City Project Highlights


The Public Works Department is working on a wide variety of capital projects such as City buildings, roadway improvements, parks, and utilities.  Projects are underway in various phases such as planning, studies, design, and/or construction.  A report has been prepared to provide status information on a portion of the active Capital Improvement Program (CIP) projects.  View the latest Quarterly CIP Project Highlights report.  If you have any questions about the projects, please email


Fayette Park

The City, in conjunction with the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC), has completed the design of a new public park on SFPUC property.  The park site runs between El Camino Real and Fayette Drive, west of San Antonio Road.  View the design of the new park.  Construction is well underway and should be completed in late spring 2021.  For more information, contact Anne Marie Starr by email at or (650) 903-6311.



The Shoreline Bus Lane project will provide transportation improvements to and from the North Bayshore Area. These improvements on Shoreline Boulevard from Middlefield Road to Pear Avenue aim to reduce transit travel time and improve transit efficiency, reliability, and safety.

Project Features:

  • A dedicated center-running, reversible bus lane - operating northbound in the morning, and southbound in the afternoon - on Shoreline Boulevard between Middlefield Road and Pear Avenue
  • Protected bike lanes on Shoreline Boulevard between Middlefield Road and Terra Bella Avenue and additional bike lane safety  improvements
  • A protected intersection at Middlefield Road and Shoreline Boulevard, and wider sidewalks for pedestrians
  • Additional turning lanes and traffic light improvements


To complete a project of this scale, disruptions including lane and sidewalk closures are necessary. Wherever possible, work is scheduled to minimize impact on the community.

Key Milestones and Impacts (dates and work scope subject to change):

  • Utility Replacements & Relocations – Spring / Summer 2021
    Impacts include:  Tree removal, temporary lane and sidewalk closures, temporary night road closures and detours, temporary water disruptions
  • Street and Median Widening – Fall 2021 to Spring 2022
    Impacts include:  Permanent closure of the northbound left turn entrance to 101/85, shifting of traffic lanes, temporary lane and sidewalk closures, driveway access, sign relocations
  • Construction of Protected Bike Lanes and Dedicated Bus Lane – Spring / Summer 2022
    Impacts include:  Temporary closures of bike lanes and traffic lanes
  • Lane Striping and Landscaping – Fall 2022
    Impacts include:  Temporary closures of bike lanes and traffic lanes

Additional Information:

Project Update, Council Report - September 3, 2019

Heritage Tree Removal Mitigation, Memo - April 18, 2018

Project Design Approval, Council Report - September 6, 2016

Presentation to Council - September 6, 2016

Construction Phase 1 Overview

For more information, contact Andy Chang, Senior Civil Engineer, at (650) 903-6311 or email

Rengstorff avenue Grade Separation Project

The City of Mountain View and the Peninsula Corridor Joint Powers Board (JPB) have been collaborating on the Preliminary Engineering and Environmental Clearance Phase of the Rengstorff Avenue Grade Separation Project.  A community meeting was held November 2, 2020, in which staff presented proposed project features, layout, temporary construction impact and received community input.
The project proposes to depress the intersection of Rengstorff Avenue and Central Expressway to enhance safety, traffic flow, railroad operational safety and traffic movement along adjacent streets and intersections.  The proposed project includes the following features: Leland Connector to maintain vehicle access to La Plaza Market, an Americans with Disabilities Act-compliant pathway to provide access between Crisanto Avenue and Rengstorff Avenue, a bicycle/pedestrian overcrossing to maintain east-west connection across Rengstorff Avenue, and the elevated train tracks to completely separate the train from vehicle, pedestrian and bicycle traffic on Rengstorff Avenue.
The Preliminary Engineering and Environmental Clearance Phase is scheduled to be completed early 2021 and staff is planning to continue on to the final design phase in 2021 pending funding availability.

Presentation Slides
Meeting Recording


A new park is coming to your neighborhood along Fayette Drive near San Antonio Road!  Conceptual plans for the park have been prepared based on community input and comments from the Parks and Recreation Commission meeting.

