The Coffey Park and Fountaingrove Neighborhood Road Disaster Recovery project will rehabilitate 33-miles of residential streets damaged as a result of the debris removal operation following the Tubbs Fire.
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Visit the project website at www.NeighborhoodRoadRecovery.com for project information and to subscribe for email updates.
Once the contractor, Argonaut Constructors, announces the sequence of work, specific schedule information will be available on the project website www.NeighborhoodRoadRecovery.com and emailed to residents who subscribe for updates on the website. A community meeting is being planned to discuss the project and respond to residents questions and concerns as more information is made available.
Overall, the project is expected to get underway in late 2023 or early 2024, and is anticipated to last for approximately 18 months. Please note the schedule is subject to change depending on weather and unanticipated circumstances.
This project includes significant roadway repairs and resurfacing, as well as the replacement of concrete ADA compliant curb ramps across 33 miles of residential roadways. Residents and businesses will be notified in advance of any road construction occurring in their respective neighborhoods. While the work is underway in a specific area there will be on-street parking restrictions. At times there will be limited access to driveways, potentially up to several hours. On days when trash pickup is scheduled, there will be designated areas for residents to leave their receptacles so that they will be accessible to the trash trucks. Finally, mail and package delivery, bus service, and public safety vehicles will be accommodated.
For more information visit the project website, the City's Capital Improvement Project webpage, and Road Recovery Projects webpage.