ARPA Fiber to City Facilities - Phase I

Project Status

  • Project Status: Design
  • Anticipated Project Completion: Construction is anticipated to begin in Summer 2024 and be completed by Fall 2024.

Project Description

This American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funded project will help facilitate the use of technology (Wi-Fi, security cameras, irrigation systems, etc.) at various locations throughout the city.  This project is the first step in the City's goal to install new City-owned fiber and conduit to six (6) facilities with leased lines, one (1) police substation with a leased line, four (4) of our larger parks that currently have no connectivity, and one (1) police substation that currently has no connectivity.  The project sites to be connected to in this phase are: Mary Vagle Nature Center, South Fontana Park, Martin Tudor Jurupa Hills Regional Park, Cypress Neighborhood Center/Central City Park, Heritage Neighborhood Center, Don Day Neighborhood Center, Southridge substation, and Jack Bulik Sports Center.

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If you have any questions about this project, please contact the Project Engineer by email or (909) 350-6579.