Residential Street Resurfacing
Residential Street Resurfacing Projects are planned annually to resurface portions of neighborhood streets. The work typically includes:
- Minor pavement reconstruction;
- Pavement grinding;
- Placing and compacting an asphalt concrete overlay;
- Adjusting manholes and valve boxes to grade
- Restoring traffic striping, legends, and markings.
Depending on funding, the annual Residential Street Resurfacing projects pave between six and twelve streets. The locations for paving are determined by the condition of the asphalt coupled with input regarding other projects happening in the near future. The city partners with our utilities to coordinate work.
Safety for the general public and the construction crews are of primary concern. Residents are encouraged to observe construction signs and reduced speed limits within construction zones. The construction teams strive to minimize impacts to residents and businesses.
If you have any questions, concerns or need special access accommodation during construction, please contact the General Services Department at (916) 727-4770, or via email at GeneralServices@citrusheights.net.
The 2021 Residential Street Resurfacing Project will begin construction mid July. City Council awarded the construction contract to Goodfellow Bros. CA LLC at the June 10, 2021 council meeting. The work includes street resurfacing for: Blowing Wind Way, Carol Ave, Celestial Way, Covewood Ct, Creekmont Way, Daly Ave, Flaming Arrow Dr, Forbs Way, Glass Slipper Way, Hatfield Ct, Maidstone Way, Picnic Ct, Scribner Ave, and Three Sisters Ct. The work also includes updates to the striping on Fair Oaks Blvd. Funding for this project comes from SB-1 and Gas Tax.
Recently Completed Projects
2019 Residential Street Resurfacing Project*
Funding: SB-1, Measure A, and Gas Tax
Awarded: Sept 2019 to Central Valley Engineering & Asphalt
Work began October 2019
Work completed June 30, 2020
Alma Mesa Way Baranga Drive
Baymore Way Bix Avenue
Carrick Court Cheval Court
Coronet Court Glenhurst Way
Graham Circle Halifax Street,
Holm Oak Way Longden Circle,
*The City did not construct a Residential Street Resurfacing Project in 2020.
Page updated on July 2, 2021.