Street Maintenance CIP

Rehabilitation/Slurry Seal

As part of the City’s ongoing effort to maintain the quality of our roads, the Public Works Department will begin its Annual Street Rehabilitation and Slurry Seal Project, which includes sidewalk, curb and gutter and curb ramp improvements. This year the project will include public streets in the communities of University Park and Woodbridge, the Hicks Canyon and Peters Canyon bike trails, the Lakeview Senior Center and Mark Daily Park parking lots and Barranca Parkway from the San Diego Creek to Culver. Work is scheduled to begin November 2017. To see project locations, please click on the link Project Map. Before work in an area begins, affected residents and businesses will receive a Construction Notice (See Sample Notice).

Temporary “No Parking” signs will be posted 72 hours before work begins on a street. Please observe these notices as vehicles parked on a street with a posted “No Parking” sign will be towed. On the day work is underway, collector and arterial streets will have restricted traffic. Posted residential streets will have restricted parking and access may be delayed or restricted while the work is underway. Alternate parking is allowed on adjacent streets not posted with “No Parking” signs. Please note that existing parking restrictions will be enforced in the affected areas.

Trash pick up services will not be disrupted.

Work in residential neighborhoods and on local streets generally takes place Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on arterial streets from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. If weekend work on arterial streets is necessary, it will occur between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m.

New street surfaces will be ready for use several hours after application and the City will work closely with the contractor to minimize inconvenience to motorists, residents and businesses; however, delays due to temporary lane and street closures should be expected.

If you have questions or require special accommodations, please call the Project Management Hotline at 949-724-6676 or email us at slurry@cityofirvine.org.