Work on the first street-repair project funded by Measure K-14 in Grover Beach is scheduled to start Monday.
In November, voters approved Measure K-14, authorizing the city to issue and sell bonds to fund its long-awaited street-repair program. The total construction cost for this first phase is $899,562 which includes construction inspection and management.
Streets receiving attention in the first phase of the project include Brighton Avenue from 13th Street to Oak Park Boulevard, Nice Avenue from 12th Street to 13th Street and South Seventh Street from West Grand Avenue to Rockaway Avenue, according to a city news release. The repairs will begin Monday with waterline upgrades for Nice and Brighton avenues.
Neighborhood meetings will be held this week to inform residents of construction timing and impacts.
The construction will include the repair and rehabilitation of the streets’ pavement, repair of curbs and gutters where necessary and the construction of accessible corner ramps in some locations, according to the release. Residents should expect intermittent traffic and access disruption through January 2016.
First streets to be repaired
Here's a map showing the streets that will be repaired in the first phase of Grover Beach's Measure K-funded project, which begins Monday.