Oak Park Boulevard and Monticello Avenue

The City has hired BKF Engineers to design the Oak Park Boulevard and Monticello Avenue Improvement Project.  Oak Park Boulevard will be widened (along the north side) between the East Bay Municipal Utility District trail and the western edge of the existing library property in order to accommodate new turn lanes, bike lanes and a new traffic signal at the Oak Park Boulevard/Monticello Avenue intersection.  Monticello Avenue will be completely reconstructed between Oak Park Boulevard and Santa Barbara Road.  It will serve as the grand entryway to the new Pleasant Hill Library, Recreation & Park sports fields, residential housing, and Pleasant Hill Middle School.  When completed, the project will provide wider sidewalks, bicycle lanes, utility upgrades, drought tolerant landscape, and ornamental LED street lighting along Oak Park Boulevard and Monticello Avenue.

​The City is contributing $1,358,540 in Measure K funds and Contra Costa County and the Recreation & Park District are contributing a combined $3,460,686.  The total project cost is estimated at $4,819,226.