Current Capital Projects
As part of a long-range master plan, Fiscal Year 2018-2019 will see the City continue to reinvest in its infrastructure, particularly in the area of roadways, parks, and streetscapes as described below:
Westlake Village Community Park
Work is underway to restore plants, fencing, and other elements impacted by the fire for the next few months. Netting to protect the picnic area from fly balls is currently under construction. A formalized trail to the skate park was installed this winter.
Annual Street Resurfacing Program/ ADA Improvements
The Annual Street Resurfacing Program includes grinding and new asphalt pavement along Russell Ranch Road and various intermittent residential streets in Canyon Oaks, Three Springs and Rustic Oak neighborhoods as well as Corsa Ave. and La Baya Drive. Slurry seal coating will occur on Via Rocas and Via Colinas. In addition, a new rapid flashing beacon crosswalk will be installed on Russell Ranch (near the entrance to the Target portion of The Shoppes at Westlake Village).
Final slurry seal repair will take place on June 20th. Work will take place at Hedgewall and Landino, near the Canyon Oaks Park, and along a section of Ridgeford that has seen damage. This work will be completed the same day and bring the Annual Street Improvement project to a close.
Lindero Walkway and Beautification Project
UPDATE: A pedestrian detour has been implemented through the Westlake Trails and First Neighborhood due to the Lindero Canyon Road Sidewalk Beautification Program. The portion of sidewalk on the east side of Lindero Canyon Road is scheduled to remain closed between Rustic Oak and Foxfield Drive/Lakeview Canyon Road for the next few months. Therefore, a sidewalk closure with pedestrian detour has been provided. The crosswalk and crossing guard at Middlegate/Lindero Canyon Road was relocated to Rustic Oak Drive/Lindero Canyon Road. Signs have been posted directing pedestrians to the new routes.
This project began in September 2018 and when complete will include a meandering sidewalk, water efficient vines and plants, new trees, and an environmental bio-swale to help clean storm water that eventually flows to the ocean. For more information including renderings please click here.