Weekly Project Updates (updated: 01/20/21)
City Projects Under Construction
Bon Air Road Bridge Replacement project
Crews are working on placing concrete for the 4 in-creek bent caps that will eventually support the bridge girders. (more information available at www.bonairbridge.com). The project is still on schedule for completion in early 2022.
Corte Alejo (Via La Paz) Storm Drain Improvements
The Contractor completed extensive pavement repair on Via Barranca and completed pavement replacement on Via La Paz. Staff is generating a punch list for contractor completion prior to the City accepting the work.
Central Pathway Connector
This week, concrete was placed for the connector path and ramp. Remaining work includes the railing and bollard. Completion is dependent on weather.
City Projects in Development
Measure B Group 3 Pavement Rehabilitation
Paving of these streets is tentatively scheduled for spring/ summer 2021. See attached project information letters send in December to all residents on affected streets (RVSD letter).
Sir Francis Drake Pavement Repair (Del Monte to Drakes Cove Road)
Paving is tentatively scheduled for spring/ summer 2021. It is likely that this work will be scheduled to occur at night and that detours will be established during those work hours. Note that current construction work on Sir Francis Drake Boulevard is part of a separate Marin County project www.upgradethedrake.com. See project information letters sent in December to residents in vicinity of work (ESFD letter and RVSD letter)
Hillview Storm Drain Improvements
The Consultant is working on plans and specifications for construction bidding package. Several conflicts with existing utilities have been identified. Staff will be working with affected utility owners to resolve prior to completing documents for bidding. The new storm drains are anticipated to be installed this spring/ summer followed by paving of the streets as part of the Measure B Group 3 project.
Doherty Drive Rule 20A Utility Undergrounding
PG&E has completed a cost estimate, which shows the construction cost will likely exceed available PG&E credits. PG&E and City staff are reviewing options for reducing project scope or securing additional funding.
Magnolia ADA improvements (Ward Street to King Street)
Staff is working with the Consultant to develop concept plans and estimates based on survey results, which showed an interest in planting and lighting in the downtown core. Construction is tentatively scheduled for late summer 2021.