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Completed Projects
Las Flores Canyon Creek & Park Restoration
Completed in 2016, the project created Las Flores Creek Park, and restored and preserved the creek with planting of native species

FY 2015-2016 Street Maintenance Project
The project work includes street overlay, slurry seal, pavement repair, traffic striping, and appurtenant work.

PCH Safety Study
Completed in July 2015, the study focused on developing solutions to improve safety along the highway.

Broad Beach Road Biofiltration Project
Completed in 2015, the project prevents and treats dry weather and wet-weather flows that might otherwise discharge to the ASBS

PCH Bike Route Improvement Project
Completed in 2015, the project added a dedicated bike route on PCH, and other improvements were made on the highway from Busch Dr to the western city limits

PCH Bus Stop Improvements Project
This project, completed in 2015, enhances safety for those using public transportation along PCH

Wildlife Road Treatment & Outreach Project
Completed in 2015, this project prevents dry-weather and wet-weather flows from discharging into the ASBS

Street Maintenance Project - FY 2014-2015
The 2014-2015 phase of the City's five-year Pavement Management Plan included street maintenance and safety improvements on Corral Cyn Rd, Latigo Cyn Rd, Rambla Vista Rd, and Zumirez Dr.

Council Chambers Broadcast Updates
Completed in 2014, upgraded camera, video and lighting systems improved the quality of internet and TV screening of meetings and events in the Council Chambers/Civic Theater.

PCH/Big Rock Drive Intersection Improvements
In 2014, the installation of a left turn signal improved safety for motorists turning onto Big Rock Dr from PCH.

PCH & Kanan Dume Intersection
Completed in 2014, this project realigned, extended, and upgraded the truck arrester bed to current standards, improving safety on Kanan and at the busy intersection with PCH.

Malibu Library Renewal Project
In 2012, the City and LA County completed this $5.7 million joint project to revitalize the Malibu Library, paying homage to the area’s history and introducing cutting-edge technology.

Electric Vehicle Charging Station
In 2011, the City installed and upgraded three new electric vehicle charging stations on Civic Center Way, available to the public free of charge, 24/7.

New City Hall - 23825 Stuart Ranch Road
In 2011, the City opened the doors to its new, LEED certified City Hall.

Malibu Legacy Park Project
Completed in 2010, Legacy Park, an environmental cleaning machine and living learning center, is the centerpiece of the City’s $50 million commitment to improve ocean water quality and public health.

Trancas Canyon Park
In 2010, the City celebrated the opening of its newest community park, which featured a multi-use sports field, playgrounds, a picnic area, and dog park.

Corral Canyon Traffic Signal
Completed in 2009, this new signal improved safety for local residents entering PCH, as well as all who travel through the area.

Cross Creek Road Improvements
Completed in 2008, this project combined improved safety and environmental features with an aesthetically pleasing streetscape for the Civic Center's main arterial street.

Solstice Creek Bridge Replacement Project
Completed in 2008, this City project demolished and replaced the old bridge to remove barriers and improve the migration of steelhead trout in the Solstice Canyon Creek Watershed.

Civic Center Stormwater Treatment Facility
Completed in 2007, this facility reduced contamination entering Malibu Lagoon and Surfrider Beach.

PCH Speed Advisory Signs
In 2007, the City installed six solar-powered speed advisory signs on PCH by Tuna Canyon Rd, Puerco Canyon Rd, Heathercliff Rd, Zuma Beach, Malibu Cove Colony Dr, and between Las Flores and Big Rock.

Safe Routes to School - Point Dume
Completed in 2006, the City's second SR2S project created a safe, ADA-compliant, environment-friendly walkway for students walking to Point Dume Marine Science Elementary School.

Winter Canyon Traffic Signal
In 2006, the City installed a new traffic signal to reduce traffic speeds on Civic Center Way and improve safety for students of Webster Elementary School and Our Lady of Malibu School.

Zumirez Drive Realignment Project
Completed in 2005, the alignment of the north and south segments of Zumirez Dr at PCH and a new traffic signal provided safe access for local residents and improved safety for all motorists.

Safe Routes to School - Morning View Drive
Completed in 2003, this project provided a safe walkway for students from PCH to Malibu High School & Middle School, and Juan Cabrillo Elementary School.

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