Santa Paula, CA – The City’s paving contractors, J&H Engineering General Contractor, Inc., Pavement Coatings, Co., and Super Seal & Stripe, will be performing road maintenance work on various streets throughout the City as part of the Fiscal Year 2020-2021 Citywide Street Maintenance Project. Scope of work for Phase II of the Citywide Street Maintenance consists of performing a thin asphalt overlay on City streets. This project will improve the overall ride quality and structural integrity of the pavement and ultimately extend the service life of these streets for many years.
The City’s Street Maintenance Program is designed to ensure City streets that are in good condition remain that way over a much longer period of time while significantly reducing the amount of costly pavement rehabilitation and reconstruction work in the future.
Construction is anticipated to begin the week of August 24, 2020 and end October 2020. Hours of operation are scheduled from 7:00AM to 5:00PM, Monday through Friday. Scheduled street maintenance operations will affect seven (7) street sections, as shown on the project site plan below. Some streets may be temporarily closed off during construction. Residents will be notified in advance when street parking will be affected via, mailed postcards, door hangers and street posted no-parking signs.
Your patience and cooperation while construction is underway and the unavoidable inconvenience of traffic delays that are typically associated with this type of work will be greatly appreciated. If you have any questions or concerns regarding this project, please contact the Public Works Department at (805) 933-4212.
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When is the administration going to this city-wide? The problems are all over Santa Paula. We need more investment in infrastructure.
We’ve noticed the streets surrounding our street got paved but yet our street La Vuelta has yet to be touched, in front of our house the asphalt is broken into large rocks and is dangerous it has been damaging to our car tires for quite some time. Will our street be a part of the City Wide Maintance?