BUBBLING WELLS NEIGHBORHOOD – A county transportation project to repair a street in the county’s unincorporated area near the City of Desert Hot Springs has been completed.
The Camino Aventura Resurfacing Project reconstructed a quarter-mile segment of Camino Aventura, between Bubbling Wells Road and Yerxa Road, in the neighborhood around Bubbling Wells Elementary School.
Camino Aventura was in deteriorated shape, requiring pavement reconstruction. The work consisted of removing the existing asphalt concrete pavement and repaving with hot mix asphalt concrete, essentially rebuilding the road in that section.
“I am happy to see another improvement by the Riverside County Transportation Department,” said Supervisor V. Manuel Perez. “We continue to invest in our local road infrastructure and do road repairs, which bring up pavement conditions throughout the county and improve the community with better and safer roads to drive on.”
The neighborhood around Bubbling Wells Elementary School is an unincorporated community of Riverside County. The neighborhood did not have sidewalks when it was developed. Over the last decade, Riverside County has built a network of sidewalk improvements to provide safe routes to school. The City of Desert Hot Springs has also made improvements including a traffic signal, crosswalks, and creation of a safety corridor on Palm Drive to enhance safety for pedestrians near this neighborhood.
Construction of the Camino Aventura road repair project was done by Hardy & Harper, Inc. of Lake Forest. The cost of construction was $432,000, and was funded from the county’s SB 1 funds, generated from the gas taxes and vehicle registration fees paid by motorists.
Work on the project began in late March and was completed this week.
Captions – Photos from the Riverside County Transportation Department show Camino Aventura at the start and after the completion of the road repair project.
Supervisor V. Manuel Perez represents the eastern two-thirds of Riverside County on the Riverside County Board of Supervisors. Stretching from Palm Springs and Desert Hot Springs, south to the Salton Sea and east to Blythe and the Colorado River, the 4th District is the largest geographical district in the county.
Supervisor Perez’s office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.