2018 Curb Ramp and Sidewalk Repair Program

In late November, The Public Works Department began construction of the City's 2018 Curb Ramp and Sidewalk Repair Program. This project involves the construction of 28 curb ramps and repair of sidewalk, curb and gutter locations at close to 30 locations listed below.  The project implements components of the: (a) Central Avenue and Carlson Boulevard Street Improvements Project, (b) Access Modification Program – Streets and Sidewalks, and (c) Sidewalk Infrastructure Maintenance Program. Funding is provided by several sources including the City’s Measure A Street Improvement Fund, SB 1 – Road Maintenance and Rehabilitation Account Fund, and Countywide Measure J Return to Source Fund. Construction is currently anticipated to be completed in March 2019.

Curb ramp locations

  1. Carlson Boulevard at El Dorado Street
  2. Carlson Boulevard at Avila Street
  3. Carlson Boulevard at San Diego Street
  4. Carlson Boulevard at Central Avenue
  5. Central Avenue at Yosemite Street
  6. Central Avenue at Santa Clara Street
  7. Canyon Trail at Mira Vista Drive and Hagen Boulevard
  8. Gladys Avenue at Everett Street and Lawrence Street

Sidewalk and curb and gutter repair locations

  1. Carlson Boulevard at: #3020, #3201
  2. Central Avenue at: #5806 #5813, #5900, #5914, #5929 and at the median island between San Pablo Avenue and Carlson Boulevard
  3. Cutting Boulevard at #6630,
  4. Douglas Avenue at #1520
  5. Edith Street at #2303
  6. Elm Street at #1345
  7. Fairmount Avenue at: #6814, #6818, and #332 Coronado Street (on Fairmount Avenue frontage)
  8. Kearney Street at: #500 and #1600
  9. Moeser Lane at #707
  10. Potrero Avenue at: #6523, #7141 and #7806
  11. Richmond Street at #907, #1021 and #1237
  12. Roberta Drive at #8509
  13. Santa Clara Avenue at #3213 and #3225
  14. Plank Court at #7320

Street tree roots will need to be pruned at many of the sidewalk repair locations. However, 17 street trees have or will be removed at locations where the necessary root pruning would be too great to retain the health and safety of the trees. Public Works is following International Society of Arboriculture best management practices in making these determinations and will coordinate with affected property owners to replant new street trees of species suitable for each specific location, after the sidewalk repairs are completed. 

Once work begins at each of the above locations, it should be completed within two weeks. Please reference this map for all of the locations. Advance notice of the specific traffic impacts and schedule will be sent to residents who are located within the immediate vicinity of these locations. This notice will be provided by the City’s construction contractor Kerex Engineering and will include their contact information. In the meantime, if you have any general questions you can contact Gerardo Avila, the City’s Consultant Project Manager/Resident Engineer by phone at (510) 215-4322 or by email.

CONTACT US

Gerardo Avila, Project Manager and Resident Engineer, Avila Project Management    

(510) 215-4322

Email

Kerex Engineering, Inc.
City's Construction Contractor
Office: (877) 782-6730

Public Works Department
Engineering Division
(510) 215-4382
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