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Yes. Construction is an essential infrastructure service according to San Mateo County and our contractors and staff are taking all of the required precautions to ensure workers are safe. All Public Works Department major infrastructure projects like The Clean Water Program and the 25th Grade Infrastructure Project continue. Also still active are paving projects, construction of our new fire station 25, maintenance work, and the building of our new wastewater treatment plant. The Caltrans freeway project, 101 Express Lanes, returns to work in our City starting Sunday, March 29.
Yes please. We place ’no parking’ signs 72-hour before construction begins in a work zone. Note the date construction starts on the ‘no parking’ sign and please be sure to move your car by that date. If moving your vehicle off the street during construction will prove difficult, please call us at (650) 522-7300 and we will work with you to find a solution.
When the shelter in place order came out, some residents received construction notices in the mail about paving projects in their neighborhoods, those projects have been delayed by rain but will begin soon. Watch for the ‘no parking’ signs to go up in those neighborhoods in the coming weeks.
At this time, street sweeping of the downtown and other commercial areas is occurring. However, other street sweeping efforts remain paused and parking enforcement on those scheduled routes is relaxed. Once residential street sweeping returns, we will notify residents and, if you are registered for email alerts, you will begin to get regular email alerts again. We have paused the email alerts at this time.
Bookmark the Public Works Department’s project list, to see current information about projects. Pavement projects of less than two weeks don’t typically have a webpage.
Projects like the 25th Grade Separation Project and The Clean Water Program have email update lists that you can join. Click on the links for each to sign up.
We will be continuing to notify residents of upcoming work in their neighborhoods via postcards, door hangers, Nextdoor.com and through the project email lists. These notices will include contact information for residents who have questions or concerns.