A recommended conceptual plan and proposed park name will be reviewed by the City Council for approval on April 13, 2021, at 6:30 p.m. (or as soon as the item can be heard).  This item is on Consent and unless Council requests to discuss it, will be approved with the other consent items in one motion.  Register to join the meeting here.

Community Meeting 1 Presentation Slides - August 27, 2020

Community Meeting 2 Presentation Slides - November 5, 2020

Community Meeting 2 - Recording - November 5, 2020

For more information, contact Marichrisse Hoang at

Magical Bridge Playground

A Magical Bridge Playground is coming to Rengstorff Park.  On September 22, 2020, City Council approved the park concept (below).  The project will now continue with design and will be scheduled for bid and construction in early summer 2021.

For further information, contact Rey Rodriguez of the Public Works Department at (650) 903-6527 or email

Rengstorff Park Aquatics Center Project

On September 9, 2020, City staff presented  the proposed schematic design, a heritage tree removal and mitigation plan, as well as an increased funding request for the design project to the Parks and Recreation Commission (PRC).  After staff's presentation and hearing comments from the public, the PRC voted to recommend that Council approve the schematic design for advancement to the detailed design phase.  The PRC also supported forwarding a request to Council to increase funding from the Park Land Dedication Fund by $1.6M so that design could be completed.   Additionally, in their role as the City’s Urban Forestry Board, the PRC also approved removal of up to nine heritage trees and a 2:1 replacement mitigation plan.

Staff sought approval from Council of the schematic design and related items for the Rengstorff Park Aquatics Center Replacement Project, 18-38, as part of the Consent Calendar on Tuesday, October 27, 2020.  The meeting was broadcast live at,  on YouTube  at, and on Comcast Channel 26.

Visit the Project website at .

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Shoreline Boulevard at Highway 101 Bicycle/Pedestrian Bridge Project

The City Council reviewed preliminary concepts and provided direction for a new bicycle/pedestrian bridge that will cross Highway 101 at Shoreline Boulevard with bicycle and pedestrian facilities extended from Terra Bella Avenue to Pear Avenue along Shoreline Boulevard at a City Council Study Session on April 28, 2020.  View the project location and presentation given to Council.

If you have any questions about this project, please contact Tina Tseng, Senior Civil Engineer, at

Charleston Park Improvements

Google, in conjunction with the City of Mountain View, will be making improvements to the southern end of Charleston Park located in North Bayshore.  The park improvements result from transportation improvements approved by City Council for consolidated transit pull-out stops along the park’s frontage on Charleston Road.  Google is currently constructing the active transportation elements including:  sidewalks, two-way cycle tracks, a transit area with bus pull-out, bicycle parking areas, and landscaping buffers between each one of these facilities between Shoreline Boulevard and Huff Avenue.  See proposed concept map.  Construction started in early March. 

Charleston Road Crossing at Permanente Creek Trail

The City will make modifications on Charleston Road to eliminate parts of the median and add a signalized crosswalk at Permanente Creek Trail.  Construction activities began in February.

EVANDALE Park construction 

Evandale Park opened on November 13, 2020.  For more information, contact Marichrisse Hoang at  






Mora Park Design

A new park is coming to your neighborhood at the corner of Ortega Avenue and Mora Drive (see map).  On October 1, 2019, City Council approved the park concept and the name "Mora Park".  The new park is scheduled for bid and construction in winter 2021.

For more information, contact Marichrisse Hoang at 650-903-6311 or email


A new park is coming to your neighborhood at the corner of Pyramid Way and Infinity Way (see map).  On October 29, 2019, City Council approved the park concept and the name "Pyramid Park".  The bid documents will be completed for bidding starting January 2021 with construction to be completed early fall 2021.

For more information, contact Rey Rodriguez, Senior Project Manager, at (650) 903-6311 or

Wyandotte Park

The Wyandotte Park opened on October 30, 2020.  For more information, email Rey Rodriguez, Senior Project Manager, at