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MC2020-01 Slurry Seal Maintenance Project

Project Update

2020 Slurry Streets -Updated 8-05-2020 - Street Names
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Starting Tuesday, September 08, 2020, the contractor will begin placing the slurry seal on various city streets within the project boundaries. Streets will be closed temporarily while the work is taking place and to allow ample time for the slurry seal to cure. The contractor will sequence the work to minimize impacts to the public. There will be “No Parking” signage indicating the specific dates work will be performed in that area. To ensure the best final product that will be in place for many years, please obey all temporary traffic control and adhere to the “No Parking” signage.

El Paso Court, Tucson Court, and Walnut Avenue between Allen Avenue and Gladstone Street were added to the Slurry Seal project.

Waste Management will continue to provide services. Please place trash cans at the curb the night before for early morning pick up. Overnight parking will not be enforced within the project area for the duration of this project.

Starting Monday, August 17, 2020, the contractor is scheduled to start to crack sealing various city streets. The rubberized sealant will be visible until the street slurry is placed. Minor traffic impacts may be experienced while crack sealing is performed.

Project Description

MC2020-01 Slurry Seal Maintenance Project will provide pavement maintenance for approximately 3,300,000 square feet of asphalt pavement. The City utilizes a pavement management program to schedule routine maintenance of residential streets which is designed to minimize the cost of ongoing street maintenance. This project was awarded by City Council to Roy Allen Slurry Seal Inc. The project will place the cracked seal on various city streets followed by slurry seal and will conclude with new traffic striping. The entire project will cost $700,000 and construction is scheduled to finish in October. At the end of the project, the slurried streets will have a near new surface that not only protects but provides an aesthetically pleasing finish to the street.

During construction, there will be temporary traffic impacts and traffic may be restricted.  This is necessary to provide adequate safety for passing traffic and construction workers. The City and its Contractor will work to minimize inconvenience as much as possible.  Your cooperation will help reduce the duration of the construction and allow the City to promptly restore normal traffic patterns.

While the short term construction impacts are temporary and inconvenient, its benefits are expected to last for years to come. We would like to thank you in advance for your patience and cooperation during construction. For any questions please contact the City’s Public Works Department at (909) 394-6240 or via email at publicworks@sandimasca.gov.

Civic Center Park Lighting and Sidewalk Project

Project Update

Civic center park project
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Starting the week of September 08, 2020, the contractor is tentatively scheduled to construct street light footings.

Starting Monday, August 10, 2020, the electrical contractor is scheduled to install conduit and pull boxes within Civic Center Park for street lighting. All work will take place within Civic Center Park without impacting vehicle traffic.

Project Description

The Civic Center Park Lighting and Sidewalk Project will construct approximately 7,250 square feet of new decorative concrete sidewalk around Civic Center Park to create a connected ADA accessible walking path. The project will construct twelve new nostalgic street lights along the West, East, and North side of the park which will provide uniform lighting to increase safety. A new on-street ADA accessible parking stall will be constructed and landscape improvements will include new parkway trees on the North and East sides of the park. In addition, the project will construct a new 25-piece fitness equipment area including a shade structure that will be available to the public and for recreation programming in the future. At the end of the project, the park will have a complete walking path with an outdoor fitness center, improved ADA accessibility, landscaping and street lighting.

This project will involve multiple contractors and due to project phasing, coordination, and required concrete cure times, there may be periods when construction is not active. Most of the work will take place within Civic Center Park but there will be times when traffic may be affected on streets surrounding the park. Access for residents to their properties will be impacted.

While the short term construction impacts are temporary and inconvenient, its benefits are expected to last for years to come. We would like to thank you in advance for your patience and cooperation during construction. For any questions please contact the City’s Public Works Department at (909) 394-6240 or via email at publicworks@sandimasca.gov.

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