Project Location: Avenue Del Oro (from Fifth St. East to Cordilleras Drive and #693 Avenue Del Oro to Appleton Way), Aureo Ct, and El Nido Ct.
Project Achievements: This project was a part of the City’s commitment to keeping the City’s streets in a safe and functional condition for multi-modal circulation, and to replacing aging water infrastructure.
Project Description:The project included water services replacement and street rehabilitation and improvements, including replacement of residential water services and related infrastructure; edge/conform grinding; dig-out and repair of localized failures prior to asphalt overlay; crack sealing; placing asphalt pavement overlay; placement of geosynthetic pavement interlayer; installation of pavement striping/markings and signing; adjusting utility structures to grade; upgrading existing curb ramps for Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance; miscellaneous concrete sidewalk and curb and gutter construction; and other related work.
Project Construction Cost: The project construction cost utilized a combination of Senate Bill 1: Road Maintenance and Rehabilitation Account funding, local Measure M sales tax revenue, and funding from the City’s Water Fund. The final construction contract cost was $542,596.34.
For additional information regarding the local Measure M sales tax, please refer to the Sonoma County Transportation Authority's website.
Project Completion/Acceptance Date: June 21, 2018
Contractor: Argonaut Constructors
City Contacts: Colleen Ferguson, Katherine Wall
Project News & Updates:
Posted on April 26, 2018 - 2017 Street Rehabilitation and Water Services Replacement Project Recommences April 30, 2018
Posted on November 27, 2017 - Update on 2017 Street Rehabilitation & Water Services Replacement Project
Posted on November 3, 2017 - Update on 2017 Street Rehabilitation Project (Ave. Del Oro)