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Current City Projects

 City Projects Currently Under Construction

  • PVDW/PVDN Triangle Landscaping

The Triangle re-landscaping will include installation of drought tolerant plantings and upgrades to the 9-11 Memorial flag poles. This work will take place in phases over the next several months and into the spring. The first order of work in December will be the removal of the dead sod and placement of wood chips to improve the general aesthetics. City forces will begin placement of stone edge treatment in January, with installation of drip irrigation to be performed concurrently, with this activity to be completed by the end of February. Concurrently, staff will be designing and preparing bid specifications for the installation of the electrical system for the lighting of the flags and construction of new flag pole footings/pole installation. Upon completion of installation of the stone edge treatment and irrigation, plants will be installed; this activity is anticipated to take place in March. It is anticipated the electrical and flag pole installation will be initiated in March, with all work, including final plantings to fill out the area, to be completed in April.

Construction activity has been placed on hold due to inclement weather.

  • Slurry Seal – Montemalaga Area:
    • Roy Allan Slurry Seal will be performing street rehabilitation (slurry seal and crack sealing) activity as follows:

      Slurry seal and crack sealing activity – requires road closures

      • Week of February 13th: Schedule:
        • Monday thru Wednesday - crack sealing on various streets
        • Thursday - Slurry seal on Paseo La Cresta (west end and one side from 974 to Via Fernandez) and the southbound side of Granvia Altamira (City Limit to City Limit)

  • Rectangular Rapid Flash Beacon - Southbound Palos Verdes Drive West at Via Carrillo
    Installation of rectangular rapid flashing beacons (RRFB) at the existing cross-walk on the southbound leg of Palos Verdes Drive West at Via Carrillo. This equipment will replace the existing, inoperable in-pavement flashers. The RRFB will provide driver notification of pedestrians. The RRFB will provide a visibility of up to 3,000 feet and will be visible to traffic in a queue or platoon since it can be seen over preceding vehicles.

    City Council awarded this project to PTM General Engineering Services, Inc. on January 24th. The scheduling of work is pending the pre-construction conference and procurement of material.

City Projects Under Design

  • None

Current Projects By Others

  • None

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