2019 Street Resurfacing Project (Project Complete)

The 2019 Street Resurfacing Project calls for the resurfacing of five out of 24 residential neighborhoods.  In past years, the City typically would rehabilitate one to two neighborhoods every two years due to limited funding.  However, with the advent of new Measure K and SB1 funds, and by combining two years of program funding (FY18/19 and FY 19/20), this year's street resurfacing budget has grown to approximately $6 million allowing for five residential zones to be completed in one budget cycle.  Of that, $4.62 million is from Measure K funds and $1.38 million is from local funds.

​The project is divided into two work phases.  Phase I, anticipated to being in March, consists of preparing the streets by repairing potholes, sealing cracks, installing new ADA curb ramps, and limited concrete curb, gutter and valley gutter repair.  Once completed, the contractor will proceed with Phase II, providing a final pavement resurface treatment on all of the project streets.  Affected residents have received a notification from the City regarding the project schedule.  All project work is expected to be completed by the end of June.

​For information regarding the City's Street Resurfacing Program, please contact Ann James, Assistant Engineer at (925) 671-5260.

Construction Award Staff Report & Resolution
Letter to Residents - Microsurfacing
Letter to Residents - FDR
Letter to Residents - Chip Seal

​Photo Gallery

May 30, 2019 Update
The City’s contractor, MCK Services, has completed the scheduled paving work for the 2019 Street Resurfacing Project this week. This was one of the largest paving residential projects in the last 20 years, with over $5.5 million in funds, thanks to the inclusion of Measure K funding into the Street Resurfacing Program budget, the project in summary completed approximately:  

- The resurfacing of 10.6 miles of residential streets
- Resurfaced approximately 10.5% of the City’s roadway network
- Competed 62 streets in five (of 24) residential zones
- Installed over 1.3 Million square feet of new rubberized chip seal
- Approximately 16,000 tons of new asphalt concrete
- Repaired and replaced over 2,000 linear feet of curb and gutter
- Installed 16 new ADA compliant curb ramps in Sherman Acres II (RZ21)
- Installed six new ADA compliant curb ramps in Woodside Meadows (RZ11)
- Lowered and raised over 720 utility valve cans and manholes through a partnership efforts with EBMUD, CCCSD and CCWD
- Reestablished 31 iron pipe survey monuments
- Minor sidewalk and valley gutter repairs  

Remaining construction activities in the five residential zones include and final thermoplastic striping and utility adjustments.  This work is expected to be completed by June 14, 2019. 

May 24, 2019 Update

May 24

May 30, 2019


May 17, 2019 Update

May 17th

​2019 Street Resurfacing Update - May 17, 2019

​City hired contractor MCK Services has completed 100 percent of the rubberized chip seal in all five residential zones, and 80 percent of the rubberized asphalt overlay in Residential Zone (RZ) 4, RZ 11, RZ 12, and RZ 13. This week, due to rain, work was on hold from May 15 thru May 17th. Weather permitting, the rubberized asphalt overlay in the remaining RZ 21 will resume on Monday, May 20, 2019 and be completed by May 24, 2019. Residents have been notified via flyers and posted barricades.

Remaining construction activities for the resurfacing project will include: utility valve and box adjustments, final roadway striping, and project site cleanup. All work is expected to be completed by end of June.

2019 Street Resurfacing Project update - May 3rd, 2019
​Approximately 75% of the rubber chip seal and approximately 15% of the rubberized asphalt overlay work has been completed to date which also includes the pavement resurfacing of: ​• Residential Zone 4 (5 streets) and Residential Zone 11 (16 streets) ​• Application of 900 tons of rubberized asphalt overlay on (3 streets) Roberta Avenue, Soule Avenue and Beatrice Road ​​Construction activities continue with typical pavement rehabilitation method consisting of a layer of rubber chip seal, followed by a rubberized asphalt overlay.​Construction activities for the next couple of weeks focus on three Residential Zones (RZ) 12, 13 and Zone 21, including:
​​​• Application of rubberized chip: RZ 13 and RZ 21
​• Application of rubberized asphalt overlay in: RZ 13 and RZ 21 and possibly R 21. 
​All residents have been notified of the work by a hand delivered flyer.  Motor vehicles are encouraged to drive slow in the work zone, obey posted speed limits and construction signs.

Measure K dollars at work

Measure K 1

Application of rubberized chip

Application of rubberized chip

Application of rubberized asphalt overlay

Application of rubberized asphalt overlay
Artrial Collector and Residential Streets
Project Map

The City of Pleasant Hill Engineering Division establishes five-year street pavement moratorium lists to better manage the pavement degradation from the effects of utility cuts.

Street Moratorium Page