Coastland successfully obtained $1 million in Transportation for Livable Communities (TLC) federal funding, $1 million in Transportation Enhancement Act monies and $3.5 million in California Infrastructure Bank low interest loans for the Downtown Redesign Project for the City of Cloverdale. The 5-year long project consisted of reconstruction of four blocks of Cloverdale Boulevard, the main street running through the heart of downtown Cloverdale. Improvements included widening sidewalks, narrowing travel lanes from 4 lanes to 2 lanes, installation of water and reclaimed water lines, enhanced landscaping, storm drains, contaminated materials removal, street furniture, irrigation, water features, seat walls, one traffic signal and replacement of water and sewer services to all buildings within the project area. Coastland also performed project management and inspection services on this project.
“Coastland has been very responsive and professional; they have helped with major grants and engineering on road repairs as well as Safe routes to school projects and water and waste projects. They are totally professional and responsive to the City’s needs. After my 18 years with the City and another consultant, Coastland was a ray of light to help solve city problems.”