Bundy Canyon Road Widening Project
The City of Wildomar completed road improvements (Phase I) in May 2023.
The installation of traffic signals at Sellers Road and Monte Vista Road are completed and now online to coincide with the complete reopening of Bundy Canyon to traffic. Traffic Striping and Signage is also completed.
The City is working with the contractor to close the project and finish punch-list items.
Feel free to contact the City if you have any questions or concerns.
Please use caution when driving through construction areas in the city, and please follow all traffic control signs and direction from project traffic control personnel.
Please expect delays when driving through the construction area. Construction Zone speed limits are strictly enforced.
Questions or Concerns
Please contact Cameron Luna, Project Manager, regarding any questions or concerns related to this project.
- Email Cameron Luna
- Phone: 951-677-7751, ext. 245
The Bundy Canyon Road Improvement Project, Segment 1, includes the widening of Bundy Canyon Road from Cherry St. to approximately 1600' east of Oak Canyon Dr. The existing road will be widened from two lanes to four lanes, with turn lanes. Bike lanes will be included from the I-15 freeway northbound ramps to Monte Vista Dr., where the bike lanes will connect to a future Class 1 pedestrian and bicycle trail, planned for construction in the next few years. Improvements will also include new sidewalks, new storm drains, and other related roadway improvements. Two new traffic signals will also be installed at the intersections of Sellers Road and at Monte Vista Dr.
Project Schedule & Contractor Info
- Construction originally began in April 2021 and is expected to be complete in April 2023.
- Contractor for Phase I of the Bundy Canyon project is James Mcminn Inc. (JMI)
The total estimated construction cost is approximately $7,774,445.
Project Funding Sources include:
- Measure AA
- RCTC (Riverside County Transportation Commission)
- TUMF (Transportation Uniform Mitigation Fee)
- Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District (RCFC&WCD)
- Local Grants (RCTC SB 821 funds)
- EVMWD Cooperative Agreement (Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District)
- Development Impact Fees
- Developer Cash-in-Lieu Contributions