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In 2012 Orinda voters approved Measure L, which is a ½ cent sales tax increase that provides approximately $1 million each year to fund repairs on the residential street network and in 2014 voters approved Measure J which is a $20 million General Obligation Bond for road and associated drainage infrastructure repairs.
Repair of the City's most heavily traveled roads, including Arterials, Collectors, and School Routes are funded by Gas Tax and Countywide Transportation Sales Tax Return-to-Source (RTS) funds. The 2017 City's Annual Pavement Rehabilitation project will rehabilitate one collector road (EL Nido Ranch Road) with a slurry seal and rehabilitate two School Route roads (Don Gabriel Way & El Camino Moraga) with Full Depth Reclamation (FDR). The Measure J & L Pavement Rehabilitation funding will rehabilitate 60 residential roads with FDR.
For more information please plan to attend any of the three community outreach meetings that will be held at:
Orinda City Hall in the
Sarge Littlehale Community Room
located at 22 Orinda Way
Monday, April 17th - 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Thursday, April 27th - 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Saturday, May 13th - 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
To view the list of the streets included in the 2017 Pavement Rehabilitation Project and for answers to Frequently Asked Questions and other project related information, CLICK HERE.
Construction is expected to begin in the latter half of May 2017 and the contractor has 140 days to complete the rehabilitation of the 63 roads. Please visit Public Works and Engineering Services Department Page at www.cityoforinda.org for latest information on this project.