Annual Street Maintenance

Project Overview

The City's Street Maintenance Project is part of the City's approved five-year Pavement Management Plan (PMP). The PMP provides a systematic and consistent method for assessing street maintenance and rehabilitation needs, providing optimal time for maintenance and rehabilitation of every City-owned street. Project work includes rubberized asphalt overlay, slurry seal, pavement repair, cold milling, demolition, traffic control, utility work, signage, traffic striping, and appurtenant work. The Project is intended to improve and maintain the quality of the roadway, and ensure that the City's local road network continues to meet the current and future needs of the community.

traffic control

Traffic lanes will be reduced to one lane with control implemented using flaggers and other traffic control devices. Delays should be expected, and drivers should use caution when passing through construction zones.

Resident Notifications

  • Residential notifications will go out 3 days prior to the commencement of work.
  • Additional notifications will be posted on ARHM (Asphalt Rubber Hot Mix) locations two to three days prior to scheduled work.
  • Slurry Seal locations will receive an additional notice from the slurry contractor once exact dates are confirmed. Notifications will include project schedule, access details, and parking concerns.
  • Changeable Message Signs (CMS) - Three CMS with project information are located at Big Rock Drive, Rambla Vista (West) and Carbon Canyon.* 

*Subject to location change


Begin Date:  November 1, 2018

End Date:  December 31, 2018

Work Hours: Monday to Friday, 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Pavement Repairs:  November 1 - November 23, 2018

Paving (ARHM) / Slurry Sealing:  November 5 - December 7, 2018

Striping:  November 8 - December 14

*Subject to change


For details of weekly work scheduled and affected streets, visit the Alert Center. To receive e-notification of scheduled work, subscribe to Traffic Advisories at


The Project is funded by Traffic Safety Funds, Proposition C, Measure R Annual Allocation, and contributions from the City's General Fund.