Paving on Collett Avenue off Promenade Oct. 19th & Oct. 20th
The City of Corona's Department of Water and Power (DWP) will be performing a pavement replacement job on Collett Avenue off Promenade Avenue this Friday, October 19th through Saturday, October 20th due to a large water main break last week.
In order to expedite the repair process and for safety reasons, we will be conducting a full closure of Collett Ave. between Promenade Ave. and Shenandoah Road. beginning Friday. October 19th at 7:00 a.m. The full closure of this section of road will remain in place until approximately 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 20th. The full closure will not be open to through traffic. Motorists are encouraged to view the maps and use an alternate route as designated.
The temporary, full closure of Collett Ave. between Promenade Ave. and Shenandoah Rd. will allow the contractor, Hardy and Harper, the ability to expeditiously remove the entire section of roadway needing replacement and place the needed subgrade material that was washed out during the leak. On Saturday, Hardy and Harper will place the 6” of asphalt needed to restore the area to its previous condition. A-Cone Zone will perform the street closure and necessary detours.
**PLEASE REVIEW THE STREET CLOSURE MAPS SHOWING THE PROJECT LIMITS, PAVEMENT REPLACEMENT AREA AND DESIGNATED DETOUR ROUTE **
Please be advised that traffic delays should be expected. Motorists are encouraged to use an alternate route and allow extra drive-time moving through the area.
Collett Avenue between Promenade Avenue and Shenandoah Road
Friday, October 19th and Saturday, October 20, 2018
7 a.m. to 5 p.m. – FULL CLOSURE, not open to through traffic
For questions or more information, please contact Jesse Encino, Street Maintenance Crew Leader at (951) 903-9760 or Jesse.Encino@CoronaCA.gov
We appreciate your patience and cooperation through this inconvenience. Please obey all posted construction signs, speed limits, drive safely, and do not enter the construction work zone.
Note: Construction schedules are subject to change for various reasons including but not limited to: weather conditions, unforeseen emergencies and other acts of nature.