Street and Sidewalk Maintenance

The Street Maintenance Division maintains the City's roads, sidewalks, and public rights-of-ways to provide for safe travel and aesthetic enhancement of the City's roadways. The Street Maintenance Division, utilizes both in-house personnel and contractual services to maintain the City's public rights-of-way. Activities include minor maintenance of the roadways, sidewalks, curbs and gutters, pavement markings/delineation, landscaped medians and parkways, street trees, street striping and signage, traffic signals, street sweeping, and bulk debris pick-up.

Citywide Street Rehabilitation Project – SLPP

Construction is complete on the Citywide Street Rehabilitation Project – SLPP.  This project will be partially funded with a Rubberized Pavement Grant sponsored by CalRecycle.  Funding from the State-Local Partnership Program (SLPP) will also be used with a matching component from Measure M and Gas Tax Funds. 

This project will include pavement and concrete improvements on Dale Avenue from the City Limits to Cerritos Avenue, Orangewood Avenue from Beach Boulevard to end, Cerritos Avenue from Magnolia Avenue to the City Limits, and Village Center Drive from Beach Boulevard to City Limits.  These roads will be rehabilitated using Rubberized Asphalt Concrete from California waste tires.  129,112 pounds of crumb rubber was used in this project, resulting in 10,759 passenger tire equivalents being recycled.

Austin Way from Cabot Way to End, Burton Way from end to end, Cabot Way from Lambert Way to Austin Way, Cabot Way from Lambert Way to end, Hampton Way from Fulton Way to Lambert Way, and Kelton Way from Hampton Way to Burton Way will also be rehabilitated with conventional asphalt as part of this project.