Engineering Projects

The Engineering Department is responsible for the implementation of, or coordination of, the engineering studies, conceptual plans, construction plan designs, rights-of-way and easement acquisitions, and construction management for most of the public infrastructure improvements for the City.

These projects include street, utility, park, and building construction projects which are funded through and managed by the City. Funding sources may include the City's General Fund, enterprise or facility fees, State or Federal programs, and a variety of grants.

 

Colony Road Overlay Project

 

This project will include asphalt repairs along Colony Road between Jack Tone Road and Fulton Avenue. The project also includes bikeway striping and signage improvements on Shasta Avenue and various other locations in town.

 

Project Update (9-10-12)

The project is currently underway with asphalt repairs taking place the week of 9/10/12 and the asphalt overlay taking place the week of 9/17/12. Work will be done at night between the hours of 8:00pm and 5:00am. Striping and signage will follow during the week of 9/24/12 and this work will take place during 7:00am and 5:00pm. For any questions or concerns regarding this project please contact James Pease at 209-599-2108 or by

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Mistlin Softball Fields

 

Mistlin Softball Fields

 

The Mistlin Sports Complex is one of the premier sports facilities in the area. This project includes the addition of four new softball fields around the water tower. Restroom and concession facilities are planned to be constructed as well.

Project Update (9/10/12)

This project will begin the week of 9/10/12 and is projected to be complete in July of 2013. The first phases of work will include the underground utilities, earth work, and concrete footings. For any questions or concerns regarding this project please contact James Pease at 209-599-2108 or by

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Handicap Ramp and Sidewalk Project 2012

The work in general consists of constructing new handicap ramp returns and sidewalk in an older residential area of Ripon, also known as Ripona. Related work items include asphalt paving, concrete removal, tree removal, fire hydrant relocation, pavement striping, storm drain facility removal and installation, fence removal and replacement, retaining wall removal and installation, bollard removal and replacement, vault adjustment, catch basin installation, potholing existing utilities, relocation of existing street light with overhead feed, commercial drive entrance installation, and sign relocations.

 

Project Update (9-10-12)

The project will begin on 9/17/12.  Letters have been sent out to residents who will be directly affected. If want information regarding the limits of construction or have any other questions or concerns regarding this project please contact James Pease at 209-599-2108 or by

 

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Nitrate Pilot Testing

 

Nitrate Testing

 

The City of Ripon (City), in conjunction with Damon S. Williams Associates (DSWA), has conducted a pilot-scale investigation of an integrated nitrate and arsenic treatment system. This City of Ripon Integrated Nitrate and Arsenic Treatment Demonstration has been approved for California Proposition 50 funding under Chapter 6b.

The integrated pilot system implements chemical reduction of nitrate with SMI-III® followed by coagulation/filtration for arsenic removal. SMI-III® is a patented, iron-based granular media that has been commercially developed for the removal of nitrate, metals, and other compounds from water. It is foreseen that the greatest benefit of this technology is that it does not produce a costly brine stream as do the currently accepted nitrate removal technologies of ion exchange and reverse osmosis.

 

Project Update (4/2/10)

Pilot testing has been completed and testing results are attached.

 

 

 

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Project Details

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Ripon City Hall

259 N. Wilma Avenue
Ripon, CA 95366

Phone: (209) 599-2108
Fax: (209) 599-2685

 

Office Hours:

7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Monday - Thursday