Delayed due to the firestorm in October 2017, the City of Sonoma 2017 Street Rehabilitation and Water Services Replacement Project (project) will recommence starting April 30, 2018. This project is part of the City’s commitment to keeping the City’s streets in a safe and functional condition for multi-modal circulation, and replaced aging water infrastructure.
The City Council awarded a construction contract for this project to Argonaut Constructors, Inc. The street rehabilitation portion of this project is funded through the Sonoma County Measure M Sales Tax revenue as well as tax revenue generated from Senate Bill 1, the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017.
The remaining work for this project consists of upgrading curb ramps in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, valley gutter, street rehabilitation, and traffic striping along Avenue Del Oro (from Fifth Street East to Cordilleras Drive), Aureo Court, and El Nido Court. This project will also include trench paving along Avenue Del Oro (from #693 Avenue Del Oro to Appleton Way). Please see the project location map provided on page 2 for a visual of the project limits.
Work will take place during the day between 8:00 AM and 6:00 PM, Monday through Friday. During construction, the impacted streets will be closed to through traffic, and access will be allowed to all local residents with minimal delays. The streets will be open during mornings (before 8:00 AM), evenings (after 6:00 PM), and all day on weekends and holidays. Emergency vehicles will have continuous access to the construction area. The project is expected to be completed by May 31st, weather permitting.
Notification letters have been distributed to properties fronting each street segment regarding the project schedule, and additional notices will be distributed to inform of vehicular access and parking restrictions as needed.
Thank you for your patience as we invest in our community infrastructure. See more information about the City of Sonoma’s current and upcoming infrastructure projects, and see the 2017 Street Rehabilitation and Water Services Replacement Project page or more information and updates.