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Updates

10-26-18

2018 Slurry Seal Project – Measure I, CCN 2018-564

The construction for the 2018 Slurry Seal Project is now complete.  The project included dig-out repairs, patching, crack sealing, and slurry seal treatment, stripping and associated updated signage on approximately seven (7) centerline miles of streets on 34 street segments.  This light maintenance project went first into construction to use available Measure I and Senate Bill (SB) 1 funds.  

The City appreciates the community’s patience and support as the project was carried out and further pavement rehabilitation plans are continued.       

Details on the project can be found on the Project webpage here: https://www.belmont.gov/Home/Components/FacilityDirectory/FacilityDirectory/392/696

Further information on the2018 Slurry Project and City’s Street Improvement Program can be found here: www.belmont.gov/BelmontPavement

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10-5-18

 2018 Slurry Seal Project – Measure I, CCN 2018-564

Construction began August 3rd and is anticipated to be complete by October 23rd.  This light maintenance project is into construction first to use available Measure I and Senate Bill (SB) 1 funds.  Major dig out, slurry, and striping work has been completed.  The contractor will be working on punchlist items and repairs for total completion.  Traffic control will be onsite during the work. 

 

Hiller Street (between Ralston and O’Neill) will be receiving notifications around October 10th about repairing the slurry on October 17th due to an inconsistency in the slurry mix that was used. 

 

The City sent out notifications to affected residents very early this summer about the construction work.  In addition, the contractor has sent out door hangers as the scheduled work approaches.  No parking signs are also posted 24-48 hours prior to the work and should be the most up to date.  Public Works does post notifications on our project page and social media outlets as soon as we can, especially if there are any delays or changes. 

We kindly remind residents, neighbors, and all passer byers to drive around any wet slurry, wet striping, and new utility lid adjustments before it has a chance to cure to avoid diminishing the value of the slurry seal and tax dollar investment. 

 

Please contact the Belmont Police Department at 650-595-7400 immediately if any vehicles are found or driving on the wet slurry.    

For any new slurry that needs repair or other concerns, please contact the Public Works Department at 650-595-7425.   

      

More information and updates can be found on the Project webpage here: https://www.belmont.gov/Home/Components/FacilityDirectory/FacilityDirectory/392/696

Further information on the2018 Slurry Project and City’s Street Improvement Program can be found here: www.belmont.gov/BelmontPavement

9-7-18

Construction began August 3rd.  Major dig out, slurry, and striping work has been completed.  A few utility lids within the project scope are in progress of being adjusted.  The contractor may be working on some other minor items or repairs in anticipation of 2018 Slurry Project completion.  Flaggers will be onsite to maintain through traffic. 

 

The City sent out notifications to affected residents very early this summer about the construction work.  In addition, the contractor has sent out door hangers as the scheduled work approaches.  No parking signs are also posted 24-48 hours prior to the work and should be the most up to date.  Public Works does post notifications on our project page and social media outlets as soon as we can, especially if there are any delays or changes. 

We kindly remind residents, neighbors, and all passer byers to drive around any wet slurry, wet striping, and new utility lid adjustments before it has a chance to cure to avoid diminishing the value of the slurry seal and tax dollar investment. 

 

Please contact the Belmont Police Department at 650-595-7400 immediately if any vehicles are found or driving on the wet slurry.    

For any new slurry that needs repair or other concerns, please contact the Public Works Department at 650-595-7425.   

      

More information and updates can be found on the Project webpage here: https://www.belmont.gov/Home/Components/FacilityDirectory/FacilityDirectory/392/696

Further information on the2018 Slurry Project and City’s Street Improvement Program can be found here: www.belmont.gov/BelmontPavement

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 8-15-18

Due to unforeseen delays and to get residents notification, please see the updated slurry schedule below. 

 

The City sent out notifications very early this summer about the work, so the contractor sent out door hangers as the scheduled work approaches.  No parking signs are also posted 24-48 hours prior to the work and should be the most up to date.  Public Works does post notifications on our project page and social media outlets as soon as we can, especially if there are any delays or changes.  We kindly ask to remind your neighbors to drive around the new slurry before it has a chance to cure to avoid diminishing the value of the slurry seal and tax dollar investment. 

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8-14-18

Due to unforeseen delays and to get residents notification, the following streets are being rescheduled for slurry:

Davis Drive (east bound)

Comstock Circle

Kedith Street

Hiller Street

Reschedule date is to be announced. 

8-13-18

Slurry work on Wemberly Drive, Maywood Drive, and Davis Drive has been pushed to Tuesday 8/14.  No Parking Signs will contain the most updated information. 

Construction began August 3rd with dig-out work.  Dig out work is now mostly complete.  Crack sealing will follow in preparation for the slurry seal. 

Please see the slurry schedule is below. 

Note: For Hastings Drive, the even addressed side of the street will be slurried on 8/21 and the odd on 8/22. 

During slurry work, there will be street closures and no parking from 8-5pm.  However, the roadway will be opened by the contractor as soon as the seal is dry and it is safe.  Striping layout is anticipated to be installed within 24 hours after the street is opened to traffic.  Letters from the contractor will be sent and no parking signage will be posted. 

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8-9-18

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 7-30-18

     Construction is scheduled to begin at the beginning of August with dig-out work. The tentative schedule for dig outs is as follows below.  Slurry and striping work is to follow.  Streets not listed below may not have dig out work but will be slurried.

Letter from the contractor will be sent and no parking signage will be posted.

More information and updates can be found on the Project webpage here: https://www.belmont.gov/Home/Components/FacilityDirectory/FacilityDirectory/392/696

Further information on the City’s Street Improvement Program can be found here: http://belmontca.maps.arcgis.com/apps/MapSeries/index.html?appid=87990cd8543245118f4084d80f04a094

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6-29-18                                                                                                                                                                              Construction is anticipated to begin mid to late July due to obtain sufficient asphalt for the large slurry project that repairs approximately about 10% of City streets. White markings along the pavement area may be seen as part of the preparation for the project. Residents within the project limits will receive a notice from the contractor at least one week prior to the work on their street. No parking and other signage will also be posted 24-48 hours before construction. 

6-11-18                                                                                                                                                                              A preliminary notice was sent out to property owners/residents. Please see the notice here. 

11-27-17                                                                                                                                                                            A courtesy letter encouraging residents to inspect their sewer lateral and make any necessary repairs prior to the planned slurry seal work was mailed in order to avoid diminishing the value of the slurry seal and tax dollar investment.