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.

Summer 2017 work is expected to be completed prior to the first day of school (August 22) with the exception of some striping work, which should not impact access to local schools.

Striping

August 18 to September 11

Lunita Road, Bailard Road, Bunnie Lane, Cottontail Lane, Trancas Cyn Road, Seastar Dr, Surfside Way, Guernsey Avenue, Deerhead Road, Harvester Road, Filaree Heights Avenue, Floris Heights Road, Clover Heights Avenue, Merritt Dr, Baden Pl, Rainsford Pl, Bonsall Dr, Westward Beach Road, Birdview Avenue

Westward Beach Road (PCH to Birdview Avenue) striping will be performed on Wednesday, September 6, between 6 a.m. to Noon Temporary "No Parking" notifications were properly posted on Friday, September 1.

Striping Traffic Control

Rolling lane closures implemented using flaggers and other traffic control devices. Delays should be minimal, but drivers should use caution when passing through construction zones.

Slurry Seal - COMPLETE

Slurry seal work previously scheduled on Friday, August 11, has been cancelled. The revised schedule has work to be conducted August 14 to 22 (no work on weekends). View or download the Revised Schedule, which is sorted by street name.

Residents will receive notification three days in advance of work scheduled on their specific streets.

Slurry Seal Traffic Control

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

Pavement Repairs - COMPLETE

August 7 to 8

Big Rock Dr

August 10

Westward Beach Road, and Birdview Avenue

Pavement Repair Traffic Control

Intermittent and rolling lane closures implemented using flaggers and other traffic control devices. Delays should be expected, and drivers should use caution when passing through construction zones.

Asphalt Rubber Hot Mix Overlay (ARHM) - COMPLETE

August 4 & 7

Guernsey Avenue

August 7 & 8

Rainsford Pl, Baden Pl

ARHM 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

  • First property notifications were posted on July 20.
  • Additional notifications will be posted on ARHM locations 2 to 3 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 Trancas Cyn Road, Guernsey Avenue, and Westward Beach Road

Project Funding

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