The Village Entrance site is located near the intersection of Broadway (State Route 133) and Forest Avenue, and is currently used primarily for surface parking, storage, City facilities, and an active sewer lift station. The intent of the Village Entrance Project is to enhance the site aesthetics and overall image while maintaining parking and space for public facilities. Improvements will include additional landscaping, a pedestrian/bicycle pathway and an exterior renovation of the historic sewer digester facility.
On January 23, 2018, the Laguna Beach City Council reviewed and approved the project design and gave staff the final authorization to proceed with the preparation of construction plans and specifications for the Village Entrance Project. The construction documents have been completed, and the project is currently being advertised for public bids. The bid documents are available for review at the following link: CIP190 Bid Page. The current bid opening date is July 13, 2018 with the contract expected to be awarded at the August 7 Council meeting . Construction is anticipated to begin immediately after Labor Day, on September 4, 2018.
For information about the Village Entrance Project contact Louis Kneip (949) 464-6688.
Plans for Public Viewing
Plan Set - 1
Plan Set - 2
Request for Pre-Qualification of General Contractors
Notice for Request of Pre-Qualification of General Contractors
Public Review Draft Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration - December 5, 2017
LB Village Entrance Draft IS MND Oct 2017
Joint Meeting of the City Council & Planning Commission February 1, 2017
Staff Report 2/1/17