Current Street Projects
FY 2021 Streets Preventive Maintenance Project
The FY 2021 Streets Preventive Maintenance Project will be providing new roadway surfaces for various project streets throughout the City by applying a slurry seal over the existing road to prevent further deterioration. Prior to the application of the slurry seal, the Contractor will prepare each project street. This work typically includes the repair of base failures, removal of existing striping, and crack sealing. The roads will be restriped after the slurry seal has been applied. For more information, please refer to the project flyer(PDF, 1MB) and staff report.(PDF, 2MB)
Vehicles can be parked on adjacent RPP streets to the slurry seal streets the day prior and the day of the scheduled slurry sealing. City of Palo Alto Police and Parking have been notified of the project and will be provided the slurry seal application schedule. Once the slurry seal has been applied and reopened to the public, regular parking enforcements and restrictions will resume.
Contractor: Graham Contractors, Inc.
Project Manager: Young Tran
Project Engineer: Brittany Leung
Dates: June 2021 – August 2021
FY 2021 Street Resurfacing Project
The FY 2021 Street Resurfacing Project is scheduled to begin this summer. The project involves upgrading street corner ramps to meet ADA compliance, removal and replacement of damaged concrete sidewalks, curbs and gutters, and driveway aprons to meet City Standards. It also includes installation of valley gutters in the Barron Park area. After the concrete work is complete, the roadways will be milled, repaved and re-striped. Construction hours will be from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m for local/residential street and 9:00 am to 4:00 pm for Collector/Arterial streets. This work will require limited parking restrictions and driveway closures during construction. Residents will be notified if closure of their driveway is necessary. Three days before any work begins, you will see “No Parking” signs on the street restricting parking in work areas.
This project is funded by Senate Bill 1 - SB1