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Mission Street Pavement Maintenance Project

Why this Project?

Mission Street between US 101 and State Street is one of the City’s heaviest travelled arterial streets and is in need of significant pavement maintenance to provide a safe, smooth ride. As part of the Fiscal Year 2019-B Pavement Maintenance Project, Mission Street will undergo extensive rehabilitation to upgrade access ramps to meet Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements; repair sidewalks, curbs, and gutters; replace failing traffic signal conduit; and repave the roadway. Construction will take place from early July through late September.

In addition, concrete construction on Los Olivos Street from Laguna Street to Mission Canyon Road will begin in early August - after Fiesta - and pavement replacement will begin in late September.

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What's Happening

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Construction Update: July 15

July 15, 2019 

Fire hydrant relocation work will require partial closure of De La Vina Street between Mission Street and Pedregosa Street on Tuesday, July 16 and a full street closure of the same area on Wednesday, July 17. Drivers are advised to use the detour route at Los Olivos Street during the closure.


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Construction Update: July 10

July 10, 2019 

Construction of the Mission Street Pavement Maintenance Project between the US 101 and State Street began on Monday, July 8. Granite Construction Company has saw-cut existing concrete and began relocation of a storm drain inlet at Mission and De La Vina Streets.

Next week (week of July 15), the south side of Mission Street between Bath and De La Vina Streets will begin demolition and replacements of damaged sidewalk, curb, gutter, and driveway alleys. The number 2 eastbound lane will be closed to allow room for the contractor to work, but through traffic will still be provided. Traffic coming from the freeway should avoid turning into Bath Street or De La Vina Street during this work to avoid cars backing up on Mission Street.

A fire hydrant relocation will occur on Wednesday, July 17. This work will require a water shutdown affecting water services on the 1900, 2000, and 2100 blocks of De La Vina Street (from Pedregosa to Los Olivos). Shutdown notifications to affected businesses and residents will be issued on Thursday, July 11. Shutdown duration is expected to last from 4 to 8 hours, between 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The first weekend work will occur on July 20 and 21 to finish the hardscape work. No work will occur during Fiesta week (July 29–Aug 4).


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Mission Street: Possible!

June 25, 2019 

Watch the video to find out how this comprehensive road project will rehabilitate Mission Street and Los Olivos Street in front of the Mission. It's our Mission Street: Possible.

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Last Updated: Jul 10, 2019
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