TRAFFIC AND CONSTRUCTION ALERTS

Irrigation Pump Installation – Bubb Park, Whisman Park, Stevenson Park

Cal Elite Builders will be installing pumps for the irrigation systems at Bubb, Whisman, and Stevenson Parks.  The work includes installing pumps and underground electrical conduits.  Work began late June and will continue through September.  Portions of the lawns may be fenced off during this time.  The walkways around the parks will remain open but may be closed intermittently for safety reasons.

For more information, please contact Charlie Lapurga, Cal Elite Builders representative, at (707) 738-5573, or Vincent Chang, Associate Engineer, City of Mountain View at (650) 903-6507.

Shoreline Area Roadway Improvements

On Shoreline BOULEVARD AND On Amphitheater Pkwy

Road reconstruction work will be on-going during the weekdays through December along North Shoreline Boulevard between Charleston Road and Crittenden Lane and along Amphitheatre Parkway between Bill Graham Parkway and North Shoreline Boulevard.

A temporary pedestrian detour along Amphitheatre Parkway is in effect through October.  Pedestrians will be diverted to the north side of Amphitheatre to access Bill Graham Parkway or Shoreline Boulevard.

Temporary pedestrian access detours will be provided at the intersection of Amphitheater and Shorline while the contractor works on improvements at each corner of the intersection.

On Charleston ROAD

Road reconstruction work will be on-going during the weekdays through June 2020 along Charleston Road between Shoreline Blvd and Huff Avenue.  Construction crews will be working to remove existing landscaping, center medians, sidewalk, curb and gutters to install new access-friendly bicycle, pedestrian, bus and vehicular access in this area (see map).

Typical daytime lane closures start at 9:00 a.m. and end at 3:00 p.m.  The start time can range from 7:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. depending on the direction of traffic.  There will also be periodic street closures but these will occur only at night (9:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m.) or on weekends.

For additional information for the work along Amphitheater Parkway or North Shoreline Boulevard, please contact Chad Herrera, Hathaway Dinwiddie, Project Manager, at (408) 642-0954 or Angel Torres, Senior Civil Engineer, City of Mountain View at (650) 903-6517.

For additional information for the work along Charleston Road, please contact Tyler Molholm, Granite Construction, Project Manager, at (408) 327-7071 or Angel Torres, Senior Civil Engineer, City of Mountain View at (650) 903-6517.

IRRIGATION REPLACEMENT - SHORELINE PARK

WABO Landscape & Construction will be replacing an irrigation system at Shoreline Park.  The work includes grading, installing a new irrigation system, and turf and hydroseeding.  Work is anticipated to be completed by end of 2019.  As part of the project, a perimeter construction fence will be installed (map).  The walkways around the park will remain open during construction and may be intermittently blocked for safety reasons.  A temporary traffic control plan will be implemented to direct pedestrians and bicyclists.

For additional information, please contact WABO Landscape & Construction representative, Bonnie Krueger at (510) 741-9226, or Tasnuva Safi, Associate Engineer, City of Mountain View at (650) 903-6311.

leong drive  water and sewer main replacement project

The City of Mountain View will be replacing the water main on Leong Drive between Walker Drive and Evandale Avenue.  The City will also replace the sewer main on Leong Drive between Walker Drive and Fairchild Drive and across Moffett Boulevard from 750 Moffett Boulevard to Leong Drive.

The City awarded the construction contract to K.J. Woods, Inc.  During construction, street parking will be restricted, and sidewalks on one side of the street may be closed.  Traffic controls, closures, and detours will be implemented during various construction phases and may cause traffic delays in the area.  In order to expedite construction, longer weekday construction hours and Saturday construction may be considered.

Please remember to always use extreme caution through construction zones.  If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Public Works Department at (650) 903-6311.  We thank you for your patience and cooperation while the City continues to improve the utility infrastructure around the City.

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