Fiscal Year 2022 Community Project Funding Requests
Bradley Bridge Road Construction
Proposed Recipient: City of Menifee
Recipient Address: 29844 Haun Road Menifee, CA 92586
Area Served: Menifee
Description: The city of Menifee has requested funding to replace a segment of Bradley Road at Salt Creek crossing with a bridge to address flooding issues during heavy precipitation events. The current configuration impedes traffic flow and emergency services to nearly 20% of the Menifee’s population. According to the city, the construction of this bridge will eliminate that delay, while enhancing safety and access to all.
Requested Amount: $3,000,000
Canyon Lake Water Treatment Plant Phase 1 Improvements Project
Proposed Recipient: Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District
Recipient Address: 31315 Chaney Street, Lake Elsinore, CA 92530
Area Served: Lake Elsinore
Description: The Canyon Lake Water Treatment Plant has been offline for approximately 18 months because elevated levels of PFAS chemicals were detected in the runoff. This project would upgrade the treatment plant so it can treat water to levels below the California regulatory limit and resume operations.
Requested Amount: $780,000
City of Hope CT Scanner Acquisition
Proposed Recipient: City of Hope, Corona
Recipient Address: 1500 East Duarte Road, Duarte, CA 91010
Area Served: Corona, Riverside County
Description: The requested funding would allow the City of Hope to buy a new CT scanner for radiation oncology support as part of a facility expansion in Corona. According to the City of Hope, dedicated imaging for patients in preparation for undergoing radiation treatment is integral to providing radiation oncology services. The CT scanner will allow the clinic to evaluate the affected area and any positioning equipment prior to treatment. This is a different clinical application than more widely used diagnostic CT modality, and one that is not commonly found in community provider settings, but one that is essential.
Requested Amount: $700,000
I-15 Smart Freeway Project
Proposed Recipient: Riverside County Transportation Commission
Recipient Address: 4080 Lemon Street, 3rd Floor, Riverside, CA 92501
Area Served: Temecula, Murrieta
Description: The Interstate 15 “Smart Freeway Pilot Project” would install smart metering technology and innovative signage at northbound I-15 on-ramps to monitor and regulate traffic flow onto the highway. This pilot program would alleviate congestion by managing traffic flow and with proof of concept could be regionally scalable. The project will be implemented between the San Diego County line and the I-15/I-215 split, and is included and consistent with adopted regional transportation plans.
Requested Amount: $3,000,000
Lake Elsinore Main Street Safety and Pedestrian Improvements Project
Proposed Recipient: City of Lake Elsinore
Recipient Address: 130 South Main Street, Lake Elsinore, CA 92530
Area Served: Lake Elsinore
Description: The project will install new crosswalks, safety signage, lighting, and other improvements to enhance walkability and pedestrian safety on Main Street in downtown Lake Elsinore. The downtown area has experienced a growth in the number of visitors and pedestrians. The requested funds will support this increased economic activity as well as improve safety of downtown visitors.
Requested Amount: $400,000
Lakeland Village Community Center Ball Fields Improvement Project
Proposed Recipient: Riverside County
Recipient Address: 4080 Lemon St, Riverside, CA 92501
Area Served: Lakeland Village and Lake Elsinore
Description: The Lakeland Village Community Center is home to the local Boys and Girls Club and serves a low-income region of Riverside County. The project will fund improvements to the existing sports park by installing an artificial playing surface and recreational amenities. The unincorporated areas around Lake Elsinore lack other publicly available recreational facilities.
Requested Amount: $1,500,000
Loma Linda Mobile Emergency Operations Trailer
Proposed Recipient: Loma Linda University Medical Center Murrieta
Recipient Address: 28062 Baxter Rd, Murrieta, CA 92563
Area Served: Murrieta
Description: The requested funds would enable Loma Linda University Medical Center Murrieta to purchase a new, mobile emergency operations trailer and associated medical and functional equipment. The emergency assets would help the region better respond to emergency situations, disasters and other significant crisis events. The emergency operations trailer could also be deployed onsite in the Loma Linda University Medical Center Murrieta parking lot during incidents of unusually high volumes.
Requested Amount: $590,000
Murrieta Creek Flood Control Project
Proposed Recipient: Los Angeles District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Federal Sponsor), Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District (Nonfederal Sponsor)
Recipient Address: 915 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90017 (Army Corps), 1995 Market St. Riverside, CA 92501 (Riverside County Flood Control)
Area Served: Murrieta, Temecula
Description: The Murrieta Creek Flood Protection, Environmental Restoration and Recreation Project is a federally authorized flood control project that is locally sponsored by the Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District. The project provides significant flood protection to the cities of Temecula and Murrieta. Specifically, the project is designed to provide flood protection to nearly 600 structures that are worth an estimated $1.35 billion. The local sponsor has been working with the Corps of Engineers to advance the project on an aggressive time schedule to realize the flood protection provided once the project is completed. To facilitate that schedule, Riverside County Flood Control is requesting funds to continue work on the General Reevaluation Report to move the project’s remaining phases closer to construction.
Requested Amount: $350,000
Quail Valley Septic-to-Sewer Conversion – Goetz Pipeline Phase
Proposed Recipient: Eastern Municipal Water District
Recipient Address: 2270 Trumble Rd, Perris, CA 92570
Area Served: Menifee, Lake Elsinore, Canyon Lake, and downstream water quality impacts
Description: Quail Valley is an ethnically diverse and disadvantaged community in Riverside County that regularly has failing septic tanks that overflow during rain events. As a result, raw sewage impacts the immediate community as well as downstream environments, including Canyon Lake, a drinking water reservoir. To address the significant challenges presented by Quail Valley’s failing septic tanks, Eastern Municipal Water District is working to convert homes to direct sewer connections. The requested funds are intended to construct the first phase of the septic to sewer conversion project for Subarea 4. The overall project has been identified as a priority for both the California Water Resources Control Board and the Santa Ana Regional Water Regional Water Quality Control Board.
Requested Amount: $2,500,000
Southwest Riverside County Regional Homeless Services
Proposed Recipient: City of Murrieta
Recipient Address: 1 Town Square, Murrieta, CA 92562
Area Served: Murrieta, Temecula, Wildomar, Lake Elsinore, and Menifee
Description: The cities of Murrieta, Temecula, Lake Elsinore, and Wildomar have joined together in a Regional Homeless Alliance. The requested funds will enable the Regional Homeless Alliance to provide additional case management and homeless outreach assistance.
Requested Amount: $500,000