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OCR Utility Undergrounding District Project

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PROJECT OVERVIEW | UPDATES | DOCUMENTS PHOTOS MAPS |NOTIFICATION

 

UPDATES

 

11-17-17 Update

PG&E trenching finished on Masonic Way and is wrapping up on Waltermire Street. Work will move from Waltermire Street onto Old County Road with potholing and saw cutting.  Trenching will continue north on Old County Road next week.

Waltermire Street and Old County Road may be reduced to one lane of traffic with respect to the work schedule. Traffic control will be in place and flaggers will be onsite. 

11-03-17 Update 
PG&E work will be wrapping up on Masonic Way.  Work will move onto Old County Road and Waltermire Street beginning with potholing on November 6th. 

Masonic Way, Old County Road, Waltermire Street may be reduced to one lane of traffic with respect to the work schedule. Traffic control will be in place and flaggers will be onsite.


10-20-17 Update

PG&E will continue trenching work on Masonic Way until October 31st and will move on to Waltermire Street beginning November 1st. 

Masonic Way and Waltermire Street will be reduced to one lane of traffic with respect to the work schedule.  Traffic control will be in place and flaggers will be onsite.   


10-06-17 Update
PG&E completed potholing on Masonic Way.  Trenching work will begin and continue through until October 24th. After trenching work on Masonic Way, PG&E will continue on to Old County Road toward O’Neill Ave.

Masonic Way will be reduced to one lane of traffic.  Traffic control will be in place and flaggers will be onsite. 

09-29-17 Update
Service lateral work and service conversion is scheduled to begin on October 2nd from 8:00AM-4:30PM.  Masonic Way will be reduced to one lane of traffic.  Traffic control will be in place and flaggers will be onsite.  

 

09-15-17 Update
PG&E began work on September 5th with soil sampling on Masonic Way and work will continue along Old County Road to Harbor Boulevard toward the City limit.

PG&E will place door hangers in advance of work to notify properties around the affected areas.