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See a list of Completed Projects here.

Hot Spot Street Repairs (DPW 15-09)

March 8, 2016
One of the Hot Spot Repair locations is Ramada Drive, near Highway 46 west. This has been an ongoing temporary repair by the City's Street Maintenance Staff. It has finally been repaired permanently, and attached are some photos of the work.

Spring Street Repairs - 1st to 10th (DPW 12-12F-2)

August 26, 2016
Spring street final paving schedule has changed. It will now start the evening of September 6th. The change in schedule is because of complications to complete the storm drain pipelines at 6th and spring.

July 15, 2016
Work is continuing to repair Spring Street - 1st to 10th. Contractor is finishing up on sewer line replacement, removed the temporary sewer bypass lines and pumps, and is working with PRWD to replace water lines and valves at 5th Street. The contractor also installed a new curb ramp along with a grouted rip rap swale at intersection of 8th Street and Spring Street and performed some sidewalk, driveway and curb and gutter repairs.

June 13, 2016
Contractor has been concentrating their work at 8th and Spring.  The sewer and water upgrades are complete. This week, they should finish with the storm drains.  They will then do the sewer upgrades between 5th and 7th.

The work is being done in the evening hours because sometimes, the water service will need to be shut off and the adjacent businesses cannot operate without water. In addition, working at night keeps the traffic along Spring Street "flowing" so as not to impede customer access to the surrounding businesses.

In addition to the pipeline work, the contractor may also be performing concrete repairs of curbs, gutters and sidewalks.  This operation should not affect traffic flow and  will be performed during the daytime hours.

May 17, 2016
The contractor is currently installing a temporary sewer bypass system.  Once in place, then the old sewer mains can be removed from service so that they can be replaced.  Old sewer manholes are also being replaced. At the same time, video detection cameras are being installed at the traffic signals at 1st, 4th, 6th, and 10th. The pipeline work (sewer, water, storm drains) will take approximately 8-10 weeks to complete before the final paving repairs will

HWY 101/46 West Interchange Modification Project

Project information



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