W/B Kimball Avenue from Rincon Meadows to Mill Creek Avenue
As part of the ongoing development in The Preserve, Kimball Avenue, between Euclid Avenue and Rincon Meadows Avenue is being improved to include the installation of underground utilities, raised median, streetlights, traffic signals and the installation of a large storm drain to help reduce flooding in the area. It will also be widened to four lanes, with two lanes in each direction.
With the initial phase completed earlier this year, the project is now entering the next phase of work which includes the installation of underground vaults and conduit.
CLOSURE - Kimball Avenue from Rincon Meadows to Mill Creek Avenue
Westbound lanes will be closed intermittently for night work taking place from 7:00PM to 6:00AM, Monday through Friday beginning Monday, May 9 through mid summer. Eastbound lanes on Kimball Avenue will remain open at all times.
In an effort to relieve some of the inconvenience, City staff is working with the contractor to implement a flagging operation during this phase of construction which will eliminate the need to close Kimball Avenue when implemented.
Please use caution as you approach the construction site and follow posted signage. Thank you for your patience!
E/B Kimball Avenue Left Turn Lane - City of Ontario Development Work
Euclid Avenue at Kimball Avenue - Brine Line Project
This week the contractor will continue work on Euclid Avenue. Lane closures on Euclid Avenue north of Kimball will be implemented as needed during work hours of 7am-4pm.
Looking Ahead: Work at this intersection will continue at the beginning of April to perform base paving. This work will involve moving closures of traffic lanes.
More on the Brine Line Project: Work being completed is part of the Brine Line Project and includes the installation of (2) 6" diameter PVC pipelines and installation of 60" diameter manholes that will transport brine waste from the Chino Eastside Treatment Facility to the Chino 1 Treatment plant on Kimball Avenue.
Brine waste is a biproduct of the water treatment process Chino’s groundwater undergoes. Instead of trucking brine waste offsite, it will be conveyed to the treatment facility via the proposed brine pipeline. This will result in a reduction of truck traffic between the two plants
Edison Avenue from Central Avenue to East of Oaks Avenue
Access in to and out of Oaks Avenue will be limited to right-in, right-out only in order to safely perform work that includes storm Drain Improvements along the middle of Edison Avenue at the intersection of Oaks Avenue. Detour routes are Central or Mountain to Eucalyptus / College Park.
More about the Project: Construction of storm drain, street widening, curb, gutter & sidewalk, pavement rehabilitation, Ayala Park entrance improvements, traffic signal improvements, and pedestrian accessibility improvements as part of the College Park ultimate Improvement Project through early 2023.
Oaks Avenue from Edison Avenue to Freedom Drive
Closed from April 25 through May 23 for the installation of a storm Drain. Expect long-term traffic control in the area reducing lanes, lane merging, lane shifting, intermittent closures of entrances into Ayala Park. TCP on Central, 12th and Oaks near Edison. Travel delays in the area due to traffic control and construction. Short duration closures may occur for specific construction needs.
Other City Closures
12th Street from Edison Avenue and Connie Yankey Way.
Full Closure through June for the rehabilitation of the Ayala Park north parking lot.
Central Avenue to Benson Avenue between Chino Avenue and B Street (Alleys)
The City of Chino is continuing construction on the Alley Rehabilitation Project. Construction consists of installation of new alley gutter, alley approach, new asphalt, and other related work. To complete this work, there will be a phased closure in place affecting north-south Alleys south of B Street, north of Chino Avenue and between Central and Benson Avenues through the end of June 2022. Residents and businesses will not have access through the construction area. View map for construction schedule.
Grand Avenue from Highway 71 to Pipeline Avenue
Contractor will be installing traffic loops on Grand Avenue at Spectrum E and Spectrum W, and on Pipeline Avenue south of Grand Avenue at various intersections, this work will be completed by May 13. Access to the shopping center will be provided at all times.
Spirit Street from Main Street to Bravery Avenue
Full closure through August 2022 for developer related construction and improvements.
SBCTA Central Avenue Interchange Project
In an effort to improve traffic flow along Central Avenue and State Road (SR) 60 access for the local community, the San Bernardino County Transportation Authority (SBCTA) and the City of Chino, in cooperation with the Caltrans District 8, will widen the Central Avenue interchange at the SR 60 bridge to accommodate three through-lanes and double left-turn lanes in both the northbound and southbound directions and will widen the existing eastbound and westbound on-ramps to SR 60 from one lane to 2 through lanes and a carpool lane.
- Learn more about SBCTA's SR 60 / Central Widening Project.
The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) continues work on the Bridge Replacement Project on State Route 60 (SR-60), part of the 60 Swarm to replace Pipeline Avenue, Monte Vista Avenue and Benson Avenue bridge structures. Construction work may cause minor vibrations and noise during construction hours. We appreciate your patience while crews work diligently to complete the project.
For up to date information call the 60 Swarm hotline at 833-607-9276 or Learn more about the Caltrans' 60 Swarm Project.
Unplanned Road Closures
There are no unplanned road closures at this time.