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Posted on: August 5, 2019

[ARCHIVED] City Street Colosure


Beginning August 5th through August 9th, McCormack Lane between Bastanchury Road and Mathewson Avenue (1 block north of Bastanchury) will be closed for residential street improvements. The work will consist of removing and replacing two (2) ADA ramps including the concrete spandrel and cross gutter at Bastanchury Road. The concrete spandrel requires several days for curing before traffic loads can be placed on it. The westbound #2 (curb) lane on Bastanchury will also be closed at this intersection during that time. Detours will be in place while this work is taking place. Please utilize Cartlen Drive, Spahn Lane, or Golden Avenue as alternate routes through these dates (see map below). 

This closure is part of the Fiscal Year 2018-19 Residential Street Rehabilitation Project. This project will repave approximately 198,000 square feet of residential streets as well as remove and replace broken concrete sidewalk panels, curbs and gutters as well as reconstruct the existing ADA curb ramps to ensure they are fully compliant with current ADA standards. The condition of the pavement on these streets is among the worst in the City and each street will be repaved with new rubberized asphalt. The project is funded almost entirely with SB1 Gas Tax revenues that California voters decided not to repeal last November. Work on this project began on July 8th and is estimated to be completed by mid-September 2019. Click here to view the project map. 

For more information about the City’s current capital improvement projects, please click here. We appreciate your patience and cooperation through this inconvenience as we set out to improve your streets.

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