$8.1 M in Pavement Repairs Begin for Area Streets

Paving Repair Project
​Paving Repair Project

The Sacramento County Department of Transportation (SACDOT) has started up $8.1 million dollars in pavement repair work for 41 unincorporated area streets.  With contacts recently approved by the Board of Supervisors, project work will include: placement of rubberized or conventional asphalt overlay; installation of ADA curb ramps; roadway restriping; and, other improvements necessary to complete the overlay.  Project work is underway and will be completed by late October. “These pavement repairs will provide a smoother driving surface for thousands of commuters who are on the road every day,” said Mike Penrose, SACDOT Director. “The contracts awarded will also be a boost for the local economy.”

 Streets locations include:

Arterial and Collector Roadways
-23rd Avenue (Martin Luther King Boulevard to 44th Street)
-E. Stockton Boulevard (Stevenson Avenue to Power Inn Road)
-Hillsdale Boulevard (Walerga Road to Elkhorn Boulevard)
-Dillard Road (Riley Road to Walmort Road)

Contractor: Martin Brothers Construction, Contract Amount: $2.8 million.

Residential Streets
Dandridge Drive (French Road to Fletcher Farm Drive)
-Wilbur Way (Elsie Avenue to Gerber Road)
-Marconi Avenue (Howe Avenue to Fulton Avenue)
-Morse Avenue (Hurley Way to Arden Way)
-Neighborhood Streets: Bolivar Ave, Larry Way, Melrose Drive
-Dutch Haven Boulevard (Elverta Road to Bellingrath Drive)
-Neighborhood Streets: Manhart Wy, Rasmussen Circ, Twede Wy
-Neighborhood Streets: Bretmoor Dr, Norway Dr, Skyridge Dr
-Pecan Avenue (Pershing Avenue to Greenback Lane)
-Americana Way (Redgold Way to Rosemont Drive)
-Picture/Spartan Way (Americana Way to Rosemont Drive)
-Neighborhood Streets:  Cinnabar Ct, Premier Way, Tapestry Way
-Redgold Way (Americana Way to Rosemont Drive)
-Snowbird Way (Redgold Way to Americana Way)

Contractor: DeSilva Gates Construction, Contract Amount: $5.3 million.

Arterial and collector roadway repairs are being federally funded by the Regional Surface Transportation Program, plus local matching funds from Measure A Sales Tax proceeds.  Funding for repairs to residential streets is being provided by Gas Tax, a Community Development Block Grant with some funding provided by Sacramento Suburban Water District.

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