Resurfacing of streets in West Irvine, The Colony and College Park scheduled to begin in late July 2015 and be completed by October 2015. To see project locations, please click on the link “Project Maps”.
Over the years, a combination of heavy traffic, water infiltration and aging can contribute to asphalt and concrete deterioration. As part of its ongoing effort to proactively maintain and upgrade aging City asphalt roadways and concrete infrastructure (curbs, gutters, sidewalks and access ramps), the City of Irvine Public Works Department continues to provide annual street maintenance Capital Improvement Projects (CIPs).
Concrete repairs in designated locations of The Colony and College Park were completed July 2015.
The work will be performed by a City contractor. City staff will monitor the contractor’s daily activities to ensure work is being performed to City standards.
Prior to work beginning, affected residents and businesses should receive a Street Maintenance Notice (See Sample Notice).
Temporary “No Parking” signs will be posted 72 hours prior to work commencing on any street. Please observe these notices as vehicles parked on a street with a posted “No Parking” sign will be towed. On the day of construction, 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 being performed. Alternate parking is allowed on adjacent streets not posted with “No Parking” signs.
Work activity in residential neighborhoods and local streets will generally take place Monday through Friday between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Work on arterial streets will generally occur Monday through Friday between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. If necessary, weekend work on arterial streets will also occur between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. Please note that existing parking restrictions will be enforced in the affected areas. Trash pick-up services will not be disrupted.
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.
Individuals who need more information or require special consideration may contact the Public Works Department at 949‑724-7600 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.