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2016 Microsurfacing and Curb Ramp Program
Contact
Public Works Department, Engineering Division
Ph: (510) 215-4382

Jesse Alaniz, Contractor
Alaniz Construction, Inc.
Ph: (650) 280-2199


The City of El Cerrito's Public Works Department will begin construction in mid-September of the annual pavement and curb ramp maintenance program for 2016.

The project will include repairs at the following six street segments which currently have minor to moderate distressed pavement:

  • Arlington Boulevard - Barrett Ave. to North City Limit
  • Fairmount Avenue - Ohlone Greenway to San Pablo Avenue
  • Lexington Avenue - Fairmount Avenue to Eureka Avenue
  • Norvell Street - Fairmount Avenue to Eureka Avenue
  • Schmidt Lane - Navellier Street to End
  • Stockton Avenue - Richmond Street to San Pablo Avenue

The contractor will repair localized pavement failures, apply a microsurfacing treatment, install traffic striping and markings, and install twelve new curb ramps.

Construction is Underway!

Weather permitting, on Tuesday and Wednesday, December 6 and 7, 2016 there will be crack fill work at the following locations:

  • Fairmount Avenue - Ohlone Greenway to San Pablo Avenue
  • Norvell Street - Fairmount Avenue to Eureka Avenue
  • Schmidt Lane - Navellier Street to End
  • Stockton Avenue - Richmond Street to San Pablo Avenue

Traffic Impacts:  "No Parking" Signs will be posted on both sides of these streets.  One lane will remain open and will be flagmen controlled.  Please expect delays.

Work Hours: 

  • Fairmount Avenue - Ohlone Greenway to San Pablo Avenue (9:00 am to 4:00 pm)
  • Norvell Street - Fairmount Avenue to Eureka Avenue (8:00 am to 5:00 pm)
  • Schmidt Lane - Navellier Street to End (8:00 am to 5:00 pm)
  • Stockton Avenue - Richmond Street to San Pablo Avenue (9:00 am to 2:00 pm)

Please check back on this website for updates.  If you have any questions before then, please contact Gerardo Avila at (510) 215-4322 or email.  You may also contact the City's Public Works Department at (510) 215-4382 or email.

Your patience during this major construction project is greatly appreciated.







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