Asphalt Overlay North County Roads
Asphalt Overlay North County Roads

2018-19 Asphalt Overlay Various North County Roads Project

Author: Public Works
Date: 9/12/2019 2:41:22 PM

The County of San Luis Obispo Department of Public Works will begin construction to repave various North County roads in the areas of Paso Robles and Templeton.


Please see attached maps for specfic locations.

AREA

ROAD

FROM

TO

 Paso Robles

 

 Estrella Road

 Airport Road

 Jardine Road

 Linne Road

 Penman Springs Road

 Geneseo Road

 Geneseo Road

 Hwy 46

 Union Road

 Geneseo Road

 Squirrel Hollow Road

 Huerhuero Creek Crossing

 Ranchita Canyon Road

 Von Dollen Road

 Cross Canyon Road

 Arbor Road

 Hwy 46 West

 Live Oak Road

 Gahan Road

 Hwy 46 West

 Paso City Limits

 River Road

 Paso Robles City Limits

 Huerhuero Creek Bridge

 Templeton

 

 Winery Road

 Vineyard Drive

 Las Tablas Road

 Las Tablas Road

 Winery Road

 Booker Road

 Grapevine Way

 Vineyard Drive

 Wine Country Place

 Wine Country Place

 Grapevine Way

 Santa Rita Road

 Santa Rita Road

 Vineyard Drive

 Plum Orchard Road

 Rolfe Lane

 Santa Rita Road

 End

 Allen Court

 Santa Rita Road

 End

 Blackburn Street

 8th Street

 6th Street

 Peacock Court

 Celestial Way

 Sunnyside Drive

 Sunnyside Way

 Peacock Court

 Peterson Ranch Road

 Rainbow Court

 Peterson Ranch Road

 End

 

Construction will begin September 2019 and is expected to be completed January 2020.

For the safety of the public, traffic will be subject to detours and will reduced to one-way controls with flaggers, as required for each phase of work. Lane closure hours will be weekdays from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Delays of up to 10 minutes are expected. Motorists are advised to adjust their travel plans in consideration of the delays and consider alternative routes. 

The roads to be resurfaced are selected from the County’s Pavement Management Plan Five Year Paving List. (Available at: http://www.slocounty.ca.gov/Departments/Public-Works/Services/Pavement-Management-Report.aspx) These roads have deteriorated to a point of requiring new pavement to be placed. Overall, 17 miles will be repaved providing a smooth, safe roadway and reduce the County’s on-going maintenance expense. 

CalPortland Construction of Santa Maria, CA has been awarded the contract for $4,822,239.35 to perform the work.  The project is funded by County Road Maintenance Funds and the Senate Bill 1 Road Maintenance and Rehabilitation Account.