Construction Update week of Nov. 14, 2022
Water service disruption will occur in this stage the week of Nov. 14. Residents received a door hanger with the date of the planned disruption. Schedules may vary from flyer due to field conditions, crews will reach out.
Irrigation relocation and repairs along with landscaping reseeding work will occur for the next few weeks.
Sun Gold Street
Driveway and sidewalk construction activities continues in conjunction working east towards Rubidoux Street. Water service disruption will be completed on your street by the week of Nov. 14. .
Fire hydrant relocation coming soon.
- ADA ramp construction
- Driveway construction
- Sidewalk construction
- Water meter relocations
- Fire hydrant relocations
- Vegetation removal
- Irrigation work
- Parking restrictions, street parking permitted
- Limited pedestrian access
DRIVEWAY RECONSTRUCTION: During driveway reconstruction residents may not drive on, or park in the driveway for up to 12 days, which may only include one weekend. PLEASE PARK ACROSS THE STREET. Crews will demolish, excavate, grade, form, place concrete, cure, remove forms, and then backfill, this is a moving operation. Sidewalk construction begins where driveways are complete.
After NEW concrete is placed, residents may walk on driveways or sidewalks after 4 hours, if necessary, but waiting 24 hours is recommended. Residents may NOT drive or park on driveway for 72 hours.
Saw cutting work prepares for driveway demolition, excavation, and reconstruction. Affected residents can expect large machinery, loud noises and dust during working hours.
WATER METER & FIRE HYDRANT RELOCATIONS: Water service may be disrupted for up to 3 – 5 hours once your water is shut off. Residents will receive a door hanger with the date and instructions for the planned disruption.
VEGETATION REMOVAL: Vegetation clearing continues. Please remove any plants or shrubs in the marked project area that you would like to save.
POTHOLING: Potholing, where crews cut holes in the ground/street to investigate what’s underground. This is a moving operation, please watch for crews working in the street.
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