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The City of Mill Valley Department of Public Works would like to give residents advanced notice of construction projects and potential traffic delays associated with the Street and Sewer Rehabilitation Project.
This construction will require scheduled traffic delays and road closures as well as temporary parking restrictions. Road closure and traffic delay signs will be posted alerting you to traffic changes 48 hours in advance of the work.
Please note that parts of East Blithedale Ave will be impacted by this project - if you frequently use East Blithedale Ave we recommend you sign up for updates and plan alternate routes.
The following streets will receive street and/or sewer rehabilitation:
(limits are approximate)
- Mountain View Avenue from Carmelita Avenue to East Blithedale Avenue
- Elaine Avenue from Marguerite Avenue to the West End of Elaine Avenue
- Rose Avenue from Monte Vista Avenue to 1475 feet West of Dot Lane
- Locke Lane from Hilarita Avenue to Amicita Avenue
- Hamilton Drive from Rogue Moraes to the Public Safety Building
- Buena Vista Avenue from addresses 181 to 100 (sewer replacement only)
- Middle Court from Underhill Ave. to end of Middle Court
- East Blithedale Avenue from Camino Alto to Alta Vista/Elm Avenue
What is street and/or sewer rehabilitation? Street or pavement rehabilitation consists of replacing damaged roadway sections prior to placing a fresh layer of asphalt concrete, and some concrete curb and gutter replacement. Sewer rehabilitation involves trenching, cleaning, and repair of the sewer mains and storm drains. Private sewer laterals will be re-connected to the sewer main at no cost to the homeowner. Please click here to learn more.
The following streets will receive roadway stabilization (Note: Paving of Rose Avenue is planned for Summer, 2013):
- Rose Avenue neighboring address 237
- Rose Avenue neighboring address 396
What is roadway stabilization? The road stabilization methods used on Rose Avenue will involve pier and grade beam construction to provide support along the roadway edge, in addition to slight widening for fire truck access.
What is the construction schedule? The intended construction duration for all streets is from the beginning of August through November 2012. More information will be provided as it becomes available. Please check the City's News page or sign up for the Mill Valley Police Department Twitter feed for updates. Construction will generally occur between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm Monday through Friday.
Questions or comments:
- Bianca Gomez, City of Mill Valley Associate Engineer (415) 388-4033 x 115 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
- Severin Ott, Bellecci and Associates, Construction Manager (415) 590-0117.