On July 12, 2016 the City Council approved two construction contracts to overlay and slurry seal streets throughout the City as described in the staff report. In late August, this program was approved to proceed forward in designated areas of the City. Below is a brief update on the project, including the most current list of streets to be closed for street repairs.
October 10 Project Update
All of the streets scheduled for an overlay have been completed, along with the replacement of 67 curb ramp throughout the City. The micro-surfacing of Olsen Road and Kimber Drive have been completed, with striping and 17 miles of new a new Slurry Seal on select streets.
During construction, road closures and limitations on street parking and driving may be necessary. Access will be limited to some properties during construction. Street parking will be prohibited in certain areas 8AM-5PM. Seven day advance construction notice will be provided, but providing an exact date is not possible. A 48-hour "No Parking" notice for streets will also posted. Please stay clear of the coned areas for the safety of residents and construction workers.
The most current streets closure schedule is provided below.
To find out if your street is included, please access the online mapping tool. A list of Frequently Asked Questions is also provided below.
Project Time Frame:
This project started in August and will be finished by November 2016.
This project is funded by the City's portion of local gas tax, Federal and State Cal Recycle Grant Funds, Developer Fee's, Enterprise Funds and General Funds. Additional information on the City's funding of programs are included in the City's 2016 Fiscal Sustainability Study.
The 2016 program will rehabilitate 24 miles of streets Citywide, including the use of crumb rubber from recycled tires. This project will also reconstruct 68 curb ramps to comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements.