Construction Update May 8, 2024

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In this issue:

  • Paving Locations and Impacts
  • Construction Photos
  • Project Overview
  • Construction Notes

Paving Locations and Impacts

[updated!] Paving operations are currently underway in the Coffey Park neighborhood. Specific dates and streets impacted are listed below.

The work on these streets will consist of grinding and removing approximately 2-3 inches of the roadway, and replacing it with new asphalt. The full length of the street will be paved unless otherwise noted. Schedule is subject to change due to weather or unforeseen circumstances.

Scheduled for Wednesday, May 8 to Monday, May 13:

  • Dennis Ln (Elwin Ln to Coffey Ln)
  • Coffey Ln (Dennis Ln to Hopper Ave)
  • Hilary Ct
  • Kona Ct
  • Espresso Ct
  • Hennessy Pl
  • Vermillion Wy
  • Crimson Ln
  • Windrose Ln
  • Elwin Ln

Scheduled for Tuesday, May 14 to Friday, May 17

  • Brandee Ln (Crimson Ln to Elwin Ln)
  • Brandee Ln (Windrose Ln to Elwin Ln)
  • Mocha Ln (Dennis Ln to Hopper Ave)
  • Kerry Ln (Brandee Ln to Hopper Ave)
  • Randon Wy
  • Rita Pl
  • Perk Pl

These streets are not listed in the sequence that they will be paved. Some day-to-day flexibility is required to accommodate unforeseen circumstances. If you have questions on when a specific street will be paved please call the project information line at (707) 385-1239.

Please note:

  • While this work is underway there will be no parking signs posted along the street. No parking hours are from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.
  • All driveways will have access at the end of each workday.
  • This work will require some lane and street closures, and possible detours.
  • Emergency vehicle access and/or resident evacuation in event of emergency will always be accommodated.
  • If you will need to use your vehicle on your street’s paving days, please park on an adjacent street.
  • There will be some periods of up to several hours where access will not be possible into or out of driveways where paving is taking place, when the surface has not cooled and hardened.
  • If you have special/urgent circumstances requiring getting your vehicle in or out of your driveway while the work is taking place, please make contact with one of the on-site inspectors and they will assist you with access.
  • Work hours are 8:00 am to 5:00 pm (lane/road closures will be in place from 8:30 am – 4:00 pm).
  • Trash/recycling collection will be accommodated via coordination with the collection service.
  • Mail and package deliveries have not been impacted by construction activities. When needed, delivery vehicles are parked away from the construction zone and mail/packages are delivered on foot.

When traveling on or near the streets being paved, please use extra caution and watch for construction crews, equipment, flaggers, and special construction/traffic signage.

Construction Photos

Applying a coat of tack oil to help the new asphalt bond to the existing surfaces
Applying a coat of tack oil to help the new asphalt bond to the existing surfaces


Performing compaction testing on the newly installed asphalt


Project Overview

The project will resurface 33-miles of residential City streets damaged following the 2017 Tubbs Fire. Two pavement treatment options will be applied to resurface the pavement on this project. One pavement treatment option will involve a mill-and-fill asphalt replacement and the other involves dig-out repairs and application of a latex-modified, high-volume traffic slurry seal treatment. The type of treatment applied to a street depends on the pavement condition of the roadway. The project will also include the installation of over 100 ADA-compliant pedestrian curb ramps.

Construction Notes

As with all large construction projects, there will be unavoidable disruptions to nearby neighbors and to motorists traveling in the area – we apologize in advance for noise, dust, lane closures, traffic delays, and any other impacts or inconveniences. When driving, walking, or biking in the area, always be aware of construction crews and equipment, flaggers, special signage, slower traffic, and rough roadways. Use an alternate route if possible, and allow for additional time to get to and from your destination.

For information about the Coffey Park and Fountaingrove Neighborhood Road Disaster Recovery Project and to ensure you are getting up-to-date project information, visit the Project web page at Please share this information with your neighbors.

If you have questions or concerns about this project, send an email to or call the project information line at (707) 385-1239.

Thank you for your patience and cooperation!