Annual Slurry Seal
As part of Aliso Viejo’s ongoing efforts to maintain its roadways, the City will begin its annual slurry seal project mid-April 2019 throughout different areas of the community. The work is expected to be finished mid-May. See detailed information Resident Notification – FY18-19 Slurry Seal and the Aliso Viejo 2019 Slurry Seal Map.
Glenwood Terrace Neighborhood Street Rehabilitation Project
Construction is scheduled to begin mid-April 2019 on a street rehabilitation project in the Glenwood Terrace Neighborhood. Work will include asphalt removal and replacement at major crack locations, asphalt milling along the curb line and installing a new asphalt surface. Some minor sidewalk repairs will also be completed.
Since the additional work is required, access to streets/driveways may be limited at times during construction hours. Please observe any construction information signs and temporary “No Parking” signs as they are posted. Residents will receive door hanger notices from the contractor before any work that may impact driveway access. Trash service should not be impacted by the work. The project is expected to be finished by the end of May. For more information, contact us at Public-Works@AVCity.org or 949-425-2530.
See map of the area here: Glenwood Terrace Map
County Project at Laguna Audubon Basin
OC Public Works is making repairs to the southwest facing embankment of the Laguna Audubon Basin, located next to El Toro Road and the 73. A recent geological survey revealed minor erosion within the basin’s piping. In an effort to remedy the deficiency and reinforce the basin, OC Public Works will install sheet piles at the vulnerable embankment. The work is on weekdays between 7 am and 5 pm through May 10, 2019.
All construction activity will take place within the basin; however, area motorists should expect slow-moving, construction-related traffic during working hours. OC Public Works says there won’t be an impact on residents, since there are no residential areas within close proximity to the basin. If you have questions or concerns regarding the project, call OC Public Works at 714-599-0681 or 714-559-1918.
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