Redwood City to Start Neighborhood Street Improvements This October

Various street projects to be completed by mid-November

REDWOOD CITY, CALIF.–The City of Redwood City’s neighborhood street improvements and preventative maintenance program schedule will begin this October with all projects planned for completion by mid-November. Residents in the area were notified by the City’s street improvements contractor this week as part of the City’s regularly planned street improvements process. The goals of the preventative maintenance program are to improve the condition and extend the life of local roadways within Redwood City.

The City preventative maintenance program includes four types of improvements including chip seal, spot repair, slurry seal and striping. Chip seal and spot repair improvements are scheduled for early October and will be completed by mid-October. Slurry seal improvements are also scheduled for October and will be completed by the end of the month. Striping will start in November and will be completed by mid-November.

Residents and motorists to select areas below may experience some inconvenience during the roadwork including: temporary parking displacement, dust, detours, and periodic lane closures. “No Parking” and “Street Closed” signs will be posted during working hours and when appropriate at least 48 hours in advance. All roadway users are asked to be particularly cautious during construction. If possible, motorists should use alternate routes during the work in order to avoid delays.

General work hours will be between 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. During the main part of the work, streets will normally be reopened to traffic by 5 p.m. However, streets may be closed later if necessary to allow the new surfacing to fully “cure.” Appropriate signage will be posted in the area.

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2014-2015 Neighborhood Resurfacing Project Details

Chip Seal (October 6 – 12, tentative)

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STREET NAME

FROM

TO

ARCH STREET

JAMES AVE

LEXINGTON AVE

AVENUE DEL ORA

SOUTH PLACE

JAMES AVE

BIRCH STREET

JAMES AVE

LEXINGTON AVE

CLINTON STREET

JAMES AVE

JEFFERSON AVE

DUANE STREET

JAMES AVE

HARRISON AVE

EAGLE HILL TER

AVENUE DEL ORA

END

ELWOOD STREET

JAMES AVE

HOPKINS AVE

FULTON STREET

JAMES AVE

HOPKINS AVE

GRAND STREET

JEFFERSON AVE

HOPKINS AVE

HARRISON AVE

EL CAMINO REAL

CLINTON STREET

HARRISON AVE

CLINTON STREET

CLEVELAND ST

HARRISON AVE

CLEVELAND ST

END/FULTON

HARRISON AVE

END/FULTON

GRAND STREET

HARRISON AVE

GRAND STREET

JAMES AVE

HILLVIEW AVE

JAMES AVE

HARDING

HILLVIEW AVE

HARDING

OUTER CIRCLE

HILLVIEW AVE

OUTER CIRCLE

HOPKINS AVE

INNER CIRCLE

JAMES AVE

END

IRIS STREET

JEFFERSON AVE

JAMES AVE

IRIS STREET

JAMES AVE

KATHERINE AVE

IRIS STREET

KATHERINE             

BREWSTER AVE

IRIS STREET

BREWSTER             

HOPKINS AVE

JETER STREET

JEFFERSON AVE

KATHERINE AVE

JETER STREET

KATHERINE AVE

HOPKINS AVE

KATHERINE AVE

ELWOOD STREET

FULTON STREET

KATHERINE AVE

FULTON STREET

KING STREET

KATHERINE AVE

KING STREET

MYRTLE STREET

KATHERINE AVE

MYRTLE STREET

NEVADA STREET

KING STREET

JEFFERSON AVE

KATHERINE AVE

KING STREET

KATHERINE AVE

HOPKINS AVE

LEXINGTON AVE

ARCH STREET

CLINTON STREET

KING STREET

KATHERINE AVE

HOPKINS AVE

LOWELL STREET

BREWSTER AVE

HOPKINS AVE

MYRTLE STREET

JEFFERSON AVE

JAMES AVE

MYRTLE STREET

JAMES AVE

BREWSTER AVE

MYRTLE STREET

BREWSTER AVE

HOPKINS AVE

NEVADA STREET

JAMES AVE

BREWSTER AVE

NEVADA STREET

BREWSTER AVE

HOPKINS AVE

OPAL AVE

BREWSTER AVE

HOPKINS AVE

OUTER CIRCLE

NEVADA STREET

HILLVIEW AVE

QUARTZ STREET

JEFFERSON AVE

ST FRANCIS ST

SOUTH GATE

INNER CIRCLE

BREWSTER AVE

SOUTH PLACE

ST FRANCIS ST

AVENUE DEL ORA

STANLEY STREET

WESTGATE ST

BREWSTER AVE

TOPAZ STREET

JEFFERSON AVE

HARDING AVE

TOPAZ STREET

HARDING AVER

BREWSTER AVE

ADAMS STREET

JEFFERSON AVE

HARRISON AVE

RUBYS TREET

JEFFERSON AVE

ST FRANCIS ST

Slurry Seal (October 17 – 26, tentative)

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STREET NAME

FROM

TO

ADAMS ST

MADISON

VERA

JAMES AVE

HUDSON

MYRTLE

JAMES AVE

SAPPHIRE

RUBY

JAMES AVE

CITY LIMITS

SAPPHIRE

SAPPHIRE ST

JEFFERSON

ST. FRANCIS

VERA AVE

HUDSON

ADAM

Spot Repair (October 8-9 Seaport, October 19-24 Chestnut, tentative)

STREET NAME

FROM

TO

SEAPORT BOULEVARD

SEAPORT COURT

CHESAPEAKE STREET

CHESTNUT STREET

EL CAMINO REAL

HELLER STREET

About Redwood City
The City of Redwood City is a San Francisco Bay Area community located in the heart of Silicon Valley, the technology-rich region extending from the San Francisco shoreline to the foothills of the Santa Cruz Mountains. Redwood City is the third largest city within the County of San Mateo, with over 84,000 residents. The city enjoys an average of 255 sunny days a year, which it boasts via the city slogan: “Climate Best by Government Test”. Incorporated in 1867, Redwood City is home to the San Mateo County History Museum (located in the county’s old courthouse) and the only active deep water port within the south bay of San Francisco. The city’s vibrant downtown, quickly becoming known as the entertainment hub of the San Francisco Peninsula, offers residents, visitors, and businesses a unique retail, entertainment, and restaurant experience. For more information, visit the City of Redwood City’s website at www.redwoodcity.org or follow @RedwoodCity on Twitter.

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