City of Newport Beach, California

Population (Year): 84792  (2021)

The City of Newport Beach faces several infrastructure challenges that affect the quality of life for its residents. One of the significant issues is the need to improve the city’s aging water and sewer systems to ensure reliable and efficient service. Another challenge is the maintenance and expansion of roads, bridges, and transportation systems to accommodate the growing population and visitors. The city also needs to address the issue of sea-level rise and coastal erosion, which can threaten critical infrastructure and endanger public safety. Additionally, the city must invest in affordable housing and social services to address the housing crisis and support vulnerable populations. Overall, addressing these infrastructure challenges requires significant investment in the city’s water, transportation, coastal, and housing systems.

City of Newport Beach

Sample Highlights from the Capital Improvement Plan

Project ID

Project Title

Project Start Year

Project Description

Project Spend Total

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Project Satus


Zone 3 and 4 Pump Station Upgrades


The City operates five water pump stations which maintain water pressure across the City. This project provides for the rehabilitation and upgrade of the Zone 3 and Zone 4 pump stations, both located at Big Canyon Reservoir.





Birch Street Pavement Rehabilitation – MacArthur to Jamboree


“As part of the Pavement Management Plan, Birch Street from MacArthur Boulevard to Jamboree Road will be
rehabilitated. Existing pavement will be cold milled and overlaid with asphalt concrete. Deteriorated concrete
improvements at isolated locations will also be reconstructed. Plans and specifications will be prepared by a
consultant. Construction will be performed by a private contractor.”



Not Started


Carnation Avenue Sewer Main Replacement


This replaces an existing sewer main located underneath Carnation Avenue. Design will be performed by a consultant. Construction will be performed by a private contractor.



Not Started


Fire Station No. 6 Living Quarters Replacement (Mariners)


“This project designs and builds new living quarters for the 3-crew Fire Station No. 6. The current facility, located
at 1348 Irvine Avenue, was constructed in 1957. The station’s apparatus bay was completely replaced in 2018.
This project includes, but is not limited to, designing and constructing fire personnel sleep area, restrooms,
kitchen, day-use area, storage and dining room.”



Not Started


West Newport Street Ends Concrete Pavement Reconstruction


“As part of the Pavement Management Plan, the concrete pavement on various street ends between 20th Street
and 42nd Street will be removed and reconstructed. Plans and specifications will be prepared by a consultant.
Construction will be performed by a private contractor.”



Not Started

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  4. A timetable for the construction or completion of the project
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