2020 Pavement Maintenance Project

  1. Project Information - ENGLISH
  2. Información del Proyecto - ESPAÑOL

Project Overview

The fiscal year 2019-20 Annual Pavement Maintenance Project is part of the City of San Pablo’s ongoing efforts to maintain its streets and ensure safe roads for users. Every fiscal year, the City selects key areas for pavement repair, based on the pavement quality and the level of use of the street.

The 2019-20 Project will repair pavement on Dover Street, and sections of Rheem, Tyler and Bush Streets.

Dover Avenue before the Pavement Maintenance Project / Dover Avenue antes del proyecto de pavimento

Dover Avenue after the Pavement Maintenance Project / Dover Avenue después del proyecto de pavimentoImage 1 (left): Dover Avenue before the 2019-20 Annual Pavement Maintenance Project. Image 2 (right): Dover Avenue after the 2019-20 Annual Pavement Maintenance Project.

Key Project Elements

The project will include the following key elements:

  • Improving pavement condition by rehabilitating or replacing pavement
  • New striping and pavement marking
  • Replacing concrete sidewalks and dilapidated curbs and gutters
  • Improving pedestrian access through enhanced sidewalks and ADA curb ramps

 Tentative Project Schedule

  • Design and Permitting: September 2019 – May 2020
  • Construction: Fall – Winter 2020

 Project Team

  • Project Manager: Jimmy Zhou, Assistant Engineer, City of San Pablo
  • Project Design Team: City Staff
  • Project Construction Manager: Jimmy Zhou, Assistant Engineer, City of San Pablo
  • Project Construction Contractors: Ghilotti Bros., Inc.

Project Contact

If you have any questions regarding the Project, please contact Jimmy Zhou, at (510) 215-3069 or by email.

Project Funding

The total estimated cost of the 2019-20 Annual Pavement Maintenance Project is ~$1 million.

The project has been made possible through the following funding sources:

  • City Funds: $500,000
  • California Department of Transportation (Caltrans):
    • Road Maintenance and Rehabilitation Account, Senate Bill 1 (SB1): ~$520,000
    • On April 28, 2017, then Governor Brown signed Senate Bill 1 (SB1), known as the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017. SB1 was enacted to address basic road maintenance, rehabilitation, and critical safety needs on both the state highway and local streets and road system.Caltrans Logo
    • Caltrans’ mission is to provide a safe, sustainable, integrated and efficient transportation system to enhance California’s economy and livability.

For more information, check out Caltrans and SB1 website.