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City Council recently allocated funding for the resurfacing of Lincoln Avenue (Moody Street to Walker Street), Crescent Avenue (city limits to city limits), and southbound Valley View Street (Katella to south city limts).
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This project will provide these street with a new street surface, which extends the life of the existing pavement. The City of Cypress views the Annual Street Rehabilitation Project as an important Public Works project beneficial to the community. Your cooperation during all phases of construction will be necessary for the safe and successful completion of the project. Work throughout the City is scheduled to begin August 2013, beginning with concrete repairs for sidewalks, curb and gutters, and ADA curb ramps. Pavement grind and overlay is scheduled to begin August with project closeout tentatively scheduled for October 2013.
This project will use rubberized-asphalt as the main street rehabilitation method. Rubberized-asphalt is produced when crumb rubber is blended with asphalt and aggregate material under specific conditions. When appropriately used on road resurfacing projects, the rubberized-asphalt provides excellent long lasting color contrast for striping and marking and is highly skid resistant. In addition to being more durable and longer-lasting than conventional asphalt, rubberized-asphalt uses over 2,000 tires per lane mile in a 2-inch resurfacing, thereby diverting waste tires from landfills and conserving our natural resources.
On the days designated for the grind and overlay, we request that you refrain from parking on the street. All parking restrictions will be posted 48-hours in advance and door hangers will be distributed to all affected residences and businesses. Major arterial streets will be done in stages to allow for access at all times. Saturday work may also be allowed to minimize traffic disruptions along major arterial streets. Most importantly, residents and businesses should anticipate traffic detours and limited access to their homes or businesses during certain periods. Streets will be opened to traffic when the pavement has had sufficient time to cure. If all goes as planned, all streets shall be open by 5:00 p.m. each day.
For your SAFETY and the safety of your family and visitors, please stay away from equipment and construction areas. Please keep your children from harm and instruct them to stay clear of all construction activities. We appreciate your cooperation and look forward to a quick and successful project completion.
To ensure open lines of communication with businesses and residents, the City has designated a project manager and project inspector to handle all aspects of the project. To ensure quick response to your inquiries, comments, and concerns, please call:
R.J. Noble Company