Capture

Project Score: 12


Regulatory need. To comply with the City's Municipal Regional Stormwater Permit (MRP) Provision C.10 Trash Load Reduction, trash loads must be reduced by 100% from 2009 levels by 6/30/2025. Planning and construction funding needed to supplement Measure Q funds.

Lake Merritt Water Quality Management Pilot Project

Project Score: 66



Install aeration/oxygenation devices, conduct effectiveness monitoring, develop and implement other strategies to prevent excessive algal growth and low dissolved oxygen.

Rehab of International Blvd. Storm Drain Culvert

Project Score: 63


Urgent repair of significantly deteriorated storm drainage culvert under International Boulevard between 55th and 62nd Avenues. More than 75% of the culvert is in poor to severe condition.

Richmond Blvd. Stormwater Culvert Repair

Project Score: 67


Urgent stormwater infrastructure repair. Badly structurally deteriorated 110-foot reinforced City-owned concrete box culvert section is located on a private residential property. A 52-foot unreinforced arched culvert section in poor condition crosses Richmond Boulevard and discharges into Glen Echo Creek.