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Centennial Bridge and Plaza Project

Concept image of Centennial Bridge

Project Summary: 
Construction of a pedestrian bridge, walkway, parking and other public improvements between City Hall and Colony Square. These improvements        
are consistent with the Downtown Revitalization Plan, and will provide
the following features and public benefits:
  • Pedestrian connection from Downtown to Colony Square.
  • Improved Downtown Parking facilities and increased parking spaces.
  • Creekside pedestrian trail from El Camino Real to Lewis Avenue.
  • Creek restoration and improved public access with interpretive signage.
  • ADA parking spaces for City Hall and the Historical Society Colony House.
  • Improved access and visibility to the Historical Society Colony House.
  • Enhanced location for Tent City/Colony Days.
  • Addition of enhanced public spaces.
  • Removal of existing vacant and unused structures.
Project Location: Between Lewis Avenue bridge and El Camino Real.
Project Timeline:
  • Design Development: Completed by Arris Studio Architects
  • Engineering Design: Completed 
  • Construction: July 2017
Project Cost and Funding Sources:
  • Budget $3,025,070.00
  • Funded by 2010 Redevelopment Agency Bonds
Project Resources:
Category: Bridges

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