Capital Improvement

About the Capital Improvement Program

The Engineering Division serves as the lead in the preparation of the City's Capital Improvement Program and budget submitted for City Council consideration. After City Council approval and authorization is obtained, the division proceeds with the preparation of bid documents and subsequent performance of contract administration and inspection of these projects.


This project consists of installing a new 12" diameter main line, along with new water service, valves, fire hydrate. The Euclid Street Water Main Replacement project will fill back the waterline trench with asphalt but no additional asphalt street work will be completed as part of this project.  The City of La Habra is anticipating summer of 2024 for construction to begin rehabilitating Euclid Street.  The Euclid Pavement Project will consist of reconstructing Euclid Street and placing new curb and gutter.


December 2023 to March 2024


Construction will start December 2023.  Residents near the project will receive a notice letter in front of their door on November 28, 2023 with information about the project and contact information.  If you have any questions or concerns, you may contact our Resident Hot Line at (562) 463-4464.

Below is a copy of the notice:

Euclid St. Water Replacement Notice of Construction Letter (English)

Euclid St. Water Replacement Notice of Construction Letter (Spanish)

Euclid St. Water Replacement Overnight Parking and Street Sweeping Letter (English)


The Old Reservoir Park is currently being redesigned for new landscape, lighting, and security cameras; new trees will be planted to provide fall colors and abundant shade throughout the year, and additionally a variety of accent plants and low spreading plants will keep the park beautiful.  The walking path will be upgraded to decomposed granite and new Miracle Play and fitness equipment will be spread throughout the park - the equipment, available fro all ages to use - is perfect for families and friends to enjoy.  A shade structure, tables, benches, and drinking water fountains will accommodate the proposed outdoor equipment and new lighting will keep the park illuminated for security purposes, while deflectors will keep the light to a minimum from the neighboring houses.  Lastly, the existing pump station currently at the park will be removed in the new future, but for now, the fascia surrounding the station will be upgraded with screen plants as to be more aesthetically pleasing. 

Proposed Project Milestones: 

  • Final Design - January 2022
  • Construction - Summer 2022