Here are Santa Monica road closures and construction updates for the week of Aug. 22:
California Incline Bridge Replacement Project
The California Incline will be closed until Summer 2016 while construction crews demolish the existing structure and build the new bridge and roadway. Construction crews are also utilizing the current Incline closure and building the new Idaho Avenue Pedestrian Overcrossing. Motorists are advised to use Ocean Avenue (via Moomat Ahiko Way) and Lincoln Boulevard as alternate routes. For more information on this project, please contact: (888-303-6026 or email@example.com).
Wastewater Main Replacement Project
For the week of Aug. 22, the contractor will continue with the removal and replacement of sewer main pipe on Palisades P. N. between 4th Street and 7th Street. During these operations, the alley will be closed to through traffic, local access only. Should you have any questions, please contact Carlos Rosales, Project Manager (310) 458-8721 ext. 2620 or Tim Scheffer, Construction Manager (909) 376-0275.
San Vicente Pump Station Emergency Generator
For the Week of Aug. 22, No street improvement work is scheduled. Should you have any questions, please contact Carlos Rosales, Project Manager (310) 458-8721 ext. 2620
Ishihara Park (Buffer Park) Project
As part of the construction of the new Buffer Park at 2909 Exposition Blvd, ‘NO PARKING’ signs will be posted along portions of Exposition Blvd to allow for the construction of sections of new curb and gutter. In addition, the sidewalk on the eastside of Stewart St. at Exposition Blvd. and along Exposition Blvd to Dorchester Ave. will remain closed. The closure of part of the northbound bike lane on Stewart Street at the intersection of Stewart St. and Exposition Blvd will also remain in effect. Directional signage has been posted alerting pedestrians and bicyclists of the impediments caused by the construction project. For more information contact Sebastian Felbeck, Construction Manager, at (310) 434-2675.
Los Amigos Park Stormwater Harvesting And Direct Use Demonstration Project
For the week of Aug. 22, the contractor will continue with excavation in the intersection of 5th Street and Hollister Ave. for the installation of a diversion structure. Construction for the first phase of the project will begin at the intersection of 5th street and Hollister Ave. Traffic control will be installed and it is recommended to avoid 5th Street between Ocean Park Blvd. and Hollister Ave. and Hollister Ave. between 5th and 6th Streets. Hollister Ave. between 5th and 6th Streets will be closed to through traffic. Please use alternate routes. Should you have any questions, please contact Carlos Rosales, Project Manager (310) 458-8721 ext. 2620 or Scott Neumann, Construction Manager (310) 525-0683.
From Aug. 23 to 26, Street Services Crews will applying slurry seal to various City alleys beginning Aug. 23 at 7 a.m. through August 26 at 5 p.m. Slurry seal, which is partially constructed of recycled vehicle tires, is applied to the surface of a recently repaired alley. The alley will not be accessible to vehicles during this time. Parking permits have been mailed to residences affected by the closures. If you have not receive a parking permit please contact Street Services Main Office (310) 458-4991. For general project questions or concerns, please contact Allan Issagholian, Project Manager at (310) 877-3313.
Slurry Alley Locations:
Aug. 23 and 24 – 600 and 800 Block Ocean Ct, 500-700 Block 10th Ct, 200-300 Block 14th Ct, 200-300 Block 15th Ct.
Aug. 24 and 25 – 1300 9th Ct, 1300 11th Ct, 1200 Euclid Ct, 1100 15th Ct, 1000 19th Ct, 1000 20th Ct, 1400 25th Ct, 2800 Pico Pl N.
Aug. 25 and 26 – 2000 4th Ct, 2600 & 2800 & 3000 11th Ct, 2300 Pico Pl S, 2500 Pearl Pl S, 1100 Marine Pl N, 800 Hill Pl N.
Due to various factors, such as rain, we cannot guarantee a final schedule. Please contact our Project Manager, Allan Issagholian at (310) 877-3313 or Main Office at (310) 458-4991.