Southern California Edison, Spectrum, and Frontier have finalized their design plans for Underground Utility Assessment District 4. The design plans identify the locations of all planned infrastructure for these three utilities, including both above ground and subsurface facilities such as vent pipes, vaults, hand holes and new marbelite streetlights.
A Public Meeting was held on Thursday, September 12, 2019 at 6:30 PM. The Notice of Public Meeting (PDF) was mailed on August 15, 2019, and the Public Meeting provided homeowners in Underground Utility Assessment District 4 an opportunity to:
- Review the construction documents showing all infrastructure planned in the public right-of-way adjacent to each parcel;
- Verify the correct location of each utility stub out in the public right-of-way relative to individual property service panels, and
- Comment on the construction documents. Additional comments can be made by emailing the City's Project Manager Anastasia Seims. The comment period closes Monday, September 23, 2019. All comments provided will be considered, and if appropriate, revisions will be incorporated into the final construction documents that will be bid on the open market, planned to commence in early October 2019.
The design plans are available for your review:
- Plan Set 1 (PDF)
District 4 portion near 1st Street between Ardmore Avenue and Poinsettia Avenue
- Plan Set 2 (PDF)
District 4 portion near 1st Street between Poinsettia Avenue and Dianthus Street
- Plan Set 3 (PDF)
District 4 portion near 1st Street between Dianthus Street and Sepulveda Boulevard
- Plan Set 4 (PDF)
District 4 portion near Duncan Place and Duncan Avenue between Ardmore Avenue and Poinsettia Avenue
- Plan Set 5 (PDF)
District 4 portion near Duncan Place and Duncan Avenue between Poinsettia Avenue and Dianthus Street
- Plan Set 6 (PDF)
District 4 portion near Duncan Place and Duncan Avenue between Dianthus Street and Sepulveda Boulevard
- Plan Set 7 (PDF)
District 4 portion near Dianthus Street and Boundary Place
|August 15, 2019||Property owners notified of meeting and infrastructure|
|September 12, 2019||Public Meeting held to review construction drawings|
|September 23, 2019||Comment period ends|
|September - October 2019||Project construction out to bid|
|November 2019||Assessment Engineer's Report drafted and finalized|
|December 2019||Initiate Prop 218 voting period. (City Council Meeting date to be determined.)|
|January/February 2020||Ballots due (City Council Meeting date to be determined.)|
Pursuant to the requirements of Proposition 218, construction will not commence unless at least 50% + 1 of the weighted return ballots from residents within each District are in favor of the assessment and the District is formed. Voting for the assessments will take place once construction bids have been received and the value to be assessed to each parcel has been determined and noticed to residents. The City anticipates receiving construction bids in October 2019 and initiating the Proposition 218 process in December 2019 (subject to change).
For additional information, please email Anastasia Seims or call (310) 802-5361.