Roadway Repair and Resurfacing Project


The project is expected to begin in April 28th and conclude by May 31st of this year 2014. Working hours for the project will be from 7:30am to 5:30pm. This project will perform base and surface repairs and resurfacing of the streets and striping on the neighborhood streets in the following areas: Heather Park Subdivision, Canopy Ln, Garden Ct., and Springbrook Ct.

The first phase of the project will be to digout and remove the failed asphalt surface and base material through the neighborhood. The City Public Works Inspector will mark, in advance, all the areas where the contractor will have to remove the failed street sections. The second phase of the project will be to place a rubberized asphalt overlay on all the streets within the neighborhood followed by new striping. During the construction of the project all travel ways will remain open in the neighborhood. Please note that lane widths will be reduced and that we ask for your cooperation and patience during the period of construction activity. Please note that during both phases of the project temporary traffic control will be in place for access in and around the neighborhood. All residents are encouraged to follow any construction related signs.

“No Parking” signs will be posted 48 hours prior to the actual days of work. The signs will indicate the dates and times during which parking is prohibited. Cars parked within areas posted on these days will be towed to allow work to progress in an effective manner as possible. When the work has been completed in each area, the parking prohibition will end and all signs will be removed. There will be flagmen and other workers directing traffic to ensure the safe passage of all residents and for the safety of our workers.

Emergency vehicles will at all times have full access and will never be restricted to respond in times of need.

The City and its construction team are taking all appropriate steps to minimize inconveniences to the residents without compromising work site safety or quality of work. We appreciate your consideration and cooperation in working with us to complete this important project as efficiently as possible. You may also contact The City of Oakley Project Engineer, Jason Kabalin at (925) 625‐7040 for any questions about this project.

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About Kevin

Mayor - City of Oakley, Data Center Manager of Mainframe Operations and Optimization – USS-POSCO INDUSTRIES, Co-Founder and Board Member - Friends of Oakley A Community Foundation, Advisory Board – Opportunity Junction, Commissioner - Contra Costa Transportation Authority, Board Member - Tri Delta Transit and Transplan
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