This notice provides property owners, residents and merchants along and adjacent to Main Street in downtown, from Norcross Lane to 2nd Street with general information related to the Storm Drain Construction Project.
Work to renovate and improve downtown Oakley will begin with construction of a new Storm Drain infrastructure on Main Street. This project has to be constructed in advance of the Main Street improvement and paving project that will start later this summer/fall.
In an effort to complete the storm drain infrastructure improvement project as expeditiously as possible, while also minimizing construction impacts to the public, the construction of this project will be performed at night.
Main Street will be CLOSED to Vehicular traffic from Norcross Lane to Second Street from 9 PM to 5 AM from Sunday to Thursday nights. Pedestrian access will be provided to all properties along the project route.
Main Street will be OPEN to all vehicles and pedestrians during the day.
Construction work is scheduled to start July 17 and anticipated to be completed by September 8.
Informational message boards will be posted on Main Street at strategic locations. Please look to these signs for updated project information including working hours and dates. Nighttime traffic detours will be set up on Main Street from Norcross Lane to Second Street while work is taking place on this section of downtown. Please follow detour signs to get around the construction site at night.
“No Parking” signs will be posted 72 hours prior to the start of work. The signs will indicate the dates and times during which parking is prohibited. Cars parked within prohibited areas will be towed in order for work to progress in an effective manner. There will be flagmen and other workers directing traffic to ensure both the safe passage of all residents as well as the safety of our contractor. Please expect some delays, and choose alternate routes, if possible. Emergency Vehicle Access will be accommodated at all times.
We are taking all appropriate steps to create the least amount of disturbance to the surrounding areas while performing this important Storm Drain Project. We appreciate your consideration and cooperation in working with us to complete this project as efficiently as possible by following all construction signs, detours, and notices.
For any questions regarding the project, contact Jason Kabalin, Project Manager at (925) 625-7040.